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George Weimer

Obituaries - 07/01/2024 468 1 Tributes
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George Weimer

George passed away peacefully at his home on June 18, 2024, surrounded by his loving family. He was born on April 4, 1943, in Saint Paul, Minnesota, to the late Ruth and George Weimer. Minnesota was his home until 1974 when he married his wife, Rae, and they moved to Marietta, Georgia, where they raised their family.

George was a devoted husband, proud and patient father, and doting grandfather who cherished his family with all his heart. He loved coaching his children’s sports teams and, as they got older, cheering them on at countless track and swim meets. His children were also quite social and would occasionally stay out past their curfew. On those rare nights, George would always stay up and patiently wait until everyone was safely home. When his children married and the grandchildren were born, George was over the moon with joy. He loved being Papa.

George was a devout Catholic. Growing up, he served as an altar boy at his church and attended Catholic elementary, middle, and military high school. He graduated with the rank of major from high school and went on to earn a business degree from the University of Minnesota. George proudly served in the US Army Reserve for six years. The training, leadership skills, and discipline he learned during that time served him well throughout his life.

George spent his career as a commodities futures broker, first with Cargill Investor Services and later with ADM. He thoroughly enjoyed learning about cotton, grains, hogs, and corn and building relationships with the corporate farmers he served.

He loved sports and was a lifelong fan of the Minnesota Golden Gophers. George was also an excellent athlete, like his father. He loved playing tennis and especially golf whenever he had the chance. To his many golf pals, know that your friendships held a special place in his heart.

George’s Mass will be held on Monday, July 8, 2024, at 11 a.m. The family will receive friends one hour prior to Mass. Interment will be at Sunset Memory Gardens in Cartersville following the service.

He is survived by his wife, Rae, and their three children, Peter (Lisa), Jennifer (Jason), and Allison (Ryan), and three grandchildren, Alexis, Hudson, and Maeve.

The family would like to thank Amedisys Hospice Care for the exceptional and loving care they provided. Also, T and T In Home Care and the staff and physicians on 5 North at Piedmont Cartersville Hospital.

For those wishing to remember and honor George, in lieu of flowers, please consider making a charitable donation to The Parkinson’s Foundation or St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church. Funeral arrangements provided by Georgia Funeral Care in Acworth, Georgia.

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