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2208 Roosevelt Street
P.O. Box 22
Aberdeen, WA 98520
Phone: 360-532-0220
Fax: 360-532-2454
Louise Bakotich

Louise Irene Bakotich (Doll)

Friday, October 24th, 1930 - Monday, March 16th, 2020
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Louise Irene Doll Bakotich 89, a lifelong resident of Aberdeen, passed away Monday, March 16, 2020 at Grays Harbor Community Hospital, Aberdeen. She was born in Aberdeen, October24, 1930, the daughter of Harold and Ruby (Toler) Doll.
Louise was married to Pasco Bakotich in Aberdeen, March 8, 1953 and they owned and operated the Blue Eagle Tavern in South Aberdeen for many years. She had also worked for Mode O’Day for a short time and for Barnes Floral and Wynans Florist. She loved working with real and artificial flowers.
She loved and served as a volunteer at Grays Harbor Community Hospital, receiving many awards for her work and dedication. She started the Heart Support Group at the hospital. She was an avid animal lover.
Louise is survived by two sons: Pasco Bakotich III, Olympia and Douglas Braaten, in Oregon; a daughter: Shirley Dow, Mesa, Az; A brother, Larry Doll; and a daughter-in-law: Mary Helen Bakotich, Hoquiam; and many grandchildren, great grandchildren and a great-great grandchild, Delilah, as well as many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Pasco; a son: Lee (Pork) Bakotich, Dennis Braaten; a brother: Chuck Doll; and a sister: Ruby Braaten.
A celebration of her life will be held at a later time. It will be announced when that has been determined.
The family suggests memorials may be made to the North Beach PAWS, P.O. Box 962, Ocean Shores, WA 98569 or www.Northbeachpaws.org
A card of condolence with a memory or a message may be sent to the family at www.fernhillfuneral.com
Arrangements are entrusted to Twibell’s Fern Hill Funeral Home, Aberdeen.
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    aberdeen, WA 98520
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Lynda edwards

Posted at 07:45pm
I know that I have lost the best friend I'll ever have she was my third sister! For fifty years we did it all, clam digging and picking little wild blackberries and doing a million other things. When Pasco was alive we loved playing Pinochle and playing cards with him was always an adventure, he did like to win. Louise got up every morning and put her face on and got dressed, she always looked a million dollars. She was as beautiful inside as out and was kind to everyone. She loved her wonderful family, Marie and Mary were so good to her and took great care of her this last year, and she looked forward to seeing Shirley on her many visits. The last time I talked to her she said she was ready to go, she wanted to see Pasco and Denny, Ruby and the rest of her family and friends
I will miss Louise for the rest of my life and will always treasure my wonderful memories .

Lynda Edwards
 
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Marie Ross Posted at 01:59pm

You will always be a part of our family Lynda. Grandma loved you so much!! As do I. xoxo Marie
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Jeanne Foote

Posted at 06:05pm
I feel as though I’ve known Louise my entire life as she and my sister Lynda were best friends. Louise was an amazing and talented woman. She “saved” us on more than one occasion when we forgot to get boutonnières for prom night. Louise gave her time freely to volunteer at the hospital and was a pleasant and calming face in the storm for those who needed one. She was incredibly proud of her children and grand children. She was also very fun. Many rainy Saturdays were spent playing Pinochle and laughing way too much. Her kindness, nonjudgemental attitude and understanding made Louise one in a million.
My condolences to her family, her friends and her faithful companion (dog). She lived well.

Jeanne Foote
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SHIRLEY DOW

Posted at 10:34am
IT IS TRULY HARD TO LIVE WHAT I CONSIDER A LONG WAY FROM YOUR PARENTS. CAN'T JUST GET IN THE CAR AND DRIVE OVER TO CHECK ON THEM OR TO SAY HI. I GOT HOME AS OFTEN AS I COULD AND I DID GET TO BRING DELILAH AND TAYLOR TO SEE MOM IN JANUARY AND SHE THOROUGHLY ENJOYED BEING WITH US ALL. I THINK MOM HAD A PRETTY GOOD LIFE AFTER SHE MARRIED MY DAD IN 1960 (NOT 1953, O WELL). SHE BROUGHT US TOGETHER AS A FAMILY AFTER A LONG TIME OF NOT HAVING A TRUE FAMILY.
I KNOW SHE IS REALLY HAPPY NOW WHERE SHE IS BECAUSE MOST OF US KNOW SHE HAD NOT BEEN HAPPY OR HAD GOOD QUALITY OF LIFE FOR QUITE AWHILE . I KNOW THAT WAS REALLY GETTING HER DOWN. SHE IS WITH DAD AND DENNY AND HER BROTHER AND SISTER AND ALL THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS THAT PASSED BEFORE HER AND THAT HAS TO BE BETTER THAN THE WAY SHE HAD BEEN LIVING. BLESS MY SIS-IN-LAW, MARYHELEN BAKOTICH (PORK'S WIFE) FOR TAKING SUCH GOOD CARE OF HER, AND MY NIECE MARIE ROSS. YOU TWO DID SO MUCH FOR HER AND I THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART.
I AM GOING TO MISS MOM AND ESPECIALLY THE FACT THAT I COULD CALL HER FROM AS EARLY AS 4AM IF I WANTED TO CAUSE SHE WAS ALWAYS UP!!!
I LOVE YOU MOM
SHIRLEY
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