Charles F Weir, Jr.

Born: Thu., Apr. 4, 1946
Died: Mon., Sep. 9, 2019


Celebration of Life

1:00 PM Fri., Sep. 13, 2019
Location: State Line Christian Church


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Charles F. Weir Jr., 73, passed away at his home on September 9, 2019, at 2:00 AM, at his home, with his loved ones by his side.  Charles was born April 4, 1946 in Wheeling, WV, to Charles F Weir, Sr. and Dorothy Silkwood Weir.  
He is survived by his wife, Sandra McMullen Weir, whom he married August 24, 1969.  The had just celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary.  Also surviving are two daughters, Jennifer and Perry Moats and Kimberly and Matt English; two grandchildren, Lilly English and Wytt English, all of Clinton; a sister, Iva and Paul Benjamin; a sister in law, Barbara McMullen; several nieces and nephews; and numerous cousins.
He was a Navy Veteran, serving from 1965-1969.  He had attended State Line Christian Church since 1982 and was a deacon for many of those years.  He was retired from Eli Lilly and Co.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and a brother-in-law, Jack McMullen.
Charles was an avid fisherman and hunter with many friends.  He will be missed at the gun shop.
He was a man of faith and lived his faith, loved his God, family, and his country.  But as he told us, “He was going on his greatest adventure of his life.”
He chose to have a Celebration of Life.  It will be held at State Line Christian Church, on Friday, September 13th at 1:00 PM, with Reverend John Puckett officiating.  Family and friends are invited.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to State Line Christian Church, a Parkinson’s charity, or the charity of your choice.  Online condolences may be made at www.fristfuneralhome.com.

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Steve Vitaniemi
   Posted Tue September 10, 2019
Sandy, Kim and Jennifer,

What a great man Chuck was! He endured so much these past years, but all of that is gone! I am grateful for his witness of his faith in my life. May God comfort you in his hand during this time. Love to you all.

Steve

Dan Kuehl
   Posted Tue September 10, 2019
I don’t know why, but it’s always a shock when a friend passes. I have not been able to be in Clinton very often, I am thankful I was able to be there for a few of our class reunions. I was especially thankful the last time I was there and saw Chuck, he seemed happy to see me as I was to see him. We go back to Fairview days together. I am thankful to see that he was seeking to walk with the Lord in his life. I am sure that gives his family comfort. To Sandy and Iva and the rest of the family, may the Lord bless you and keep you in this time of grief and encourage you to draw closer to him. Dan…

Christi Crane Chaney
   Posted Tue September 10, 2019
Sandy, Kim and family, Iva and other family members, my heart is breaking with yours. Chuck was always ready with a good hug, from when I was a little girl to just months ago. Each one is cherished. Heaven has welcomed him with open arms.

Nancy Donna Huffman
   Posted Tue September 10, 2019
My deepest sympathy is extended to Sandy, Iva and family in the loss of Chuck. At this sad time in your lives, I hope knowing that you have family and friends who are mourning with you helps to ease some of your pain, as Chuck was respected & loved by so many. My condolences to Chuck's loved ones.

diana martin
   Posted Tue September 10, 2019
Dear Sandy,Kim,Jennifer and Iva,
I’m so sorry for your loss. Chuck was always such a kind man and wonderful neighbor for so many years. May God welcome him with the same love and kindness Chuck showed others. God bless you all during this sad time.

Debbie Kuykendall
   Posted Fri September 13, 2019
My heart goes out to yojavascript:validate('condolence')ur family. Chuck had a heart of gold and a million dollar smile. He was always kind and thoughtful in everything he did. I will keep your family in my thoughts and prayers during this challenging time. It is so difficult to let our loved ones go but it is more difficult to watch them suffer. May you feel God keeping your family close during this time. With heartfelt sympathy. Debbie

Phyllis Weir Norris
   Posted Fri September 13, 2019
Love to all of you.
A life well lived, a passing with hope
and anticipation of even better things to come, a belief in goodness abd
In salvation. A family that will surround him accompanied and held up by many friends. Would that all could say the same for their lives.
Chuckie (my “little Chuckie”) who grew into a large man both physically and spiritually. Farewell Chuck/Chuckie, I will see you soon.
Love Aunt Phyllis

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