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Theodore Cole WEIMAR

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Theodore Cole WEIMAR Obituary
WEIMAR, Theodore Cole Our beloved Theo left us too soon at age 15, but accomplished much in his young life, for which family and friends took pride, and expressed hopes for his promising future. Born April 3rd, 2002 in Decatur, Georgia, Theo grew up in the historic Candler Park neighborhood in the City of Atlanta, attending Mary Lin Elementary, Samuel Inman Middle and Henry W. Grady High School. A gifted student of science, math, literary arts, essay writing, public speaking and Greek and Latin languages, he had a dream of one day serving in fields of cybersecurity and computer technology. He served as an acolyte for several years as a lifelong member of Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Atlanta, under the direction of Fr. Paul Kaplanis and Fr. Christos Mars. A Boy Scout who rose from his 1st grade Tiger Cub den with Pack 586 at Epworth United Methodist Church through the rank of Star Scout with Gryphon Patrol in Troop 18 at Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church, he lived an oath to do good turns daily through service projects for South Fork Conservancy, Olmsted Linear Park Alliance, Candler Park and other non-profit organizations. His proudest moments came from the opportunities to compete in public speaking as a member of the Grady High School Jesters in programs of impromptu and extemporaneous speaking under the guidance of the club's longtime coach and mentor, Mario Herrera. Theo is survived by parents Constance and Walt Weimar, and older brother Robert of Atlanta, Georgia; paternal uncles Chris Weimar (husband of Heidi) of Glide, Oregon, and Bob Weimar Jr. of Ozark, Alabama; and by paternal aunt Lorelei Weimar of Temple Terrace, Florida; maternal uncle Andrew Conklin of Pleasant Gap, Pennsylvania; and by maternal aunt Katherine Angelico (wife of Robert) of New Orleans, Louisiana. A visitation for Theo is scheduled for 6 8 pm on Friday January 11th H.M. Patterson Spring Hill Chapel, 1020 Spring Street NW in Atlanta, followed by funeral services on Saturday, January 12th at 1pm at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 2500 Clairmont Road NE in Atlanta, and interment at Greenwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, Theo would most have appreciated donations in his memory to benefit his public school's speech and debate program Grady Jesters. Alternatively, donations to the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church acolytes, to BSA Troop 18 at Glenn Memorial, or to Will to Live (a non-profit program for counseling youth at risk from depression and suicide) are fitting ways to honor Theo's brief, remarkable life.
Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Jan. 12, 2018
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