Linda Lou LEE
1959 - 2020
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LEE, Linda Lou Today our family lost a treasure in our beloved wife, mother and sister. Linda Lou Lee has been called home to Jesus and the arms of her parents and son Jacob. Born in Puyallup, Washington on Pearl Harbor day 1959, Linda was a wonderful daughter and sister. Achieving wonderful grades and excelling in sports she charmed those she knew before falling in love and giving birth to beautiful daughters Vanessa and Samantha in the 80s. After starting her 1st business she met her forever husband in the summer of 1994 and their future was set. Marrying her wonderful husband Loren adding to her family three amazing sons, Jacob, Matthew and Christopher who lovingly called her Smom. In 2004 with her now mostly adult family they moved from the west side of the state to Spokane. With her huge heart and love for her guinea pig family she started her second successful business KM'S Hayloft . Christmases and birthdays were a huge deal for her and she was generous and warm to everyone she knew. Cooking was her love language. She went every year and brought food and warm clothes directly to the homeless on the streets of Spokane. Linda is remembered by her large extended family and leaves behind her husband, five children, four grandchildren and sister Cindy. We are thankful her journey ended peacefully at home, surrounded by love and years of memories. In lieu of flowers, a donation to NAMI in Jacob Lee's name, or to Conquer Cancer in Patricia Munson's name would be a lovely memorial to our family . Rest well Linda, we miss you more with each passing day. We love you more than air.

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Published in Spokesman-Review on Jun. 28, 2020.
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July 24, 2020
You were an amazing woman and you will be missed by many. I hope your Ollie guinea pig was there to meet you.

My condolences to Loren and the rest of your family.
July 12, 2020
Linda was my best friend since kindergarden. The memories I have are a life time of love,laughter, music and more music ,tears, fear, more joy then pain you see.....we were joined together in friendship by our heart and soul....A unexplainable way we cloned each other is almost creepy. Linda found the most wonderful man and I thank God for you Loren you have no idea the difference you made in Linda's life. My husband and my precious friend Linda are with our father in heaven and I will see them both again someday. I love you Linda with everything in me. You will never be gone to me!!!!!! You live within my memories and in my heart every second of everyday. I pray for Loren and the children and grandkids that they will have peace and comfort and that God will be the guide them out of sadness and help them through life and
All that goes with it. I miss you LINDA!!!!!!!
Lori Moe
July 3, 2020
Dear Family, I never met Linda in person but I dealt with her frequently with her hat business. She was so dedicated and caring. It just breaks my heart to hear of her passing. My condolences to you all.
Judith Lainer
July 3, 2020
We appreciated the hay she secured for ten of my guinea pigs over the years. Take care family
June 29, 2020
I met Linda when my family moved back to my home town in Spanaway. We became fast friends and joined at the hip. Coffee almost every morning, daily visits, all so long ago! I miss you my sweet friend and cherish every memory of time spent with you! Hugs and love for Loren, the kids and grands!
June 29, 2020
Linda was so sweet, kind, gentle, athletic and always surrounded by her friends. I remember her from high school - upbeat, smiling, always game for anything. I am sorry for your loss - she was a joyful soul.
Liz McCollum
June 28, 2020
Linda had to be the most upbeat person I have ever known! Her infectious laugh and magnetic personality came effortlessly. Heaven truly gained an angel.
Curtis Goodwin
June 28, 2020
I send my heartfelt sympathy to Loren and to the family Loren and Linda raised.

Linda was such a creative and hard working person. I remember the hours we spent working on her KMS Hayloft website. She loved her family, home, and I know she loved her customers. I admired her for so many reasons.

She will be remembered.
She will be missed.

Lyn Zantow
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