OBITUARY

Douglas Ray Weider

August 15, 1947December 31, 2020
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Douglas Ray Weider, age 73 of Greenville, Ohio passed away at 7:04 AM Thursday December 31, 2020 at his residence. Doug was born August 15, 1947 in Darke County, Ohio and the son of the late Paul P. and Betty H. (Jay) Weider.

Doug retired in 2006 from the US Post Office where he had been employed for 38 years as a Postal Clerk. He was a veteran serving in the US Army from 1966 until 1968. Also a member of the Greenville Missionary Church, the Greenville V.F.W. and Moose Lodge. He enjoyed bowling, square dancing, playing euchre and years ago had coached the softball team for his daughter Rae Lynn. Doug was a 1965 graduate of Greenville High School and had been involved in the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program.

In addition to his parents, Doug was preceded in death by his brother Rev. Gregory Errgong Weider May 2020.

Doug is survived by his wife of 50 years Marilyn Kay (Birt) Weider of Greenville. They were married October 3, 1970. Also his daughter Rae Lynn Burns of Greenville; granddaughters Hayley Burns and Paige Burns; great granddaughter Kali Rae Callihan, sister Marilyn Buckloh of Medina, Ohio as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Private Funeral Services will be held at the convenience of the family in the Zechar Bailey Funeral Home Greenville, Ohio with Pastor Gary Oser officiating. Burial will follow in the Greenville Township Memorial Gardens. The Greenville Veterans Honor Guard will conduct Full Military Honors at the funeral home.

The Private Family Only Funeral Service will be Live Streamed on Tuesday January 5, 2021 at 11:00 AM on the Zechar Bailey Funeral Home Facebook Page. It is the wishes of the family that Memorial Contributions be given to Greenville V.F.W. 219 N. Ohio Street Greenville, Ohio.

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Art and Wanda Grosch

January 16, 2021

Dear Marilyn, we are sorry for your loss. Love and prayers to you and your family.

michael mackenzie

January 6, 2021

To the Weider family from the MacKenzie family. Along with many
other families who lived on Washington ave, the Frankmans, Gettingers, Brumbaughs, Bells, Schmermunds, McVays,Saylors,Birts and Foute and more. Our neighborhood was the greatest growing up. I use to mow your grass. When your grandpa owned Weiders Dairy Bar, I took care of the grass and land there too. When he would pay me, I would buy a hot fudge sundae with whipp cream, nuts and a cherry on top. Our thoughts are with you.

Jim Hunt

January 6, 2021

Marilyn, Rae Lynn & Family

My deepest sympathy to all of you. Many days spent on the softball
fields with our girls and many good memories. R I P


Jim Hunt

Comprehensive Health Network

January 4, 2021

May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time.
Our deepest condolences

Shannon Smith (Wickham)

January 1, 2021

I'm so sorry for your loss. Doug was a wonderful man that I will always remember smiling & cheering Rae Lynne & all of us on playing many softball games. My thoughts & prayers are with you.

Amy Grogean

December 31, 2020

May God wrap his loving arms around you, Doug. You fought a long battle and remained a joy to talk to or take on transit. Rest in peace.

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