Kenneth Weidner
Mae A. Stump Funeral Home, Inc. - Fleetwood
117 West Main Street
Fleetwood, PA
Kenneth L. Weidner age 71, of Fleetwood, passed away on Saturday January 2, 2021 at Kutztown Manor. He was born in West Reading, son of the late Robert L. Weidner, Sr. and Gloria (Schmehl) Weidner Kline. He was a 1967 graduate of Oley Valley High School. Ken was a U S Navy veteran of the Viet Nam War. Kenneth loved hunting and fishing was a member of the Lone Oak Hunting Club, Stony Fork, PA and the Pricetown Gun Club. He was a collector of arrowheads and enjoyed searching the fields for them. Ken had worked at the former Dana Corporation Parish Division, Reading and the former Kutztown Woodworking, Kutztown. Kenneth is survived by his daughter Kathy L. Weidner of Fleetwood and grandchildren Cameron L. Henninger and Grayson L. Weidner. Other survivors are his sister Donna M. (Weidner) Rudy of Fleetwood , brother Robert L. Weidner, Jr. of Fleetwood, sister Connie Root of Wellsboro, PA and niece Denise L. Calcagno of Sinking Spring. He was predeceased by his father Robert L. Weidner, Sr., mother Gloria Weidner Kline and step father Russel L. Kline, Jr. A viewing will be Thursday morning January 7th from 10:00 AM to 12:00PM from the Mae A. Stump Funeral Home, Inc., 117 West Main Street, Fleetwood. A graveside service with military honors will be Friday January 8th at 2:00 PM at Berks County Memorial Gardens. Online condolences can be made at
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I too was saddened to hear of his passing! I was stationed with your dad in Corpus Christi, Texas. I shared many of the same experiences that Steve mentioned. Enjoyed hearing from him. He would call whenever he heard of fires in NorthWest Montana, where I live. Wondering if I was okay. I will miss him! Ed Tabis
Ed Tabis, Montana
December 31, 2021
Thanks for letting me know about your dad. I was shocked when you called to let me know about Kenny. He was a friend of mine since we were in the Navy in Corpus Christi, Texas. We had some great times together and he was among a group of us that enjoyed the camaraderie of doing everything and also doing nothing together. We hung out at Padre Island for parties, and tooled around in his old Volkswagen. We worked as plane captains together bringing in the prop planes in VT-31. We both moved to working corrosion control and painting the aircraft. We took off on a long weekend to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico with a few others for a great time. The great friendship we had kept us staying in touch for the past 50 years. Although living in Arizona we never got together but stayed in touch by phone. I miss the rascal with all those great memories. Although the loss is painful, time will help mitigate the pain. I will never forget my old buddy.
Take care,
Steve Trethewy
Steve Trethewy
January 13, 2021
So sorry to hear. Been friends with my late husband ( Phil) and kept in touch ever since and remember his laugh .Once in awhile he would stop in when he was up at camp. My heart goes out to you. Suzy
Susan Geist
January 9, 2021
"Weed", I had not seen you in decades but was saddened to hear of your passing. You were a good man with a big heart. Condolences to your family and friends. May you rest in peace
January 9, 2021
Kathy,our sincere condolences go out to you and your family at this time of loss. So sorry to have heard about the passing of Kenny, your father; our neighbor.
If we can assist you in any way during your time of grieving, please be in touch. My dad is an auctioneer for 30+years and would be happy to help you settle the estate. Kenneth P. Leiby, auctioneer. 610-562-3929. Blessings and peace to you and your family as you take the time to grieve your loss. Remember, time is an essential part of healing. You need this time for yourself, and your family. Most importantly, remember he is at peace now and pain free. I know he's been experiencing health issues for quite some time now. He wouldn't want anything other than for you to remember and hold close to your heart the good times you've shared and had together.
Melissa and Kevin Young
January 6, 2021
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