Dana Lynn Morey

Dana Lynn Morey

Dana Lynn Morey

Longtime Kenai and former Kodiak resident Dana Lynn Morey, 52, passed away Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019 at Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage from a long-term unknown virus that caused a brain hemorrhage.

A celebration of her life will be 3-5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, at 47346 Spruce Haven St., in North Kenai.

Dana was born Nov. 4, 1966 in Indianapolis, Indiana. She moved to Alaska when she was 7 years old and lived in Kodiak with her family, and she graduated from Kodiak High School. She worked as a childcare worker and care giver to the elderly. She moved to Kenai in 1998, where she lived until her passing.

Dana enjoyed knitting, spending time with her grandchildren and walking the beach.

Her family writes, “Dana was a strong-minded person who cared deeply for her family and friends. She also loved to laugh, cook and go for long drives with her sidekick, Chika. More than anything in the world, she enjoyed being with her children and grandchildren. In passing, she will be remembered and greatly missed and loved by all who knew her.”

She was preceded in death by her father, Daniel Morey, mother, Alma Larrymore and sister, Rose Endresen.

Dana is survived by her daughter, Elizabeth Rose Timpke; son Brandon Elliot Timpke; granddaughters, Anna TImpke and Faera Lindsay; grandsons, Thomas Robinson IV, and Jeramiah Robinson, all of Kenai, and Elijah Timpke of Kodiak; husband, Jay Aguirre, niece, Miranda Endresen; nephews, Evan and Aeron Endresen; brother-in-law, Tom Endresen; and son-in-law, Thomas Robinson III, all of Kenai.

Condolences and memorial donations may be sent to Elizabeth TImpke, 47346 Spruce Haven St., Kenai, AK 99611.

Arrangements were by Peninsula Memorial Chapel in Kenai.

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