1914 4th Street. Marysville, WA 98270

Lois A. Wedekind January 4, 1957 - July 7, 2021

Lois A. Wedekind, 64, of Arlington Washington, unexpectedly
passed away July 7th ,2021. She was surrounded by family
members and loved ones.

Lois was born in Arlington Washington on January 4th, 1957, the
daughter of late Gordon and Marguerite Herz.

Lois had recently retired from a long career working for Skagit
County Assessor’s office and loved being outdoors and
spending time with friends and family. She was a huge animal
lover and was often found doting on any animal that crossed
her path. She had a very kind heart and was always willing to
lend a hand to help or an ear to listen. She had a zest for what
the future held, from being able to travel and enjoy time with
friends to spoiling her grandchildren.

Lois is survived by 2 children, Gina Mattern and Michael
Graham; son and daughter in law, Clay Mattern and Tricia
Graham; 5 grandchildren, Caleb Mattern, Maggie Mattern,
Karter Graham, Bailey Graham and Brennan Wilson; 6 siblings
Joy, Sue, Jeanette, Gordy, Rita and Paul.

A service will be held on Sunday July 18th, 2021, at the
Stillaguamish Museum’s Pioneer Hall, located at 20722 67th Ave.
NE Arlington WA 98223 at 2:00 pm


  1. Anna Holscher says

    I’ve known Lois since she was a kid.
    We were close friends to her mom and
    Dad. She was always a sweetheart.
    She truly will be missed.
    Condolences to the family!🙏🙏

  2. Barbara Leander says

    So sad to hear of Lois’s unexpected passing. Am blessed to have known her through our years at Skagit County and social events we shared. You’ve earned your wings, Lois.

  3. David Thomas says

    I had the pleasure of working with her for 20 years. She was always upbeat and fun to be around. A true gem.

  4. Tamera Holden says

    I will miss her, for as long as I have known she has always been like an older sister to me. She will most definitely be missed…Tamera Holden

  5. Theresa Gilreath Brobyskov says

    I’m so saddened to hear of her passing, I haven’t seen her in years, but she was always very kind to me. My heart goes out to her family.

  6. Stan Rosebrook says

    I will miss Lois’s happy attitude and her smile

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