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  • Born on May 2, 1964 in Winlock, Washington, United States.
  • Passed away on January 24, 2019 in Enumclaw, Washington, United States.



Wendy (Olson) Jungers, born May 2nd, 1964 to Stewart and Betty Olson of Winlock (Now deceased), passed to her heavenly father on January 24th, 2019 after a brief battle with breast cancer. She is survived by her husband Jim; her children, Rachel (Dan) White, Michael and Rebecca; her siblings Leonard (Libby), David (Gayle), Jerry (Irene) Tricia (Ed) and Sherry (Brad), Mother-in-law Nettie Jungers, and sister-in-law Tracy (Troy) Olney. Memorial Services are scheduled for Saturday, February 9th, 10am at The Embassy Suites Seatac, 15920 W Valley Hwy Seattle, WA. Donations in lieu of flowers may be sent to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, P.O. Box 19023, Seattle WA 98109-1023.  Checks may be made payable to SCCA with indication that they are in memory of Wendy. Or, call (206) 606-2070 or (877) 308-3117 to make a donation by phone.To make an online donation, please visit https://secure.seattlecca.org/


For the service, we have blocked some rooms at a rate of $109 plus tax at the Embassy. If you would like to book a room for the memorial service, please see the following:

Group code is: 7WJ

Individuals can make their reservations by any of the following:

1)      1-800-Embassy (1-800-362-2779)

2)      Reference group code above.

Or by using the booking link:

https://secure3.hilton.com/en_US/es/reservation/bo...

**Please note, the entire URL must be copied and pasted for it to work properly**

Group cut-off date is:  2/6/19



We will continue remembrance of Wendy at an open house, hosted by Kelly and Mark Schenfeld, at 4218 47th St SE, Auburn, WA. All are encouraged to attend. We will begin this after event at approximately 1:30pm - 2:00pm, food and drinks will be provided. This event has no end time, come when you can.

Posted by Jeffrey Matson on 12th February 2019
Dear Jim and kids, My thoughts and prays go out to you all. I did not know all of the wonderful parts of Wendy that you did. She certainly was a fun,happy, loving, and caring lady. I will miss her,and am so sorry I couldn't make it to her service on Saturday. Jeffrey Matson
Posted by Tammy Coleman-Brittain on 8th February 2019
We send our condolences to you Jim and your family, Wendy was one of the nicest, sweetest person I had the pleasure of knowing, she will be missed. Prayers, Tammy and Austin
Posted by Jan Demmon on 2nd February 2019
Dear Jim, I am so glad I found this page. I have savored each of the pictures you have shared of Wendy and your family. I especially was glad to see all the smiles in the pictures of your trip to Europe. I have so many rich memories of all the hours we spent together last year...first with Sierra and then with Teri. You brought us much joy. My thoughts have been with you often these last few months. Just know you will continue to be remembered and loved. Jan Demmon
Posted by Gary McGee on 31st January 2019
My dear cousin, I will look for you in Heaven. Gary A. McGee, Portage, Indiana.
Posted by Muriel Corcoran on 30th January 2019
I'm so sorry, and am constantly thinking of all of you that loved Wendy so much. I wish I had known her better, but I know she was very special because of all I've heard about her. Please know you are in my thoughts and heart. With deep sympathy, Muriel
Posted by Jani Swift on 30th January 2019
We send our condolences to your family and friends. Wendy was a very sweet person and very caring. Prayers for you all too. You all have an angel watching over you now. Jani May Swift and Ariel Lunsford
Posted by William Schoentrup on 29th January 2019
We send our condolences to your family. Our prayers and love to Wendy and her Family, Bill and Sherrie Schoentrup.
Posted by Susie Hauck on 29th January 2019
Family of Wendy, we will always hold her in our heart. This woman was very special is so many ways. We send our condolences to your family. Hugs and prayers , Susie and Dwight Hauck

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