Norman Charles Weiler
b. 4 October 1910, d. 25 April 1995
- Father: Charles Henry Weiler b. 19 February 1874, d. 8 March 1939
- Mother: Mary Magdelena Hokamp b. 4 July 1880, d. 25 March 1938
- Norman Charles Weiler was born on 4 October 1910 in New York.
- Charles and Mary Weiler and children posed for a snapshot, about 1911.
- Charles Henry Weiler and Mary Magdelena Hokamp appeared in the New York state census of 1 June 1915 in Buffalo, Erie County, New York, at 316 Northampton Street. Other members of the household included Norman Charles Weiler, Dorothy Jane Weiler and Ruth Helen Weiler.
- Charles Henry Weiler and Mary Magdelena Hokamp appeared in the US federal census of 1 January 1920 in Buffalo, Erie County, New York, at 391 Hickory Street. Other members of the household included Norman Charles Weiler, Raymond Francis Weiler, Dorothy Jane Weiler, Ruth Helen Weiler and Mary Schurman.
- Mary Magdelena Hokamp appeared in the US federal census of 1 April 1930 in Buffalo, Erie County, New York. Other members of the household included Norman Charles Weiler, Ruth Helen Weiler.
- He married Gertrude Mary Stranahan, daughter of George William Stranahan and Mary Daley, on 4 July 1936 in Buffalo, Erie County, New York, at St. John's Episcopal Church.
- The SSDI lists Mentor, Lake County, Ohio, as the last residence of record of Norman Charles Weiler.
- Norman Charles Weiler died on 25 April 1995 at age 84 in Mentor, Ohio.
- He was interred at Mentor City Cemetery, Lake County, Ohio.
- The following appeared on 14 May 1995 in the News-Herald: Graveside services for Norman C. and Gertrude M. Weiler, both 84, of Mentor, were [held] Friday at Mentor Cemetery. Mr. Weiler died April 25, 1995, and Mrs. Weiler died July 7, 1994, at Heartland of Mentor. He was born Oct. 4, 1910, and she was born Aug. 9, 1909, in Buffalo, N.Y. They lived in Florida and Buffalo before moving to Mentor eight years ago. Mr. Weiler was a systems engineer for AT&T Co. in Buffalo for 42 years. Mrs. Weiler was a retired bookkeeper in the bursar's office of State University of New York in Buffalo, where she was employed for 10 years. Survivors are their daughters, Barbara J. (Alvin) Johnson of Mentor and Patricia (Jeff) Jeffers of Kingman, Ariz; six grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Also surviving is his sister, Dorothy Heinike of Pennsylvania, and her sister, Catherine Barr of Florida. The Rev. Robert W. Kline of St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Mentor officiated at services. Arrangements were handled by the Davis Trust 100 Funeral Home in Willoughby.
- Last Edited: 18 Aug 2015