Edith S. Adie

January 26, 1924 - August 04, 2013

Edith S. Adie

January 26, 1924 - August 04, 2013


Edith S. Adie passed away on August 4, 2013 after a brief illness. She was a beloved wife, mother and grandmother of 4.
Edith was born in Norway on January 26, 1924. She immigrated to Canada with her family at the age of 3 where she grew up in New Westminster, B.C. It was there she met her husband, Frederick Adie, whom she married on April 2, 1947 and then moved to Bellingham where she lived for 58 years. Edith was preceded in death by her husband, Fred, in 1987, after 40 years of marriage.
Edith is survived by her daughter Janice Thiel, son-in-law Jim Thiel, son David Adie, daughter-in-law Parames Adie, and grandsons Jeff and Eric Thiel, and Prabhu and Ravi Adie. She is also survived by her 2 sisters, Hilda Ibbott and Eleanor Smith, and brothers, John Vike and Harry Vike.
Edith was a wonderful mother and had a very close and loving relationship with her 4 grandsons. She was an inspiration to all of us who knew and loved her, and we feel blessed to have had her in our lives.
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A memorial service will be held Thursday, August 8, at 1 PM, at Moles Farewell Tributes, 2465 Lakeway Drive in Bellingham. Donations Information

In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to Hospice C/O Evergreen Health Foundation, 12040 N.E. 128th St. M.S. #5, Kirkland, WA. 98034-3098.

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4 responses to Edith S. Adie

  1. My deepest sympathy for Janice & David, even thought I haven’t seen you since I baby sat for you. I have seen you mother a few times over the years and loved her dearly, she was a wonderful person. All my prayer are with you and your families. Jean

  2. Jim Thiel says:

    Edith we miss you so much. You were a very special lady and will be in our thoughts forever. You raised a great family and were a wonderful grandmother and friend. Rest in Peace.

  3. Doug Ibbott says:

    I remember when Aunt Edie and Uncle Fred took me out for dinner while in the midst of graduate work at the University of Oregon a “few” years ago. I was running out of steam and Aunt Edie’s invitation over the phone was a breath of fresh air. Their kindness and encouragement gave me the impetus to complete a major project that needed a lot of energy and focus that I lacked at that moment. -a model of kindness and a loving memory!

  4. Susan Adie says:

    Dear Janice, Dave and all the family, Our deepest sympathies go out to you all and please know we are thinking of you with much love. Precious Edith will be greatly missed. She lives on in our hearts. With much love, All the Adies in Canada

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