I met Penny March 30th 2018 and got to get to know her a little bit. I met her at a Cancer ride where there was over hundred bikes, and I approached her because her and I had the same motorcycle. Kawasaki 650. Her was green and mine was black. We rode in that large group that day then road back north together toward home. The next day I message Penny on Facebook asking if she wanted to go on a ride, we met at the Starbucks hoping other riders would show but it was just her and I that day. We rode up and down chuckunut and then she took me all the way up to Blaine to the old ferry system was, then she took me all though birch bay and Lummi and it was just an amazing ride together I will never forget. She took off her motorcycle gear and even went into the water and got me to go in the water with her. She also bought be a cheesebuger from 5 guys and we rode to a little park and watched the sunset and ate our food till it was dark. Then I rode home with my LED lights on that she really liked about my bike. She was more than just a fellow rider to me, she was my friend, though I knew her for a short time, in that time she was always a cool person to talk to and hangout with. She had a very distinctive personality and I told her that when I met her. I will honestly miss looking into my mirros and seeing her green Ninja behind me. Today I went to the site where she passed away and gave her my blessings, i could honestly feel her riding with me the entire ride it was actually very spiritual.. RIP Penny, I'll miss you..
Penny was a bright light in our Kindergarten classroom. She supported us by helping us create art projects, playing board games, reading to children or sharing interesting facts with us etc...She played with the children and was an adult in our classroom who provided daily nurturing and acceptance of each and every child. She was a great role model and we loved her very much. So grateful for the opportunity to get to know her and to have Penny in our Kindergarten classroom at Carl Cozier Elementary school last year. She lives forever in our hearts.
Im sorry for your loss. It was a great privilege to have been Pennys friend. I have much respect for her. In the words of my people the Taino. She is ara'guacu. She is a sacred person. My love and deepest sympathies go out to you and your family.
Shelly and the Jefferson Family,
I am so very sorry to learn about your loss. During them time that Penny worked at Carl Cozier I was able to get to know her a bit and very much enjoyed her spirit. My daughter was in kindergarten that year and she absolutely adored Penny and spoke about her often. I hope it will give your heart some comfort to know that there is a little girl out in this world who belives Penny was amazing and fun and who truly looked up to her. Prayers for you all.
Sending love and thoughts of comfort to the Jefferson family from the Scherrer family. I remember Penny at Carl Cozier Elementary, helping her teacher mom Shelley, working to teach the young children how to read, cooking Indian tacos, and helping everybody out. A beautiful young woman. Sending prayers to you as we celebrate Penny's life.
I am so very sorry for your loss of this beautiful young lady, with a big and amazing soul. You are all on my heart and I pray for peace as you go through this time. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
May the memories of dear Penny overshadow the pain of you loss.
Being such a great, loving person, is how she lived. Her love for animals, family, little sisters, and mom and dad, made her the wonderful person she was. God bless all of you........... Peace be with you.......