Linda Lee Pratt

October 22, 1948 - October 03, 2017

Linda Lee Pratt

October 22, 1948 - October 03, 2017


Linda Lee Pratt, 68, Blaine resident, passed away Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017 at St. Joseph Hospital in Bellingham, WA.

Linda was born on October 22nd, 1948 in Kirkland, WA to Roger and Katherine (Albraum) Roth. Linda was a native of Bothell, WA and entered at Washington School for the Deaf in Vancouver, WA in 1954. Linda was involved in activities: Liberty Society, Girl’s Dormitory Council, Girl Scouts and sports: bowling, track and volleyball. Linda graduated high school in 1968. She attended at Gallaudet University in Washington DC for a year.

Linda used to work for postal service for a short time. She once signed up for florist school as she wanted to work in a flower shop, but she was allergic to flowers. Linda was a full-time housewife.

Linda is survived by her husband of 15 years, Donald Pratt of Blaine,WA; her son William Dionne of Surrey, BC; her brother James Roth Sr. of Grapevine,WA (Stretch Island); and Nephews Jimmy Roth Jr., Robert, Travis, Steven, Christopher and Nieces Vanessa Roth and Heidi (Roth) Shepherd, Great Nieces Emma, Ava, Layla, and Rogue; Great Nephew Taylor Roth. Linda was preceded in death by her brother Ronald Edward Roth and her parents.

Linda was a beloved wife, devoted mother and a favorite Aunt. She loved traveling, camping, walking with her dog and crafting. She loved to bake Christmas goodies for her family members. She also loved to do research on her family lineage. Her beautiful smile, infectious laugh, and hugs will be missed forever.

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9 responses to Linda Lee Pratt

  1. Vanessa Roth says:

    You were a wonderful Aunt, always there with a hug and a smile. You filled a room with joy. You were so thoughtful and kind. You bought my first diary when I was a young girl and a couch for my first apartment. You were the type of Aunt I can only hope to be to my nieces. Your family and friends meant the world to you and we loved you beyond measure in return. I will always cherish our memories. You were an integral part of my life and you will be forever missed. I love you.

  2. Betty Bocock says:

    I’m going to really miss your big smiles and the twinkle in your eyes . You were always so kind and cheerful and I always looked forward to seeing and visiting you . You will be greatly missed .

  3. June Hewko says:

    I met Linda 22 years ago, Linda was an incredibly lovely lady, and I remember her contagious smile and extremely cute giggle. It was wonderful to enjoy her Christmas baking and the crafts she made. Linda always spoiled us, perhaps because she wanted to spoil William so much and we got to benefit all that when he lived with us. We had many good years of fun moments with Linda and William. She was very missed by all her friends and Family in BC when she moved back to Washington.Linda will be missed very deeply by William, and me.
    Rest in Pease

    June Hewko

  4. I will miss the times we spent watching all types movies with my mom she never not smile she always smiled she never hated anyone I will miss my mother she was the best mother I could ever had I will love u 4rver rest in heaven mom ur son William Dionne

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