Adeline Mae Sohn "Angie" Click
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Adeline Mae "Angie" Sohn CLICK Loving wife, mother, sister, and friend Angie left this world peacefully to join in spirit her loved ones gone before her at the age of 88, in Seattle, WA on May 27, 2011. She was born Adeline Mae Sohn on October 14, 1922 in Molson, WA to Jack and Louise. After graduating from Tonasket High School in 1941 she came to the big city of Seattle. Went to college, and here she married Leslie Click November 28, 1946. Together they had three sons. Angie worked as a Legal Secretary in Court-Martials at Sand Point Navel Air Station. Retiring in 1986 she enjoyed gardening. She had the most beautiful and biggest Dalias you have ever seen. She liked to travel, cook and can her fruits and vegetables, having yard sales, and working for US Bank occasionally. She loved her cats and made room for the strays who would show up at her door step. She had a great sense of humor and her door was always open to family and friends. Angie was preceded in death by her parents, Jacob "Jack" and Louise (Lindar) Sohn, brother, Edward Sohn, husband, Leslie Click, sons Dale, and Gary Click. Angie is survived by her son Dennis Click of Seattle, WA. Sisters, Gerry Williams of Spokane, WA, Evelyn Dunn, of Seattle, WA, and her nieces, nephews and friends. Special thank you to Aegis of Shoreline for there kindness and care. At her request there will be no services. In lieu of flowers remembrances can be made to Paws, the Humane Society or an animal shelter of your choice.

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Published in The Seattle Times on Jun. 7, 2011.
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June 26, 2011
I shall forever remember dear Adeline as the wonderful caring lady that she was. Her sense of humor was so special. A visit with Adeline was always a joy to remember. Her cheerful notes will be missed by all who have been privileged to receive them.

With Admiration and Love,
Cousin "Toots"
Loleta "Toots" Haas
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