Carmon L. Weller

July 26, 1934 ‒ February 25, 2015

Fredericktown, Ohio

Although there is a gaping hole in our hearts and lives, we are consoled to know that he is with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. He was baptized into Christ and exemplified his teachings. He was a member of the Palmyra Church of Christ.

We are truly blessed to have had Carmon in our lives. We thank God for this blessing and for the years that were given us.

He was born on July 26, 1934 to Lester and Esther McCulley Weller and graduated from Fredericktown in the Class of 1952 where he was his Class and FFA President. He went into the army in Korea in 1954, was stationed in Germany and discharged in 1956. He was a member of Middlebury Grange and Knox Farm Bureau.

He graduated from The Ohio State University in 1965 earning his Bachelor Degree in Agronomy, and after graduation worked in soil conservation. Carmon was an avid Buckeye fan. He taught two years at Cardington and two years at Chesterville before going into his own successful excavating business.

He was extremely popular and well-liked and his friends were from all walks of life. He would not differentiate between the President of the United States and a homeless person if he had met both because he treated everyone equally well. Unconditional love was given to everyone. He hired those who needed jobs and helped those who were in need. He was an excellent listener and many people enjoyed his visits—even cancer patients were said to have perked up after Carmon stopped by, and he was welcomed back any time. Because of his visits and consideration for others, he developed the nickname of “Ambassador of Good Will.”

His family heard comments from others that he was one of the nicest people they had ever met. His trips to the nursing homes and hospitals brought comments from staff who said, “He was the best patient, we wish all patients were like him and we ‘loove’ him.” One could always recognize him with his eternal smile—even to the end. He was honest, hardworking, considerate, humorous, humble, a super dad and always enjoyed the opportunity to play a joke.

He is survived by his high school sweetheart and wife of 58 years Betty (Lozier); his children Tracie Weller and Jeff (Marj) Weller both of Fredericktown; seven grandchildren: Ashley and Miranda Weller, Holly (Andy) Taynor, Leah (Chase) Barnett, Ross, Amber and Summer Weller; five great grandchildren: Ivorie Weller, Selah and Knox Taynor, Silvia and Ryker Barnett.

He was preceded in death by his son Judd, his parents and brothers Carroll and Chandler.

Calling hours will be Wednesday, March 4, 2015 from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. and Thursday from 10 a.m. until services at 11 a.m. at the Palmyra Church of Christ with Evangelist Troy Northrop officiating. Burial will follow in Forest Cemetery in Fredericktown.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Palmyra Church of Christ, 21184 Zolman Road, Fredericktown, OH 43019.

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The Snyder Funeral Home of Fredericktown is honored to serve the family of Carmon L. Weller.

  • Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Carmon had such a wonderful smile. I remember one day getting apples and he was so helpful.

  • Betty and family,

    Our hearts are heavy. You have our deepest sympathy. May God bless you and give you peace. I know Carmon will be greatly missed.

    Walt & Robin

  • Betty Iam so sorry for you loss. May you find comfort in knowing that Carmon is with God all healed and living the good life. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.

  • Dear Betty, Tracie, and family,
    Carmon was a good man with a beautiful smile. Hugs and prayers for your comfort. I’m so sad to hear this news.
    Love you, Deb

  • Betty & Tracie,

    So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

    Tony & Judy DeIuliis

  • Betty and family, so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Many blessings and prayers at this time of sorrow.

  • Betty and Family, we are saddened by the loss of Carmon. Our thoughts and prayers go out to each and every one of you. He will be sadly missed and fondly remembered.

  • Praying for the Weller Family!! Sure will miss my Birthday buddy!! Trusting God will give you comfort & peace. We will see you again Carmon, keep smiling!

  • Betty and family,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Carmon was such a wonderful man, uplifting to talk with and always had a smile. He will be missed.
    In Christian love,
    The Boeshart family

  • Dear Betty and family,
    We will miss Carmon. What a wonderfully kind man with a huge smile and warm heart. You are in our prayers.
    Raymond and Belinda

  • Betty, Martin and I are so sorry for your loss. We will miss Carmon ,he was a very special person.

  • Betty & Family.

    My heart and prayers go out to all of your family. Carmon will be missed by myself and many others. He was such a fun person to talk with and so kind.

    Prayers and sympathy,

    Sue Harwell

  • Betty & Family

    I am so very sadden to hear of your loss. I will keep the Weller family in my thoughts and prayers.

    In Christian love,

    Marilyn Mullin

  • Betty & family,
    We have heavy hearts at this time for the Weller family, but wow, what a patriarch for your family! Carmon was truly a godly example for each of us. We met Carmon the first day we attended church at Pal and he had such a kind and gentle spirit. From that first day, our friendship blossomed, and that second-to-last row in church has never been the same since. Our Michigan vs Ohio State rivalry with you and Carmon has been so much fun! We will continue to pray for you to have the strength, comfort and peace needed to get through this time in life.
    Lots of Love,
    Brad & Kim Hessey

  • Betty and family so sorry for your loss. Larry and Carmon had ssuch fun working together long ago.

  • Our thoughts and prayers are with the Weller family at this time. May the Lord keep you in his arms and give you peace, strength and love as you travel the road of grief again. May the memories of the times with Carmen remain in your hearts and minds and all the great stories be shared with all who gather to say their farewells, as we will all meet again in Heaven where the mansions are being built daily for us. In God’s Love,
    Rich and Janet Hiles

  • Betty and family,
    I had you both in my prayers and will continue to hold you in them.
    I am sad to learn of Carmon’s passing, I had hopes and prayers he
    would get well, just glad he is at peace now with our Lord.

