William David Weisenburger, Sr.
Dec 29, 1934 – Jul 22, 2014
William David Weisenburger, Sr. 79, of Kents Store, Virginia passed away on Tuesday, July 22, 2014. He is preceded in death by his wife Alice Maude Weisenburger; and is survived by two sons; Dr. William D. Weisenburger, Jr. and wife Teresa of Triangle, VA and Randall Weisenburger and wife Catherine of Greenwich, Conn. and four grandchildren; Breanne Adkins, Nicole Weisenburger, Randall Weisenburger,II and William D. Weisenburger, III.Family will receive friends 6-8pm on Friday, July 25th at Woodward Funeral Home, Louisa, VA; where a funeral service will be held at 11am on Saturday, July 26 with interment to follow in St. Jude’s Catholic Church Cemetery.In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Shriners Children’s Hospital at www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org/
You will be dearly missed Gramp, thank you for always welcoming me into your family. You were the only Grandfather I ever had.
You were always there for me. You showed me things I would never have seen without you. We did a lot of things together for a lot of years. I am going to miss you forever.
you are going to be missed thanks for all the good times you showed Delcie you were good to her, will miss you
A limb has fallen from the family tree. I keep hearing a voice that says, Grieve not for me. Remember the best times the laughter the song. The good life I lived while I was strong. Continue my heritage I`m counting on you. Keep smiling and surely the sun will shine through. My mind is at ease my soul is at rest. Remembering all how I truly was blessed. Continue traditions no matter how small. Go on with your life don`t worry about falls. I miss you all dearly so keep your chin up. Until the day comes we`re together again don`t forget I love you.””
I have lost my best buddy in the whole world (a dear friend for more than 15 years). I will miss our telephone conversations three or four times a week and especially the contents of the phone calls. Will never forgot our last conversation; you had cleaned out the house in Fairfax and found many, many good memories of your first love, Alice. We laughed and laughed about things Alice had done during your marriage and how much you loved her…and that is a wonderful memory for me. It was good to hear you laugh so much, knowing you weren`t feeling your best…I will love you always, my friend…and thanks to your family for their friendship over the years.
Our circle of friends is becoming smaller and smaller and with the passing of Brother Bill and Alice has made our circle so much smaller. Our prayers are with the family and our thoughts are about the good times we shared so long ago. Till we meet again, John and Lou
Dear Bill and Randy,All my memories of you Dad are fond ones. He was a generous man with a big heart and how he loved his two sons and your Mom. It has been many years since last we spoke but my memory of him is so clear.Bill Weisenburg was among so many good things, a doer and a patriot. When he saw something that needed doing, he did it with a sense of commitment. I wish him, Godspeed. I wish you and all the family Peace. Your Mom and Dad were great people.Regards,Bob White
An old friend from jr high and central high in sioux city
Bill was more than my boss, he was a mentor and a friend – He and Alice always treated me like I was one of their own. He was so proud of `David & Randy,` and he often said about Alice, She`s a good `ol gal.” I will think of them both fondly and often. May God Bless the Weisenburger family.”
So sorry for your loss. Remember serving on student council with Bill at Woodrow Wilson Jr. High & graduating from Central High School in same class, June 4, 1953 in Sioux City ,IA. He was a very nice guy.
Worked with Bill for 13 years at SciComm and before that as a supplier when I was at AEL and he was with the government many years back. Bill was always a friend. Rest in Peace Bill.
Knew Mr. Weisenburger thru my parents and worked with him thru SciComm. I`m so sorry to hear he has passed. He was a wonderful person and will be missed. We always visited with his family when we went up north. God bless and rest in peace.