Kenneth Weiland
June 11, 1923 - August 11, 2009
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Kenneth was born June 11, 1923 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania and moved to Port Charlotte 5 years ago from Dallas, Texas. He was a World War II veteran who proudly served in the U.S. Army Air Corps. He was a member of San Antonio Catholic Church. He was President of the Optimist Club in Georgia and…

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The Home Based Primary Care Team- VA, Port Charlotte left a message on August 14, 2009:
To Betty and Family, What wonderful memories you all must have! Our team was only with you for a couple of short years, but during those years had the opportunity to really get to know the two of you and share in some of those memories. We would have really enjoyed seeing the two of you as clowns! We're sure you brought happiness and smiles to anyone you touched with your care and humor. Your memories of travel with your family were the best! Continue to enjoy these memories as they live forever. We thank him for his service to our country. We will miss our home visits together with the two of you. Fondly, Linda B., Linda M., Trisha Drow, Jackie Kaszuba, Nikki Chatham, Vanessa DeArmas, Emma Augusta, Marie Beadle, Dr. Peter New.
Daryl left a message on August 14, 2009:
Our prayers are with you at this very sad time, but we know that we have another angel in heaven and that Uncle Ken will be smiling down on all of you until the time you meet again. The thing I think of most when I remember Uncle Ken was his great big smile and his sense of humor. I don't think I can ever remember him not having a smile on his face or a joke to share. He saw the positive things in life and maybe that was because he dealt with the devastation that life brings to people in his professional life. I know his brothers, sisters and parents welcomed him home to share eternity. Know that we will all miss Uncle Ken but will always hold him in our hearts. Love, Daryl Jeanne and children
Weiland and Kozesky families left a message on August 14, 2009:
Dear Aunt Betty, Suzanne, Kenny, Sharon, Karen and families, Our deepest sympanthy to all of you with the loss of your Husband, Father, Grandfather and our beloved Uncle. Uncle Ken was the very best and we loved him so much. He had a good life and so many joys. He was truly a blessed man and now our Lord has taken him home to be with his family there. We will miss him so much, but remember him always and our love for him will live on and we will truly keep the memories of him so close to our hearts always. Please know we are with you in heart and pray that the wonderful memories of a life well lived will comfort you during this difficult time. With love, Darlene, Tom, Daryl Jeanne, Bobby and our children
Roberson Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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