OBITUARY

C.B. Weilbrenner Jr.

December 22, 1956November 12, 2020
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C Bernal Weilbrenner Jr. Resident of Choctaw, Ok Dec. 22, 1956- Nov. 12, 2020

C was born in Orange, California and graduated from Turlock High School in 1975. He earned a degree in Computerized Drafting from Hartnell College, after serving in the U.S. Army for over 15 years. C joined the military in 1975, graduating from basic training at Fort Ord California. He attained the rank of Sergeant and while serving he trained as Military Police, Cannon Crewman, and Motor Transport Operator. He was an Expert Rifleman and earned his Parachute Badge, among others. C served his country honorably while stationed at Fort Ord, Ca; Augsburg, Germany; and Fort Sill, Ok. He also spent time in Cambodia, Korea, and Thailand. C married his beautiful wife on November 12, 1983. He worked mainly at Oklahoma Department of Transportation as a Transit Program Project Manager, retiring after 22 years on June 1, 2019. C enjoyed being on his Ham Radio, riding his motorcycle, shooting guns, and was a member of the Knights of Columbus as a Deputy Grand Knight. C is survived by his loving wife, Rena Weilbrenner; sister Lisa Weilbrenner; children Noelle and Billy Newton, Nadja Rosenzweig, Kimberley and Chris Greer, Christopher Weilbrenner; grandchildren Brittney and Rick Norris, Briceton and Brandon Arnold, Emiley and Samantha Hilliary, Fee and Tova Rosenzweig, Emily and Brentley Newton; great grandson Braxton Newton. He was proceeded in death by mother and father Betty and C Weilbrenner Sr., and son Michael Weilbrenner. C lived his life as a proud patriot, a jack of all trades, and was truly a master of all. He will be missed and loved by the many family members and friends.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, November 19, 2020

  • Mass Service

    Friday, November 20, 2020

  • Burial

    Friday, November 20, 2020

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Michael Kimbro

November 21, 2020

I was first introduced to C as a fellow ham radio operator (W6NNH) around 2002. C was a jack of all trades. He had worked on machinery out in California for food processing. He knew the old mainframe as well as the new computer systems and the electronics and programming that went with them. He knew the mechanical systems with servos, stepper motors, pneumatics, hydraulics, and all other types of things. He could cut, grind, and weld. We spent hours talking over projects. Like me, he had a shop that always needed cleaning up and projects he never got to. He even remodeled his kitchen and had to replace the floor joists (he wasn't expecting that). I joined C at the Choctaw Amateur's Radio Club K5CAR and had fun for several years. C loved making home made antennas and HF radio (long distance over seas) contacts. We both got too busy and eventually got away from the club. C eventually was able to retire from ODOT and went right to work on the projects around the house that he had always wanted to get too. He was cutting down and cleaning up trees on his place at a regular pace even though he had a quadruple heart bypass. He was starting to get back into ham radio as he had more time. He had just got in a new radio and of course made a new antenna for it (no store bought for him). He was volunteering at his Church and he loved it. C loved his dog Astro (doberman pinscher) and took him everywhere. He was always in the back of the truck. C loved his family very much. I will miss C, he was a good friend. KD5TLM

Terry Collom

November 16, 2020

Our prayers go out to all of C.'s family. C. was a very kind and caring person, and was a joy to work with during his time at ODOT. He will be deeply missed!!

Noelle Newton

November 14, 2020

I LOVE YOU DAD!!! I'm soo sorry you had to leave Mom soo soon! Life seems soo empty without you and mom is really hurting. But I promise I will do all I can to help her get through this. Life is gonna be different without you here but I will ALWAYS be by her side if she needs me! LOVE AND REST IN GODS ARMS DAD...

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