Beatrice Irene (Teeple) Weller

May 27, 1929 ‒ July 04, 2017

Marion, Ohio

Beatrice Irene (Teeple) Weller, age 88 of Marion, passed away Tuesday, July 4, 2017 at the DeWolfe Place of Marion.

Beatrice was born near Wayne, in Wood County Ohio, to Edward M. and Naomi (Benner) Teeple, on May 27, 1929. She was married to Robert T. Weller until his death in 1986. They had six children: Gary Weller, of Sierra Vista, AZ, Dianna (Ed) Weller Schweinfurth of LaRue, OH, the late Dennis Weller, Robert (Tina) Weller of Hilliard, OH, Mark (Patty) Weller of Marion, OH, and Kevin (Linda) Weller of New Bloomington, OH.

Beatrice was the loving grandmother of thirteen grandchildren and twenty three great-grandchildren. Beatrice fondly recalled her cheerleading and head majorette activities at Montgomery Local School in Wayne, OH. As a young adult, she overcame polio paralysis and maintained that same courage the rest of her life. She was a talented amateur artist, and enjoyed many creative activities. She also enjoyed cake decorating, and perfecting her cookie recipes. She was a musician and enjoyed playing piano and singing all of her life. She loved going dancing with her husband, Bob, and also enjoyed camping and fishing with her family, and traveling. She retired from Verizon in 1992. She volunteered at Marion Community Hospital in the gift shop, usually, and also volunteered at Marion Senior Center. She was always eager to lend her help.

She was a member of Martin Luther Lutheran Church near Bucyrus, OH. Her faith kept her strong, loving, caring, and positive all of her life.

The family will gather for a private goodbye, and interment at Graham Cemetery near Wayne, OH at a later date.

If so desired, donations may be made to the charity of choice.

The Snyder Funeral Homes of Marion are honored to be serving the family; condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • The Weller families have our sympathy. Sorry to hear of your loss.
    Denise &a Mike Honigford

  • Rob, Tina, & Weller Family,
    Thinking of you all.
    She was a beautiful lady.
    God Bless,

  • I have wonderful memories for Bea, along with many pictures. She has s place forever in my heart♡♡♡ please know you are inn my prayers, if there is anything I can do for you, please ask. I will always think of Bea when I hear a Elvis song !
    Prayers to all, JeanAnne Cheney

    • Thank you for all the help you gave us and your care for mom when you were at DeWolfe. You made it easier for her to be there. And I know she is dancing!

  • I have wonderful memories for Bea, along with many pictures. She has a place forever in my heart♡♡♡ please know you are in my prayers, if there is anything I can do for you, please ask. I will always think of Bea when I hear a Elvis song !
    Prayers to all, JeanAnne Cheney

  • It s been a while since I saw Mrs. Weller, I do remember her kind ways and that beautiful smile!!! She was truly a lady!!! Jesus has a new best friend!!! Condolances to her family and my sister Peg!!!

  • To all of Bea’s family, please accept my heartfelt condolences. Bea was a nice lady. I remember her fondly sitting with Mom yucking it up and having a good time.

    Sincerely,

    Butch Gardner

    • Thanks Butch, yeah those two were so special, weren’t they! Nice to think about you all thinking of us

  • So sorry to hear about your loss. Bea was a sweet lady and I’m sure you will all miss her dearly. But hopefully your fond memories will bring you some comfort.

    Kathy Gardner

    • Thank you Kathy, you have no idea how often I thought of you in these past few years!! Hard to know what to do without them, isn’t it!

  • My heart goes out to The Weller Family in this time of loss. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. She will be missed.

    Barb DeAngelis

    • Thank you Barb. We are going to miss her forever, probably. She gave us all so much!

  • Sorry for your loss, she was a very sweet woman and she will be truly missed.

  • My heartfelt condolences to the family because I know they loved you more than words can express.
    So sad that you passed before we could have more fun together. You were my partner in crime at DeWolf and we had many great times together during lunch and dinner. What a joy it was to see your smile and to hear you sing. Many days I came in tired but you brought renewed energy to me with laughter and just having fun together.

    I will really miss the good times but you were one of my best friends there. I hope you enjoyed the good times as much as I did.

    Gonna miss you Miss “B” Love you

    • Thanks so much. I became best friends with your whole family! You get close when your moms are trying to eat, and we are trying to get them to eat! You always cheered up mom and made those jokes and teased her and made her laugh. I think the world of you all, and so strange not to see you all, I will keep all of you in my prayers and hope you all stay well. Give your mom Mary a hug and kiss from me! Dianna

  • We will miss Bea – she was such a lovely lady and always welcomed us into her family. Our prayers are with the family and we know you will miss your Mom, Grandma, and Great-grandma tremendously.
    Love,
    Jeanna, Joe, and John Walker
    Katie and Sean Laura

    • Thank you so much. She did enjoy hearing about all of you and what everyone was doing. We will miss her so much, as you know.