After a courageous battle, following the third bout of cancer Sandra Kathleen Weedling, 62, has died and now rejoices in her Heavenly reward.
Sandy died on Saturday, May 20, 2000, at 11:15 p.m. in the St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, Plymouth.
A lifetime Marshall County resident, Sandy lived at 402 E. Adams St., Plymouth. She was born in Rochester, Ind. on Feb. 16, 1938, the daughter of Hubert H. and Elta Marie Bowman Craig. She attended Plymouth Schools.
On Nov. 28, 1953, Sandy and John Weedling were married in Plymouth. John survives her death.
She worked in customer service at Dave and Ray’s Supermarket and their subsequent owners for 25 years, retiring in February 2000.
Sandy was an accomplished homemaker and a devoted friend. She loved talking with her family and friends and enjoyed camping trips with her family. She was an expert in crocheting and enjoyed her flowers. Music and reading were two of her favorite pastimes.
She had accepted Christ into her life and became a member of the Plymouth Missionary Church.
Survivors, in addition to her husband of 46 years, are their three daughters and a son. They are: Terry L. and Roger Keller, Argos, Barbara J. and Chuck Biggs, Plymouth, Kimberly K. and James Van Overberghe, North Liberty and Jeff L. and Shirley Weedling, Mooresville, Ind. Thirteen grandchildren and five great-grandsons also survive.
Two brothers, Norman Craig, Rockford, Ill., and Richard Craig, Indianapolis and JoAnn Calhoun, a sister, living in Argos, survive as well, together with Clayton Thomas, LaPaz, her father-in-law and several nieces and nephews.
Sandy was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, Kenneth and Robert Craig.
Friends may visit her family on Tuesday, May 23, 2000, from 4 – 8 p.m. in the Johnson-Danielson Funeral Home, 1100 N. Michigan St., Plymouth.
The funeral will be in the funeral home on Wednesday, May 24, 2000, at 2 p.m. Pastor Pat Puglisi of the Plymouth Missionary Church, will officiate.
Burial will be in New Oakhill Cemetery, Plymouth.
Memorial gifts in Sandy’s memory may be made to the Marshall County Hospice.