Heidi Evelyn Manion, age 59, passed away January 25, 2023 in Mount Vernon following an extended illness. She was born June 10, 1963 in Arlington, WA to Niles “Sonny” and Esther (Wardell) Jordan. She married Timothy “Tim” Manion on May 14, 1994.
Heidi graduated from SWHS (1981) and Skagit Valley College with a paralegal degree. Sports were an important part of Heidi’s life especially baseball and playing tennis; 4 years with the Cubs and 2 years as a Cardinal. Heidi enjoyed sewing and crafting; gifting many of her creations. She was an excellent cook and took great pride in hosting large family gatherings. Numerous people were fortunate to receive dozens of Heidi’s famous Christmas cookies. Heidi was very social; never forgetting a name, a face or a piece of information. As her health declined, Facebook was invaluable to her ability to remain connected.
Heidi is survived by her husband, Tim of Sedro-Woolley; children, Troy Manion, Annie (Chris) Draper, and Steven Manion; sister, Shauna Jordan; niece, Elizabeth Oiness, as well as her beloved dog, Charlie. She was preceded in death by her parents and son, Levi Manion.
Graveside Services will be held Friday, Feb. 3, 1pm at Union Cemetery in Sedro-Woolley. Share memories of Heidi and sign the online guest register.
Tim & Shauna , family 💕
Heidi was such a joy ❣️I loved her personality , her humor was the best❣️So Happy I was able to connect with her on Fb & be in touch . The love she had for her family esp her Dad was evident 😇 I felt so bad for all her health issues she had to live with over her years . She is now free of all her earthly hurts & will be that Angel on your shoulders 😇Your all in my thoughts & prayers 🙏🙏🙏🙏
I found Joy in Heidi when I finally got to meet and enjoy her company. She was a special kind of person with a giving heart. She will be missed in this broken world by more than are realized. May her journey with Jesus be among her best.
i miss you mom so much. i will miss the times we stayed up all night shopping and making cookies
So sorry for your loss, Tim. Heidi was always so friendly and caring. She never forgot anyone.