Kathleen M. Weir

April 18, 1943October 3, 2020

Kathleen M. Weir 77 of Uncasville passed away Saturday October 3, 2020 in Norwich, CT.

Kathleen was born April 18, 1943 in Scranton, PA the daughter of the late John and Dorothy Leidinger Lilly. She married Paul J. Weir on December 29, 1962 in Scranton.

Kathleen was proud to be a homemaker and a Navy wife. She was honored to accompany Paul to several duty stations including Newfoundland, Charleston, SC., Ballston Spa, NY., Middletown, RI., Groton, CT., Portsmouth, N H., and Chicago, IL. Additionally she enjoyed traveling to Studebaker meets with him especially when they were able to stop at different Casinos along the way. She was an avid bowler and bowled with the same ladies, some of her closest friends, for fifty years. A devoted wife, she is survived by her husband Paul J. Weir of Uncasville. As an adoring mother, grandmother and great grandmother she is survived by her sons Paul Weir Jr. (Jo-Anne) of Voluntown, Jeffrey Weir (Kimberly) of Hurlock, MD and daughter Robin Meyer (Joe) of North Franklin; six grandchildren and five step grandchildren: Rebecca (Dalton) Hayes, Katy Watkins, Matthew Watkins, Megan Weir, Samantha Weir, Sydney Weir, Dale Watkins (Tra), Timothy Klucky, Christopher Meyer (Liz), Daniel Meyer (Sarah), Brittany Meyer, Great grandson Jackson Hayes and three step great grandchildren, Chase Meyer, Cameron Meyer and Riley Morgan. She is also survived by her brother Robert “Bobby” Lilly and sisters Maryann Donovan and Dorothy Murray (Joseph) all of PA.

Sadly she was predeceased by her brother John “Jackie” Lilly and step grandson Gerald Watkins III.

Services for Kathleen are private and at the convenience of her family.

Kathleen was a 25 year Breast Cancer survivor; in lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made in her memory to the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation 187 Williams St, New London, CT 06320.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Cal & Diane Herman

October 15, 2020

Best friend ever,more than 45 years. We had so many laughs on ladies weekends. Kathy kept us laughing.

Marcia Zabawa

October 13, 2020

There are many wonderful memories of our childhood with my crazy, fun loving cousin Kathy. Even though we have lived in different parts of the country for so many years, I will still miss her.


October 10, 2020


Josephine Feldhaus

October 8, 2020

Kathy was a wonderful & kind friend. She was always there to give me help, if needed. Our husbands were on submarines & we lived in Navy housing, two duplexes in between Kathy's & mine. We spent so much time together when our husbands were out on patrol. You can say we almost lived together with the hours & hours we would spend together. Kathy, with three children, and me with two, resulted in fun times & lots of laughter. We shared many stories together. Kathy, you & the memories will always be with me. Rest in peace, my friend.


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