JoLynn Kay Lieuallen

Born: Fri., Dec. 29, 1961
Died: Wed., Jan. 15, 2020

Celebration of Life

3:00 PM Mon., Jan. 27, 2020
Location: St. Anthony Hospital

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JoLynn Kay Lieuallen of Weston Oregon, passed away and went to be with the Lord on January 15th, 2020. She was 58 years old and is the daughter of James and Edith Lieuallen also of Weston Oregon. JoLynn was born in Pendleton Oregon, on December 29th, 1961. She grew up in Weston on the family farm, located just south of Weston on Pine Creek. She attended Weston Schools and graduated in 1980 from Weston-McEwen high school in Athena. While in school JoLynn participated in chorus and band, played basketball and volleyball, and was a standout track athlete. After high school, JoLynn earned a degree in business at the Eastern Oregon Business College. JoLynn lived the majority of her adult life in the Pendleton and Weston area. For the past 11 years she worked at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Pendleton. She loved to be outdoors and spent many summer nights camping out at family pasture (up the creek). She loved picking mushrooms, blackberries, and recently, tending to the fruit trees at the family homestead where she lived. Jolynn loved thrift shopping, crafting, canning, weaving wheat, and selling her wares at bazaars in the area. She gardened with her dad and loved family gatherings, large and small. JoLynn was an avid supporter of Weston-McEwen athletics and attended as many events as possible, especially if a niece or nephew was participating. She participated in organizing the Winter Gala in Pendleton, and the Pioneer Days Reunion in Weston. On some Saturday nights you could find her at home making homemade ice cream with her grandchildren and her 3 faithful critters that she called her babies. Kindness, Caring, Compassionate, Giving, Committed, Inspirational and Loving, are all words that describe her personality. JoLynn is survived by her parents, Jim and Edith, a brother Michael Lieuallen and his wife Malia, sister DeeAnn Lane and her husband Mark, and her youngest sister, LaShelle Lieuallen. She has two daughters, Hannah Crivellone and her husband Vito, and Rebecca Bissinger and her husband Chance. Also, grandchildren Bentley and Nora, four nieces, seven nephews, three great nieces and seven great nephews. And, her three faithful four legged companions, Bella, Zoe, and Nixie Jo. A Celebration of Life will be held at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Pendleton, on Monday January 27th., at 3:00pm. The family asks that you join them and wear something green, JoLynns favorite color. Dress casual, and come enjoy some refreshments as we share and celebrate. Remembrances can be sent to the Jolly Circle Club of Weston, ℅ Patti Reinhart, 54309 Wildhorse Rd, Weston Oregon, 97886

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Rhonda Reeser
   Posted Fri January 17, 2020
I was saddened to hear of Jolynn's untimely passing. She was a kind, beautiful woman. I enjoyed the time I spent with her back in the high school days. She always spoke so proudly of her family. May be the love of Jesus help you through this most difficult time.

Janene Morris
   Posted Fri January 17, 2020
May family and friends find comfort in their memories of JoLynn. Condolences.

Elvin & Waunita Taylor
   Posted Fri January 17, 2020
Praying for JoLynn's family

Debbie Towne Von Borstel
   Posted Sat January 18, 2020
My prayers to all of the Lieuallen family. Know that she had many friends and was a big part of our community. She left an endless amount of fond memories and will be missed be many.

Janet Sharp
   Posted Sat January 18, 2020
I enjoyed working with you and hauling your girls in the bus, then to reconnect just a couple of years ago.

Brenda Daggett
   Posted Sun January 19, 2020
So very sad. Prayers to everyone.

Kathy Townsend Bloomer
   Posted Tue January 21, 2020
My heart and prayers go out to the family. I hadn't seen JoLynn since Highschool, but she was a good person and friend. Another 👼 in Heaven

John & Jackie Bartron
   Posted Tue January 21, 2020
I’ve known the Lieuallen family for many years and have loved how they support each other. Jo exemplified this so wonderfully. She will be missed by SO many. Love & prayers to the whole Lieuallen clan!

Shannon Lannon
   Posted Tue January 21, 2020
From working at the truck stop many years ago, to taking me on my first skiing trip, seeing each other around town, to Facebook. You were always a heart warming person, with a heart of gold. You always made people feel special not matter if it had been 2 months or 2 years. God Bless you and prayers for your family.

Gwenn Fisher
   Posted Wed January 22, 2020
I'm sure she would say"Cry for me today because I'm gone, Smile for me tomorrow because I was here."
My love and prayers for all JoLynns loved ones.

Larry & Deloris Wilkins
   Posted Thu January 23, 2020
Our deepest sympathy to your family, from two of her high school co-workers at the charburger .

Cliff and Anna Janson
   Posted Mon January 27, 2020
Jim and Edith: We are so, so sorry. A friend in Hermiston sent us a copy of the Obituary and Connie O'Hara called to let us know. Wish we could be with you but don't do much long distance driving anymore, especially in the winter. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

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