Lucille Kathryn Fleischmann
1929 - 2021
Lucille Kathryn Fleischmann
June 2, 1929 - November 2, 2021
Tacoma, Washington - Lucille was born and died in Tacoma,but lived most of her adult life on Wollochet Bay. She worked for Rhodes Department Store and Hunt & Mottet Company. Lucille attended Sacred Heart and Holy Rosary Schools, and Aquinas Academy (where she was chosen queen of Miss Aquinas Day 1947). Lucille was an avid skier into her 70's. She traveled extensively. Walked Daily including hundreds of Volksmarches. Lucille was preceded in death by her parents, Leonard & Pauline Fleischmann, her longtime companion Ron Christensen, sisters & brothers in law: Eileen & Bob Hines, Betty & Bert Troup, Phyllis & Bill Wolfe, brother Leonard Fleischmann, and nephew Matt Hines. She is survived by her sister in law: Dorothy Fleischmann. She is also survived by nieces and nephews: Jayne Schraw, Mary Hines Clement, Barbra Masri, John Troup, Kathy Greenberg, Mary Nordi, Carol Troup, Joe Fleischmann, Tom Fleischmann, Tim Fleischmann, Jean Czuba, Anna Wolfenbarger, Kathleen Wolfe, Patty Greenwood. A memorial is planned for spring of 2022.

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Our Aunt Lucille was the "Mary Tyler Moore" of the Fleischmann family! A strong, career-oriented independent working woman. She and her partner, Ron, lived such an active life while together, winter skiing in Europe, walking everywhere and hanging out on Wollochet Bay in their waterfront home. We hold those early memories and also those of her recent years in our hearts! She was truly amazing.
Mary (Hines) Clement
December 8, 2021
So sorry to hear this. My mom (Cindy Christensen/Bonney) used to visit her often but couldn´t due to Covid lately. I´ll always remember Aunt Lucy fondly. Hope she´s back with Ron and my grandparents.
Kristin Bonney
December 6, 2021
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