Margaret Virginia Weyman

Margaret Virginia Weyman, 98, of Charlotte, NC, formerly of Ellwood City, went to be with the Lord peacefully surrounded by her family on Friday morning, November 30, 2012 in the Carolinas Medical Center in Pineville, NC, following a brief illness.

Born March 9, 1914, in Ellwood City, she was the daughter of the late Harry "Curly" and Eddeth Main Gordon. She was a graduate of Lincoln High School's class of 1932 and the Butler Beauty School. As a young woman she worked for Beaver Enameling and after her marriage she was a self-employed beautician and homemaker. She was a lifetime member of the First Christian Church in Ellwood City and was also involved in the Franklin Township Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary.

She married her husband of over 37 years, Lester “Les” Weyman on July 25, 1941. He preceded her in death on January 13, 1979. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by her sister, Mary Ella Norton.

Margaret is survived by two sons and one daughter: Dean (Judy) Weyman of Vernon, VT; Lynn (Sharen) Weyman of Ellwood City; and LuRay (Chris) Bauereis of Charlotte, NC, with whom she has lived for the past eight years. Also surviving are six grandchildren: Jeff (Heather) Weyman of Shanghai, China; Deanna (Jim) Mayer of San Diego, CA; Chris (Kate) Weyman of Branford, CT; Noel (David) Wood of Colorado Springs, CO; Maggie Bauereis of Cincinnati, OH; and Brooklyn (Tristan) Hess of Cold Spring, KY, three great-grandchildren: Trevor Weyman of Shanghai, China; Lucy Weyman of Branford, CT and Alyson Mayer of San Diego, CA and a sister-in-law, Alberta Ammon, Patterson Twp., PA and a cousin, Mary Lou Schimmel, New Hope, PA.

Friends will be received from 3 P.M. until the time of service at 6 P.M. on Friday, December 7, 2012 at the First Christian Church, 110 Ada Drive, Ellwood City, with her minister, Thomas A. O’Brien, officiating. The TURNER FUNERAL HOME of Ellwood City, Sixth Street at Park Avenue, has been entrusted with arrangements.

Interment will be in Locust Grove Cemetery, North Sewickley Township.

Memorial contributions may be made, in Margaret’s name, to the First Christian Church. A special thanks to the nurses of Carolinas Medical Center whose wonderful care and support was much appreciated.

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