Lorilee Kay PAGET
1944 - 2021
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PAGET, Lorilee Kay April 25, 1944 - February 19, 2021 Lorilee was born on April 25, 1944 into the Early Dawn Dairy family in Spokane, Washington to Roy and Marie Nyholm. Lorilee graduated from Central Valley High School in Spokane Valley, WA in 1962, and then attended Seattle Pacific College (now known as Seattle Pacific University). She graduated in 1966 with a major in Elementary Education, and then went on to teach third grade at Aldercrest Elementary School in the Shoreline School District for six years. In 1966, while at SPC she met and married Joel Paget, and later got divorced in 2008. When Lorilee's first child came along, she retired from teaching to become a homemaker. From 1992 to 2009 Lorilee worked part-time at Westminster Chapel as one of the church's receptionists. The most important value in Lorilee's life was her faith and relationship with Jesus Christ. Many of us felt she lived her best life later in life, traveling the world with friends, spending time with her grandchildren and family as well as leading a Bible Study at church. Lorilee was predeceased by her parents, Roy and Marie Nyholm of Spokane, Washington. She is survived by her sister Linda Gunter (Robert Gunter) of Evanston, Illinois, her daughter, Dené Joubert (Allan Joubert) of Hayden, Idaho, her son, Jeremy Paget (Carrie Paget) of Issaquah, WA and her grandchildren, Lily Joubert, Nadine Joubert, Jace Paget and Hadley Paget, as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. A memorial service is planned for April 25, 2021 at 3 p.m. PDT. It will be streamed at www.westminster.org. To read her full obituary click here: https://bartonfuneral.com/2021/03/03/lorilee-kay-nyholm-paget/

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Published in Spokesman-Review on Mar. 14, 2021.
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