Minnie Weigler

Godfrey | Friday, September 3 2021 |

Minnie Weigler died on Friday, September 3, 2021. She was born September 15, 1926, in Monroe, Arkansas to Clyde Stinnett and Gladys (Fisher) Stinnett Perica.

She married George B. Weigler on January 28, 1949. They had two sons, George Randall Weigler (Marianne), Springfield, IL, and Scott Kevin Weigler, Godfrey, IL. She leaves five grandchildren: Laura (Greg) Dunn of Colorado Springs, CO; Dian (Brad) Buchannan of Normal, IL; Randy (Crystal), Nicholas, and Kevin all of Godfrey, IL; and great-grandchildren: Lila, Andrew, Claire, Christopher, Paul, Addison, Owen, Nathan, Dylan, Jordan, Baylea, Chimaira, Arabella, Lula, and Killian.

Sister and brother-in-law Cynthia and Greg Sims of Godfrey, step-brother and sister-in-law Jerry and Evelyn Perica of McMinnville, Oregon, sister-in-law Maggie Weigler of Maryland.

Nieces and nephews Steve and Scott Schoeffel, Samantha Flores, Traci Norris, Leslie Connor, and Steven Weigler.

Minnie graduated from Alton High School and remained in the Alton area and worked here her entire life. She retired as manager from Computer Science Corporation, formerly Midwest Accounts.

Minnie was a very sharp and kind businesswoman and many of her employees still would call and come and visit her until the very end of her life. One of her caregivers said during one of those visits that she had never heard so much laughter from the entire group. Those visits were always the highlight of her day.

Thank you to the caregivers who took excellent care of Minnie. You were all a gift from God in keeping Minnie in her home and to BJC Hospice.

Minnie and George enjoyed trips with their friends and working in their yard as well as spending time with their grandkids.

She was preceded in death by her parents and step-father Louis Perica, sister and brother-in-law Willie and Tom Pierson, granddaughter, Dena Kidder, and daughter-in-law Barbara.

Minne donated her body to science, so there will be no services.

Memorials can be made to National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, Riverbend Downs Syndrome Association or Beverly Farms Foundation in Godfrey, IL.

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