Dottie Piasecki

Lynnwood, Washington

Mar 3, 1938 – Aug 18, 2018 (Age 80)


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"Nana" March 3, 1938 - August 18, 2018 On August 18, 2018, Dottie Piasecki passed away peacefully at Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett, WA. Dottie was born and raised in Everett. She attended Everett High School, continued onto Seattle University, where she met and married...

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To my wonderful friend. I'm going to miss you and all of our good times. Especially on Christmas with your family.

Love- Victoria Antenucci

Dear Piasecki family. What an absolute shock to read of your moms passing.

Your mom and dad were my Godparents and dear friends to my parents, Jack and Margie Carroll from Donovan Street in West Seattle.

It's been so nice to reconnect with Dottie on Facebook after all these years. I was so hoping that the next time I got out to WA we could connect in person.

I wish you all strength in this very sad time. RIP Dottie.

With sincere respect,

Dottie was my neighbor 2 doors down. I miss our conversations about our yards and our little street. Our thoughts are with the family. Dottie rest in peace

Peace and love to all of Dottie's family and friends as we mourn her passing and celebrate her life.

Dottie Piasecki was a class act through and through. The matriarch of a wonderful family and a bright and professional leader in the community. Above all, she was kind, witty and wonderful to be around. May she rest in peace.

I went to school with Mrs. Piasecki's daughters Sue and Lisa but also worked at the Everett Holiday Inn. Mrs. Piasecki was so kind and always so nice to everyone. So sorry for your great loss.

Tom, Sue, Lisa & Chris,
We were so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. Our hearts & thoughts are with you.

RIP Dottie. So, when you are in heaven you'll be happy to know that YOU and all the other Angels also have "perfect pitch" from "A flat BO" (a little inside)

RIP Dottie Piasecki. Although I didn't know her, I went to school with Sue. Cherish the memories. May your family be blessed and taken care of durimg this difficult time. Sending hugs, prayers, thoughts, support and my deepest condolences.