May 8, 1931 -- March 21, 2017

Edgar A. Weldy, 85, of Middlebury, died at 2:15 am, on Tuesday, March 21, at
Greencroft Health Care Center, Goshen. He was born on May 8, 1931, in
Mishawaka, to Allen and Nina (Roose) Weldy. On February 17, 1951 in Elkhart
he married Shirley Kilmer; she died December 16, 2002. Surviving are two
daughters, Aundrea (Mike) Gordon of Norwalk, OH, Denise (Bob) Brenneman
of Goshen; son, Allen (Kim) Weldy of Rossville; five grandchildren and three
great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, parents and two
brothers, Winfred and Gilbert Weldy. Edgar was a member of the Middlebury
Church of the Brethren where he was a lifelong Deacon. He graduated from
Elkhart High School and attended the John Herron Art School in
Indianapolis. He was a member of the Crystal Valley Antique Car Club, the
Middlebury Historical Museum and the Elkhart Art League. He was an avid
sports fan and had been a self-employed painting contractor for 40 years.
Visitation will be from 5:00 - 8:00 pm on Friday March 24 at Miller-Stewart
Funeral Home, 1003 South Main Street Middlebury. There will also be one
hour of visitation prior to the 10:00 am funeral service on Saturday March 25,
at Middlebury Church of the Brethren. Services will be conducted by pastors
Janet Shaver and Dan Petry. Burial will be in Cornell Cemetery, Goshen.
Memorials may be given to the Greencroft Foundation.


                       
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Aundrea, Denise and Allen--Just saw your dad's obituary in The Truth online.
So sorry for your loss. My dad is in assisted living here in N. Manchester and
not strong enough to make the trip to Middlebury. But we all send our love
and hold you in our thoughts. Good family memories.
From: Melinda Lantz
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We are sorry to hear that Edgar is gone. He was a good man who helped our
family so much, when he assisted Marek in his time of immigration to the
United States. What an impact he had.
From: Jarek and Emily Tuszynski
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I'm sorry for your loss.
From: Garnett Heeter (Hal's widow) Creekside COB, formerly Elkhart City COB
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So sorry for your family's loss of your Dad. What a very nice man!
From: Kris Garris
                                        
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Edgar A. Weldy