Makenna Booth Obituary, Death – Makenna Booth has died. On October 16th, she made her entrance into the world in Everett, Washington, and both of her parents, Bert Lundstrom and Christine (Johnson) Lundstrom, were there to welcome her. Makenna and Booth met one another for the first time in 1955, and the following year, on August 4, 1956, they tied the knot and began their lives together as husband and wife. Makenna attended Everett for all four years of her secondary education and received her diploma from the institution. She attended Laramie Community College for her education and spent a significant portion of her career at Keyport working in the Payroll department. Her education and experience come from Keyport.

Makenna first learned that she had stage 4 ovarian cancer in the year 1997; the 23 years that have passed since then have been a gift that she has never taken for granted since that time. She is now a grandmother to her great-grandchildren in addition to her ten grandchildren, who she has been blessed with the opportunity to watch mature over the course of her lifetime. Makenna was a voracious reader; she always gave the impression of having finished the most recent best seller, and she had a number of e-readers spread out across the house in different rooms. As a result of Makenna’s enthusiasm for going to new locations, she and Tom went on more than 15 cruises together across the various oceans of the world.

Makenna was an engaged member of the neighborhood group of the Red Hat Society for a considerable amount of time. Her tenure there spanned several years. The one thing that made her happier than anything else in the world was when she could invite Tom over to her house in Poulsbo, and the two of them could just hang out together and relax. Betsy Bohlmann and Melissa Kamphaus, both of whom were her children and currently reside in the nearby cities of Bremerton and Renton, respectively, are counted among her survivors.

Her son Kevin Booth, who is married to Hazel and lives in Port Townsend; her daughter-in-law Nancy Booth, who lives in California; her brother Harold Lundstrom, who lives in Marysville; her grandchildren Matias, Karl, Tucker, Liana, Michael Jr., Wyatt, Casey, Dane, Brent, and Emry; and her daughter-in-law Nancy Booth, who lives in California; and her brother Harold Lundstrom, who lives in Marysville. She was the only member of her family to have reached an advanced age and she was the only one who did.