Mary Jane Lillejord

October 14, 1945 - February 02, 2015

Mary Jane Lillejord

October 14, 1945 - February 02, 2015


Mary Jane was born on October 14, 1945 in Linton, North Dakota to Wendlin and Agatha Jundt.
Some things she enjoyed were camping, arts and crafts, motorcycle rides, bingo, and gatherings with her family.
Mary Jane is survived by her son Chris (Kim) Lillejord; daughter, Shannon (Aaron) MacDonald; sister, Patricia (Tom) Kennedy; brothers, Bob (Esther) Jundt and Patrick Martin; brother in law Renny (Mary) Lillejord; sister in law Marion Lillejord, five grandchildren, Kayla (Tim) Ames, Samantha Lillejord, Sarah Lillejord, Matthew MacDonald, and Cheyanne MacDonald; 3 step-grandchildren, Matthew (Aliya) Miller, Andrew Miller, and Madison Miller; great grandson, Tayson Ames; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Proceeding her in death is her husband, Jack Lillejord; brother, Victor Jundt; brother in law, Don Lillejord; and parents, Wendlin and Agatha.
Mary Jane’s family would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to the staff at Mount Baker Care Center for their loving and devoted care of their mom. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Mount Baker Care Center.

Memorial Service

  • Date & Time: Feb 16, 2015 (No Time)
  • Venue: Moles Farewell Tributes - Greenacres
  • Location: 5700 Northwest Dr Ferndale, WA 98248 - (Get Directions)

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9 responses to Mary Jane Lillejord

  1. Andi Davis says:

    I am so sorry for the loss of your mother, sadly I only learned of her passing today as I left Mt baker in May of 2014 and had lost contact with many of the people I knew there. MJ was such a special person to me, she made my days there a million times better and I could often be found hanging out with her just chit chatting and having fun. She was by far my favorite person there and I am so very sad that I didn’t keep in touch with her. Once again I am so very sorry for your loss. My deepest regards to Chris and Shannon, your mom spoke so highly of you both.

  2. Your mother was a very loving and caring woman I met her at Mount Baker Care Center when my mom was there unfortunately my my mom was only there a short while but Mart Jane was our friend and when my mom passed she was there for me i will never forget her and her beautiful smile.I will miss her.

  3. I am one of the LN at Mt Baker Care Center. MJ was aka the “Den Mom” MJ always knew what was going on at MBCC. She loved her “Seattle Seahawks” you could always count on MJ to tell you what time the game was on. When MJ was yelling “come on Seahawks” her 02 Sats were 98% on room air. I will always remember MJ’s huge heart and great concern for everybody around her. Her family was her life and she loved each and everyone of you so much! She will be greatly missed.Heaven gained the greatest Angel,
    Until we meet again,

  4. MJ had a uncanny sense of hearing. MJ and I were table mates in the dinning room at Mt Baker Care Center. She was able to know what was being said in the hall and outside the dinning room that was full of yatterings. I shall always remember her great sense of humor and good will. I know her whole family was so dedicated to MJ and were all very special too! I was with you all in spirit and missed the service due to medical issues.Sincerely with all my love,

    Doris Killian

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