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Laura Louise (Wilburg) Weil


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Laura Louise (Wilburg) Weil Obituary
Laura Louise (Wilburg) Weil

Scottsdale - On February 3, 2018 Laura Louise (Wilburg) Weil passed away. She was 93 years old. It is amazing that she lived to such an advanced age. Born premature on a small farm outside Gary, Ind., she was the only triplet to survive. She suffered from asthma and was told by dr. to move to a dry climate. So, in 1943, she came to Arizona and put down roots. She met and married Melvin Weil in 1947.

Mom was devoted to her family as a stay at home mom. She was involved with Boy Scouts, Sunday School, and various other activities while raising two sons and a daughter. Later, Mom enrolled in nursing school and worked on the orthopedic unit at Good Samaritan Hospital. She moved to the newly opened Banner Thunderbird Hospital as a pharmacy tech and later worked in medical records. She retired in 1990.

Mom had a beautiful singing voice and was involved in many church choirs. She was a member of several Lutheran churches in the valley. Mom also was a diehard Phoenix Suns fan. You would always find her on game day in front of the TV, or radio wearing her Suns sweatshirt, cheering for the players.

Laura is survived by a sister, Dorothy Viggers (Surprise). Also, her children: Donald Weil (San Jose), Janet Maceyko (Fountain Hills), and David Weil (Tempe). She has three grandchildren: Eric Maceyko, Amy Hageness, Nathan Maceyko and their spouses, all who live in Scottsdale. And three great grandchildren; Ethan, Tyler, and Rachel. We will all miss her.

Services for Laura will be held at 10:00 am on Friday, February 16, 2018 at Greenwood Memory Lawn Mortuary Chapel, 719 N 27th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85009.
Published in The Arizona Republic on Feb. 11, 2018
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