Robert Louis Weidner, age 78, of Greenville, PA passed away Friday, December 27, 2019 in St. Paul's Senior Living Community.
He was born in Erie, PA on March 31, 1941 to Virginia and Raymond Weidner. He was a 1961 graduate of Union City Area High School.
On October 29, 1964 he married the former Lowellyn (Lyn) Whipple, she survives at home. Bob served in the U.S. Navy aboard both a destroyer and then a guided missle destroyer based in Norflok, VA, and was deployed twice to the Mediterranean. Following his service, he moved to Greenville where he worked for several area businesses, retiring after 19 years with the Greenville House. Following his retirement, Bob volunteered at the VA and later St. Paul's, where he regularly called bingo and other volunteer activities as needed.
In addition to his wife, Bob is survived by a daughter; Mimi (Darin) Lorent of Transfer, PA, a son; Michael of Florida, six grandchildren, Lacey, Katey and Jakob Lorent, Josh, Cassie and Trevor Weidner, a great-granddaughter; Vera Toro, a brother; Raymond L. Weidner, Jr. and his mother-in-law; Maryhelen Whipple of Florida.
Per Bob's wishes, there will be no services. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Paul's Senior Living Community, 339 E. Jamestown Rd., Greenville, PA 16125 or to the donor's choice. Arrangements have been entrusted to Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville.
Lyn, Mimi, Mike, and Buster
Our condolences on the passing of Bob (to me always Bobby). He was one of my favorite cousins and I have fond memories of our yearly get togethers at your home, Lyn, in the summer. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Donna and Bob Bailey
So sorry to hear of the passing of Bobby. I am grateful for the reunions he arranged for the Nuber side at his residence on the request of his mom after her passing. I had a opportunity to get to know Bobby better and he sure could roast a pig to perfection. Thinking of you during this time of sorrow. Karen and Gary Nuber.
I got to talk to Bob on Friday even though he did not talk to me he seemed to know me being there.
Bob was my computer guy and also for some of my family. When we had a problem he would help us fix it.
I did not know of Bob’s condition until recently, I am glad I got to see him before passed away.
My Condolence’s to you and your Family at this sad time.
So sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. I have fond memories growing up next door to you, playing catch with Bob, and playing cards with you, Bob and Bob’s mom. Condolences to you and your family.
Lyn, so sorry to hear this. I ad an inkling something was up when I hadn’t heard from him in awhile. Please know ya’ll are in my thoughts and prayers.
I am deeply sorry for your loss. My heartfelt sympathy goes to your entire family during this difficult time. You can have the great joy of seeing your loved one again in perfect health in paradise with no more sickness, pain or death according to Revelation 21:4. May God give your entire family peace and comfort during this time of grief.
I was so very sorry to read about your husband passing. From the comments here, I can see that he was well loved. I just wanted you to know that I was thinking
about you and offer my condolences to you and your family. Peace. Lori Dolan, Erie County
So sorry to hear that Bob had passed. I know that he will be missed but that he is in a better place now.
My condolences to you and your family.
Brian Kytchak D.C.
Lyn…we haven’t seen Bob in many years, but remember him fondly. Tried to send a card to the house but it was sent back to us saying there was no mailbox? We send you our love and hopes that God will bring you comfort in the days ahead. God bless you and your family at this sad time. Bill and Mary Jane Fay