1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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Donald Weir

February 4, 1947 - April 10, 2020

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    Tammy Gold says

    Rest In Peace Soldier. Although I do not know you, I want to express my gratitude for American Heroes like yourself. Men and women like yourself, are truly what our great Country has been built on. My prayers and love for your loved ones. Thank You For Your Service Sir.

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      Jennifer Martin says

      My You rest in piece you will be greatly missed and you are loved so dearly, I’m going miss you dad give my mom rose kisses for me .fly high til we meet again

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    Kathy Parry says

    I will miss you, Uncle Donnie. You can rest now and be with your daughters.

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    Donna says

    Rest in peace Donnie

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    Donna Bratcher says

    Rest in peace Donnie

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    Jennifer Martin says

    My You rest in piece you will be greatly missed and you are loved so dearly, I’m going miss you dad give my mom rose kisses for me .fly high til we meet again

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Donald Weir, 73, passed away on April 10, 2020. He was born on February 4, 1947 to Aubrey Eugene and Bobby Jean Weir in Norris City, Illinois.

Donald served his country in the United States Army. He was a Korean War Veteran and drove a tank during the war. Donald’s favorite pastime was fishing. He also enjoyed watching wrestling and playing bingo. Donald was a lifetime member of VFW Post 1114.

Donald is survived by his children Robert Weir and Laura Weir; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren; his siblings Martha (Ev) Powell, Pamela (Vernon) Holmes of Florida, Kenny (Vicki) Weir of Boonville, and Bruce (Yvonne) Weir of Oregon; and several nieces and nephews.

Donald was preceded in death by his daughters Kim Ann Weir, Roxanna Weir, and Amanda Weir; and his parents Aubrey Eugene and Bobby Jean Weir.

As per Donald’s wishes, there will be no services.