Margaret Mae Hyatt-Parker

March 16, 2009

By Staff

Margaret Hyatt-Parker

Margaret Hyatt-Parker

Maggie Hyatt, of Issaquah, resided in Edmonds, died March 9, 2009. She was 73.A memorial service was held March 16 at Flintoft’s Issaquah Funeral Home with a reception afterward.

Maggie was born Jan. 28, 1936, in Renton, the daughter of Robert Campbell and Virginia Pearl Benson. After graduating from Renton High School, she married Earl Hyatt and moved to Issaquah, where they lived for 19 years, raising seven children and a dog named Smokey. 

She was a scratch golfer and a highly competitive bowler, achieving a high game of 297. She learned many hobbies (painting, sewing, crochet) and will always be remembered for her artistic talents. Her passions for food led her to cook for many local establishments while living in Alaska, including cooking for a gold-mining camp. She loved being with her friends and enjoyed festive events.

Survivors include children Chris Hyatt, of North Bend, Kirk Hyatt, of Issaquah, Troy Hyatt, of Hobart, Stormy Hayes, of Issaquah, Jennifer Soderstrom, of Kenmore, Julie Fernandez, of Phoenix, and Shane Hyatt, of Cle Elum; grandchildren Trapper Hyatt, Amy Hyatt, Lindsey Hyatt, Cody Hyatt, Ryan Hyatt, Zach Hyatt, Chase Hyatt, Gene Hyatt, Blaze Hyatt, Ricky Shinn, Christina Shinn, Megan Shinn, Crystal Miller, Kenny Miller, Shayna Hyatt, Keira Hyatt and Connan Hyatt; and great-grandchildren Wyatt Gunderson, Sydney Gunderson, Josie Dickey and Maddox Hyatt.

The family suggests remembrances to Evergreen Hospice Center in Kirkland.

Arrangements are by Flintoft’s Funeral Home and Crematory.

Friends are invited to share memories and sign the family’s online guest book at www.flintofts.com.

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