AVIS DE DÉCÈS

Roy Weidler

8 juin 194727 janvier 2018

Of Fairfax, VA on January 27, at the age of 70.

Beloved husband of 37 years to Marcia Weidler; father of David (Karina); and grandfather of Michelle, Alexander, and Clio.

Roy was a devoted employee for 49 years with Housing and Urban Development. He recently retired as a Financial Systems Analyst.

A service to celebrate Roy’s life will be held on Friday, February 2 at 11 am at Demaine Funeral Home, Springfield. Interment will follow at Fairfax Memorial Park.

Donations can be made in Roy’s memory to So Others Might Eat, some.org.

Services

  • Funeral Service

    vendredi, 2 février , 2018

Souvenirs

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Jeff Salit

5 février , 2018

Dear Family of Roy.

My prayers go out to you and your family. I have enjoyed working with him for over 20 years. He always talk positive things about his family and friends.

Natalia Yee

2 février , 2018

Dear Family of Roy. May caring thoughts comfort you at this time of sorrow. Roy and I had wonderful conversations in the office. He spoke of love for his family very often. We will miss him. The office events will not be the same without him.

Jo Ellen Walker

2 février , 2018

Dear Marcia and family, I send my sincere condolences to you on the loss of your dear Roy. I loved seeing him at the Loft Gallery. He was always so happy to be with everyone, and being part of the activities. Roy will be missed by all of us.

Margaret Wilson

1 février , 2018

To the family of Roy Weidler you have my deepest sympathy for your loose. Roy worked in the office with me up until his retirement he was a hard worker and enjoyed what he was during. I will keep his family in pray.

Nadine Burke

1 février , 2018

My prayers and condolences to you and your family. Roy will be greatly missed.

Colleen Weiser

31 janvier , 2018

Dear Family of Roy, My prayers and thoughts go out to you at this time of your deepest grief. I interacted with Roy daily during my early years at HUD. He helped me understand one of the financial processes. It was obvious that he was a wealth of knowledge and took great pride in his work. I was pleased that he was one of those rare individuals that was generous enough to share his knowledge to the new generations of HUD employees. His passing comes as a shock even to many of his colleagues. Our greatest wish for dedicated employees like Roy is for them to enjoy their golden years in the retirement that they have earned being a loyal and dedicated public servant. May you be blessed with comfort and friendship in the days ahead. In sympathy, Colleen Weiser

Jan Moffatt

31 janvier , 2018

I joined The Loft Gallery in 1991 and became friends with Marcia over the next 25 years Roy and Marcia were always at the gallery when we had events and Roy would welcome guests and knew everyone in Occoquan. My prayers and warmest wishes to Marcia and the family. Roy will be missed.

Danette Beasley

31 janvier , 2018

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Michelle Bennett

30 janvier , 2018

Michelle Bennett

30 janvier , 2018

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