In Memory of Dale Jerome PAQUETTE

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Service Date:   April 27, 2013, 11:00 am

Date of Birth:   October 3, 1952

Date of Death:   April 19, 2013

Service Type:   Celebration of Life

Life Legacy:
Life Legacy: Dale Jerome Paquette aged 60 passed away on April 19th, 2013 in Kent, WA. He was born on October 3rd, 1952 in Bismarck ND. During his working life Dale was a proud elevator mechanic. Dale will be missed by his wife Joanne, his daughter Angela Marunich (Marc) his three sons: Sean, Carl (Carrie), & John, and his daughter Aimee. His mother: Imelda, brother, Dean, (Elizabeth), his five grandchildren Liam, Landyn, and Logan Marunick. Jonah and Natalie Paquette. He also left behind his bff dog, Kujo. He was also blessed with many cousins, nieces and nephews. His hobbies included fishing, camping, wood crafting, motorcycling with his son John and restoring cars. The legacy Dale left behind is one of rare conviction, integrity, selflessness, his great love for his family, his compassion for others, his hope and great faith in Jesus Christ. As the gates of heaven open to him, I know the Lord will say ,"Well done my good and faithful servant, now come and rest." Life Celebration Services was held on Saturday, April 27th, 2013 at 11:00 AM at Emanuel Reformed Baptist Church, 3752 S. 182nd St. SeaTac, WA. 98188. We will always remember his laughter & love, his strength, and his gentleness, and his joy in knowing he was going to be with Jesus.

Messages of Condolence:

"Dear Joanne and family, Marie and I were so saddened to hear about Dale's passing. He was a dandy. I remember being in wood shop together in 9th grade. He was one of the 1st to get his license and we bugged him terribly for rides. His mustangs were amazing, his laugh infectious, and sense of humor incredible. Every time we played football at HP we ended up at West Seattle emergency room because his shoulder would pop out. Our exciting trip/excursion to the ocean, the poker games, etc. What great memories!!! Its been years since we last spoke but I remember Dale like it was yesterday. Rest in piece my friend. God bless you and your family. "
- Bob and Marie Russell

"Dearest SIS & FAMILY, so many fun stories of pick of pocket....one that stands out was the time joanne and dale and I we're in his orange pick up driving with radio on... it was Beatles! We were at stop light and we got out of pickup and started to dance and sing to the song....crazy times and fun....We miss and love you Dale so much, one day soon we'll all see you soon in heaven singing and dancing to our lord Jesus! ! Asking GOD to give you Sissy and family and friend's comfort and Jesus peace! Love you all! "
- Carolann murray Harpole

"Bob & Marie Russell, thank you for your condolences and for leaving some of your memories of Dale. Our children will get a kick out of the football games ending in a trip to ER. A funny guy he was. We all miss him dearly. "
- Joanne Paquette

"Dale, there isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of you. You're always on my mind and in my heart. Hearing a song, a certain smell, your smile and laughter that was so contagious. Its hard to believe you are really gone. The tears are ever flowing and I ask God to give me grace just for today. It's so painful to see our children heart broken. There was so much they had planned in their lives with you included. I'm doing my best to be strong for them. You were always the pillar of strength in this family. Such a great loos without you. I know you are home and I can only imagine what it is like in heaven, face to face with Jesus. Don't forget to meet me when I get there. :) Love you forever & eternity! "
- Mrs. Dale Paquette

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