Penelope (Penny) Lou DickPenelope (Penny) Lou Dick, 61, died Thursday July 16, 2009 at the University of Washington hospital due to kidney failure.
Penelope (Penny) Lou Dick
Penelope (Penny) Lou Dick, 61, died Thursday July 16, 2009 at the University of Washington hospital due to kidney failure.
Penny was born June, 1948 in Langdon, ND to Kenneth Jack and Faye Ardell Dick. She lived in Edmore, ND until the age of 19 when she moved to Seattle, WA where she met her future husband, Glenn Wageman. They were married May 1, 1971 in Seattle, WA. She worked at Boeing until her early thirties when she medically retired due to kidney & liver disease.
Penny's hobbies included gardening, painting, making blankets, and playing bingo. Before having her own children, she raised Glenn's twin sisters Laurie & Linda Wageman from age 9.
Penny was predeceased by her mother and father; and a niece and nephew. She is survived by her husband of 38 years, Glenn; 2 children: Jason and Christina; 2 sisters-in-law: Laurie and Linda; 2 granddaughters: Mckayla and Kay; 3 brothers: Roger, Scott, and Mike; half brother, Richard Jasper; 2 half sisters: Jennifer and Linda; and an aunt, Marjorie.
Penny put up a 27 year fight against her kidney disease and fought and survived many surgeries and dialysis for many years. Penny was a courageous, strong willed and beautiful person. Although she will be missed by many, she will never be forgotten. Family and friends will be notified of a date in the near future for a gathering to celebrate her life.
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