Lula Louise Weston
Lula Louise Weston
Lula Louise Weston, finally found everlasting peace Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009.
Her long battle with cancer is a testament to her strength and determination to beat the odds and give others hope. She
always held her medical team at HOA in highest regard and love. I know they returned the affection.
She was born May 9, 1923, to Everett and Lula Mae
Robinson, in Reger, Mo. Louise enjoyed the company of four siblings, Everett Robinson Junior, Phillip Robinson, Edwin Robinson, and Lucille Robinson (Simpson).
Louise graduated from Galt, Mo. High School on her 17th birthday, May 9, 1940.
She married her childhood sweeheart in Las Vegas, Nev., June 29, 1941, and moved to Los Angeles, Calif. Louise and her husband, Max Paul Weston, had three children,
Maxpaula, Ursa Robinson and Sheridan Todd Weston.
Louise worked at Douglas Aircraft with her husband before they moved to Medford, Ore. in 1958. They operated the Brownell Motel on Riverside Ave. for many years, while Max was developing his real estate business.
Louise was active in Medford Schools PTA, being a past
president. She was honored as Worthy High Priestess of White Shrine. She was employed at different times at Harry and David in payroll, at Providence Medford Medical Center in switch board and admitting, and late in life, as a bus monitor for Medford Schools.
Louise is preceded in death by her son, Ursa Robinson
Weston, and her husband of almost 68 years, Max Paul
Weston. Her brother, Edwin, and sister, Lucille are also
deceased. Her daughter, Maxpaula Knight lives in Medford, Ore. and her son, Sheridan Todd Weston lives in White City, Ore. Louise leaves eleven grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
The memorial service is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2009, at 2:00 p.m. at the Eagle Point National Cemetery, 2763 Riley Road (off Hwy. 140) with Pastor John Bround officiating.