Andrew John Weigle

Dec 7, 2020
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Due to COVID a private family service will be held.  A celebration of life will be held when we can all safely gather.



Burial in Orange Township Cemetery, Waterloo.


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Andrew John Weigle, 52, of Huxley, formerly of Waterloo and McGregor, died on Monday, December 7, 2020. Andrew was born on October 30, 1968, in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, the son of Larry and Ruth (Troester) Weigle. He graduated from Waterloo West High School in 1987. Andrew pursued his love of photography by graduating from the Hawkeye Community College Photography Program in 1989.


After graduation Andrew practiced his art at Vorland Photography in Cedar Falls, on Copper Mountain in Colorado and in Germany.   He drew his energy from knowing people and forging relationships with others.  As owner/operator of Georgioz Pizza in Colfax, he was an artisan with his pizza creations.  He built excellent friendships with his customers and community through his personality and his food.  He loved the outdoors whether it was fly fishing using his own beautifully tied flies or logging miles on his motorcycle.  Many motorcycle trips included traveling to northern Iowa to watch his nephews play baseball and day trips with the love of his life, Cara.  Above all, the relationships most important to Andrew were his family and time spent with them.  He especially enjoyed the company of his niece and nephews but most of all he loved traveling with Cara, Cora, and their dogs. 


Andrew is survived by his parents of Waterloo; a brother, Perry (Kim) of Osage; a sister, Beth (D.J.) Bork of Norwalk; 4 nephews and a niece: Chris, Nic, and Lucas Weigle and Jack and Emma Bork; his fiancée, Cara Miller and her daughter, Cora. He is preceded in death by a brother, Paul.


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  1. David Sturch | Dec 18, 2020
    My thoughts and prayers to Andy's family. I've known Andy since high school and was saddened to hear about his passing. I will never forget the good times we had together. 
    His talents will be greatly missed by all.
  2. Alan & Marilyn Walker | Dec 13, 2020
    Dear Ruth, Larry and your family, We are so saddened to learn of Andrew’s death.  We have fond memories of him at Marie and LaVerne’s, first as a young boy and a very polite, caring young man.  May the God of all comfort be very near to you.  Our love and sympathy, Alan & Marilyn Walker
  3. Dan Weber & Family | Dec 13, 2020

    I am deeply saddened by hearing of the loss of your son and brother. He was the best friend I had while in H.S. He was a smart, very funny, great character human being that you wanted to be around all the time. I wish I could of gotten with him one more time, while back in town but we will meet again Andrew. I send my condolences and prayers in this time.


                               With a heavy heart,

                                 The Weber Family

  4. Rod and Norma Marvin | Dec 11, 2020

    Please send our thoughts and prayers to Andrew’s family on his sudden passing.  We were frequent customers at Georgioz’s on Friday nights.  Andrew always greeted us with a smile.  He will be greatly missed by all.

    with saddened hearts,

    Rod and Norma Marvin

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