Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Meredith (Weirick) Hanes Newman Peltz  



Meredith Elaine Weirick Birth: June 15, 1929 Death:June 6, 2019

    If you are reading this, then I am no longer on this earth. I have gone home to join my mother and my dad with our Heavenly Father.

    Do not be sad or mourn. Instead, celebrate!

    Celebrate Life!

    I am hoping that I slid in, enjoying every last minute. I am writing this while I can still remember all of you and all of the great times we have had over the years.

    This darned Alzheimer’s disease is beastly, so if you visited with me since this began ruling my life, and I didn’t remember you, or I was cranky, or I said goofy things, I am truly sorry.

    If you are reading this, you were important to me, and you have to know that the “real me” loved you and enjoyed every minute I spent with you.

    Now, go forward in life and celebrate all the good times: the births of babies, the laughs, the times spent at the lake, the hugs, the late night talks, and the special family milestones. Remember the wonderful holidays we shared, the times spent just enjoying being together and laughing until we cried. Remember the long walks, the beautiful sunrises and sunsets, baking together (sometimes with too many cooks in the kitchen), and the many good times just being together. For goodness sakes, let’s not forget my Chocolate Cake and Coors Light! I do, by the way, hope that you get together and enjoy a piece of chocolate cake and a cold one for me!

    I spent 43 years at CMA in the sewing department, working with many wonderful people. I am thankful for the friendships that developed throughout that time of my life.

    I used to think that the years spent watching my 4 children: Danny B. (Linda Peterson) Haenes, Kerry A. (Collette) Haenes, Paula S. Rafferty, and Sandy A. (Doug) Thomas grow up to be the amazing adults they are, was the very greatest gift God could give me. Then, he shared with me the miracle of 9 grandchildren: Stephane L. (Tim) Haenes-Haupert, Kristian R. Haenes, Ryan R. Haenes, Heather B. Haenes, Shaun S. Haenes, Billy A. (Jennifer) Rafferty, Brock A. (Amanda) Rafferty, Dana L. Thomas and Stuart A. Thomas. I even have 8 incredible great-grandchildren: Alyson Rhoades, A.J. Sandberg, Evan Haenes, Wyatt Haenes, Ellen Haenes, Grace Haenes, Meaghan Rafferty, Ava Rafferty and 1 great-great grandchild: Charlie Sandberg. I also leave behind my brother, Jimmy L. (Donna) Weirick, and a few nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.

    WOW! I have been so blessed. Thank You Lord! And, Thank You each and every one for every minute of joy, laughter, hugs, and yes, even the tears that we shared.

    Now it’s time for me to go join my parents, Daniel F. and Erma R. (Miller) Weirick, my maternal grandparents, Daniel and Bertha Pippenger Miller, my sister-in-law Mary (Mimi) Weirick, my step-sister Susie (Weirick) Lemar, my step-brother Donald Weirick and many aunts and uncles.

    God Bless You All! Now, go and CELEBRATE LIFE! I’ll be with you always and forever!


married Harold Haenes

Children:

Danny B Haenes married 1 -;
    Stephanie Haenes
2) -- married 2nd 18 Nov 1990 Bass Lake, Starke, Indiana April G Doll married 1) -- Wilcockson daughter of Peter Doll and Wilma Billhimer Kerry Alan Haenes

Paula Sue Haenes m. Michael Roy Rafferty
    Brock Adam Rafferty
    Bill Rafferty


married 2nd 1 Jan 1955 Culver Marshall county Indiana John Allen Newman Jr. Birth: Jul. 29, 1920 Union twp Marshall county Indiana Death: Feb. 24, 1994 Plymouth, Marshall, Burial: Zion Cemetery Culver Marshall County Indiana, son of John A. Newman & Lovina May Warmbrod Warmbrod
    Haenes-Newman Nuptial Vows Spoken

    The marriage of Mrs. Meredith Haines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Weirick of Culver and John Allen Newman Jr. son of John A. Newman of Culver was solemnized at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Grace Evangelical and Reformed Church.


    Dr. Meredith Sprunger, pastor of the church, officiated at the single ring service. Miss ELaine Warner organist, pluaed a group of bridal airs preceding he ceremong and "The Lor's Parayer" during the service, followed by the traditional wedding march.


    The bride was attired in a street length dress of teal blue with which sher wore a winter white hat. She carred an orchid corsage on a white bible. Mrs. Frederick Heiser of Bremen as matron of honor wore a pink dress with black accessories. She carried a boquet of pink and white carnations. Dr. Oscar Wesson, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, was best man.

    Following the weddingt a reception for about 140 guests was held in the church dining room. A three tier wedding cake, encircled with white pompoms and huckleberry with canelabra with white canles on either side, centered the table. Mrs. Meredith Sprunger and Mrs. Joseph McCarthy served the cake and Mr.s Thomas Gunterman of Stillwell and Muss Warner poured.

    The couple left for a short wedding trip to Chicago and are at home three miles southwest of Culver.

    The bride graduated from Bremen High School and Mr. Newman is a graduate of Culver High School and attended Cornell University Ithaca N.Y. - Jan 5 1055 Citzen



Child:
    Sandy Ann Newman m. Douglas Lee Thomas


married 3rd 14 Apr 1964 Culver, Marshall, Indiana, Theodore Henry Peltz Birth:14 Jan 1928 - South Bend, St Joseph, Indiana Death: 25 Sep 2012 Plymouth, Indiana Burial Maple Grove Cemetery, Argos, Indiana son of Oscar C. Peltz & Julia Torok
    Theodore Henry Peltz, 84 of 222 Parkview, Plymouth, Indiana died on September 25, 2012 at 11:40 a.m. at Pilgrim Manor of Plymouth, Indiana. He had been in declining health for a couple of years He was born on January 14, 1928 in South Bend, Indiana to Oscar C. & Julia E. (Torok) Peltz. He spent all of his life in the Marshall County area. He married Catherine “Katie” Culp who preceded him on March 31, 2007 He ran the Gulf Station in downtown Argos for several years and worked as a mechanic for the Standard Station in Argos and the Ford Garage in Culver, Indiana. He also worked as a TV Repairman. He served in the United States Navy being Honorably Discharged on December 11, 1946. He graduated with the class of 1946 from Tippecanoe High School, Tippecanoe, Indiana He is survived by his Daughter – Judy Marion and husband John of Lebanon, Indiana Sons – Steve Peltz and wife Roxie of Plymouth, Indiana; Ted M. Peltz and wife Vicki of Logansport, Indiana; Dennis Peltz and wife Reva of Argos, Indiana Sister – Evelyn Kovachevich of South Bend, Indiana Preceded in Death by his Parents, Daughter – Paula Spencer 2001; Grand Daughter – Brandi Peltz 1986; 2 Brothers and 4 Sisters Friends may visit with the family Friday September 28, 2012 from 11 am – 1 pm at the Earl-Grossman Funeral Home, 208 N. Michigan St., Argos, Indiana Funeral Services will be at 1:00 pm Friday September 28, 2012 at the funeral home with Rev. Lloyd Howard of the Church of Jesus Christ of Argos Burial will follow at the Maple Grove Cemetery, Argos, Indiana







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