Leanne Kim (Pallo) Parker

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Leanne Kim Parker (Pallo)

Leanne Kim Parker, 36, of Hubbard, OR, formerly of Startup, WA, passed over March 24, 2011 due to complications following a minor surgery.
She was born in Seoul, Korea on August 14, 1974.
Leanne arrived in America on February 24, 1975 to become the first daughter of Stan and Loretta Pallo.
Leanne attended the Sultan schools and graduated from Sultan High School in 1992. Following high school, she continued working at the Alpen Drive Inn in Startup where she had worked while in school. She then moved to a manufacturing job in Kirkland, WA. It was while working there that she met Dale Parker. They were married December 26, 1997. Following their marriage, they lived in Startup, Kirkland, and Ames Lake before moving to Hubbard, OR.
Leanne leaves at home her husband, Dale; and children, Andreas, Cole, and Fischer. She is also survived by her parents, Stan and Loretta Pallo; brothers David (Rhonda) and Gene; sister, Marie Eakin (Brad); and grandmother, Mary Baker; as well as Dale's parents, Jo Bastiaanse (Ken) and Clare Parker (Debbie); sister-in-law, Claudia Cook (Blair); and her very best friend, Vanessa (Erdman) Stuart.
Leanne was a wonderful, loving wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend. She is truly missed.
A gathering of friends and family to celebrate her life will be scheduled later. For those wishing to assist the boys, an account has been established at Key Bank in the name of Clare (Dale) Parker. The bank address is 3624 Pacific Highway, P.O. Box 70, Hubbard, Oregon, 97032.
Key Bank advises that to avoid confusion and assure prompt processing, it should be noted on the donation that the account to be deposited into originates in Washington.

Published in The Herald (Everett) from Apr. 3 to Apr. 4, 2011
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