Linda Raye (Bolt) Cappelletti was born on
February 21, 1950 in Ballard, Washington,
she passed away peacefully in her sleep on
June 18, 2020.
Linda and Siro (Si) Cappelletti were married
on August 18, 1973 in El Paso, Texas. They
traveled extensively and lived in various
places while Si was in the Army, Germany,
Kentucky, Rhode Island, Texas, Kansas, and
Washington. Si retired from the Army in
1990 and they settled in Kent, Washington.
Linda was a keen entrepreneur and owned
several businesses, to include a home
cleaning company (Maid for You), a balloon
decorating business (Balloons Extraordin
“AIR”), as well a successful daycare business
(Wee Care Daycare) for over 20 years.
Linda was the matriarch of the family and
was always there to support anyone in
need, she never met a stranger! She had
the most generous soul and would give the
shirt off her back to anyone. Linda loved
celebrating and hosting family parties for
every occasion, it was important to have
her family together as much as possible. She
was a winner in all areas in life, and enjoyed
spending time at the casino (her favorite
escape). She loved to dance, celebrate, and
sing…she was our Karaoke Queen and
inherited her beautiful voice from her father,
Ralph. Linda would always say she put “the
FUN” in dysfunction.
Linda is survived by her husband, Si, and
sons Charles (Christi) and Jason (Jessye),
and six grandsons Conner, Cale, Casen,
Camden, Carter, and Easton, and one great
granddaughter, Riley; her sisters Peggy
(Lee), Ruth (Pete), Pam (JB), Debbie (Ed),
Becky (Keith) and brothers Terry and Randy
(Gayle). Linda has joined her siblings who
have passed, brothers Bud and Butch, and
sisters Patty and Carole.
Per Linda’s wishes, there will be no
memorial or funeral service. She will be
cremated and her family will determine
where to spread the ashes and will hold a
celebration of life ceremony at a later date.
Linda Raye (Bolt) Cappelletti
1950 – 2020
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