OBITUARY

Albert Harvey Weese

October 10, 1939April 2, 2019

Albert H. Weese passed away at the age of 79 on April 2, 2019. He was born on October 10, 1939 in Seiling, Oklahoma to John and Pauline Weese. Albert loved cattle ranching and was a cowboy at heart. While in his late teens, he enjoyed the taste of A & W Root Beer. On one of his visits, he noticed a young car hopper named, Carol and immediately became smitten with her. At every visit, somehow she would always be the one to serve his car. After several visits, Albert finally got the courage to ask her out for a date. Two years later, Albert and Carol were married. Albert and Carol relocated to Las Vegas in the 80’s with their family. They enjoyed playing softball together with Albert as the pitcher and Carol way in the outfield. When Albert wasn’t playing softball, he coached the girl softball team, umpired girl softball games, and co-owned and worked at the concession stand at the softball games. In addition, in his spare time he liked watching his favorite football teams play, the Dallas Cowboys and the Atlanta Braves and also watching RFDTV. Albert will be missed by those who loved him and knew him well.

He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Carol Weese; and his extended family and friends. Albert requested not to have any services.

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Albert Harvey Weese

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Tiyonna Ford Evans

April 6, 2019

I remember summer weekends hanging out with Kristie and her parents at the softball field in Park City sharing many memories. I also remember watching Al and Carol playing softball with my parents. Those are treasured childhood fun and memories for me to treasure. I'm sure Al and my Dad are up there playing a few softball games together. So sorry for your loss! My thoughts are with your family.

Daughter Kristie Cunningham

April 5, 2019

When I was a kid I tried to watch movies like Friday the 13th and dad knew I was a chicken. So every time we tried to watch something scary daddy would choose just the right moment to throw small pillows across the room at me. Scared me to death every time..

Daughter Kristie Cunningham

April 5, 2019

My dad was a jokester. He always knew I worried about him and he got me good one Thanksgiving. Chuck and I were over at there house this year. And I asked Dad how he was doing... Big mistake. Next thing I knew he started shaking and mumbling acting like something was seriously wrong. I about had a heart attack. The whole table was laughing at my reaction. But that was dad

Karen Keller

April 3, 2019

Being a cattle rancher back in the day, I’d guess he’d have been a force to be reckoned with. May he be at peace wrapped in the loving arms of Jesus. 🙏🏻❤️

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY