Teddi Weil

Dallas, Texas

1938 - 2018


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WEIL, Teddi Theanne "Teddi" Kirkby Weil was born October 4, 1938 in Green Bay, WI and left us to be with the angels Saturday evening, April 14, 2018. Throughout her childhood she traveled the world with parents, Leon and Anne Greene, and Ted and Eleanor Kirkby. Panama was her second...

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I just found out yesterday(Oct 29) that teddi had passed away. I got tears in my eyes just thinking about her. I had her on her first flight & when we got back to dallas, she didn't have a place to stay, so I took her home with me & thus we began a long friendship. there are so many things I remember about her that I could fill a book. she loved to cook, entertain especially the neighborhood children. she was always doing something for someone. I remember her yellow convertible, the...

Monday, May 7th

Dear Jon, Jenny, Tim, Andy and Anne

I can't thank you enough, Jenny, for reaching out to me.

It might surprise you to know that although our paths hadn't crossed in decades I was deeply saddened to hear the news of your mom's passing.

Your mom is in almost all of my happiest childhood memories. She was larger-than life and such a warm, generous, funny and kind friend to me. I was only a pre-teen and she was the first adult in my...

Larry and I have many happy memories of Teddi from Clipped Bee parties to the famous Derby Day parties. I have Teddi's cookbook of soup recipes and will think of her with each recipe I prepare. Blessings to all the family

Teddi will surely be missed! The Wayland 56ers is seriously diminished! We had great memories and a lot of good laughs!

Teddi and I were both "Wisconsites" at Braniff and had great fun flying together. What a dear and close, and wonderful friend. I miss you already.

So sad to lose an old friend from flying with Braniff days. Condolences to her husband Chris and her large and loving family. She lived a good life.

As a clipped B who flew several ttiips with Teddie, I knew her better as s a former Braniff hostess. Better known as Clipped B's. She was an inspiration to me and her love of cooking and entertaining. To her family, you should be so proud as I know you are. God bless.

Teddi will be remembered by her high school classmates (Wayland Academy, 1956) for her always-positive, always-cheerful attitude. When we started having our bi-annual class get togethers in 1998 she and Chris could be counted on to be there and to add joy and pleasure to these nostalgic occasions. To see them again was one reason I attended.

We just completed the 2018 "Spring Fling" on April 15, the weekend she died. Everyone asked if she and Chris were coming. How...

My Teddi,
I will miss you in the days ahead and all those late night talks with lots of giggles. You were and ( are ) my best friend. There are so many memories in all those 50 years of friendship and love I could write a book. You are the epitome of the very meaning of a Mother and what loyal friendship is. There will never be another Teddi. Your laughter, your wit, your charm and your many skills will live on in your children and grandchildren. I am so very blessed to have...