Ester Lynn Palmer

Ester Lynn Palmer

Ester Lynn Palmer

Ester Lynn Palmer, 29, passed away Thursday, May 28, 2020 of causes not yet released due to an ongoing investigation.

Ester was born in Madras on Aug. 28, 1990. She moved with her family to New Pine Creek in 1994 and lived there until she graduated from Lakeview High School in 2008. During her school years, Ester was active in 4-H, and then became involved with the annual when she entered high school. Part of Ester's summers were spent at Mountain Meadows Bible Camp, first as a camper and later as a staff member.

Following her graduation, Ester started college at Shasta Bible College and Graduate School, but left to move to Junction City in February 2009, where she resided until her death. While there, she was employed as a remote IT support technician for cable companies located on the east coast. In June 2016, Ester became the proud mother of a healthy baby boy, Sera 'Kai Alan. Tragically, Sera 'Kai died at eight months due to SIDS, leaving her brokenhearted. Then, in April

2020, she welcomed her baby girl, Zanase Faite. With the arrival of Zanase, Ester felt renewed

Though Ester experienced a lot of turbulence in her adult life, her future held much promise. She looked forward to the possibilities ahead of her with optimism. Ester was a funny, vibrant soul who loved to laugh and trade stories with friends and family. She enjoyed music, singing and drawing. Ester also loved the ocean--everything from seashells and running on the sand to sea spray and dolphins.

Ester will forever be missed.

Ester was preceded in death by: her son, Sera 'Kai Alan.

She is survived by: her daughter, Zanase; parents, Karl and Cherri Palmer of New Pine Creek; brother and sister-in-law, Tyrel and Richella Palmer of North Pole, Alaska; sister and brother-in-law, Rachel and Trevor Wood of Lincoln, Calif.; and all surviving grandparents, uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces and cousins..

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Zanase's future and care at website under Ester’s obituary, or you can send a sympathy card to: Karl and Cherri Palmer, PO Box 158, New Pine Creek, OR 97635.

Desert Rose Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangements.

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