Patty Decker passed away peacefully in her sleep on November 18, 2022, in Stanwood, Washington with family by her side. Patty was born on May 15, 1952, in Sedro-Woolley, Washington to Mary Johnson and George George.
She is survived by her Mother Mary Johnson, brother Ed (Dee) George, stepson Jim (Laura) Decker, Grandsons: Braden Decker, Colby Demorest, Crue Demorest and Grand-daughters: Shannon Beaubier, Kristin Corner, Brianne Decker, Brittany Hagen. Patti also had two Great-Grandsons: Jace Decker and Brooks Hagen, three great-Grand Daughters: Addi Beaubier, Makena Corner and Kylin Corner. She was proceeded in Death by her husband Jim Decker, Son Ryan Decker, Step-daughter Theresa Parker, Sister Cindy Anthony, Father George George, and Step-Father Tom Johnson.
Patty went to Concrete School District where she graduated with the class of 1970. She moved to Forks and married Jim Decker in 1975. Patty started working at the Quillayute Valley School District as a middle school cook in 1992 and retired in 2013.
Patty was loved by the students as she was known for being quite the “character” with not always being on her best behavior! I can’t tell you how many green sheets she was sent home with! Patty enjoyed her job and the students at school.
Patti has spent the last 8 years in Concrete, Washington living in the family home with her mother. Patty’s brother Ed and his wife Dee have been great care giver’s to Patty during these last years as Patty’s health was deteriorating.
Patty and her sister-in-law enjoyed going to the Casino, getting Pedicures, lunch dates, trips to Forks and traveling to Arizona visiting her favorite Aunt Norma and Cousins. Patty dearly loved the Seattle Mariners and Seattle Seahawks, she rarely missed a game! Patty’s grandkids have fond memories of having “Seahawk Sunday” at Grandma’s house and eating her famous Nacho Cheese Dip!
Patty will be dearly missed by her family and all who knew her. By her request, there will be no services. The family asks that you only cheer extra loud for the Seattle Mariners and the Seattle Seahawks on her behalf! Patty would love that!