Geri V. Fairchild obituary photo
 
In Memory of

Geri V. Fairchild

February 21, 1948 - December 5, 2017

Obituary


Geri (Viola) Vahl Fairchild

Born in Omaha, Nebraska on February 21, 1948. Died from cancer on December 5, 2017, at age 69 in Sammamish, Washington. Graduated in 1966 from Omaha Central High School and 1970 from the U. of Nebraska/Lincoln. Married Roger Fairchild in October 1970. Three children: Michael, Anne and Sarah M.D.

"What I will miss" (imitating Nora Ephron) from Geri:
My family;
My dog Chaucer;
My grand dog Cedar;
My best friend Jeanne Witherspoon;
Thanksgiving;
John Sandford books;
Newspapers;
Awesome Alliteration Always;
Seattle Mariners (yes, truly);
Dave Sims and Mike...

Geri (Viola) Vahl Fairchild

Born in Omaha, Nebraska on February 21, 1948. Died from cancer on December 5, 2017, at age 69 in Sammamish, Washington. Graduated in 1966 from Omaha Central High School and 1970 from the U. of Nebraska/Lincoln. Married Roger Fairchild in October 1970. Three children: Michael, Anne and Sarah M.D.

"What I will miss" (imitating Nora Ephron) from Geri:
My family;
My dog Chaucer;
My grand dog Cedar;
My best friend Jeanne Witherspoon;
Thanksgiving;
John Sandford books;
Newspapers;
Awesome Alliteration Always;
Seattle Mariners (yes, truly);
Dave Sims and Mike Blowers from Root Sports;
Michael's Christmas peanut brittle (thanks Ted);
Cannon Beach (thanks Elinor, Kristi and Mike);
Doris' dedication and hospitality;
Peggy and Ken's fun and friendship;
Neighborhood parties (thanks Stephanie, Karen, Ann);
Stephanie's flower baskets;
Alan's lawn;
Ebright Park (thanks Suzi);
The perfect daughter-in-law Megan and perfect sons-in-law Karl and Mike;
The cutest, funniest toddlers, Brayden and Knox;
The sweetest, most charming baby, Thomas Vance;
Roger's energy and optimism;
Michael's phone calls on his way home from Microsoft;
Anne's wit and funny stories;
Sarah's nurturing;
Chaucer's alertness;
Thank you to my most wonderful family for everything. I had a great run.

Services on Sunday, December 17, 11:00am, at Sunset Hills Memorial Park, Bellevue, Washington. Remembrances welcomed at Seattle Humane.