Yolanda Marie "Lana" Schmidt

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Evergreen Memorial Gardens Funeral Chapel
1101 NE 112th Avenue
Vancouver, WA
98684
(360)-892-6060
Obituary

YOLANDA "LANA" MARIE (SHADWICK) SCHMIDT
August 31, 1955 ~ April 30, 2011

Yolanda "Lana" Marie Schmidt of Vancouver, WA, passed away on April 30, 2011. She was born to Waymon H. and Phyllis J. Shadwick and graduated from Evergreen High School in 1973.
Lana worked for Social and Health Services for many years.
She loved her family and friends, cooking, baking and traveling.
Lana is survived by her husband, Nick; son's, Jay (Kathy) McEathron of Redmond, OR and Jeremy McEathron of Los Angeles, CA; step-son, Nicholas Schmidt of Vancouver; three grandsons, Jack, Derek, and Daniel; mother, Phyllis Anderson; brothers, Ed Masters, Ray Shadwick, Norman Rea; sisters, Linda Columbus and Ruth Shadwick.
She was preceded in death by her very special dad, Robert E. Masters; father, Waymon Shadwick; step-son, Jason Schmidt; and many special friends. Two grandma's that had a very strong and special influence on her life were Esther Graves, known as "Nan" and Estelle Blaschke.
A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Sat., May 7, 2011 at the Orchards United Methodist Church.
Contributions to NW Cancer Specialists or any cancer society that does research for all cancers, Rubyredshoe Boxes (rubyredshoeboxes.com), Ray Hickey Hospice House or St. Jude Children's Hospital.
Arrangements entrusted to Evergreen Memorial Gardens.
Please sign Lana's guest book at: www.columbian.com/obits.

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Published in The Columbian on May 4, 2011
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