81, passed away
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Dad, the love of our Mother’s life,
took her as his bride on
Mother made a loving home for Dad and for the six of us. She cooked countless meals, changed our thousands of diapers and powdered our bottoms. Mother healed and soothed our scrapes and bruises, nursed our illnesses, laughed at our stunts and smiled at our silliness. She served our classmates as their “Room Mother” and welcomed our friends into our home. Mother worried when we were troubled, was joyful when we triumphed and took quiet pride in each of us.
Mother loved us more than we truly understood in those busy early years and though we loved her deeply, we were unable to ever repay all her love. And so, because she loved us and we loved her in return, we will miss our Mother. We are comforted by our memories of this special lady and by our certainty that she is at last pain free, at peace and will continue to watch over Dad and all of her family.
She is survived by her husband, Robert “Bob” Weisheit; children, Richard “Dick” Weisheit and his wife Teresa of Owensville and their four children and seven grandchildren, Keith Weisheit and his wife Lori of Evansville and their four children and eight grandchildren, Kim Weisheit and his wife Debbie of Campbelltown, Ind. and their four children and two grandchildren, Debbie McDowell and her husband, Don of Spring, Texas and their two children, Brad Weisheit and his wife Carolyn of Newburgh and their three children and Scott Weisheit and his wife Denise of Corona, Calif. and their two children and one grandchild; numerous nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews; and several brothers-in-law; and sisters-in-law.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and two brothers, Fred and Denny Brown.
Funeral services will be at
Visitation will be from Thursday at Colvin Funeral Home.