Sharyn Thimmesch

Sharyn Mae Thimmesch, 75, died July 25, 2018, in Federal Way, Washington.

Sharyn Mae Thimmesch, 75, died July 25, 2018, in Federal Way, Washington.

She was born May 7, 11943, in Tacoma, was raised in Enumclaw and was a 1961 graduate of Enumclaw High School. She moved to the Skyway area following high school, married John Thimmesch on Sept. 3, 1966, and they built a home on Lake Holm near Auburn where they lived for 44 years. She worked 38 years for Boeing where she was a flight test supervisor. She enjoyed traveling to far-off places, boating on Puget Sound and fishing for salmon. She was a Master Gardener, a member of t he Enumclaw Garden Club and a former member of St. Barbara Catholic Church in Black Diamond.

She is survived by husband John Thimmesch of Auburn and twin sister Karyn Jacobs (Jim) of Palm Coast, Florida. She was preceded in death by sister Nancy Ely in January 2017.

A graveside service is planned for 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 3, at Evergreen Memorial Park, followed by a memorial service at 11 a.m. at Weeks’ Funeral Home in Buckley.

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