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In Memory

Frank Ledet

Frank Ledet

Frank Ledet         August 17, 1946 - August 19, 2010

Frank Ledet, 64, of Woodinville, WA died August 19, 2010 at Evergreen Hospital in Kirkland, WA.
Frank was born August 17, 1946 in Everett, WA.

Frank had a great passion for cooking, gardening, caring for others and spending time with his grandchildren.

He joined the Navy after graduation from Edmonds High School. After leaving the Navy, he became a letter carrier for the USPS, retiring after 30 years in 2004.

He was preceded in death by his parents Frank Sr. and Betty. Frank is survived by his wife, Liz; daughter, Kimm; sons, Todd (Kristin) and Jose "Iain" (Rebecca). Frank also leaves one sister and three brothers, Lynne, Barry, Billy and Michael. He also leaves nine grandchildren whom he loved dearly, especially Nico, with whom he had a very special bond since his birth.

The family would like to thank all the staff, nurses, doctors and everyone at Evergreen Hospital and Manor Care Home in Lynnwood for the great care and compassion they gave Frank in the last 90 days. He is now in a better place, pain-free for the first time in his whole life, and able to run, walk and dance all he wants.

Published in The Herald (Everett) from Aug. 23 to Aug. 25, 2010

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08/24/17 10:00 AM #1    

Joyce Ramsey (Jackson)

I went to visit Frank in 2008 to get a copy of the obituary for Susanne Oates that he had from the newspaper. I was trying to help Bill Fulton find information for the website. We had a very nice visit and I learned that he had joined the Navy right after High School. Got married when he was 20. He has three children, two boys and one girl. One son married with two children lives in Woodinville, WA, the other son married with six children lives in Idaho Falls, ID and his daughter lives in Kirkland. He worked for the Post Office and retired at age 57. He was living in a log cabin home on his son’s property in Woodinville. He had broken his ankle two years ago and had several surgeries in the last 20 months. He hadn't been able to walk since he broke his ankle. Frank was such a kind sweet man who loved his family and felt so fortunate that he was living so close to his son Jose and his family. His grandchildren could just walk from their house to his house to visit whenever they wanted. I remember thinking when I left his house that he had the perfect place to live.

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