Katrina Lynn Hunter Blouin (age 60) entered into rest at her home in Kent, WA on May 22, 2020 after battling Stage 4 Lung Cancer for 18 months. Katrina was born on December 29, 1959 in Edmonds, WA to Donald and Barbara Hunter. She graduated from Edmonds High School in 1977. During Katrina's career, she worked at A-America where she met her husband, Craig Blouin, they married on May 28, 1985. She also worked in the real estate and paralegal fields, before most recently working for Federal Way School District Transportation as a bus driver. Katrina met many of her friends throughout her career in various fields. Katrina enjoyed spending time with her loved ones, cats, reading, watching true crime, and traveling to warm destinations. Katrina will be remembered for her sense of humor, compassion, generosity and love. Katrina is survived by her husband, Craig Blouin, children and grandchildren- Waskiewicz: Jack (Gail), Kane, Liam; Brooks: Kiana (Paul), Stacia, Makela, Kenzie; Blouin: Taylor (Savannah); Blouin: Savannah. Her mother and stepfather, Sundquist: Barbara (Gerry); sister, Foster: Denise (Bruce) and family; brother, Hunter: Steve (Melody) and family. She is preceded in death by her father, Donald Hunter. Katrina is also survived by numerous extended family members and friends. A large celebration of life will be held at a later date and all friends and family are welcome.
"I have many fond memories of Trina starting at A America, she taught me how to make chocolates one Christmas although I think we eat more than we made. She also taught me how to shop at the thrift store. She was a thoughtful friend, and a loving mother. My heart goes out to Craig and the kids. I was blessed to know her for the time I did. Jill Crown "
"My heart is breaking...Trina was more than my cousin, she was such a dear friend. We played together as children, and raised our kids together..she will be in my heart forever!
Some of my fondest childhood memories were when Mom would say, "We're going to visit Denise and Trina!". I'm so sad that we didn't get to stay in touch as adults but someday, in Heaven, we will visit again!"
"Dearest Trina, My heart aches for you and your laughter & smile. No matter what, every time I talked to you I laughed, every time we shared family issues we supported each other, every time we vacationed together we made the best memories. You are and will forever be my little sister. May you now be in peace, sitting on a sandy beach, watching the turtles go by and working on that suntan! I love and miss you so much. Forever your sister, Denise."
"You are so missed.. You were my first bus neighbor. I thank you for taking me in and making me feel like part of the family. You are going to be truly missed my friend. God got a beautiful angel in you. Love and miss you. ????"
"Oh Trina, I'm so very sad at your passing. To the remaining family, know you are in my heart forever."
"Katrina was such a kind soul with such a beautiful family. Rest in peace."
"Katrina even though we never actually met in person I feel like I knew u well though Kiana. You were such a good mom and Grandma!! Rest In Peace sweet Lady????"