Marjorie Diment
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October 8, 1941 ˜ June 10, 2020

Marjorie L. Diment passed away June 10, 2020, at the age of 78. She was better-known as “Marge” to her family and friends. She was born October 8, 1941 in Oak Park, IL to Vernon and Marjorie Mrazek. For her entire adult life, Majorie resided in Clark County, WA.
Marjorie grew up in Elmhurst, IL and San Bernardino, CA, where she graduated from San Bernardino High School in 1959. Majorie placed great value on higher education, and she graduated with a degree in pharmacy from Oregon State University in 1964. Marjorie enjoyed a long career in retail pharmacy, to include 30 years at the Kaiser Permanente Pharmacy in Vancouver, WA.
Outside of pharmacy, Marjorie’s true passions included traveling, gardening, reading and spending time with her beloved cocker spaniels. She had a true appreciation for the different cultures she was able to witness during her times of travel, and she had an unwavering love for animals. She was a quiet, humble person who valued deep-seated relationships.
Marjorie was very close with her brother Robert Mrazek. She was a generous and charitable person, providing substantial support to her family’s education and a variety of chartable organizations.
Marjorie is survived by her son, Michael Diment; her daughter, Lisa Diment, her granddaughter, Haley Diment, her daughter-in-law, Laurie Diment and daughter-in-law, Lisa Harrison.
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Published in The Columbian on Jun. 17, 2020.
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July 5, 2020
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. Marge always had a smile and Hello for me.
Kathryn Thompson
July 4, 2020
Margie was a very special friend and coworker. She was my preceptor in 1984 and I learned so many things from her in our over 30 years of working together. Her work and life ethic was exceptional. She always looked out for those around her and freely gave of her time to those in need. She was one of the most giving people I have ever had the pleasure to know. She used to rollerblade around the Kaiser parking lot. She loved to Kayak and enjoyed all sorts of other activities. I will miss our many conversations, all her great stories and lunch dates so very much. Rest In Peace my dear little Margie.
Valerie Bousquet
June 26, 2020
I had the pleasure and privilege to work with Marge for 17+ years at Kaiser Vancouver pharmacy. She was a kind, genuine woman that I will always remember with great fondness.
Marti Natwick
June 21, 2020
I was lucky to work with Marge at the Kaiser Vancouver medical office. I remember her organization of annual back to school supplies drive and how she was always the most generous donor. What a wonderful person. I am sorry for your loss.
Mary Shepard
June 17, 2020
Margie (as we called her) was a force in my early childhood. She was strong and independent, kind and encouraging, disciplined and fair. Values I brought with me into adulthood. I was sorry to see that she had passed. Almost every fond childhood memory includes her and her daughter Lisa. You are a sweet soul Margie! Your impact has been great! Rest peacefully! Thinking of you Lisa and Mike!
Daphne Anderson
June 17, 2020
Marge was my first inspiration to go into Pharmacy. I first met her as a high school junior when my mother, Myrtle Wanke, provided daycare for Michael. And I still remember painting the interior doors in her house.
Lee Wanke
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