• Webmaster Elisha

Weis


Linda Marie Weis, 70, peacefully left this world on Thursday, Aug. 13, 2020, after a long battle with Alzheimers. Linda was born on June 7, 1950, in Cincinnati, Ohio. She grew up in Ohio and Michigan, where she played the snare drum, the bagpipes and the accordian. She met her husband John while living in Ohio, and they were married on Nov. 7, 1970. This November would have been her golden anniversary. Linda spent most of her life caring for her home and family. She enjoyed gardening and decorating and loved to travel. She always had a smile on her face and never met a stranger. Linda will always be remembered for her selfless care of others. Linda is survived by her husband of 49 years, John Weis; her children, Monica (Weis) Elmore and Kevin Weis; her son-in-law, Jason Elmore; her beautiful granddaughters, Morgan Elmore, Jillian Elmore and Molly Elmore; her brothers, Richard (Sandra) Ward and Robert (Tamara) Ward; as well as a multitude of loving nieces, grandnieces, nephews and grandnephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, Richard and Lois Ward; and her brother, William Ward. No services are scheduled at this time. A celebration of life will be planned once it is safe again to gather. Linda’s family owes their sincere gratitude to the staff of Taylor Manor Nursing Home for their many years of excellent care. Donations may be made in Linda’s memory to Taylor Manor or the Alzheimers Association.

Recent Posts

See All

Pisgah Presbyterian

Outside services continue. In case of very bad weather, an email notice of change of venue will be posted on Fridays. A drive-through “Trip through Bethlehem” is being planned for December. Check with

Clover Bottom Baptist

Due to the escalation of the COVID pandemic, there will not be in-person services until at least Dec. 13. Follow us on the Clover Bottom Facebook page. Bible study and prayer meetings will continue on

State sees worst coronavirus day yet

Gov. Andy Beshear announced record numbers for almost every metric the state uses to measure the coronavirus pandemic Tuesday, calling it “a terrible day.” “No way to sugarcoat it,” Beshear said at Tu

© 2016 by The Woodford Sun. Proudly created by Charismatic Media