Kenneth G. Weisel

March 28, 1932February 22, 2013

Kenneth G. Weisel , 80 years old, passed away Friday February 22 2013 in Pottstown Memorial Medical Center. Ken was a resident at Frederick Living Community and a past resident of Boyertown. Born in Perkasie to the late Mamie (Greenawalt) and Curwen Weisel, he was a graduate of Hilltown High School as well as Ursinus College. He received his master’s degree in Education from Lehigh University. Ken, who retired in 1992, was a mathematics teacher at Boyertown Junior High West Center. He also served in the US Army. He was active in his community and church life at New Life Bible Fellowship in Oley. He also had served as a Meals on Wheels Volunteer, on the zoning board for the borough of Boyertown, and was a judge of elections for many years. In his free time he enjoyed singing, golfing and playing chess. He especially loved time with his grandchildren. Beloved by his family, he is survived by his wife Patricia (Jafolla) whom he cherished. He is also survived by his children Daughter Pamela, wife of Dave Yanusko, and mother of Bethany Marvel, Chelsea and Ian Yanusko, as well as grandmother of Noah Marvel. Daughter Carolyn Loughery, who is the mother of Samuel Loughery. Son Stephen husband of Donna and father of Nathaniel, Tori and Zachary Weisel. Youngest son Andrew husband of Kristin and father of Benjamin, Aaron and Emma Weisel. Kenneth is also survived by a brother Donald husband of Marion Weisel and a sister Eleanor Vogel. Funeral services will be held Thursday February 28th at 11 AM from New Life Bible Fellowship Rte 73 Oley Pa. Viewing will be held Wednesday February 27th from 6:30 till 8:30 at Linwood W. Ott Funeral Home 111 North reading Ave. Boyertown, Pa. Friends and relatives will also be received Thursday from 9:30 till 10:45 at the church. In lieu of flowers contributions can be made in his memory to New Life Bible Fellowship, PO box 114 Oley Pa. 19547. Family request you write “missions” in the correspondence. Burial will be private at the convenience of the family in Limerick Garden of Memories. Online condolences can be made at LWOTTFUNERALHOME.COM


  • Visitation Wednesday, February 27, 2013
  • Funeral Service Thursday, February 28, 2013
  • Visitation Thursday, February 28, 2013

Kenneth G. Weisel

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Betty (Updegrove) Miller

March 10, 2013

So sorry to hear of Mr Weisel's passing. He was a wonderful math teacher. He was part of my "remember where you were" moment - i was sitting in his class and heard the announcement of Predident Kennedy's assassination. He was a dedicated, compassionate man in the classroom and his life. He will truly be missed.

February 28, 2013

Barb and I send our sincere condolences to Pat and the family.You know how much you and Ken meant to us.We'll be unable to attend because of Barb's illness.Please accept our love and prayers. George & Barbara Gibson

Patty Capaldo

February 27, 2013

Dear Pat and family, I was so sorry to hear about Ken's passing. His kind and loving spirit will live on in our hearts. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Love, Patty (Kline) & Rich Capaldo

Linnette Hulbert

February 26, 2013

My sincere condolences to Pat and the Weisel families on the loss of dear Ken. I was so sad to hear of his passing, and extend my sincere sympathy to you all. He will be sadly missed, but fondly remembered by all the students whose lives he touched. My love to you dear cousin Pat

Lin Hulbert (Nettie Ott!)

Christine Hyde

February 26, 2013

Although it's been many years since we visited with Ken and Patsy, we remember you fondly. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Weisel family. Michael, Christine, Megan and Mary Hyde (Christine is Marie Jafolla Tampe's daughter)

Cindy Murray

February 26, 2013

Condolences to Pat and the Weisel family in thier time of sorrow. Surely the chior of angels has added another wonderful member while this earth has lost a beautiful sole.

Carol Culp

February 25, 2013

Ken always had a huge smile and twinkle in his eye. We had some fun times working together at Junior High West.

Linda & Frank Ferraro

February 25, 2013

Dear Pat & family, We are so very sorry to hear of Ken's passing. We remember him as a teacher and colleague. Pat, I do remember what a wonderful organist and choir director you were at St. John's. Please accept our most sincere sympathy. With love, Linda and Frank Ferraro

Terry & Charlene Starr

February 25, 2013

Ken left a positive lasting impression to the many lives he touched over the years in both his teaching career and to all who had the good fortune to come to know him. He exemplified the word "goodness" in every respect and while God's Angels rejoice at his homecoming, we are saddened by the news that our world has lost one of it's finest. Our thoughts and prayers are with his loving family.

Margaret Harner

February 25, 2013

Ken was a beautiful person, and it was my good fortune to have taught with him for many years. My condolences to his lovely wife and family. He will be missed,