Margie “Louise” Wahl
May 15, 1952 – August 30, 2017
Margie “Louise” Wahl, 65, of Akron, passed away on Wednesday, August 30, 2017 after her courageous battle with lung cancer, in College Station, TX, where she temporarily resided to help care for her grandchildren. A Celebration of Louise’s Life will be held Saturday, October 7, 2017, 3:30 p.m. at the Washington County Event Center, 552 W. 2nd St., Akron, CO 80720 with Reverend Scott Sangster officiating.
Margie was born May 15, 1952, in Pueblo, to Federico Bedan and Ruth (Trujillo) Mounts. She attended Atwood schools and graduated from Sterling High School. Before retiring, she worked 14 years at the Sterling Living Center as a medical records technician. Margie loved being “Nan” to her precious grandchildren and enjoyed traveling with her daughters, spending time with family and friends, gardening, visiting casinos, watching and attending sporting events.
Margie is survived by her mother and stepfather, Ruth and Richard Mounts of Edgewater; stepbrother Hans Timmermans and wife Hillie of Portland, OR; daughters, Monica Sangster and husband Dimitri of Aurora, Melinda Raihl and husband Billy of Marbleton, WY, Major Melissa Mueller and husband Jon of College Station, TX; sons, Jeff Wahl and wife Victoria Shotwell of Lafayette, Chris Wahl of Tucson, AZ; grandchildren, Boston, Carle, Bailey, Dominique, Deja, Jace, Hope, Ruthie, Adrian, Cassidy; and a host of many relatives.
She was preceded in death by her husband Donald E. Wahl, her father, stepfather Dirk F. Timmermans, and brother Tommy G. Bedan.
In lieu of flowers, kindly consider donating in memory of Margie Wahl to:
CHI St. Joseph Health Cancer Center
Attn: B.J. Harp, LSW, GC-C
2215 E. Villa Maria Rd.
Bryan, TX 77802
*Please make check payable to either Dr. Scott Goble OR Dr. Kumud Tripathy
Hospice Brazos Valley
502 W. 26th St.
Bryan, TX 77802
Cremation services in care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers Bryan-College Station. Condolences to the family may be expressed at CallawayJones.com.
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