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Terence “Terry” Weyers

May 22, 1951 - Dec 24, 2022

Terence “Terry” Weyers, 71, Oconto Falls, died suddenly of natural causes on Christmas Eve, 2022 at St. Clare Hospital ER in Oconto Falls.  He was born May 22, 1951 to William and Georgianna (VanVreede) Weyers.  Terry grew up in Seymour where he attended St. John Catholic Grade School and graduated Seymour High School with the class of 1969.  Following graduation, he enlisted in the US Army where he served in Vietnam.

On October 16, 1971 he married Lois Vandenberg at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Freedom.  Because of Terry’s military obligations, the couple began their marriage in Virginia before moving back to Wisconsin following his honorable discharge.  He then attended Fox Valley Tech where he received a degree in electronics.  The couple lived in Seymour, Freedom and West DePere where Terry worked in the insurance and building industries. He most recently worked in property management.  Terry enjoyed building all kinds of structures, big and small, having his pilot’s license and spending time with loved ones at the family cottage.  As a member of DOCA (Defense Orientation Conference Association) he served as a liaison between the military and private business.  Terry once served on the Town of Lawrence Fire Department for many years.  After moving to Stiles in 2002, he became a member of St. Patrick Catholic Church where he served on church committees as a devoted man of God.

Survivors are his wife of 51 years, Lois Weyers, Oconto Falls; their three children, Lee (Martha) Weyers, Colorado Springs, CO; Gina (Barry) Krahn, Two Rivers; Daniel (Kathy) Weyers, Howard; nine grandchildren, Adam, Agnieszka and Zofia Weyers; Owen and Grayson Krahn; Megan, Samuel, Natalie and Jonathan Weyers; one brother, Jim (friend Karen Sievert) Weyers, Seymour; three sisters, MaryAnn (Vernon) Kemp, Seymour; Judy (Dan) Raether, Little Suamico; Debbie (Randy) Peterson, Seymour; his sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, Bonnie Golden, Kaukauna; Colleen Weyers, Green Bay; Vernon (Mary) Vandenberg, Howard; Jane (John) VanAsten, Appleton; Kaye (Lloyd) Springstroh, Freedom; his Godchild, Mike Raether, DeForest, WI; many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers Ron and Bob, his in-laws, Clem and Margaret Vandenberg, brothers-in-law, Jerry Golden and James “Harvey” Springstroh, sister-in-law Mary Weyers and Godchild Christopher Springstroh and niece Cathy Golden.

Visitation with the urn present will take place after 9:30 AM Friday, December 30, 2022 at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Stiles until the time of service.  Mass of Christian Burial will be held 11:00 AM Friday at the church with Fr. Walter Stumpf officiating and Terry’s nephew, Deacon Todd Raether assisting.  Burial will take place at a later date.


Friday Dec 30, 2022, after 9:30 AM until time of service at St. Patrick's Catholic Church [map]

Funeral Mass

Friday Dec 30, 2022, 11:00 AM at St. Patrick's Catholic Church [map]

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