James R Weidenhof


Graveside Service

1:00 PM Wed., Jul. 01, 2015
Location: Pine Grove Cemetery


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James R. Weidenhof, 59 years old, passed away at his home in Newport. He was born June 16, 1956 to the late William J. and Betty (Fry) Weidenhof. He is survived by his daughter, Kelly Stipe of Hershey; son, James Weidenhof Jr. Carlisle; granddaughter, Dagny Jane Stipe; brothers, William Collier, Carl and Tim Weidenhof and sister, Theresa Wilson.  He was preceded in death by brothers, Michael Collier and Steve Weidenhof.
Graveside Services will be held at  1 PM Wednesday in the Pine Grove Cemetery, Newport. In lieu of flowers, contributions are requested to the David Myers Funeral Home, Newport to assist with funeral expenses.

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Joyce Henry-Myers
   Posted Tue June 30, 2015
Jim and I go way back. We were special friends during our teenage years, and wrote many, many letters back and forth. He was a very deep thinker and his philosophy on life during those years was very intense. He was also a very funny guy and so artistic. I thought at the time he might become a writer or an artist. We visited a couple of times, but enjoyed a special day together at Disneyland many years ago. We rode so many rides and laughed and laughed! Glenn and Steve shared in our fun. Jim was a handsome young man, so witty and full of life. We lost touch over the years but I thought of him and his family often and with great affection. With the help of my daughter and his son, we "reconnected" via the phone just a couple of months ago, and enjoyed a wonderful conversation full of laughter. He was so proud of his children and the love for his family was evident. His passing has made me very sad. Jim will always hold a special place in my heart. Sincere condolences to his family.

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