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Wilferd Wiemers

Wilferd L Wiemers

Saturday, July 25th, 1931 - Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021
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Obituary

Wilferd LaVerne Wiemers (Bill or Willie to friends and loved ones) died
peacefully in his bed on March 3, 2021. He was 89 years old.
Bill was born in Alma, Nebraska, on July 25, 1931. His mother died
when he was young and he grew up with other relatives in Lincoln,
Nebraska and Estes Park, Colorado, the town he forever called home.
Bill graduated from EPHS in 1949; entered the Air Force in 1951-55 and
married his sweetheart Gladys (Convery) in 1952. They moved to Estes
Park, raised 3 children, and spent their lives in the glory of the Rocky
Mountains. Bill worked in the Rocky Mtn. Nat’l Park and retired as
Facilities and Maintenance Foreman. Primarily, he made signs for the
RMNP, a job he treasured. During the summer, he was also a square
dance caller. For more than 4 decades, he entertained visitors and
families at guest resorts in Estes Park. He perfected a program to teach
square dancing in one evening. Bill allemande left nobody behind!
Bill and Gladys loved to travel. They also went to so many ball games to
support kids and grandkids that it would take a calculator to add up the
numbers. In 1994, Bill retired, and they moved to Greeley, CO, to be
nearer their children and grandchildren. They shared 53 glorious years
together until Gladys’ passing in 2005. Bill later met and married JoAnn
Lampis of San Antonio, Texas. They divided their time between Texas
and Colorado, spending 10 happy years together until Joann’s passing
in 2019.
Bill is survived by his 3 children: David (of Fort Lauderdale and Estes
Park), Annette (Foote) (Greeley, CO), and Leslie (of Windsor) and his
wife Tracey. Four grandchildren include: Robert Harling (Cheyenne, WY)
Cassie Musick (Firestone, CO), Corey, (Oklahoma City, OK), and Tanner
(Greeley, CO). Also 2 great grandchildren: Brodie and Addy Musick
(Firestone, CO).No funeral services will be held. Instead, a private internment will occur
next summer to celebrate his nearly 90 years on earth.
Next time you have a piece of pie, think of Bill. He loved a good slice of
apple pie and enjoyed life a la mode.
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Milbern Goetz

Posted at 01:54pm
My condolences to Bill’s family and friends. I had the privilege of meeting Bill and JoAnn as fellow exercisers at the warm water therapy pool in Greeley. Bill loved to visit during these classes, and I learned so much about his life from his stories. Eventually I was honored to be the pastor who performed his marriage to JoAnn in Greeley at the special date and time they chose: 9-9-09 at 9 a.m. in the morning! I’ll not forget Bill’s telling about how as a youngster in Lincoln, at times during cold winter weather, on the way to and from school he would cut through the Nebraska state capitol building for a few moments of indoor warm-up en route. As a retiree he was so proud of having made most of the National Park Service arrowhead-shaped logo signs for entries into many national parks in our country.
I’m glad to have known him.
Pastor Milbern Goetz
Greeley, CO
 
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Nettie Foote Posted at 02:59pm

Thank you so much for posting your memory! I was at the wedding that day. I am Bill's daughter. We will miss him terribly!
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