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Ronald Scott Jamieson
December 31, 1957 ~ October 20, 2023 (age 65) 65 Years Old
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“Ron”, the beloved husband of G Marie Jamieson passed away at his home in Sequim, WA after years of battling Multiple Sclerosis, recently complicated by a rare, metastatic cancer. Ron is mourned by 5 lovely children, 8 grandchildren, and many friends from his alma mater, Edmonds High School, Edmonds, WA, along with those from Plymouth State University, and the US Army.
Beloved Children and Grandchildren:
Daughter, Kelly Brien and husband Ben, along with children Kylie and Colby reside in Forney, TX.
Son, Jonathan Jamieson and wife Ally, along with children Quinn, Catie, and Maisie reside in Gorham, ME.
Daughter, Christina Reynolds and husband Mike, along with children Madison and Carson reside in North Dartmouth, MA.
Stepson, Darvis Taylor and wife Lina reside in Roche Harbor, San Juan Island, WA, and son William resides in Los Angeles, CA.
Stepson, Drake Taylor resides in Sequim, WA.
Parents and Siblings:
Scott is survived by brothers, Robert Jamieson of San Juan Island, WA, James Jamieson of Bainbridge Island, WA, and sister Bernadette of CA. He was preceded in passing by sisters, Michelle Winkler of Lynnwood, WA and Stephani of San Juan Island, WA.
Scott’s parents, Robert and Helen (Eckroth) Jamieson resided in Edmonds, WA until Robert’s passing.
Ronald Scott was many things to many people. He was foremost, a person one could turn to for answers and advice. His children and grandchildren called him “Papa” and “Papa Patch”, patch because he loved construction and was always patching something! He could answer questions about construction and automobiles off the top his head.
For 20 years, Scott taught auto power mechanics in the vocational departments of New Hampshire High Schools. He was an advocate of children and considered them all Gifted. Scott was a gifted teacher.
Scott was a proud US Army veteran, first of the 62d Co 6th Bn, Fort Rucker, AL, Optical Lab SP, then he transitioned to Warrant Officer Training and Co B 9th Aviation Bn, Fort Lewis, WA. Flying Black Hawk Helicopters was, and has been, a great love of his life! It was in flight school that he met a great mentor, “Corky” Smith. “Corky” and his wife Patty have remained supportive and valued friends.
He will be missed by all who loved him, including, little Miss CeeCee, a schipperke, and Miss Daisy, a “Lassie” collie.