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Angela Lynn (Housas) Weimer

October 2, 1965 — June 3, 2024

Beloit

Angela Lynn (Housas) Weimer, a beacon of joy and kindness, passed away peacefully on June 3, 2024, at the age of 58. Born on October 2, 1965, Angela's life was a testament to her unwavering spirit and her capacity to love and be loved.

Angela's laughter was infectious, and her presence brought light and warmth to every room. She was known for her free-spirited nature, a friend to all and kind to every living creature. Her smile was a source of comfort and her energy, truly contagious. Angela found beauty in the simple pleasures of life, cherishing moments spent watching sunsets on the beach, admiring the moon's dance with the stars, and the whimsical flight of dragonflies.

A loving mother above all, Angela's children and grandchildren were the center of her world, her greatest joy, and her most cherished legacy. She is survived by her adoring children, Amanda (Robert) Schurdell, Anthony (Erica Sochka) Dimascio, Aaron Dimascio, and George (Elizabeth Lanam) Epling III. Her life was further blessed with the love of her grandchildren, Blake and Carmine Dimascio; Jeremy Willard Jr., Jared Willard, and Journey Willard; Mikey and Chloe Epling; and the excitement of a grandson soon to join the family.

Angela's spirit will continue to live on through her brother, James Housas, and her sister, Amy (Brad) Johnson, as well as her niece, Emily Johnson, and nephew, Brandon Johnson. Her close friends, Mary and Steve Ryan, will forever cherish the countless memories and unbreakable bond they shared with Angela.

Preceded in death by her parents, Jim and Evelyn (Farmer) Housas, and her beloved husband, Stewart Weimer, Angela now joins them in a place of eternal peace and love. She leaves behind a legacy of laughter, kindness, and love-a legacy that will continue to inspire and guide those who knew her.

Angela's interests and passions painted a vibrant picture of her life. She had a profound appreciation for wildflowers and nature's intricate beauty. Her fascination with dragonflies was more than a hobby; it was a symbol of her spirit, which was as free and graceful as these delicate creatures. In the same way, she found solace and joy in the tranquility of the beach at sunset and the celestial beauty of the night sky.

As we bid farewell to Angela, we are reminded of the joy she brought into our lives. Every time we see a dragonfly, we will remember our angel, Angela Lynn Weimer, whose life was a beautiful reminder to treasure each moment, embrace the beauty around us, and love without limits.

You may sign the guest register and view the obituary online at www.grfunralhome.com. Arrangements have been entrusted to Gednetz-Ruzek-Brown Funeral Home, Sebring, 330-938-2526.

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