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Weylon William Wiedemann

April 26, 1977 — January 2, 2018

Weylon William Wiedemann, age 40, died on January 2, 2018, in a snowmobiling accident. He was born with beautiful red hair on April 26, 1977, to Thomas and Linda (Amoth) Wiedemann.

Weylon grew up in Rock Creek and graduated from Cambridge Christian School. When he was young, the family tried out the go carts in Siren, Wisconsin. That first drive created a spark that grew in to a life-long love of anything with a motor.

Weylon’s first job was helping Doug (Shawn) Johnson on their dairy farm. From there he worked at Cavallin Ford where he honed his mechanic skills. He went on to work for Kurt Fletcher as an apprentice plumber and ultimately started his own successful heating and plumbing business. Eventually, he fulfilled his goal and became a Master Plumber. He continued to grow his business and bought the old Buckley Plumbing store on third avenue by the railroad tracks. True to Weylon’s nature, he restored the old building to a thing of beauty.

Weylon adored his wife Ashley and their three children, Wheeler, (8); Walker (3); and Wren (18 mos). Ashley and Weylon were recently married in October. He enjoyed many outdoor activities with the kids including four-wheeling, camping, fishing, and snowmobiling.

Weylon lived every minute of his life fully and without limitation. There was no end to his enthusiasm for a new project, be it renovating his house, his shop, a fort for the kids, or rebuilding cars, trucks, and an occasional Harley. If it had a motor, it most certainly needed to be torn apart. Weylon was successful in anything he put his mind to. He was fiercely dedicated to everyone he knew and to all he did, which was why anyone that had the pleasure of knowing him loved him.

Weylon will be greatly missed by his wife Ashley (Hinze); sons Wheeler and Walker; and daughter Wren all of Pine City; parents Thomas and Linda Wiedemann of Rock Creek; sister Jennifer (Adam) Mosimann; nephew Otto; and niece Cora all of Rush City; father-in-law Randall (Pamela) Hinze of Rock Creek; mother-in-law Susan (Timothy) Mans of Beroun; brother-in-law Nic (Kacey) Hinze; nephew Quinn; and niece Lennox all of Bismarck, North Dakota; and a host of friends and relatives.

He was preceded in death by his younger brother Carl Thomas Wiedemann; his grandparents Alva and Kenneth Wiedemann, William Lange, Rudolph Amoth, Ellwyn and Mary Jane Thurow.

Pastor Tim Adams will officiate at funeral services for Weylon: 11:00 AM Monday, January 8, 2018 at Journey North Church in Pine City with a time of visitation and reviewal planned for Sunday evening from 5-8:00 PM and also one hour prior to service all at the church.

Memorials for Weylon's children may be directed to:
Weylon Wiedemann Memorial
Frandsen Bank & Trust
560 3rd Avenue SE
Pine City, MN 55063
Checks payable to:  Weylon Wiedemann Memorial

Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the: Funeral and Cremation Service of Pine City ~ Swanson Chapel.
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Sunday, January 7, 2018

5:00 - 8:00 pm (Central time)

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Monday, January 8, 2018

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