Chardale Dotson Irvine

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Chardale Dotson Irvine (1961-2015) died in Florence, Arizona at age 54 due to complications from Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.

Life[edit]

Chardale was the wife of Walter Irvine III and mother of three children, Adam, Matt, and Kaycee Mackley, two step children, Amanda Falso and Walter Irvine IV, and seven grandchildren. She was a traveler at heart and the last 5 years of her life was able to travel with her husband, Walter, around the country.[1]

Illness[edit]

Chardale was ill nearly 20 years and suffered brain damage due to untreated Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and the many incorrect medications given her.

Death[edit]

Chardale left a Last Will and Testament video. She gives her last statements as to the path she felt forced to take due to severe chronic illness and brain damage and the fact she could not get help from her insurance company.

Legacy[edit]

Kaycee Mackley has launched a Crowdrise campaign to honor her mother, Chardale (Dotson) Irvine, whose hard-fought battle with ME/CFS ended earlier this year. “I watched this illness slowly take my mother’s life, which ended Feb. 22, 2015 after suffering for over 20 years,” says Kaycee. “Since her death, I have struggled to find a way to honor her life.”[2]

Daughter Launches Crowdrise Campaign to Honor Mother[edit]

Crowdrise campaign Kaycee Mackley has launched a Crowdrise campaign to honor her mother, Chardale (Dotson) Irvine

Videos[edit]

Online presence[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Chardale Dotson Irvine Obituary
  2. Kaycee Mackley has launched a Crowdrise campaign to honor her mother, Chardale (Dotson) Irvine


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