- 80 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 23, 1934
- Place of birth:
Whidbey Island, Washington, United States
- Date of passing: Apr 6, 2015
- Place of passing:
University Place, Washington, United States
|Let the memory of Audrey be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved Mother, Audrey Graydon, who passed away on April 6, 2015. We will remember her forever.
"One of the first things I remember knowing about my aunt when I was a kid was that she sure did love turquoise jewelry. RIP, you will be missed!"
"One of my favorite moments with her was at the moment i saw my girls for the first time in 15 years. I stood in front of her in shock that her and my daughters were really standing there. She barked at me to tell her wich girl was wich and of course i was so taken back by her it all came out wrong even though i new selina was the red head. God bless you and rip Audrey."
"My memories of Audry were our conversations at family gathering I attended with Herb and Mary Lou. She always made me feel very welcome. I consider it a privileged to have known her. My sincere condolences to her family for their loss. Bernice Wilson"
"I also enjoyed day trips and walks with Audrey. We shared some travel stories of France and laughed at things that happened. Sincere condolences to the family, I know she will be missed dearly."
"Dear Family. I only knew Audrey a few years. We met at Puyallup Activity Center on many of the walks they offered. So enjoyed her company. We even roomed together at "Wrinkle Ranch", out of Raymond, two fun days sponsored by Senior Centers in the area. My sincerest sympathy to all who loved her."
"One of my favorite memories of Grandma is from when I was living with her. I remember her sitting at the computer in her spare room (the one I had taken over for nearly 2 years) and a telemarketer called. She got verrrry irritated that they had interrupted her dial up connection and all I heard was; her get as huffy as Audrey could get and she snapped at them and told them to "uh uh GO FLY A KITE." And she hung up.
I said "Ooooh you're very scary Grandma " she said something along the lines of "oh hush. Smart Alec." Typical
I've told that story to all of my friends over the last few years. When she passed my best friend bought me a pocket kite, with a note that said. "GO FLY A KITE" I cried so hard but it was the best thing in the world. I flew that kite today and it was the sweetest thing."
"Thoughts and prayers from the Barlow family of Cheney, WA...
(We are friends with Jay)"
"May God bless you, Audrey. You will be missed forever."
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