October 27, 1943 - April 22, 2020
Leona J. Weideman, age 76 of Toledo, passed away in her home on April 22, 2020. She was born to Leonard and Esther Rieck on October 27, 1943. She was in the first graduating class of the new Springfield High School, where she was a competing member of the Marilynettes. They had the privilege of performing during President John F. Kennedy’s inaugural parade in Washington, D.C. She married the love of her life, Joseph Weideman in 1963 and together they raised 3 children. Leona loved to bake and decorate cakes for all different occasions from birthdays to weddings for anyone who needed one. She was an active member at Western Avenue United Methodist Church where she held several different officer positions until the church closed. She also was a volunteer at Flower Hospital for many years. Leona enjoyed going to concerts, plays, crafts, reading, Sudoku puzzles, walking, line dancing, gardening, working in her yard, cheering on the Pittsburgh Steelers and she even still enjoyed twirling her baton. Most of all, she loved spending time with family and friends and organizing parties. She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 37 years, Joe; her parents; brothers, Roy and Carl Osten; sisters, Marilyn Riley and Joyce Digby and grandson, Dakota. She is survived by her children, Jeff (Lisa), Pam, Jim Weideman; grandchildren, James Jr., Joseph (Kali), Greg, Kandie; great-grandchildren, Isabella, Sullivan, MaKenna; sister, Betty Peterson; life-long friend, Betty Kobeck; as well as many nieces and nephews and other extended family and friends. The family would like to extend a thank you to Leona's nurse, Heather for her kind compassionate care. Due to current conditions and CDC Guidelines Coyle Funeral Home is strictly limiting in person visitation to only 10 people at a time. Live Stream of Leona’s Funeral To attend the Live Stream Leona’s Service please click here anytime after 10:45am on Tuesday, April 28th and you will be directly connected to the Live Stream of Leona’s Funeral. Live Stream of Funeral Registration To register for the Live Stream so you receive a reminder email and calendar invite click here. Virtual Visitation Hours We are also offering Virtual Visitation Hours for those who would like to visit with the family but are not able to come in person. Please click here to sign up for the Virtual Visitation time slot that will work best for you. Once you sign up a link to the Virtual Visitation will be sent to you with login and password information. Live Stream of In-Person Visitation If you would like visit via live stream during the in person visitation hours from 12-3 on Monday, April 27th please click here to link directly to the Live Stream starting at 12:00pm. If you would like to register for the visitation viewing to receive a reminder email please click here to do so. In Person Visitation Hours Registration In Person Live Stream To help facilitate the flow of friends and family wishing to attend the Visiting Hours for Leona Weideman we are asking you to sign up please click here and we will send you an email back with your assigned 1/2 hour time slot to show up. When you arrive please come to the back entrance to let us know you are there and we will either have you wait in your car or have you enter the visitation if there are less than 10 people currently visiting. If you have any question or need technical assistance please email [email protected] or call Consoleum at 419.513.2255 and they will assist you in registering or testing the links before the events begin. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the charity of the donor’s choice in Leona’s name.
Leona J. Weideman, age 76 of Toledo, passed away in her home on April 22, 2020. She was born to Leonard and Esther Rieck on October 27, 1943. She was in the first graduating class of the new Springfield High School, where she was a competing... View Obituary & Service Information
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