Retired ffrom The Equipment Leasing Business. Owned and operated small wholesale business on a part time basis.
Dr.J. Todd Weihl
Shannon Weihl Pottmeyer
Lisa Bishop McCarthy
Grandkids: More…Jeff;Adam;Andy;John;Jason;Alaina;Landon;Taylor,Olivia;Brooke;Lindsey;Ellie.A new Grandson, Ethan, born 2014
Born and raised in Marietta. Worked in the family Furniture and Appliance Business for many years.
Moved to Katy, Texas in 1985 with my wife Christine. Moved to Austin, Texas in 1995 and reside in Salado,Texas today.
Chris was diagnosed with Glioblastoma Grade 4 Brain Cancer in January 2015. She put up one hell of a fight for 18 months. I quit work and became her caretaker and we did as much as we could in that 18 months. Christine Elizabeth Weihl died July fourth 2016. Now she is without pain. Rest in Peace sweetheart, I love you!
I had very good times during High School a lot of football memories and my cars.
Some of the best memories was with my football team mates. Jack Bonnette and Jim Sornsen, Dick Morgan taught me more about football, they would knock the crap out of me then I grew up and the playing field became a little more even. One of my special friends, classmate Chuck Mooney we re connected after 40 years this year (2017). Chuck and I played football together in High School.
One special occasion was in my senior year I was up for the "King of Hearts Dance King". Didn't win but had a lot of fun.
Butch and I first met in the late 50’s when our Dad’s had boats and were members of the Marietta Boat Club. This was back when you could not navigate the Muskingum River and the clubs docks were in the Ohio River. We would spend a lot of time on our Dads boats during the summer. We became very good friends and it carried on thru our high school days. We re connected as adults after stints in the service and were in the Jaycees at the same time and raising family’s of our own. When I went thru my divorce and the loss of my business, Butch was there for me in a lot of ways. With his help I got back on my feet (so to speak) and carried on with life. Due to my health issues I did not make it to our class reunions but he and I talked many times on the phone and by e mail. At my COL Football reunion I did get to spend some time with Butch catching up on our lives. He was there for me again when my wife, Chris passed away. Jan, my heart and prayers are with you during this difficult time. He will be missed.