David E. Wielage

Born: Thu., Mar. 24, 1960
Died: Mon., Dec. 30, 2013

Memorial Service

1:30 PM Wed., Jan. 08, 2014
Location: Salem Evangelical United Church of Christ

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   Mr. David E. Wielage, 53, of Quincy, died at 7:46 a.m. Monday (December 30, 2013) in his home.

   Born March 24, 1960 in Quincy, David was the son of Earl and Louise Kern Wielage.

   David enjoyed watching sports and spending time with his friends.

   A welder by trade, David was employed at various companies, the last being R P & G of Quincy.  David also worked as a painter and traveled with a group that painted churches.

   Survivors include two sisters, Marilyn Weisenborn of Quincy and Charlotte Mazanek (Richard) of Alma, IL; a brother, Steven Wielage (Samantha) of Marion, IA; and many loving nieces and nephews.

   Mr. Wielage was preceded in death by his parents.

   Cremation rites have been accorded. Memorial services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 in the Salem Church lounge by Pastor Steve Disseler. Inurnment will be in Quincy Memorial Park.

   There is no visitation, but friends are invited to the services.

   Memorials may be made to Cornerstone in care of Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home, 1435 State Street, Quincy, IL 62301.


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Brad Hudson Sr.
   Posted Tue December 31, 2013
Just moved back to Quincy in August 2013, do not know if you lived on 9th street we seen where someone passed away their we live on 9th and Brad knows David from years before Sorry about the passing away of a wonderful man.

donna wilper
   Posted Thu January 02, 2014
I was saddened to hear of the passing of David. David was a childhood neighbor. I always thought of David as a shy, and sweet young boy. Recently I have had conversations with David and he was still had that shy and sweet quality as a man. David spoke very fondly of his family and his pet "tuxedo cat". He will be missed. My deepest sympathies. Donna

Terri L Poston (Wilper)
   Posted Thu January 02, 2014
I grew up across the street from David and he was a childhood friend of my brother. I was saddened and surprised to hear of the passing of David at such a young age. As he lived in his childhood home for many years, he stayed friendly with my father and ferequently stopped by to chat with him. My deepest sympathy...David will be missed..

Steven Wilper
   Posted Thu January 02, 2014
I met David when I was five and he was one of my first friends. Neither of us could cross the street without a parent, so we met by tossing things back and forth across the street for hours at a time. I hung out with David quite a lot until I left town in the early 80s and saw him often when I came home. He was a good friend and a good person. I will miss him. 14

Tammy Brown
   Posted Fri January 03, 2014
I have only known David for the past year and a half or so. He was trying so hard to get back on his feet recently. My son liked walking and talking with him on a daily basis. He will be missed. May God keep his comforting hands on David's family and loved ones as they go through this loss.

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