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Weldon Paul Neeshan

August 3, 1943 – January 3, 2024

Weldon Paul Neeshan

In Loving Memory of Weldon Paul Neeshan

Weldon Paul Neeshan, affectionately known as “Sarge,” passed away on January 3, 2024, at the age of 80. He was born on August 3, 1943, in Orient, OH, to proud parents Kenneth and Freda (nee McCafferty) Kreider. Weldon’s dedication to his country and his unwavering commitment to his family will forever be cherished.

Weldon proudly served in the United States Army for over 19 years. His time in the armed forces was a testament to his bravery and loyalty. He retired honorably in 1996, having made lasting friendships and touched the lives of those he served with. Weldon’s meticulous approach to his duties earned him the respect and admiration of his colleagues.

Outside of his military service, Weldon had a zest for life. He had a passion for playing pool and could often be found in local pool halls, showcasing his skills and enjoying friendly competition. Weldon was appreciated for his warm and kind-hearted nature, making friends easily wherever he went.

In his later years, Weldon found solace and support in the Alcoholics Anonymous community. With over 20 years of sobriety, he embraced the fellowship and attended meetings whenever he felt the need for encouragement. His journey to recovery was an inspiration to others, and he served as a beacon of hope to those struggling with addiction.

Weldon is survived by his beloved daughters, Cindy (Bruce) Kreider, Paula (Donnie Ray) Justus, and Kelly (Timothy) Neeshan, 19 grandchildren and many extended relatives and friends. He was a devoted father who cherished every moment spent with his children. Weldon’s love and guidance shaped the lives of his daughters, leaving an indelible mark on their hearts.

In accordance with Weldon’s wishes, he will have a private family service and be laid to rest at Arlington Memorial Gardens.

Weldon Paul Neeshan will forever be remembered for his dedication to his country, zest for life, and strength of character. May his soul rest in eternal peace.


Guest Book

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“NEIL MYERS Thank you GOD for sharing Paul with us. Shooting pool together before and after receiving a spiritual message — are times that I will take with me forever. — “WOO HOO”! You have landed softly in God’s arms. Prayers of comfort and strength for the family. GOD SPEED Paul. Love you.”

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“GRANDPA ARMY TRUCK was definitely a one of a kind man. Throughout life I often reminisce the good ole days. The times we shared, the memories we made, and the lessons I learned (did that hurt papaw). We all shared laughter of those moments and the memories will forever be vivid. If you only knew how much those memories meant to me. Your presence in our lives was a source of strength and comfort that will never be forgotten. I only hope that I can live up to the example of love, strength, character, and integrity that he set for all of us. While he’s no longer here to say that he’s proud of us, I’ll carry his strength in my heart forever.”

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“Paul will be sorely missed. I have learned a lot over the last 10+ years from him that I will carry with me for the rest of my life. His compassion for others was undaunting. My deepest sympathy goes out to all his family. May God bless him and allow him to rest in peace.”

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“RIP Paul. Thanks for the many years of friendship and all the memories.”

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“Paul was my Father in Law. I married his step son Karl Osterloh 1982 he recognized and addressed him as his son. Paul was a true people person not only did he treat me like a daughter he was a wonderful wonderful grandfather to my children his first grandchildren whom.he spoiled rotten Nikki, Karl and Weldon Paul Neeshan Osterloh who i proudly named after him. My greatest sympathy with the girls. I feel your pain. It’s a hard thing to go through but know that God will always be there through these trying times. Love you and you will always be my sister’s”

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