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Allnutt Funeral Service – Estes Park Chapel

1302 Graves Ave., Estes Park, CO

OBITUARY

Marie Weitzel

18 March, 19376 January, 2020

Marie Weitzel Armstrong, age 82, was born on March 18, 1937. She passed away at the Prospect Living Center in Estes Park, Colorado, on Monday, January 6, 2020 surrounded by loving family and the wonderful staff at the Living Center. Marie was preceded in death by her parents, brother, husband Sam Weitzel, son Chuck Graves, daughter Laurie Weitzel, husband Edward Armstrong, and grandson, Eddie Armstrong. Marie was precious, kind, considerate, gracious and merciful to all her family and friends. Every day started with prayers for all she knew and loved and ended the same way, always grateful for what she had. She was an avid reader and was able to travel a great deal in her earlier years, and especially treasured her years with her family in Greece. As the precious and kind person she was, she will be sincerely missed by many friends, kind caregivers at Prospect Living Center, and son, Michael Weitzel, stepsons Terry Armstrong (Maureen), Jeff Armstrong and all the beautiful grandchildren and great grandchildren of the Armstrong families. She also left behind two granddaughters that she adored, Sarah McCambridge, (Aaron), Karli Erickson (Nils), and great grandchildren, Bodie, Tate, Emmett and Daphne. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, February 1st, 11:00 a.m., at the Presbyterian Community Church, in Estes Park.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, 1 February , 2020

Memories

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Armstrong family Armstrong family

January 29, 2020

We all loved visiting Marie and our late great grandfather when they were either in Las Vegas or Estes. She had such a warm and welcoming way about her that always made you comfortable to share a chat over a coffee and of course with our traditional cold slice of pizza in the morning. We have such fond memories of her unbelievable skill with baked goods and cooking. We all looked up to her as someone with so much grace and compassion for the things and people she loved! She will forever be in our hearts and memories! One of the most wonderful and inspiring people we had the pleasure of getting to know. Our hearts go out to her family! All our love, Diana, Elizabeth, Tommy, Annie & Molly

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY