Obituaries

Marion J. Weyhrauch

Apr 3, 2019
Weyhrauch, Marion New

Services:

11:00 a.m. Saturday, April 13, 2019
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
810 Kimball Avenue
Waterloo, IA 50702

Visitation:

3:00 to 7:00 p.m. Friday, April 12, 2019 at Locke Funeral Home

Cemetery:

Private family inurnment will precede services at Waterloo Memorial Park Cemetery

Memorials:

Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church or Friendship Village Foundation

Biography

Marion J. Weyhrauch, 92, passed away Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at Friendship Village.

She was born April 22, 1926 in Minneapolis, MN, the youngest daughter of Iver and Esther Spurrell Loe.  She married Dr. Robert A. Weyhrauch on October 4, 1947 in Cokato, MN.

Marion was raised in Buffalo and Cokato, MN, graduating from Cokato High School in 1944.  She was a registered nurse graduating from Saint Barnabas School of Nursing in 1947.

Marion served the community in many volunteer roles.  She was a member of Zion Lutheran Church in Waterloo where she taught Sunday School, the Bethel Bible study class and was a long-standing member of the Priscilla Women’s Circle. Marion was also a member of the PEO sisterhood Chapter IX serving as chaplain and chapter president.  She was also a member of the Blackhawk County and Iowa State Medical Auxiliaries, serving as president of both organizations.

She is survived by three sons, Robert Weyhrauch of Waterloo, John (and Jane) Weyhrauch of Troy, MI, Richard Weyhrauch of Crosslake, MN., and a daughter Mary Jo (and Ralph) James of Cary, NC; four grandchildren Jonathan (and Katie) Weyhrauch of Troy, MI, Erik (and Gina) Weyhrauch of Saint Clair Shores, MI, Dr. Claire (and Dr. Michael) Cox of Gainesville, FL., Rebecca James of Raleigh, NC, and three great granddaughters Arya, Viera and Oona Weyhrauch of Troy, MI.

She was preceded in death by her parents, two siblings Dorothy S. Thornton and Colonel Robert J. Loe.  Her husband died December 23, 2001.

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  1. Lois Brandt Asche | Apr 08, 2019

    I want to extend my sympathy to your family at this sad time. Regardless of how long we have our mother, it is hard to let them go.

    You will remember, that I worked at Waterloo surgical and medical group, where your dad practised. Therefore, I was called upon a couple times, to do more than just take x-rays! But it was always fun when I house sat, kid sat, and Auggie-dog sat at the Weyrauchs!! (I’m wondering if Rick still likes to play the game Risk!)  I was so pleased when I met up with you, Mary Jo, and your mom in the doctors office a few years back.  

    I will be thinking of you this weekend.  Your mom was such a sweet person with a pleasant smile and always so kind. (The beautiful picture in the paper is just how I remember her.)  I still have the Christmas tree ornament they brought to me from Norway and also the lovely gift from Japan. 

    My  sympathy and care to you, Lois (Brandt) Asche

  2. Pat Brock | Apr 06, 2019

    To Marion's family...as you know being a nurse, that healing smile touched SO many lives and she gave of herself as often as she could. I watched her from afar and also received some of her blessings. I feel honored to have known Marion 🛐✨

  3. Arlene Wigant MooreTQPDW | Apr 04, 2019

    Dear MaryJo,

    My deepest condolences to you and your entire family of the passing of your beautiful mother.  

    I was blessed to be in your mothers Sunday School class at Our Savior Lutheran Church.  

    She was a wonderful testimony and witness of ourLord and Savior Jesus Christ....I will always remember her kindness and unconditional love to everyone  ...

    I will keep you and your family in my prayers as you lay your mother to her final resting place   

    Much Love,

    Arlene Wigant Moore

     

     


     

     

     

     

     

     

  4. Tracey Peters Shirk | Apr 04, 2019

    Dear Mary Jo, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss of your mom. She was such a sweet caring person.. Although it's so hard to watch them grow old it's also hard to let them go.... Rob's mother(Mary Shirk) thought so highly of her and so enjoyed their visits. They were great friends for many years. I  will be out of town Saturday, but will stop by her Visitation Friday evening. Thinking of you at this sad time. 

    Tracey & Rob Shirk

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