Lemley Chapel
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All of Skagit County Since 1935
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Sedro-Woolley, WA
Hermine Moeller Memorial
Hermine Moeller Memorial

Hermine Moeller

Hermine Moeller

Friday, January 5th, 2018

In her 89th year, Hermine Moeller, a long-time Burlington resident passed away on Sunday, December 31, 2017. Hermine was born on October 28, 1928 in Simbach, Germany. Hermine married Dennis Moeller and moved to the United States in 1958.

For many years Hermine worked in Dietary Services as Cafeteria Manager at Skagit Valley Hospital. She enjoyed traveling and sports, especially professional baseball and hockey. One of her special baseball memories was that of a spirited conversation of her favorite team, the Cincinnati Reds, with Pete Rose at the Corn Maze near Conway. Hermine enjoyed talking sports, including the past, present and future of most any professional team and would regularly engage what were complete strangers into her reminisces of their favorite teams and those strangers would quickly become friends.

Hermine is survived by her brothers, Erwin Speckbacher, of Mettenheim, Germany, Hermann (Ilse) Speckbacher, of Munich, Germany; son, Mike (Gayle) Moeller of Wasilla, AK; daughter, Michelle Moeller of Burlington; grandchildren, Melissa (John) Stowe Timberlake, of Seattle, Ashley Stowe Gallagher, of Burlington, Dane, Katrina, and Devon Moeller, of Wasilla AK; and great grandchild, John Timberlake, of Seattle, WA.

Hermine is preceded in death by her brother Alfred Speckbacher of Andechs, Germany.

Memorials are suggested to Skagit Humane Society in honor of Hermine.


  • Rodger Bowman

    Michelle, so Sorry for your loss, Your mom was one special lady ,I was lucky enough to have worked with her for many years, Loved coming over helping her out and buying some of life long collectibles, She was like a mom to me, Those where the days.

  • Connie Keele

    Oh Michelle, I am so very sorry. Your mom has been in my thoughts and prayers often over the last few months, I wish I had been able to come see her. She was so kind, had a contagious smile, such a great sense of humor. She was a very special lady, and I am honored to have known her. My deepest condolences to you and Mike, to Melissa and Ashley, and to the entire family. You are in my prayers.yoohooc@comcast.net