Donald Weckman Sr.
1939 - 2021
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DONALD WECKMAN SR.
April, 2, 2021 October 12, 1939
Donald Weckman Sr. departed this life on April, 2, 2021, to spend eternity with Jesus in his heavenly home. Don was born on October 12, 1939, in Collinsville, Illinois to Frank and Myrl Weckman.
Upon graduation from Collinsville High School in June 1957, Don enlisted in the United States Marine Corp. He remained very proud of his military service and dearly loved this country. Don worked at the USAFA in HVAC from 1972 thru 1996 at which time he transferred to Peterson AFB in the same trade, until his retirement in 2002.
Until his health severely deteriorated, Don loved to give his time to help those in need of his mechanical experience. He donated hundreds of hours of labor in local churches as well as missions' trips to Mexico City, Costa Rica, Yugoslavia, Wyoming, and Arizona
Don was preceded in death by his wife Kay (Curtis) Weckman; his son Don Weckman Jr.; his sisters Lois Graham, Yvonne Broyles, Janice Martin, and a brother Robert Weckman.
Don is survived by his son Randall Weckman; daughter Lynda (Weckman) Vines and 6 grandchildren.
A funeral service will be held Tuesday, April 13 at 9:00 a.m. at Evergreen Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Fort Logan National Cemetery.




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Published in The Gazette on Apr. 7, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
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Funeral service
09:00 AM
Evergreen Funeral Home
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April 7, 2021
Sad to hear about Don. I knew Don for a long time, we worked together at the Air Force Academy and again at Peterson AFB. He was an outstanding HVAC tech,
as well as a quality Christian man that loved his Lord with all his heart.
I know he has had a tough few years but he is at peace now.
I’m out of town and will not be able to attend his service.
John Gue
Coworker
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