Marjorie Louise’s Story

Site created on June 22, 2018


Due to a cascade of worsening critical health issues,  Marjorie Louise, better known as "Weezie", was placed on hospice effective June 14, 2018.  Her heart, increasingly damaged by years of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, eventually prevented her lower extremities from being perfused with the results that she was losing toes and walking became painful and almost impossible.   The femoral arteries in both legs were opened and stents inserted but the heart itself continues to worsen.  In addition, the extensive bowel reconfiguration done over 20 years ago has failed.   Other health conditions required doses of medications with side effects that made her feel sick daily.  Then pneumonia set in while she was in a rehabilitation facility.  While in the hospital yet again,  her many doctors, agreeing no cures were possible, suggested hospice.   After prayers, and painful consideration, she and her loving husband, Jim,  made the hard and courageous decision to go on hospice.



Her hospice chaplain asked Weezie what her goals are while in hospice.  She said she had four:  to have peace, to have no fear, to listen to those that love her, and to tell those she loves that she loves them.


Newest Update

Journal entry by Lois Weathers

This last update has two purposes:
  • First and foremost, to thank you all for your loving words of encouragement plus your tributes and shared memories of our Weezie.  Each note was, and remains, treasured.
  • Secondly, you are all invited to the Celebration of Life for Weezie, which will be held at the annual Rable Family Campout on Saturday, September 22, 2018 (NOT Sept 15th as previously stated), at 3pm, in the Pavilion at the Silver Cove RV Resort in Silver Lake, WA.  Light refreshment will be served.  If you would like to join the family and camp for all, or any part, of that weekend (Sept. 21 &22, departing on the 23rd), call to make reservations at (360) 967-2057.
Finally, Weezie’s strong committed faith upheld her always.  In her own words, she wanted all of us to know that she is now, “With Jesus, in a beautiful green meadow, dancing away under a pink sky.”
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