Michael Ross Weidemann

Newport, Rhode Island


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Sgt. Michael Ross Weidemann, 23, of Newport, R.I., died Oct. 31 in Hit, Iraq.

Michael will be sadly missed by family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Susanna Miller Weidemann, and his grandfather, Ambrose Miller.

He is survived by his father and...

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I only knew mike for a short time in the motorpool but we were good friends. Before we deployed the last time we said to each other we get back were going to go play pool and drink a few never got the chance to say farewell to my friend. You will be forever missed brother. Your brother Spc.Bruce Fredricks 1st. AD 2/37HHC.

I just wanted to let you know I ran in your name this morning in the Wear Blue Run to Remember 5K on Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. May your memory ever be cherished.

Hey Michael we still miss you so much we will never forget rest in piece Daniela and Chris

Michael, I know that you are safe watching over Richard and sometimes Jarred. Cause Jarred just as crazy as you were as a kid. Jarred loves to talk about you and wants to know more about you and what happened and i had to get him a place mat with the map of the world on it so i could show him here you were and where Richard is now. But I am still pissed off that you are not here. I turned the computer on after work to see that a soilder form RI was killed in Afghanistan well the first thought...

I herd a song today on the radio that reminded me how hard it was when we lost you. I then realized you never got to hear it. You're death was the hardest for me to take in Iraq. You were an amazing person in my eyes. I will miss the easy shared smiles, the way you could lift any ones sprits, and the fact that I can't tell you about my family. I now have two kids, just something I never got to tell you. My prayers are with your family. I look forward to seeing you one day.
God bless

To the family and friends of Sgt. Michael R. Weidemann:
Please accept my remembrance of Michael on the anniversary of his passing and know that he will never be forgotten.

Hey Sarge, I was thinking about you this morning and it was really getting to me. I miss you buddy and I will never ever forget what you did for us!!! I will always remember that last time I saw you on this earth and as we were parting you stopped and looked me in my eyes and said “I love you bro”. I will see you again soon I hope, but not too soon! I love you too brother and I hope I am living a life that would make you proud. I think of you often and all your battle buddies that are with...