  • Betty and Family, We are sorry to hear about Carmon. Pat can still remember you and Carmon coming to Mrs. Cocanower’s classroom teaching her class how to square dance. We have many memories of Carmon and your family throughout the years. Our hearts go out to you and you are in our prayers even though we cannot be home to share our condolences.

  • Betty,

    You and the family sure have my deepest sympathies upon the loss of Carmon. What a wonderful man with such a quiet spirit. He will be missed.

    Joan Stringfellow

  • Betty, Tracie, Jeff and Family,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Cameron helped us out with his backhoe, when we first moved to Hyatt Road. We are sorry for your loss may memories of Cameron sustain you during this time and in days to come.
    Jack Veigel and Diane Jones

  • Up crow hickory absolutely! There was only one GREAT Carmon Weller. We will miss him. Friends forever.

  • Betty and Family so sorry to hear of Carmens’ passing. He was a kind and gentle man and really good with a backhoe. Don and Carmen joined thoughts on how to do some difficult digging job over the years. Carmen was respected by so many. Karen Sherman and Family

  • Very sad to hear of Uncle Carmon’s passing. I have fond memories of the times our family visited the Weller’s on the farm. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  • Whenever I think of Carmon….it is his smile that I remember!! Your family has touched so many lives. You are blessed to be loved by so many!! My deepest sympathy…..

  • Betty,

    So sorry for such a loss. Everyone mentions his smile. It is hard not to think of Carmen and his warm smile. Prayers for continued strength in the coming days and weeks.

    Dallas and Deanna Shira Tackett

  • Betty and Family, I really looked forward to you both coming to visit Carmons mother in the nursing home. I was always told watch how a man treats his mother and you will know what kind of husband he will be. You had a real winner. God Bless you and your family. Love Pam and Bruce Waters

  • Betty & family,
    So sorry for your loss of such a special man. Your loss is Heaven’s gain, and it is wonderful you will see Carmon again. We feel so blessed to have had Carmon as a friend and will cherish the many memories. He now will have the best seat for all the Buckeye games. 🙂 We are better people because of your example together. We will always remember sitting together in church and our talks. Prayers, love, and ((hugs)) to you all. Carmon’s ‘smile’ lives on . . . . . Matthew 5:4

  • Betty and family,

    You have our deepest sympathy in the loss of Carmon. He is one of God’s Angels now. May God bless you and your family.

  • Betty, we are so sorry for your loss. Heaven has gained a special Angel and we have the promise from God that we will all meet again – on the other side. Bless you Betty, and know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Lisa and Jim

  • Weller family:

    So many of us have been blessed by Carmon’s infectious smile and spirit. Much love and strength to the whole family.
    Psalm 73:26 “My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.”

    Dave and Julie

  • You are in our thoughts and prayers as you go through this sad time.


    Roger and Jeannine Davis

  • Our thoughts and prayers are with you all as you celebrate the life of Carmon. May the peace of Christ sustain you during this difficult time.

  • The friendly twinkle always present in Carm’s eyes as he patiently listens to anyone choosing to bend his ear will always remain in our hearts. We are fortunate to have known him just as we are blessed to know the Weller family and their loving Christian ways. We are saddened by your loss. Our prayers are with your family. Hugs all, Sue and Dave B

  • Teacher Farmer Fellow dirt digger. Carmon helped Warren Brown dig the parsonage basement for the Chesterville U.M.Church. He taught me in school. So sad of hearing this. God bless you in your time of sorrow.

  • Dear Betty and Family So sorry for your loss Carmon was a very nice person and a friend to many he will be so missed by the people who new him and Loved him God Bless you and your Family Sincerely Karen and Raymond Mortimer.

  • Deepest sympathies for you Betty and your family. Praying for comfort and strength.
    Hollie Curry

  • Dear friends,

    My association with Carmen Weller seemed long and storied … But yet, In reality, it was brief…

    Carmon touched my life (and so many others) in such a positive way…. He was always Calm, cool, friendly (always smiling), classy and funny, happy and always willing to make those around him feel special..oh, and ThE GREATEST BUCKEYE FAN EVER!!!!

    My life is truly blessed to have known and to have cared for Carmon…. Some people just make the world a better place…. Hard to believe but I think that heaven just got a little better, too…

    Love you, Buddy….

  • Betty and Family
    I am so sorry for your lose, but so happy to rejoice with you that Carman has made it to the loving arms of his Savior. Peace and love to you all! You will all be in my prayers.
    Becky and Family

  • So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

    Bob and Ann Rogers

  • Betty and Family
    We wish to express our sympathy to you at this time of your loss.

  • The Weller family
    Sorry for your loss, didn’t know Carmon but the family we attended school together. You read his story of his life he was a good man. That is all that any family wants to hear. Buckeye fan too. The pain is gone but you all we see him one day. God Bless you all.

  • Tracy

    Thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Your dad is at home now with the Lord. It’s a comfort to you to know that he is no longer in pain, but rejoicing in spirit.

  • Betty,
    So very sorry for the loss of Carmon. He will be missed by all who knew the both of you. That big bright smile of his never seemed to diminish over the years.
    My thoughts are with you.

  • Dear Betty, Tracie, Jeff, Marj, & family,
    It was a privelege to know Carmon & to get to work beside him “in the trenches”. He ALWAYS made my day brighter with his joyful spirit.
    May the Holy Spirit comfort you in the days ahead.