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  • Obituary: Alfred Carl Weiler, 84

  • Alfred Carl Weiler, 84, of Denver, Colo., died at home on March 30, 2013 after a lengthy battle with lung cancer. Rosemary, his wife of 54 years, and his children Glen, Linda and Janice were with him.
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  • Alfred Carl Weiler, 84, of Denver, Colo., died at home on March 30, 2013 after a lengthy battle with lung cancer.  Rosemary, his wife of 54 years, and his children Glen, Linda and Janice were with him.  
        Born in Nebraska City on May 13, 1928, he was the only child of Wilhelmina Rosita Schmidt and Carl Alfred Weiler. He grew up in Dunbar and graduated from Dunbar High School.
        He served during the Korean War from 1951 to 1953, after which he attended night school and graduated in 1960 from Rockhurst College in Kansas City, Mo., with a bachelor of science in accounting. He obtained a Missouri Certified Public Accountant’s Certificate in 1962.
        In 1958 he married Rosemary Harms in Kansas City. They resided in Riverside, Mo.
        He was an accountant at Pittsburg & Midway Coal Mining Company in Kansas City.  In 1969, he was transferred to the Gulf Minerals division of the company in Denver. He worked as a senior financial analyst and budgeting manager through the remainder of his career in Denver. He retired from the P & M Coal Mining Company, a division of the Chevron Corporation, on December 31, 1990.
        Al enjoyed playing cards, golfing with friends and the many family parties held for many occasions.
        Al supported and encouraged his wife, children and grandchildren in all of their endeavors including art, sports and music. He was an active member in his church, serving on the board and committees charged with helping to secure the legacy of the church in the community.
        He is survived by son Gle
    n Weiler (wife Melissa) of York, Pa.; daughters Linda Marcopulos (husband Stathi) of Newport Beach, Calif., and Janice Weiler of Denver; grandchildren Aric and Atom Weiler, Taso, Jeffrey and Christiana Marcopulos, and Isaac, Evan and Macy Whistler.
        Memorials are suggested to Central Christian Church in Denver  or to the charity of your choice in his honor.
        Internment was at Fairmount Cemetery in Denver.

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