Grethe M. Herlin | PASSAGES

Grethe M. Herlin passed away on Friday, Aug. 7, 2015 at Island Health and Rehab-ilitation on Bain-bridge Island. She was 97.

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Grethe M. Herlin

Grethe M. Herlin

Grethe M. Herlin passed away on Friday, Aug. 7, 2015 at Island Health and Rehab-ilitation on Bain-bridge Island. She was 97.

She was born on Dec. 17, 1917.

She did wonderful art as Mormor’s Art and had a bakery in Denmark. She was also a wonderful bookkeeper and writer. Grethe enjoyed playing bridge at the senior center.

Grethe is survived by her children, Lone Hansen of Poulsbo and Jorgen Erting of Napa, California; grandchildren Laura Mandracchia of Manhattan Beach, California, David Mayer of San Francisco and Nicholas Blakey of Boston, Massachusetts; and great-grandson Lincoln Mayer of San Francisco.

Services will be private.

Sign the online guest book for the family at www.cookfamilyfuneralhome.com.

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