Emery R. Weiser © Cheyenne Star 12 Nov 1995 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Emery R. Weiser, 83, died November 12, 1995, at Hutchinson Hospital.
He was born March 4, 1912, at Mena, Arkansas, the son of John and Edith Quimby Weisner.
A Hutchinson resident since 1936, he was employed by Midwest Iron and Metal Company, from 1932 until retiring in 1982.
He was a member of First Assembly of God Church and the Ostomy Club, both at Hutchinson.
On October 28, 1935, he married Esther Young at Lamar, Colorado.
He is survived by his wife, Esther; two sons, Donald of Aurora, Colorado; and Phillip of Derby; two daughters, Dixie Van Etten and Shirley Perser; four brothers, Sidney of Vista, California; Ross of Dodge City, Kansas; John of Ulysses, Kansas; and Jim of Lufkin, Texas; seven sisters, Carolyn Davis of Johnson; Betty Donham of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Mary Ellen Sumpter of Reydon, Oklahoma; Bonnie Rall of Loomis, Nebraska; Ada Benson and Patty Patten, both of Dodge City, Kansas; and Polly Habeck of Yukon, Oklahoma; fifteen grandchildren; and eighteen great grandchildren.
Burial in Fairlawn Burial Park, Hutchinson, Kansas.
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