Maggie Louise Rabon

March 3, 1995April 11, 2018
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Maggie Louise Rabon was born on March 3rd, 1995 to mother Paula (Heil) Rabon and father John Rabon. Maggie unfortunately passed away on Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 after a long ten-month battle with cancer. She is survived by her mother Paula Rabon, her stepfather Raymond Karr, sisters Kristine Murphy and Elizabeth Rabon. Also, her fiancé Zachary Skurlock. She was predeceased by her late father John Rabon. She is survived by many other members of her extended family.

Maggie blossomed into a social butterfly when she went to high school. She joined her high school jazz choir that strengthened her love music. She joined the drama club, bravely taking a bow after completing several plays. By the end of her high school career, Maggie was and is a lover of the arts and showed this love in painting and drawing daily. Maggie also loved to play Bingo with her mom and sisters. Maggie took this social way of life into her work as a cashier at Fred Meyer making all staff and customers feel as if they were a part of her family.

Maggie was a strong fighter and showed love to all. She was a true ray of sunshine in everyone lives. When you see the sun, know that Maggie is smiling on your day.


  • Memorial Service Friday, April 20, 2018

Maggie Louise Rabon

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Kristeen De Leon

April 16, 2018

I came to America not knowing a word of English but Maggie still found a way to communicate with me, played with me and always was so eager to help explain English words to me. I am so grateful for the memories I had with Maggies in elementary and middle school. Heaven gained an angel. May she rest in peace.

Savanna Soukey

April 15, 2018

I was a new kid my sophomore year of high school at Everett. Maggie and I shared, I believe it was, 2nd period (Honors English) together. Maggie was the first person to befriend me. She was so kind and helpful to me. I really appreciated her those first few weeks at my new school. I considered her my friend. I sat by her and talked with her almost everyday. I remember the speeches she gave in class; how she really gave it her all. She wasn’t afraid to speak her mind when debates came up either. She really was an amazing, fearless, smart and caring person.

Diana Meza

April 15, 2018

Maggie had always a smile on her face I used to work with her at party city. There was one particular time I will always remember I was going through some personal problems she gave me a hug which was one of a kind hug and told me I was a wonderful and awesome mom/ women and if i needed anything she was always there.
You're truly missed and will forever be in our hearts❤❤

Melissa Phillips

April 15, 2018

Maggie always made my day at work so much nicer with her sweetness and bubbly personality.. I will miss her dearly

Jen Baumgarten

April 14, 2018

What great sadness to hear of Maggie's passing. I have perfectly vivid memories of Maggie from our year together in fourth grade. She was incredibly brilliant, kind, respectful, and motherly. She was eager to learn, and likely taught me more than I taught her. It was such a gift to read about how her personality developed over her years beyond Madison Elementary. I am sure she was a true gift to all those that got to cross paths with her. Many blessings of comfort and peace to all those that love her.

Debbie Anstett

April 14, 2018

Prayers of comfort and peace to Maggie's family. I knew the family from school and through mutual friends. Maggie always had a smile and a kind word for anyone she encountered. She was truly a kindhearted person and I am so sorry to hear of her passing. ♡♡♡♡

Emily Golden

April 14, 2018

Maggie and I grew up together - singing in elementary school choir and goofing around in class. She was so talented and exceptionally sweet. We lost touch throughout the years but she has a special part of my heart forever. Love you girlie. Rest in peace.

Hayley Corbett

April 13, 2018

I remember in our sophomore year, Maggie came over to where I was living at the time in Bellevue. Behind the house there was a big ravine that had a sort of meadow at the bottom. We brought a blanket, scaled down the pretty steep hill and sat down in the tall grass, listening to the wind whistling through the trees. I can't really remember everything we talked about down there, but I also can't recall a more peaceful moment in our time together. It was really nice to have a good half hour just to forget the worlds problems and just enjoy each others company. If I could relive any moment in our friendship, it would be that one.