Obit: Weyer, Michael C.
Contact: Kathleen E. Englebretson
Surnames: Weyer, Lindner, Weyer, Zuehlke, Lindreth, Dux, Meyer, Friske, Brux, Butterbrodt, Loos, Walter, Volovsek, Rhinehart, Parker, Tasse, Johnson, Bord, Redig
---Source: Marshfield News-Herald (4 November 1983)
LOYAL-- Services for Michael C. Weyer, 66, Route 2, Loyal, who died Thursday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, will be Monday at St. Anthony's Catholic Church.
The Rev. James Logan will officiate and burial will be in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers will be Perry, Daniel and Scott Lindner, Dennis, Joe and Al Weyer.
Honorary pallbearers will be George Zuehlke Sr., Holgar Lindgreth, Verland Dux, Alfred Meyer, Norbert Friske, Harland Brux, William Butterbrodt and Alex Loos.
Visitation at the Rinka Funeral Home will be Sunday and Monday until service time. The PCCW will have a rosary service followed by a prayer service and a Knights of Columbus rosary.
He was born December 10, 1916 in the Town of Loyal, to the late Mr. and Mrs. John (Helen Redig) Weyer. He received his education at St. Anthony's Catholic School. He married Mary Walter June 18, 1940 in Loyal. After their marriage, they farmed in the Town of Loyal and for the past two years he was semi-retired.
He was a member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church and its Holy Name Society; the Knights of Columbus, Our Lady of Fatima Council and was actively involved in the Christian Center of Meditation in Willard.
Survivors include his wife; and the following 12 children, John of Greenwood, Mrs. Lavern (Joan) Lindner of Loyal, Lawrence "Hap" of Loyal, Mrs. Arthur (Shirley) Lindner of Loyal, Mrs. David (Mary Ellen) Volovsek of Greenwood, Thomas of Greenwood, Mrs. Michael (Rosemary) Volovsek of Marshfield, Mrs. Gary (Patricia) Rhinehart of Anchorage, Alaska, Mrs. Jeffrey (Christine ) Parker of Loyal, and Peter, Paul, and Mark, all of Loyal; four brothers, Andrew of Phoenix, Arizona, Alex of Seattle, Washington, Richard of Tripoli and Robert of Loyal; three sisters, Mrs. Greg (Coletta) Tasse of Marshfield, Mrs. Carl (Ann) Johnson of Phoenix, Arizona and Mrs. Donald (Rosa) Bord of Wisconsin Rapids; and 22 grandchildren.
He was predeceased by a brother, George, and a sister, Marie.
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