Coleen Mae Hussey-Delgado
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May 6, 1953 ~ April 28, 2015

Coleen passed on April 28, 2015, surrounded by family. She was born the youngest of three children in Moscow, ID to Leon and Edith Hamilton Hussey, and was raised on a dairy farm.
Coleen lived in Walla Walla, Enumclaw, and Spokane before making Vancouver, WA her home of 40 years.
Coleen's career was the restaurant business, where she co-owned or managed businesses and served clients in local establishments, such as The Alibi, Paul's, Willie's, and Orchards Tap, making lasting friendships with colleagues and customers.
She loved camping, ocean trips, crafts, games, and cooking for friends and family. And, mostly, she loved her little dachshund puppy dogs, Archie, Max, Otto, Sissy, Greta, and Shotzy.
Coleen leaves behind her her dear friend, Christopher Ingram; brother and his wife, Kip Hussey (Linda); her sister, Deborah Maher; niece, Erin Ross (Corey); nephews, Tad and Tyson Hussey, Scott Carrell, Andrew, and Patrick Maher; and her beloved grand-niece, Zoe Belle Ross.
A Celebration of Life Memorial will be held Sun., May 31, at 2 p.m., at Orchards Tap, 10514 NE Fourth Plain Blvd., Vancouver, WA.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Humane Society for SW Washington
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Published in The Columbian on May 22, 2015.
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5 entries
June 22, 2015
Oh babe, you were so much my anchor, never realized how much. Missing you so much, these words can't explain. JUST ME Good night my Love.
Chris Ingram
June 20, 2015
Gone from here, but never Ever Ever in my heart, mind, and soul. ME.
Chris Ingram
June 5, 2015
It's been a long time but you will not be forgotten. You became a little sister to the chief's mess while we were away from home and made us all feel at home. You were all class Coleen. Thank you.
Don Doocy
May 29, 2015
Missing you doll. Miss our talks and laughing times.
Billie Dougal
May 22, 2015
I miss you so much my darling, ME.
Chris ingram
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