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John Andrew Weir

Aug 16, 1967 - Dec 29, 2023


John Andrew Weir, age 56, unexpectedly went to be with Jesus on Friday, December 29, 2023 due to heart complications.

John was born on August 16, 1967 to Theresa Weir and the late Daniel Weir. He was undoubtedly the funniest of seven siblings, brother to Paul (Terry) Weir, Mark (Rhonda) Weir, Anne (Bob) Kosky, Mary Holsten, Beth (Dave) Sandmire, and Tom (Wendy) Weir. He was the larger-than-life uncle and great-uncle to Ryan (Sara), Mason, Logan, Justin (Jocelyn), Mikaela, Mallory (Stephen), Karley (Kyle), Danielle (Brad), Lauren, Alec (Allyson), Crystie, Tyler, Eli, Andrew, and Emma. He was the exceptional brother-in-law to Heidi (Jon) Krueger and the wonderful son-in-law to Wayne and Linda Thiel.

John loved each of those roles, but being a father and husband was his greatest joy. He was the most amazing father to Andrew, Courtney, and Natalie. He offered the best advice in every situation. His guidance, his humor, his patience, his work ethic, and his love for them made John an ideal role model for these three children, each now an incredible young adult.

John graduated from Greendale High School in 1985. He earned his degree in business (Bachelor in Business Administration) from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2003 and spent over 20 years working with FIS as a Project Manager Specialist.

There aren’t enough words to describe the kind of husband that John was to Amy. Everyone saw it. Their story-their second chances-began May 20, 2011 on a blind date. They were united in marriage on September 4, 2021, in the most wonderful celebration of love surrounded by their dearest family and friends.

John and Amy’s life together was full of love. There was not one day without laughter, not one day without sarcasm. Too many times to count, Amy commented “he drives me crazy,” but she wouldn’t have traded him for anything in the entire world. They never said no, taking every opportunity to make memories with family and friends, spending countless hours on bleachers, dinners out, parties and gatherings, small getaways, as well as time together at home, watching their favorite shows and movies together. Aside from their wedding, their best experience happened in October cruising through eastern Europe. Although they couldn’t have known it then, the cruise turned out to be truly their trip of a lifetime. Grateful for their years together, though not nearly enough, they made each moment count. John will be forever missed and forever loved by his wife.

Inexplicably, John was a New York Yankees fan. He had a love/hate relationship with the game of golf. However, thanks to the Cousins Club, Tuesday night golf was never boring. He loved the outdoors, rarely missing an opportunity to take their Boxer, Lucy, on her daily walk. He absolutely loved having a large yard. He spent countless hours on his riding lawn mower and landscaping.

He never missed an opportunity to make someone laugh or lend someone a helping hand. He brightened every room he entered with his quick wit, snappy comebacks, and big, sassy laugh! John will be missed by everyone who was lucky enough in this world to have known him.

A funeral service will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 4, 2024 at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 1121 Georgia Avenue, Sheboygan, with visitation from 2:00 p.m. until the time of the service at 5:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established in his name to Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Please also consider making a donation to the Muscular Dystrophy Association, a disease that has touched several members of John’s family.


Date: Thursday Jan 4, 2024
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location: Bethlehem Lutheran Church [map]

Funeral Service

Date: Thursday Jan 4, 2024
Time: 5:00 p.m.
Location: Bethlehem Lutheran Church [map]



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Hope Gloeckner

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Michael Zorn

My heartfelt condolences to John's family. I had the pleasure of meeting and knowing John from Poker nights. Cherish the memories!

Adam & McKenzie Lang

John was a great man who brought joy into every room he went in. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Everyone is in our thoughts and prayers! 1 Peter 1:3-4

Pradeep Venkateswaran

I have worked with John in many projects at FIS. Very nice and friendly guy. I was shocked to hear about this. My deepest condolences to the family.

Srini Ramachandran

John was a good guy to work with @FIS. My condolences to the family.

Bette & Bill Danowski

To all the Weirs, Words can not express our sorrow at John's passing. With his uncanny sense of humor, he always had us laughing. He was truly one of a kind and much loved. Be with God, John

Valerie Hoehnke

Wendy, I am so sorry for your loss. Life isn’t fair, kind, or happy all the time. Just know I am thinking about you and your family..

Daniel Brugger

I am sending love and support from Arizona to J0hn's family at this time. John was a good friend to me and many others back in high school, college, and beyond. He will be missed dearly.

Janice & Roger Wegner

Dearest Amy: We are so sorry to hear about John. Pleas accept our deepest sympathy to you and your family. We wish you and yours comfort at this time. Rev. 2/10. Be thou faithful unto death and I will give you a crown of life. With our deepest condolences, Jan & Rog Wegner.

Janet Drew

To my dear godmother, Aunt Terry, and to all my cousins, There are simply NO WORDS. .I will keep all of you in my daily prayers, and wish you peace. "The pain of grief is just as much a part of life as the joy of love; it is, perhaps, the price we pay for love, the cost of commitment." Colin Murray Parkes 1928–

Pam Dibella

I got to know John and Amy on the October cruise and he made us laugh everyday.. He really cared about life. His purpose on this earth is done but his spirit and memories will be with everyone who met him forever. He is now forever watching over his family and friends.

Jos and Carla

Beth and family, our deepest condolences for the loss of your brother.

Sue, Chris, Aaron and Emma Druckmiller

Amy and Natalie. Praying you will find peace during this very painful time. You are in our thoughts. Sue, Chris, Aaron and Emma

Gary Johnson and Janet Kosky

Dear Amy, we add our condolences, and express our sadness of the loss of John. May you find comfort in all your precious memories of John, and eventual healing and hope for a future "reunion". Gary and Janet

Tom & Ann Rice

Amy, My heart aches for you and am so sorry to hear of John’s passing. We know your family and friends will be surrounding you with love and support in the coming days. He is with his Lord now and singing with the angels. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

McKenzie Noltner

I am so incredibly heart broken to hear of John’s passing. He was truly one of a kind, always making those around him smile and laugh. I was fortunate enough to spend many days with John, through my friendship with his daughter, Courtney. One of my favorite memories of him was how crazy he drove us in his stick shift vehicle. I am sending thoughts and prayers to your family through this very difficult time. Know you are not alone, we are here for you through this journey & I have no doubt John and my Dad are having a beer together up in heaven!