Carl Weed

September 11, 1929 ‒ May 18, 2017

Mansfield, Ohio

MANSFIELD: Carl E. Weed, age 87, was reunited with his wife of over 53 years Shirley Lee (Reep) Weed and his oldest son Timothy A. Weed, on Thursday, May 18, 2017 at Ohio Health Mansfield Hospital, after a brief illness.

Carl was born September 11, 1929, in New Albany, Ohio and the son to the late Ellis W. and Bessie M. Weed. He graduated from Columbus Schools in Columbus. He was the youngest of two brothers and a sister.

He served in the US Army in Korea from 1952-53. He was a radio technician and served the rank of Sergeant. He wrote letters to a girl back home that he had never met; Shirley L. Reep and they got married as soon as he returned home and were married for 53 years before she passed in 2006. When his wife was forced to be in a wheelchair, he was a faithful husband and devoted over 18 years of his life to taking care of her.

Carl was one of the original five men who started Warren Rupp Inc. in 1968 at the age of 39. In the beginning he was their 1st and only salesman and when he retired in 1994 he was in charge of the entire sales department.

Carl loved the outdoors; he and Shirley took such pride in their home and their flower gardens throughout their yard. Their home was featured in the Parade of Homes several times. He was an avid wood worker and loved to BBQ for his family on the weekends. He loved playing cards, especially Euchre with his family and friends. He never said a harsh word to anyone; he could always make you laugh with his sense of humor. He had special relationships with all his kids but loved being a grandfather to all six of his grandsons. He made them all feel so special and they always knew they had a friend to talk to. Carl was extremely happy to recently be blessed with three wonderful great granddaughters. The family will always remember that one of the biggest joys in his life was having his family come home every Christmas morning so he could make breakfast.

Carl is survived by his son, Michael J. (Wanza) Weed, of Lexington; his daughter Pam S. (Kurt) Weed Armstrong, of Crestline; daughter-in-law Mary Weed of Texas; six grandsons Adam (Becki) Weed, of Logan; Kevin Weed, of Shelby, Andrew Weed, of Athens, Chris (Lindsay) Weed of Haysville, Kyle Armstrong of Crestline, and Ryan Armstrong of Crestline; three great granddaughters Lilah Weed, Natalie Weed and Kiera Weed all of Logan. Also a special friend Brenda, who was always there for him and who he loved as a granddaughter.

In addition to his parents, and wife, he was preceded in death by his oldest sister Florence L. Weed (Pitzer), two older brothers, Ellis W. Weed Jr. and Robert K. Weed and his oldest son, Timothy A. Weed.

A memorial gathering will be Wednesday, May 24, 2017 from 6-8 p.m. at the Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home.

Carl’s family would like to extend a special thank you to his Elmcroft Family who treated him with respect and love.

Memorial contributions to Ohio Health Hospice may be made through the funeral home.

Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Carl’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

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  • Carl was my Junior Bowling League instructor in my High School Years and I will never forget his smile and all the inspirational talks he gave me on Saturday Mornings. I will always remember Carl and Shirley for dedicating their time to helping young people like myself learn to bowl and develop good life skills. May God comfort the Weed Family and give them strength .

  • So sorry for your loss Mike and Pam. Your father will always be remembered by me as a mentor and all around good guy. I learned much from him during our time together at Warren Rupp. Those were some of the very best days of my life and I’m thankful of the personal time he and I spent together. You can both be very proud of his accomplishments and the very caring way he treated those that were around him. He was a great influence and not to mention a lot of fun to be around. My thoughts and prayers are with your families at this time.

  • Mike and Pam, Nancy and my thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. It is a wonderful time to reflect on the memories of Carl and how significant he was in my life. He provided a base of knowledge that influences me to this day. He also had a strong moral sense in treated people right. I have many great memories of your dad and carry those with me more regularly than you can imagine. A part of him lives in me each day of my life. I really loved your dad and had the highest respect for him.

  • Dear family,
    Our hearts sank when we read of your dear father’s passing. He was such a wonderful man. I remember how Mom would come home after visiting your parents and she would always tell us of the flower garden Carl was building or when he would buy your Mom special sugar free candy he would share some with Mom. Little memories that last a lifetime. Our families were so connected throughout the years and I speak for all of the Massie family how fond we all were of not only your Dad but also your Mom. We know they are together again. Our prayers are with all of you. With love, The Massie family

  • Carl was a very close friend along with his family and ours many years ago, before his joining The Warren Rupp Co. in the early stages of our company, and worked tirelessly as a dedicated employee prior to his retirement as Vice President of Sales and Marketing in 1994. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
    Best Wishes to Carl’s Family,
    Charles and Jeanette Young and Family

  • Carl was a very close friend along with his family and ours many years ago, before his joining The Warren Rupp Co. in the early stages of our company, and worked tirelessly as a dedicated employee prior to his retirement as Vice President of Sales and Marketing in 1994. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
    Best wishes to Carl’s family,
    Charles and Jeanette Young and Family

  • Carl was a very close friend along with his family and ours many years ago, before he joined the Warren Rupp Co. in the early stages of our company, and worked tirelessly as a dedicated employee prior to his retirement as Vice President of Sales and Marketing in 1994. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
    Best Wishes to Carl’s family,
    Charles and Jeanette Young and Family

  • So sorry for the loss of your father. Remembering Carl, I had the upmost respect for him. May he Rest In Peace.
    The Honse Family, Jack, Shelley, Seth and Morgan.