OBITUARY

David Weissert

June 1, 1936January 4, 2014
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David Weissert, 77, of Gold Canyon AZ, passed away January 4, 2014 with his family by his side. He was survived by his wife Marla, son Dennis, daughter-in-law Cassie, stepdaughter Shari and grandchildren Danielle, Garrett and Delaney and Vincent and many nieces and nephews and other family members that loved him. He was born in Clifton, NJ on June 1, 1936 and served in the Air Force from 1954 to 1960 and retired from General Motors in 1992 after 32 years of service. He was a PER for the Payson Elks Lodge. He loved his family and computing.

Funeral arrangements will be held at Melcher Mortuary on Thursday Jan 9th 6625 E Main St Mesa 85205. Visitation will be from 11-1 with Services at 1pm. Reception following at Mesa Buckhorn Elks Lodge 6718 E Avalon St Mesa AZ 85205 at 2pm. A Military Service will be held 11:00 am Friday, January 17, 2014 at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona 23029 N. Cave Creek Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85024 .Family requests donations to the Veteran's Association in lieu of flowers.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, January 9, 2014
  • Celebration of Life Thursday, January 9, 2014
  • Inurnment Friday, January 17, 2014
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Cheryl Husslein

January 10, 2014

Oh so sorry to hear of your passing, you were a wonderful man to know, I have fond memories of you and Marla in our shop, my memories, oh how he love you Marla. Peace to you David on to the next journey. Love from Cheryl and Ray Gold Canyon Embroidery

Brenda Moore

January 9, 2014

Dad I've loved you my whole life, you Iwill always live on in my beautiful daughters , when I see their eyes as they are my father's .
No one can ever take that from me.
Daddy I hope that now you'll have a peaceful resting.
Until we meet again, I love you

Dave & Pat Vodika

January 9, 2014

We have known Dave for many years, through his brother Chuck, and always enjoyed our visits with him and Marla. Our evenings of playing Mexican train were so much fun when we lived in Dewey. We will miss him dearly.

Teri Weissert-Whaley

January 8, 2014

Uncle Dave was like a second parent and I love him very much. My heart is broken, but I know he's in a better place. I'm so grateful for all that he's done for me, and for the great care and love he gave to me and the entire Weissert Family. He loved his family, his country and life in general. I have so many fond memories growing up and couldn't have asked for a better Uncle. Rest in peace Uncle Dave. We love you!

Carol McClellan-Brunner

January 8, 2014

I knew David through his niece Kelli who is a friend of mine and has been been for over 30 years. I remember him as a very funny, kind man. I am sorry for your loss. RIP Dave.

Carol McClellan-Brunner

Rex , Dee Miller

January 8, 2014

Our Condolences .He sounded Like an Extraordinary Person.Very Loved and Gave back love Equally to his Immediate Family , Extended Families ,Friends. Our Thoughts and Prayers are with All the Families. . Thank You for your Service In The Air Force To Keep Our Nation Safe . R.I.P. Mr.Weissert in the Loving Arms of Our Lord .

alyssa whaley

January 7, 2014

We loved Uncle Dave:) He always brought fun and happiness to our family gatherings. He will always be in our hearts.

Carlos Quintero

January 7, 2014

May God be with you and give you peace at this time. We have fond memories and really enjoyed being around him. With thoughts and prayers, Carlos & Cinda Quintero

Bevereley Robison

January 7, 2014

Dear Marla, Dennis, Cassie......We will forever remember the fun times we had in Prescott Valley playing Cards....Going for breakfast and spending many weekends with you and Dave. Dave was my "brother".....after I left the family..
Love to you all and may Heavenly Father bless you with comfort during this time of sorrow. Love Micky (Payson, Arizona)

Burch Lovely

January 6, 2014

Dear Marla, I only knew Dave through our e-mail correspondence, but consider him a good friend. We shared the experience of having been stationed at Ashiya Air Force base although at different times. My condolences to you and the family. My prayers and thoughts are with you.