The Seattle Times January 13, 2005
Dorothy Mary Wiese. Long time resident of Riverton and since 1989, Providence Mount Saint Vincenter in West Seattle died January 6, 2005 about two weeks short of her 100th birthday. She was born Janurary 23, 1905, the third of 10 children, to John and Rose Corrigan in Elroy, Wisconsin. She married W.C.L. "Bill" Wiese January 27, 1940. She graduated from Holy Names Normal, attended Cheney College and the University of Washington. She taught school for 13 years in Washington and Idaho.
Dorothy was preceded in death by her beloved husband in 1992, daughter-in-law Barbara Wiese, son-in-law Wayne Wilson and nine brothers and sisters.
She is survived by daughters, Dorothy Wilson and Margaret Stone; sons, Bill Wiese and Mike Wiese, plus nine grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
Dorothy had been active in Boy Scouts, Red Cross, United Way and various Catholic Church groups such as the Altar Society and the 50+ Club. She enjoyed her family and homemaking. She was noted for her kindness to all and will be greatly missed. Donations may be made to a favorite charity.
Memorial Mass Saturday, January 22, 2005 at 10:30AM at Providence Mount St. Vincent in West Seattle. Arrangements entrusted to Howden-Kennedy Funeral Home.