OBITUARY

Edith C. Weiler

February 28, 1956January 6, 2019

Edith C. Weiler was born on February 28, 1956 and passed away on January 6, 2019.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, February 28, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Thursday, February 28, 2019
REMEMBERING

Edith C. Weiler

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Bridget Boylan

March 1, 2019

I remember meeting Edie and thinking she was the most
Beautiful woman I had ever seen.
Fortunately,’she came to
Live with my family, and added her light and love To our home. We would
Giggle Late At night
Together about the silliest things.
She always had a wonderful sense of humor and a lovely soft way of
Being. She called my dad Franky, and she really was one of the family. She will
Always remain in my heart as one of my
Favorite people, who I was
Blessed to know In this lifetime.

Richard Menzel

January 15, 2019

Edith was a true artist and a most compassionate one. I worked with her at several community events and was so impressed at her command of light and her ability to capture it through primitive tin-types. We stayed in touch during her illness and she was always upbeat. She will be missed for her creativity and, most importantly her compassion. Our condolences to Bill and the entire family.

Rosheen LaValley

January 13, 2019

I had the pleasure of Edie's friendship for over 35 years. She was such a warm and generous soul with a sparkle she shared with those close to her. I was fortunate to be one of those people. I sincerely hope that her sparkle continues to glow and provides some comfort to those who loved her so dearly. God bless.

Audrey Sylvester

January 13, 2019

Edie and I were photography students and friends at the NH Institute of Art. When the family lived in Manchester, I enjoyed visits to her home to talk photography and enjoy a cup of coffee. The move to Deerfield was an exciting adventure for her. I visited Deerfield when she had an exhibition in the town library. Gradually Deerfield became too distant for me to visit. I was shocked to read news of her illness in today's Monitor. She was all that the obituary described--a creative mind, talented, accomplished photographer, storyteller and a wonderful friend. Edie was a bright spot in the landscape. I am so very sorry for your loss, Bill. Audrey V. Sylvester, Bradford, NH.

Barbara Finch

January 12, 2019

Edie was such a sweet, fun, inspiring, and talented friend. Even though we drifted apart a bit over the years I will never forget you. We have shared so many good times together, sometimes just talking, having lunch, going to the fair. I pray you are at peace now. I pray for your family, especially Bill, who came into your life when you needed him most, and I pray your friends and family will all remember the good times and that these will help give them strength they need to continue on without your beautiful soul. Anyone who ever knew you will miss your cute smile and girlish giddiness. I am glad mom and I came to see you in November...Rest In Peace my sweet friend. Love you xoxo

Elaina Roberts Griffith

January 12, 2019

Edie was my partner in crime from the time she stepped into the halls of Littleton High School circa 1971. I spent more time laughing and living on the edge in those 3 crazy years, than at any time since!

We finally reconnected by phone in 2004 just a couple of weeks before my move to South Carolina. Sadly, there just wasn’t time to meet up, and regale ourselves with tales of our former adventures, in person. Instead, I loved having a small window into her life, as she blossomed into an amazingly unique, niche artist, through the 21st century magic of FaceBook.

Only the joy remains. Fair winds, and following seas, dear friend....

Fran Blazon

January 12, 2019

Oh Edie my camp tintype partner in crime how I will miss you.
I will miss your laughter, your childlike giddiness when you were excited, your loving nature.
What we shared was so magical that words cannot do it justice and to think we did it twice! Those long days of doing nothing but chatting,giggling and making tintypes were the best days of my life.
They will live forever in my heart and in my memory as will you my sweet Edie.
Bill my heart breaks for you. You were the love of her life, her bright, shining star who lit her way through this world.
I will keep you in my thoughts, my prayers and in my heart.
Love, Fran

Steven Potter

January 11, 2019

My sweet aunt I'll miss you so much r.i.p. I'll always remember how much you ment to me all the memoirs I have of you I'll love you always till we meet again fly high with the angles love always xoxo..

Erin Matyczynski

January 11, 2019

Through our art we live forever.

My sweet friend Edie, im so sorry to learn that your time on this earth is done. So happy your suffering is gone. My heart goes out to your family, how lucky and special it is that you had such a vibrant light in your lives, I only hope that the love and memories during this time give you strength and comfort during this difficult time. She was an energy and talent that i will truly miss. I feel so blessed that i got to know and love this woman and feel her love in return. Rest easy my sweet gal, thank u for your love and support.

Claire Lemire

January 11, 2019

Roland and I send our condolences to Edie's family and friends. We knew Edie from way back in the New Hampshire Professional Photographers Association where she was a member which we befriended early on. A lovely and enchanting person, she delivered beautiful and inspiring photographs to NHPPA where we all knew her as an artful and fine photographer. She was a woman who had a very creative aptitude in the art of photography, a visionary member who displayed her work to members of the NHPPA Association. I loved how she saw her subjects in a whole new light, a very talented woman whom we admired through her gifted photographic work. Our deepest sympathies to all who knew our gifted and talented friend. ~ Claire and Roland Lemire.

FROM THE FAMILY