Photo courtesy of Purdy & Kerr with Dawson Funeral Home

Kay Colleen Nesseth

Snohomish, Washington

Oct 29, 1953 – Nov 11, 2017 (Age 64)

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I overlooked signing my name on my message on the 17th! RIP my friend. You will certainly be missed by many.

Colleen has always been in our lives. Growing up with her made my life better. My mother and father adored Colleen. Always happy and always greeted with a huge hug. My heart breaks... You will be so missed. My heart goes out to your family I know they are hurting. Our memories will now be treasures. Much love

We are extremely saddened to hear of Kay's passing. Enjoyed meeting with her on the Snohomish Senior Center trips. Kay was way too young . We are so sorry for her family.

So sorry for your loss, Hugs to the familyWill keep you all in my prayers❤

I will keep my memories of you at the horse shows with Bob and Blair close to heart. RIP

I am so sorry to hear this sad news. So many great memories of times with Colleen and family. Horse shows and BBQ's at her beautiful home. I know life has not been easy for her in the past years, but she always had a smile and great outlook. RIP sweet lady. Prayers for your children and family. Remember the good times. We will miss you Colleen! Love...

Will miss you aunty

Colleen I will forever miss and remember you

I'm saddened by the loss of such a wonderful person. I've known collleen since I was a teenager. That smile of hers could brighten every room she walked into! She will be missed so much. Always in my prayers and even in my dreams I will never forget you colleeen. Until we meet again....and we will I'm looking forward to that great big smile of yours. I love you.

Sheri Harkinson (Stich)


Kay's Obituaries

Kay Colleen (Pownall) Nesseth, 64, was called to Heaven on November 11, 2017 at her Fairy Hill Farm in Snohomish, Washington.Colleen was born October 29, 1953 in Monroe to Robert and Joy (Rae) Pownall. She grew up primarily in Skykomish. After marrying her first husband Earl Miller, she traveled...

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