Brenda Rose (Wilson) Weldon

Born: Wed., Mar. 13, 1940
Died: Fri., Sep. 17, 2021


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11:00 AM Wed., Sep. 22, 2021


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Brenda Rose Weldon, 81, of Youngsville,  passed away on September 17th, after a brief battle with Covid.  
   Brenda is survived by her loving forever fiancé, Tom Brown.  Her three daughters: Cheryl (Paul) Occhuizzo of Warren, PA; Bonnie (John) Mayes of Erie, PA;  Jennifer (Chrissy Allen) Fitzgerald of Lampasas, TX.  Her four sisters: Ila Wilson, Warren, PA.  Jerilynn Goodman, Emlenton, PA;  (State Rep.) Kathy Rapp, Warren, PA; Penny Vermilya, Warren, PA.  Grandchildren, Chelsea, Cody, and Adam (Penny) Jackman, and Ethan Mayes.  Great Grandchildren, Tayton, Zerick, and Zayla (Jackman), Finn (Jackman), several cousins nieces and nephews, and many friends.
     In addition to her parents, Brenda was proceeded in death by:  nephew Billy Wilson; Brother, William (Bill) Wilson; previous husband Wayne (Curley) Weldon; previous husband Wayne Wagner.
   Brenda was born in Franklin, PA to William and Elva Wilson, on March 13th, 1940.  She moved to the Youngsville area in the early 1960’s.  She was a teacher for the Warren County School District for nearly thirty years.  She loved building relationships with her students and coworkers.  She was an active member of the community, President of The Pre-school Mother’s Club, a member of Eastern Star, and a Girl Scout leader.  She spent nearly forty years “up on the hill”, she loved nature, gardening, and especially bird watching. People who were lucky enough to know her enjoyed her great sense of humor, her tenacity and her compassionate heart.
   In her retirement years, she enjoyed working the polls at election time, camping, the casino, and relaxing with a glass of wine.
   A Celebration of Life Service will be held in person for family only, (due to the increase in Covid numbers in our area) on Wednesday, September 22nd, at 11am.  If you would like to view the celebration online, join us here at www.YouTube.com/c/YoungsvilleFMC.
   In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you perform random acts of kindness, in honor of Brenda.
   You can share stories of these acts or any memories that you would like on her face book page. (Brenda Wilson Weldon)
   Donations can be made to Hospice of Warren County or your local Salvation Army.  
The nelson Funeral Home & Cre,ation Services in Youngsville have been entrusted with all arrangements. Condolences maybe made atwww.nelsonfuneralhome.net

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Alan & Patty McCullough
   Posted Mon September 20, 2021
Bonnie, Jenn & Cheryl: Please accept our sympathies at this time! My parents worked with your mom in the district! I went to high school with all of you! Please know that you are in our prayers at this time!

Richard West
   Posted Mon September 20, 2021
Jenn,
Know that I think of you often and I know that Brenda is where God wants her to be. Be safe and happy as your Mother would want.

Craig and Diane Allen
   Posted Mon September 20, 2021
To all of Brenda’s family and friends, our sincere sympathy. She will certainly to be missed by many and by her friends at Brokenstraw Campground!

Dan & Lisa Klein
   Posted Mon September 20, 2021
Tom, Cheryl, Bonnie, Jennifer,

Our Prayers are with you all. I always enjoyed talking with Brenda she seemed to never age and always was good spirited and had a great sense of humor.

She will be missed.

❤️

Dan & Lisa

Stacy house
   Posted Tue September 21, 2021
My condolences to the family on your loss. Sending prayers. Miss her and all the fun we had in Pittsfield Elementary School in 5th grade and at church also remembering all fun we had.

DiAnn Savko
   Posted Tue September 21, 2021
Always kind, always smiling, always free with a hug.. you will be truly missed. Enjoy the reunion with heavenly relatives and friends.

Bill Grolemund
   Posted Tue September 21, 2021
To Tom and Brenda's family, I always enjoyed teaching with Brenda at P.E.S. We shared many laughs and good times. She will be missed by everyone who knew her. I know she's teaching in Heaven. With our sympathy, from Bill & Judy.

Kevin Berry, Col CAP
   Posted Tue September 21, 2021
You have my deepest sympathy for your loss. May her memory be a blessing to all.

Meghan Lantz
   Posted Tue September 21, 2021
My deepest sympathies to Mrs.Weldon’s family and friends. She was an awesome 5th grade teacher when I was at PES and will miss her greatly and all the fun we had.

DJ Corey
   Posted Wed September 22, 2021
In the 70’s my wife and Brenda were in everything available – Mother’s Club and Card Club to name a couple. She’d often stop to pick her up and off they’d go giggling the whole time. What struck me, at the time, was how Brenda would “light-up-the-room” when she came. She’d even harass me, having to stay home with a couple of toddlers. Years later she’d stop to see her occasionally and, consistently, she’d do it again.

Her children, surely, experienced the same and will miss her brightening up their homes. Gals like Brenda are few and far between and she’ll always have a warm spot in our hearts and minds, as will the family she’s left behind. You couldn’t find a more down-to-earth and centered bunch of children - looking far and wide. To her daughters – your job now is to always keep her memory alive - out front - where every single mother belongs.

Brenda Anderson
   Posted Wed September 22, 2021
Our Thoughts and prayers are with each of you! Brenda was a very caring person I'm going to miss her and our talks.
Prayers for healing, god be with you all
Rod and Brenda

Bonnie Stocker
   Posted Thu September 23, 2021
Dear Tom, Cheryl, Jenn, Bonnie and all the family…Have been sending thoughts and prayers your way. I’m so going to miss those calls that usually started with ‘ I just wanted to hear your voice’….never hello….she was a special friend and I cherish all the memories….and there are a lot of them! I know Curley and Ed were there to greet her….you will always miss her but the love she left behind will comfort you in the days ahead..Love and hugs, Bonnie

Donna Augustine
   Posted Thu September 23, 2021
My condolences, she was an amazing teacher when when i was in Pittsfield Elementary.

Wilbur and Dora Devore
   Posted Thu September 23, 2021
Please know that you all are in our hearts and prayers in the loss of Brenda. She was always so pleasant and happy whenever we would talk with her. Our deepest sympathy.

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