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Gayle Sterling-Johnson

Gayle STERLING - JOHNSON Much to soon Gayle left this world for Heavily pursuits on February 5, 2011. Her family and friends will miss her dearly. Born in Renton on April 30, 1956, she preceded through the Renton School system. In Fred Nelson Middle school she was one of the first female student body presidents. Her high school years were spent at Lindbergh High School graduating in 1974. After vocational classes she accepted employment in various bookkeeping and accounting endeavors. Working for the City of Missoula, Montana she met her husband to be, Dean. Gayle had a compassionate personality, which she shared with many friends and some less fortunate acquaintances. She could be counted on for assistance to young and old alike and seemed to draw love in return for her actions. She was the most understanding, caring and loving person you will ever meet. Always welcoming anyone, even strangers, with open arms and an open heart. She was a "rock" for so many people in her life, always being there for advice or a shoulder to cry on. She saw the best in every single person she met, always trying to help whenever it was needed.She enjoyed family dinners, travel, time with friends and particularly yearly summer visits to Lake Chelan in eastern Washington. She is survived by her beloved husband Dean Johnson, daughters Chelsea and Karly, mother and father Joyce and John Sterling and brothers Robert Sterling and wife Susan and John Sterling Jr. and many, many lifelong friends. Gayle, this old world has lost a great one and we know the "beyond" will be better for your recent entry. A memorial gathering will be held at 3:00 P.M. at the residence of Karen Scott, 18026 124 th Avenue S.E. Renton, WA 98058
Published in The Seattle Times on Feb. 11, 2011
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