1914 4th Street. Marysville, WA 98270

Shannon Raye Kibby August 15, 1977 - November 10, 2019

Shannon Raye Kibby, born August 15, 1977 in Everett, Washington, passed away peacefully with her husband and father by her side on November 10, 2019 after complications from a brief illness.

Shannon grew up in Marysville and had gone to Marysville Pilchuck High School where she remained close to many of her classmates. She married her soul mate and best friend, Rich Paradis and they had just celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary in June.

Shannon leaves behind her husband and step-daughter (Katie), her Dad and Step Mom (Jay & Robyn), sister Brenda (Daniel), brothers, Justin (Amber), Emmett (Karina), Logan (Mariko), nephews (Rayce & Jonah). She was preceded in death by her mother (Nancy).

She has touched so many people during her short life and her passing has left a huge hole in our hearts.

Stay close to the ones you love and enjoy life to its fullest. Life is a gift and can be taken away far too soon!

We love you Shanny.

Go Hawks!


  1. April Newell says

    An empty place in my heart from a long time friend that can never be filled. I will always love you. Always miss you. Thank you for your friendship Shanon on and on and on…

  2. Aunt Linda Quiring says

    Sweet niece Shannon Raye
    Our hearts long for the sight of that gorgeous red hair and your smiling face. You are a missing link in our lives that we will always cherish. You are loved by so many and will live on in our hearts.

  3. Beverly Rexford says

    Prayers and condolences to the family of a very special lady. Her smile could light up the room. She will be missed. Rest in peace sweet Shanny ❤️

  4. Erin Whitemarsh says

    Rich, we love you guys. Shannon is so missed already. I’m deeply sorry for your loss.

  5. Otha Starkey says

    Shannon, even though I was only able to know you a short time you made an impact on my life that I will not forget. Thank you. RIP sweet lady. Till our paths cross again on the other. Prayers to the family in this most difficult of times

  6. Denise Jolly says

    The loss if such a beautiful soul is harder than words can Express. Gone but never forgotten dear friend.

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