Carolyn Jane (Williams) Griffin

Carolyn Jane (Williams) Griffin passed away peacefully on January 24, 2018 surrounded by her loved ones.

Carrie was born on June 21, 1956 in Seattle, WA. She worked as a Senior Medical Coder for Pacific Medical Centers for over twenty years. Carrie was an enthusiastic Seattle sports fan, but the University of Washington Huskies was her favorite team. Carrie loved her friends and family fiercely. Her greatest pride came from raising her treasured son, Josh.

 

Carrie’s memory will live on in the many lives she’s impacted. She will be greatly missed but never forgotten.  

Carrie is survived by her son, Joshua Griffin, brothers, Michael (Kathy) Williams and Terry Williams, sister Kathleen Thomas, niece Kimberly Thomas, ex-husband Samuel Griffin, and several step-children and grandchildren. Carrie was preceded in death by her brother, Jeff Williams, sister, Mary Jean Ersoy, father Eugene Williams and mother Joyce Williams.

A celebration of life will be held on February 3, 2018 at 2:00 PM at Pacific Medical Center – Beacon Hill, Conference Room, 1200 12th Avenue S, Seattle, WA 98144.  Reception to follow.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in her name to Seattle Humane Society - http://www.seattlehumane.org/donate/donate-now.


 


Comments


I love you !

Regina Rogers


Our deepest sympathy. I have know Carrie over 20 years and she always had a smile for me and my boys when I came into PMC. She will be missed but never be forgotten. R.I.P. Carrie

Iris Baqui


Carrie is one of the best people I have met and I can say is a true, loving friend. Everyone that she met loved her and her great sense of humor. This obituary is very nice and she is so proud of Josh and all he has done during this very difficult time. I ️ Love you Carrie! You will forever be in my heart. Rest In Peace my friend.

Annie Hunt


My sincere condolences on your loss. May you find solace from the thought expressed at Revelation 21:4. Soon death will be no more.

Y. McBeath


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