Jerry Stockholm

Jerry Stockholm

Jerry passed away peacefully Feb. 28, 2016. He joined his wife Donna who passed away Sept. 1, 2015. They were married in 1957 and in love for 58 years.

Jerry was born in 1930, in California, to George and Esther Stockholm. He moved at age 11 to Whidbey Island with his parents, identical twin Norm and older brother Gordon. He grew up an islander.

Jerry attended art school and had a long, successful career as a commercial artist designing airline interiors for Boeing. In retirement, Jerry enjoyed his art, golfing and traveling.

He’s survived by sons Eric (Kari) Stockholm and Chris Stockholm; grandchildren Sydney, Mitch (Eric) Allie and Emma (Chris); and great-grandson Hudson (Allie).

Help us rejoice in Jerry’s life from 1-4 p.m. May 3, at The Farm at Swans Trail, 7301 Riverside Road in Snohomish WA

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