- About Us
On July 26, 2018 Heaven had no idea about the most amazing gift that was heading its way. Karrie Renee Robertson was born January 14th 1961 to Les and Myrna Robertson in Seattle, Wa. Karrie joined big sisters Kim, Kelly and later little sister Michele.
From the beginning we knew we had a special one. She was a very adventurous, fearless, and happy child. She grew up in the Seattle area before moving to Cashmere the summer of 8th grade. She played basketball and track, which she loved. She then moved to Auburn to finish high school. Karrie worked at Spencer Aircraft, Kerry Spice, and Northwest Center . Her career centered around accounts receivable and payable positions. Karrie was a loyal employee. She took her job seriously and excelled at it .
Karrie had a Zest for life . Outside of working her butt off, she loved playing softball, bowling, fishing, and partying. Karrie would light up the room when she stepped into it with her crazy "DOOT DOO DOO DOOO!" cheer. Karrie had an unexplainable presence about her. She was your best friend and best secret keeper. She had a gift of compassion and crazy ideas (that she would bug you about until you finally gave in).
Karrie was loving, caring, and would give you the shirt off her back. Family and friends were her life. Karrie has friendship's that go back decades, and she made time for every single one. A day didn't go by without Karrie adding sunshine to someone's day.
Karrie will be greatly missed by her mother Myrna Miller; Sister's Kim (Kevin fish) Kelly (Scott) Wehmeyer, Michele Stutzman; nieces and nephews Kirk (Kelsey) Fish, Kris (Karla) Fish, Keith (Jackie) Fish, Ian (Meredith) Wehmeyer, Lindsey (Coby) Weidenbach, Adam Stutzman , and our honorary sister Cori Peterson. Karrie also has 7 Great Nieces and Nephews, that she loved dearly, and an abundance of dear friends.
Karrie is preceded in death by her father Les Robertson.
Please share memories of Karrie on the guestbook at www.emmickfunerals.com
Arrangements Entrusted to Emmick Family Funeral Home - West Seattle