Tribole, age 55, from Seattle, Washington and formerly of Chesterton, was
welcomed into the kingdom of Heaven by her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on
September 1, 2018, after a hard-fought battle against lung cancer.
Michele was born on
April 4, 1963, in Valparaiso, Indiana, to Maynard (Anita) Weimer and Fay
She was a 1981
graduate of Chesterton High School. During her high school career, she was
proud to perform in the Chesterton High School Trojan Guard Marching Band
from 1978 through 1981, when the Trojan Guard was repeated state champions
and marched in the 1981 inauguration parade for President Ronald Reagan. In
1986, she graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Recreational
varied and included working with the intellectually disabled, which was a
true gift of hers, to working for AlliedSignal and helping manage the B1
bomber project, to owning several online businesses.
She loved to
travel, play games, volunteer at church, listen to Christian music, and more
importantly, to read her Bible daily. She cherished her family, friends and
above all her two daughters. During her illness, her family and friends were
such a blessing.
She is survived by
her parents; her daughters Ariel Tribole (Kirkland, WA) and Alora Tribole
(Chesterton); her sister Lorelei Weimer (Chesterton); her step-sisters Tracy
Popp (Key West, FL); Jami Mathews (Phoenix, AZ); and step-brother Bret
Lawrence (Indianapolis); her uncles Curt (Marian) Weimer (Valparaiso); Jack
(Kathie) Weimer (Gurnee, IL); and aunts Ferne Weimer (Dallas, TX); Marilyn
Laszlo (Porter); and Shirley Killosky (Papua New Guinea).
She was preceded in
death by her grandparents John and Helen Weimer and Martin and Lois Laszlo
and her aunt, Carolyn Laszlo Prosser.
A memorial service
will be held at Liberty Bible Church on Sunday, September 16 at 6:00 p.m.
arrangements by Evergreen Washelli Cremation, Funeral and Burial, and
Edmonds & Evans Funeral Homes.