Josephine "Jo" (Hudec) Weeks died December 23, 2005, at Colby Campus of Providence Hospital, Everett, Snohomish Co., WA, at age 95. Buried in Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, Everett, Snohomish Co., WA.

The Daily Herald, Everett, Snohomish Co., WA, Sunday, January 1, 2006

Josephine Weeks

Josephine Weeks passed away unexpectedly on December 23, 2005, at the Colby Campus of Providence Hospital. She was born in Clarkson, Nebraska, on May 7, 1910, and went through elementary and high school there. Later she moved to Everett, where she was to meet and marry Clyde Weeks. She was a hard worker and at one time was employed at the Wigwam Tent and Awning Company and at Twin City Foods. She was very active at the Everett Eagles Aux. #13 of which she had been a member for approximately 55 years. She joined the marching band, R.E.A.C., Busy Bees, Sportsman Club, and several other groups. She was a member of Degree of Pocahontas Council #11. Aunt Jo also enjoyed her various duties at the Everett Senior Center working on quilts for many years, crafts, as a greeter and especially loved playing cribbage and pinochle, and she enjoyed telling her opponents what they had done wrong. Yes, my aunt was a feisty lady and a force to be reckoned with. While she lived in her home in Everett, she had a large vegetable garden, beautiful flowers and did lots of canning. And she never missed a Sonics game on TV. Hearing loss made it difficult to communicate with others in later years which was sad as she enjoyed her many friendships. At the time of her passing she resided at Broadway Plaza Apartments in Everett. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Monica; husband, Clyde; brother, Emil Hudec; and her sister, Berta Eby. She is survived by niece, Beth (Robert) Love, of Marysville, Washington; nephew, Al (Dorothy) Eby, of Federal Way, Washington; many grand-nieces and grand-nephews; special friend and neighbor, Clara Bobbit. There will be a private graveside service and a memorial service at a later date. We will miss her spunky personality... we love you Aunt Jo.