Jamie Marie Lieb Edwards


Jamie Marie Lieb Edwards

"She touched so many lives
in so many beautiful ways."

Jamie was unexpectedly taken from her family and friends on June 9, 2005. She was born in Moses Lake, Washington, on March 14, 1960, and was a graduate from Cascade High School in Everett. At the time of her passing she resided in Oak Harbor, and was employed as the bookkeeper for United Food and Commercial Workers Local #44 in Mount Vernon.
Jamie's life was a testament of giving to others. She made back-packs for underprivileged kids, was a telephone friend for seniors, and would let her beautiful hair grow long and then donate it for making wigs for cancer patients. Her most recent fundraising efforts for the "Ride for Kids" benefited the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. She loved crafts and her annual holiday craft parties were enjoyed by many. Jamie was regularly off on an adventure and she took every opportunity to explore the beauty of the outdoors and the open road. She could strike up a conversation with anyone and always did! This natural ability often developed into life long friendships. Those of us touched by Jamie's generous spirit have been richly blessed.
She leaves behind a long list of family and friends and will be missed by all for a long time to come.
A memorial celebrating Jamie's life will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., July 16, at the home of Mr. Ken Watson, 16925 Larch Way, Lynnwood, Washington.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, 302 Ridgefield Court, Asheville, NC 28806.

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Published by The Herald (Everett) on Jun. 26, 2005.
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There are not many words to describe this wonderful human being other than "Friend".Though I only knew her a short time it seems like we have known each other for years. I still see her from time to time coming into a room and filing it with laughter and joy. Many a time was there a sore stomach afterwards. I thank her family for sharing this wonderful gift with us and she will always be in my heart.
Thank you all.
Jay Watne
July 26, 2005
P.S. Thanks for bringing Ken into our lives and sharing him with us. He is a very special person. We will keep him in our lives as part of you...
Eileen Riccio
July 17, 2005
Jamie, you are a wonderful woman. Thank you so much for giving much love,laughter and spirit to all who've entered your life. You're smile and laughter are missed greatly. I am greatly relieved that it will be you greeting me at those big pearly gates someday! Rest in peace our angel.
Love, Machias
Machias Watson
July 16, 2005
Jamie - I'll always treasure the Tulip Festival trip and the craft days together. I'll never forget when we went camping together in California and got so sunburned! I dyed my hair red because I always envied yours! :) I'll miss you so much, but I'll always have the daffodils to remind me of you. Love you always...
Eileen Riccio
July 16, 2005
Jamie, I miss you and your beautiful smile.
Love, Aunt Felicia
Felicia Cochran
July 16, 2005
What a special lady you were, and the best friend. Always ready with a smile and a laugh that filled the room. You lived life to the fullest and I am so lucky to have gotten to know you these last few years. Thank you for adding so much to my life. I will miss my friend.
Erin Hazelett
July 16, 2005
Erin Hazelett
July 16, 2005
Jamie. I love and miss you so much. The trips you made to Yuma and Mexico, and the Colorado River Tour with James, your dad and I will be in my memories forever. I will miss you at all the future family reunions. I will always miss your smile, laughter and the happiness you spread around everywhere you went. All my love, Aunt Frances
Frances Franchini
July 16, 2005
Hi Jamie, miss you so much . I haven't forgotten all the things we did together. Sweet for $1.50 and remember your Volvo and Kirk. Sorry this time was it out my hands. I'm still going to see your house at Whidby Island. I know you are in good hand where you are now. I'll see you again when it is my time. Luv u cuz, Kent
Kent H. Michels
July 16, 2005
With our deepest sympathy

Lockitch, Clements and Rice, P.S.
John Hribernick
July 16, 2005
We love and miss Jamie very much!!!
Deborah & Dudley Moorhead
July 16, 2005
Janet Bogdon
July 16, 2005
John Hribernick
July 16, 2005
Jamie always seems to have a warm and pretty smile. She must have been a wonderful sister. Take care.
Teresza Thomas
July 16, 2005
No words can express how I feel for you all today. I wish time could fly by as I know it won't make it any easier but it does help heal. I am here if you need me. Love Laura
Laura Blankinship
July 16, 2005
Jamie will be missed by all of my family especialy by me. My two boys have been remembering when Jamie taught them to do bead work. I remember how she could light up a room just by walking into it and giving everyone a smile.
Stanley T. Lieb
July 16, 2005
Jamie was my youngest daughter
James B. Lieb
July 16, 2005
I will always remember the good times when you stayed with us in Portland. We will miss you.
Vince Colletti
July 16, 2005
July 11, 2005
July 11, 2005
Jamie, you will be missed by all. I am SO sorry that we didn't have more time to get to know each other. I will always have fond memories of our white water rafting trip and the rain storm you and Ken had to leave in. I am so thankful for the time we spent together at the Steak & Lobster feast on May 14, 2005, (for the PHCC auction). I will always keep your memory close to my heart. Love, Sandy
Sandy Stack
July 11, 2005
We would like to say she will be missed by us because everytime we was around her she always had a smile on her face. She is a ray of sunshine. We enjoyed haveing her on the rides with us. She will be missed and loved by us. May god rest her soul.
Eddie and Melissa Leger
July 7, 2005
To my sweet "Baby Steester",
How will I ever get along without you? The way we belly laughed until it hurt. The way we always knew what each other needed, whether a hug, a kiss or tough love. Everything we did for each other was out of love. Your caring spirit always inspired me to be a better person. I pray that my future lives up to your level of giving. Be at peace, know that you are missed and loved, especially by me.
I love you, Jer
Jerrilee Matson
July 4, 2005
I will miss you greatly and never forget our time, we did so much in such a short amount of time. flying at low altitudes, seeing as much as possible. Going to work just to relax,Now what, I'm @ an Idle and lost, Where is my sunshine? Always yours
Ken Watson
July 3, 2005
Jamie was my Sister's (Becci) dearest friend. I was heart broken to learn of her passing. She had a smile that could light up the room. She was a very kind hearted woman, always helping others. She will be missed by so many. My thoughts and prayers are with her family & friends.
Diane Landes
June 29, 2005
Though I didn't know you long, you welcomed me into your family and shared with me your many friends. I will miss you!
LeAnne Sloan
June 28, 2005
Wow. I am so sorry to hear about Jamie's passing! She was a great friend during our high school years. We cruised everywhere in her little Renault, nicknamed "Rennie." All I can say is, it looks like she lived her life in fullness, giving and loving right up until the end. It is a terrible sadness to lose her so young in life. I am very sorry to her family and close friends, you were so lucky to have shared her life. We all were. :-(

Amy Blossom
Amy (Blossom) Lacy
June 27, 2005
"Grandma don't know the words"
There are no words for this loss. I love you and miss you my friend. I will see you again, and we will laugh when we talk until we can't talk!
becci watne
June 27, 2005