Maggie Deiss Obituary – Death: Nurse At Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Maggie Deiss Passes Away

Maggie Deiss Obituary – Death: Nurse At Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Maggie Deiss Passes Away

Maggie Deiss Obituary News: Maggie Deiss passed away suddenly on December 27, 2022, at her home in Nashville, Tennessee, and is mourned by her family and friends.

According to her family, Maggie Deiss passed away due to an undetermined cause. The official social media pages of several people who referred to the medical nurse at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center as an angel and the most kind and unselfish person ever known reported her death.

Who Was Maggie Deiss?

26-year-old The daughter of Brian and Catherine Deiss was Margaret “Maggie” Coyle Deiss. Loved sister of Matthew Deiss and Mary “Molly” Deiss (fiancé Patrick Winter). Numerous aunts and uncles cherished Maggie as their niece, and she is survived by a large number of relatives.

Maggie, a nurse, attended the University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing for her undergraduate studies.

Maggie continued to work in the medical field at places including Chicago’s Child & Adolescent Health Associates, Nashville’s Lurie Children’s Hospital, and Nashville’s Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

People Shared Condolences on Social Media

Maggie, you were known to everyone as an angel. Being kind, happy, and the most selfless person I’ve ever met, you spent your high school summers on CPC mission trips (some of my fondest memories with you), your college spring breaks on volunteer trips, and then you decided to become a nurse to be able to spend even more of your time helping others. This actually demonstrates having a servant’s heart. I’ll never forget your laugh, grin, and never-ending words of love and support for everyone in your vicinity. You brought so much light into our lives.

My lovely pal. Hope you know how much Maggie loved you. When I arrived on my first day as a nurse and realized I had forgotten my stethoscope, I appreciate your kindness and grace.

I appreciate you showing up at the beginning of my first date with Lucas and crashing it. You were always our biggest supporter, I know. You were the finest Nashville roommate I could have asked for, popping popcorn and doing the dishes at three in the morning while I was fast asleep.