Jamie Marie Breckenridge, 42, was born in Corona, Calif., on September 15, 1969, the daughter of Paul and Carol Landers and passed away in Grand Coulee, Washington. Always outgoing, Jamie loved hanging out and having fun with family and friends, Jamie was very spontaneous; you never knew what she would do next. As a child, Jamie enjoyed her horses, and throughout her life there was almost always a pampered dog or cat in her home. Jamie loved the out of doors, whether at the beach or hiking through the hills and could never pass by a junk or-antique shop without stopping and looking for a hidden treasure.
Jamie is survived by her two sons Lucas and Travis Hackett; mother Carol Estrada; step-father Ray Estrada; grandmother Doris Landers; brothers: Paul Landers (Sonja), Aric Landers (Jeralyn) and Raymond Estrada; nieces and nephews: Kaylee, Karlee and Emery Landers, Trevor and Ryder Estrada and great-nephew Kaden Galliher.
She was predeceased by her dad Paul Landers, grandma Marilyn Barker, grandpa Bert Landers and niece Tayler Starr Landers.
A celebration of Jamie’s life will be held at Faith Community Church in Electric City, Washington on Saturday Feb. 18, at 11 a.m. Cremation has taken place.
Her family requests that donations be made to an account which has been setup in Jamie’s memory at NCNB with all funds being contributed to help fight school-age drug use. Make checks payable to NCNB. Strate Funeral Home of Grand Coulee is honored to be serving Jamie’s family.