Lexie Weddington Obituary, Death Cause – Due to the fact that Mrs. Lexie Weddington was a much-loved member of the PCCHS community, all of our hearts are devastated to learn of her passing. Lexie had been a staff member at PCCHS for a significant amount of time, and everyone there held a high regard for her. Although though we haven’t had much contact with Lexie in the years since she retired, we will continue to think of her as a member of our family since we do consider her to be one. Even After All These Years, a Hawk Is Always the Same!
During this difficult time, we want her family to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers. Please accept our condolences. Lexie put in a lot of work in the gym so that she would be able to perform at a high level when she played. She could decorate like an interior designer, milk cows, shop for deals at garage sales, show horses, and MacGyver her way out of any situation that came. She was a woman with a diverse set of skills. Lexie was an intrepid woman who was also creative and worked very hard. Her children were the most important thing in the world to her.
She had a generous heart and would do everything for her loved ones, including giving up the clothing she was wearing. Both her sense of humor and her devotion were unparalleled. Even in her latter days, she was always moving around, maintaining her busy lifestyle by cleaning, arranging, and decorating. Lexie was a courageous fighter who engaged in her fight against cancer on a daily basis up until the very end. Lexie was a loving mother to Senci Pace-Monasterski and Mason Pace-Muckenthaler. She was the cherished granddaughter of Viola Valent of Whittemore, the sister of Roger (Heather) Hinkley, Stephanie Hinkley, and Heather Hinkley, the niece of Rick (Teri) Valent and Dan (Linda) Valent, the cousin of Cyndi (Stoffer) Cowles, Daniel Valent, and Amanda