Agnes Weissinger

OMAHA, Nebraska


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Uncle Bill,Andy,Ellen and family,
Sorry to hear of Aunt Aggie's passing she will be missed, especially that witty humor.My prayers will be with her and all of you

Dear Uncle Bill, Cousins Andy & Ellen and the whole Weissinger family - I am so sorry to hear of Aunt Aggie's passing - I heard about it while visiting my folks in Maquoketa from Uncle Ed. They extend their sympathies as well. I have fond memories when Aunt Aggie was around as there were alway great stories to be heard. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Sorry for your loss, we are thinking of you guys, Aggie will be missed.

Bill, My deepest sympathy to you and your family. I remember meeting you and Aggie over fifty years ago. Those were special times and even then Aggie was a shining star and friend. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Larry Comine

Aggie was like a second mother to me when I was befriended by her son Andy when we were in Kindergarten together. We eventually went to school together all through high school and have remained close friends to this day. Aggie and Bill and Ellen became close family friends to our family. She was not only a great nurse, but a fantastic mother, grandmother and friend and mentor to me, and my family. I owe her, Bill , Andy, Steph and Ellen a great deal for everything they have done for me. I...

So sorry to hear of Aunt Aggie's death. She was my moms sister and her best friend and they used to have so much fun together. Aggie was truly a lovely person and so much fun to be around.

Ag was like a second Mother to me. Hanging out and playing golf with her daughter Ellen, are some of my most treasured memories. Even though I hadn't seen Ag for years, I will miss her very much. She was a great listener, talker, laugher and one of the most wonderful people I've ever been blessed to have known. She was one in a million just like her whole family.

I came to know Aggie though Ellen I was her school locker buddy from 7th grade to 12th grade. Aggie was always like a second mom always caring about everyone. I always enjoyed talking to her when I would walk my kids to school when they lived on North Ridge Drive. Even not seeing her for years I know that she will be missed by many.

Such a wonderful and loving person. I always looked forward to her "sweet treats" on our father/daughter lake trips. Thinking of you all.

-Jerod and Amy Evanich