John W. Blair

April 8, 1919October 27, 2011

Burial arrangements under the direction of Roselawn Funeral Home and Cemetery.


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Sandra Mason

November 1, 2011

Lanell and Family: So sorry that we did not know about your fathers death until late Saturday night. Your father was a very special person and was loved by all. We will miss him and his sweet smile every time he came to the office. You were a loving and caring daughter to both your mom and father. May God be with you all at this time. Your Friends Sandra, Ann and Dr. Gowda

Ronald Hall

October 29, 2011

I was blessed to have known and associated with Weldon Blair. I served with him in several church activities years back,and always found him to be positive, balanced, and always functioning in the role of a Christian servant. The world could use a lot more Weldon Blairs!

October 29, 2011

Our deepest sympathies to each member of the family. God bless each of you.

Nelle Rooks, Ron Rooks, and DiAnne Rooks Caspers

October 29, 2011

Dear Family,
John was such a sweet, kind, gentle man. He was always spreading joy and humor with his witty remarks. Yet there was also the serious side of him. I knew him most through the Ernest Ray Sunday School class. I will miss his apple pie when I come home again.

My sympathy to all of you at this time. My prayers are with you.
Love, Peggy Bartlett

Gail Pyron

October 29, 2011

Dear Lanelle, Tommy and family,
How very fortunate we are to have had such a wonderful person in our lives to lead, guide and direct us in the ways of Christian principles and just a sound, solid and decent human being. In the storms of life, Uncle Weldon was a beacon in the dark, steering us toward sound principles and just plain common sense and decency. We were so fortunate, and his loss is so profound. No one will ever take his it should be. The sorrow is overwhelming, but the lagacy lives on. Now we are challenged to pass the torch of kindness and goodness. We had so much pride in looking at him as our Uncle and the bar that he set so high. So, his legacy is this: to minister to those who are lost and struggling against the forces of evil in this crazy and cruel world--to speak a word of kindness and give sound, commmon sense advice to someone who is 'lost at sea' Who he was and how he lived made the biggest impact..beyond the spoken word. Now those of us who were fortunate enough to be loved and counseled by him, hopefully will pass on the blessings of one who lived in Christ and practiced what he believed in all those whose lives he touched. We are blessed. A fond farewell as our uncle joins Aunt Lorene, our mother, father, sister and others he cherished in this world in a place that knows no sorrow. We will all meet again. Rest in peace, our beloved Uncle. The children of Alma and Alvin Weathers.