Theresa Anne Blasing-Zeidell

December 15, 1940 - August 18, 2015

Theresa Anne Blasing-Zeidell

December 15, 1940 - August 18, 2015


Theresa Anne (Olson) Blasing, Zeidell passed away on Tuesday, August 18, 2015 at the age of 74. She was born on December 15, 1940 in Bellingham, WA to Loran Olson and Mildred (McCallum) Olson, Johnson.

She attended Blaine HS, received her secretarial degree at Bellingham Success Business College, and went on to work at Hewlett Packard in Palo Alto CA. Anne married Richard “Dick” Blasing in 1965. Following Dick’s early death at the young age of 50, she was married to Thomas Zeidell, who also preceded her in death.

Anne was a long time member of Grace Lutheran Church in Blaine and loved all music from the 50’s and 60’s. She was especially proud of her Elvis Presley memorabilia collection.

Survivors include her step sons; Ray (Elaine) Blasing and Robert (Karen) Blasing, both of California, and many members of her Blasing, McCallum, Olson, and Johnson families, and numerous friends.

A graveside service will take place on Wednesday, 9/2 at 2PM at Greenacres Memorial Park followed by a reception in the Chapel.

Anne’s family would like to thank the staff and caregivers at Stafholt in Blaine for their wonderful, loving care over the years.

Any memorial donations may be made to Stafholt Good Samaritan Society (456 C St. Blaine 98230).

Graveside Service

  • Date & Time: September 2, 2015 (12:00 AM)
  • Venue: Moles Farewell Tributes - Greenacres
  • Location: 5700 Northwest Dr Ferndale, WA 98248 - (Get Directions)

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2 responses to Theresa Anne Blasing-Zeidell

  1. Dear family of Anne, I enjoyed knowing Anne so much even if only for a short time, during the time she lived at Stafholt. She was such a dear friend of Ann Walter, and it was through Ann that I got to know Anne. Ann has asked me to play for Anne’s service and it is with pleasure that i can do this. Don Walter and I played at Stafholt for its residents and Anne was almost always there to hear us. After Don could no longer play, I played with two other women, The husband of one of these women was a high school classmate of Anne. The last time we played for Stafholt she thanked us and looked forward to the next time we would be at Stafholt. i loved her wit and love of Elvis, so it was fun to prepared an Elvis song for her. Marjorie Reichhardti hope this goes to the family.

  2. Anne was a lovely woman. I knew her from Stafholt, as well, as I spend time with friends who are residents there. I am so sorry for her loss and miss her so much. Godspeed, Anne.

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