In loving memory of

Rhonda Renee Ealy
August 26, 1972 - May 22, 2023

Rhonda Renee Ealy, passed away of natural causes at the age of 50 at her residence in Federal Way, WA on
May 22nd, 2023.

Rhonda was born August 26th, 1972, alongside her twin sister, Karla Lewis. Rhonda was very passionate about helping others. Rhonda completed an Associates of Arts and Sciences degree from Highline Community College. She then continued her love of education by graduating from Evergreen State College with a Bachelors of Arts degree and a Bachelors of Sciences degree. With the completion of these degrees and many certifications in Family Support and Human Services, Rhonda was on her way to completing a Masters Degree in Psychology.

Rhonda had a passion for helping others. Her selflessness and kindness allowed her to help so many. She had a special bond with each person she met. She let everyone around her know how much she loved us. When Rhonda wasn't helping a neighbor, or spending time with her family, you would find her curled up reading or watching Sci-Fi and Manga. She loved playing games with her nieces and nephews too.

Rhonda was preceded in death by her beloved service animal Casper, her mother, Mary Ealy, and her siblings Brennan Haverstock and Casey Ealy.

Rhonda will be remembered with love by her sisters Karla Lewis (Anita Coleman), Megan Ealy-Cosman(Mark), Tina Landers(Stephen) and her brothers Brian Heiman(Aleida), Brady Ealy, Tommy Ealy(Jennifer), and Scott Ealy(Becky). Along with her 16 nephews, 9 nieces, and numerous great nephews and great nieces.

Rhonda's celebration of life will be held on the 1st of July 2023, at Ocean Shores, Washington.


Moriyya wrote on Jun 17, 2023:

"Oh Rhonda, how did I come across this? You haven't been to church these past three weekends, I prayed for you often, especially in the night, you just started coming to Northwest Foursquare church in federal Way in the beginning of the year, it was a guarantee to see you every Saturday at 5pm in the balcony no matter what you were going through, as you found comfort in our Lord during these tough days. Even before you I've Him He has loved you so dearly. Your soul is what truly matters as we're pilgrims on this earth, I'm thankful to God that you accepted Him and received prayers before your passing, just in time for Him to joyfully welcome you into His arms, now my prayers are towards your family, as I'm sure you prayed often for them, for comfort and peace that only the Holy Spirit can give As our pastor teaches, nothing can stop God from loving us. "Then you will experience God?s peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus." Philippians 4:7"