OBITUARY

Marilyn Faye Weitkamp

October 18, 1936April 7, 2019
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Marilyn Faye Weitkamp, Mary to all who knew her, was born on October 18, 1936 and was a lifelong resident of Washington State. She passed away on April 7, 2019, at the age of 82. Mary was married for 40 years to Doug Weitkamp, and lived in Everett, where she raised her two daughters. She loved decorating for the holidays, putting up a 13' themed tree at Christmas every year in the living room of the house where she lived for 57 years. With Doug, she owned Doug's Market - a grocery store and butcher shop in Everett at the east end of Everett Avenue. Later, the couple bought The Flame Tavern in Everett with their lifelong friends.

Mary was proceeded in death by her husband Doug, her sisters Judy Solvang and Patsy Wright and her brother Doug Meyer. Surviving are her sisters Norma Circle (Dick) and Carol Caldwell (Mike), daughters Marlene Weitkamp (Mike) and Charlene Justice (Darron) and grandsons Dylan and Nathan Justice. We'd like to give a special thanks to her neighbors Mika and Dee for always being there for her and to the Everett Fire Department for their time and care with our family.

Funeral Services will be held at 10:30 am on Monday, April 15, 2019 at Evergreen Funeral Home, located at 4504 Broadway Ave., Everett. Reception to follow on site.

Private family graveside service will be at Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, Everett, Washington.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Funeral Service Monday, April 15, 2019

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Reception
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Ian Smith

April 15, 2019

So sorry to hear this news. I met your mom and dad when they owned The Flame. Mary was always very nice, always had a smile and a cheerful hello.
Prayers to you and family, let her star shine bright. She will be missed

Laurie Rochon-Sado

April 13, 2019

So many fun memories. I remember babysitting Marlene and Charlene many times. Marlene and I thought we were so sneaky putting Char to bed while Marlene and I stayed up dancing to David Cassidy songs til we heard their folks car, at which time Mar would scurry off to bed pretending to have been sleeping for hours. I found out years later that Mary was aware of out little secret, but never let on. Rest with the Angel's now, Mary. Give my Mom a hug for me.
Love, Laurie

Tanya Carley

April 11, 2019

Char- I met your mom a few dozen times throughout the years. She was a sweet lady. Although I didn’t know her well, I know she raised wonderful daughters and grandchildren. That speaks to her life and her legacy lives on through all of you. I hope you and your family find comfort in that.

Diane Rochon-Severson

April 11, 2019

Char and Mar, My heart hurts for you, I am so sorry for your loss, what I will always remember is how your mom (and dad) mostly your mom , was instrumental in getting scott and I together, your mom got scott to join their dart team and next thing I know we will have been married almost 25 years. she was so sweet to us, she will always have a very special place in my heart and memories. It's so hard to lose your "mom" , but I know she is looking over us along side my mom. we will always remember!!! Hugs to you both, Diane

Trudi Rochon

April 11, 2019

Charlene and Marlene, I am so sorry for your loss. May the wonderful memories you have carry you through this very difficult time. She was a kind, beautiful soul. She will be greatly missed. Much love to you and your families.
Trudi Rochon

Diane Acciai (Sairs)

April 11, 2019

So sorry Marlene and Charlene. Your mom was my second mom growing up. I remember going to the beach and her and your dad would really get to laughing so hard. I also know that she worked so hard at their store, Doug's Market and when I was broke with little kids she would let me charge groceries. I wish I could make it to the service, I will be thinking of you. Diane Acciai Sairs

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