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Elizabeth Wiemeier

September 13, 1927 — February 17, 2011

Elizabeth "Liz" J. Wiemeier, 83, took the hand of our Lord and peacefully ended her journey here on earth with her husband, Harold "Bud" by her side. Elizabeth was a resident of Lake Wales, FL and Black Lake, NY for the past 22 years. She resided in North Syracuse for 27 years prior to that.
Liz retired from the North Syracuse Central School District where she drove school bus for 21 years. She was a past president for CSEA and a lifelong member of North Syracuse Baptist Church. She owned and operated Wiemeier Construction from 1958-1966 building many homes in the North Syracuse area including Kennedy Acres and was an avid fisherwoman.
Elizabeth leaves behind her husband, Harold "Bud" Wiemeier who was her "knight in shining armor" for the past 64-1/2 years; also her daughter: Margaret Andrew Mondo of Mattydale; three sons: Harold Roxanne Wiemeier of Baldwinsville, David Kandy Wiemeier of Mattydale, and Paul Fernanda Wiemeier of Evansville, IN; and her brother: Richard E. Kennedy of Mattydale. She was "Grams" to 10 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren that simply adored her.
A Celebration of Life will be held in her honor on Monday, March 14, 4 pm at North Syracuse Baptist Church, 420 South Main St., North Syracuse. Donations in Elizabeth's memory may be made to the North Syracuse Baptist Church Missionary Fund.
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