John Austin Weiler
1933 - 2020
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JOHN AUSTIN WEILER
October 9, 1933 August 16, 2020
John Austin Weiler, age 86, passed away on Sunday, August 16, 2020. He was born in Hastings,
Nebraska on October 9, 1933 and was the son of Henry (Harry) John Weiler from Baden, Ontario, Canada and Orlow Beryl Weiler from Bradwardine, Manitoba, Canada. His family moved from Nebraska to Pueblo, Colorado where he was raised with his sisters Mary Naquin and Margaret Smith. After graduating from Centennial High School in Pueblo, John attended the University of Colorado, during which time he met his wife Maralyn Lee Weiler, nee Abrahamson, and joined the United States Army. John and Maralyn were married on September 21, 1957, and upon his honorable discharge from the US Army, John and Maralyn returned to Boulder where he graduated with a degree in business. John's business endeavors took Maralyn and him to Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1958 where he owned and operated K&L sales, managed Abrahamson Lumber Company, managed medical sales for Industrial Gas Products, and became a successful realtor of residential real estate from 1977-2010. John was predeceased by his beloved wife Maralyn in 1988. John is survived by his sister Mary Naquin and five children, Lynn (Larry) Wenneborg, Lisa (Chris) Houston, Lori (Todd) Leda, John (Melissa) Weiler, and Laina (Brendan) Doyle along with eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
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Published in The Gazette from Sep. 13 to Sep. 15, 2020.
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September 15, 2020
TO JOHN'S FAMILY - I KNOW ALL OF YOU ARE MOURNING AT THIS TIME, BUT I TRULY HOPE YOU WILL BE REMEMBERING SO MANY SPECIAL TIMES YOU HAD WITH HIM THROUGH THE YEARS. I ALSO HOPE EACH OF YOU KEEP THOSE SPECIAL TIMES IN YOUR HEART. I , PERSONALLY WILL REMEMBER HIS SMILE EACH TIME I WOULD SEE HIM. HE WAS A GOOD MAN IN SO MANY WAYS. THE LOVE FOR HIS FAMILY WAS WHAT MADE HIM SMILE, JUST LIKE IN HIS PHOTO. BE PROUD, SAFE AND GOD BLESS.
MARILYN ROBERTS
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