Sister Adrienne M.-Weseman-Obituary

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Sister Adrienne M. Weseman

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Sister Adrienne was truly an "Angel amongst us" at Our Lady of the Wayside, with her caring ways, loving heart and warm smile. She shared her commitment to her vocation by teaching the children, teachers and staff at OLW. I was blessed to work with her as a parent, teacher and on the Religious Education Board where I learned so much from her and shared many of those smiles together. Sister Adrienne and her beautiful spirit will be greatly missed. My deepest sympathy to her family as...

Our prayers and condolences go out to the family of Sister Adrienne and to Sister Joan. Sister Adrienne always had a cheerful hello and beautiful smile for every person she encountered. She touched the lives of so many children and adults with her peaceful love and grace in the teaching of our faith. She lived each day for God and his plan. She will be greatly missed by all. Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord and let perpetual light shine on her. ❤ The Daniel Family

For all the years Sister Adrienne taught at St. Alexander's, she was a wonderful influence to all those around her. In the almost 20 years our five children were educated at St. Alexander's, Sister Adrienne and Sister Joan Shields were there with their faith and good examples. May Sister Adrienne rest in peace and comfort & strength for Sister Joan.

Sister Adrienne is a true saint of God and her reward will be great in heaven. She was always a person of compassion and bright light for those who met and interacted with her.

Sister Adrienne was one of a kind - she did everything with a smile on her face! She was someone who led by example. We are all better people by having her influence at Our Lady of the Wayside. Our prayers are with you and your family and with Sister Joan and her family. May God bless you all! You will be missed beyond words.

Our prayers and Condolences for Sister Adrienne and Family. Sister Adrienne We will miss you immensely and will hold beautiful memories of you always in our heart. God bless each of you, Marilyn and Annie Yunker - OLW Catechists

We have known Sister Adrienne for many, many years - our 4 kids went through St. Alexander's school while she was principle and we loved her. She always had a smile - even in the worst of times - always so inspiring and comforting. Even to this day whenever we saw her she would remember our kids and ask about each one. She was a great lady!

We have known Sister Adrienne for 21 years. She was an inspiration to both of us. A true example of someone who leads with kindness and humility. We have learned so much from her and have such respect and admiration for her. She will be missed, but not forgotten. We will be praying for her, her family and Sister Joan. Juliann and Tim Barry

Our condolences to Sister Adriennes family. She has been such an important part of our childrens religious education at Our Lady of the Wayside. She was always so gentle and had the best smile. Our hearts go out to you and Sister Joan.


Sister Adrienne M.'s Obituary

Sister Adrienne Weseman Sister of Notre Dame de Namur died very peacefully on April 24th at the age of 90. She was Co-Director of Religious Education with Sister Joan Shields S.N.D.deN. at Our Lady of the Wayside Church in Arlington Heights until her death.  Sister Adrienne was previously Director of Religious Education at St. Alexander School in Villa Park, IL for 29 years. She was proceeded in death by her parents Henry and Adrienne Weseman, Sister Jackie Weseman and Brother Ronald Weseman. She is survived by her sister Joan (Paul) Evan, her niece Noelle (Jeff) Ferguson and great nieces Kristanda and Chloe Ferguson and niece Lili Kirkland. Her immediate family Sister Joan Shields S.N.D deN. Marian and Curt Brandt, nieces Julie (Eric) Coger, Karen (Jeff) McElroy, nephew Dan Brandt and great nieces Lyla and Emma McElroy.

 Service and interment private.  Memorials to Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur retirement fund, 701 N. Columbia Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio 45215

Due to COVID -19 restriction a, Memorial Mass will be held at a later date. For Info 630-832-4161

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