Weldon Ray “Rosie” Rosentreter

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Weldon Ray “Rosie” Rosentreter, 56, of Mount Calm, passed away Wednesday, March 19th, 2014. Memorial graveside services will be 1PM Thursday, March 27th at Waco Memorial Park with Rev. Jim Price officiating. Thoughts and memories may be shared in the online Guest Book at https://www.lakeshorefuneralhome.com.

Weldon was born November 11, 1957 in Waco to Alvis and Selma (Sager) Rosentreter.

He was preceded in death by his parents; and the love of his life, Julianna Fisher.

Survivors include uncles, A.G. Roetschke and Raymond Rosentreter; and several cousins including Steve Roetschke and Johnny Urban.

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  1. I am so sorry to hear of Weldon’s passing, I will always remember him as my sweet little cousin who was shy and very loving. My prayers are with family and friends.
    Your loving cousin, Donna Kruger Cox

  2. Earl Gene Kruger

    May the Heavenly Father bless your soul. Our family remembers all your loved ones and will keep them in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. Calvin Dean Kruger

    May God bless your soul and look after the loved ones that you leave behind.

  4. Earl Gene Kruger

    We will remember you and your loved ones in our thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace, Weldon.
    Earl Gene Kruger & Family

  5. Calvin Dean Kruger

    May your soul now find peace in the kingdom of Heaven and may the Lord watch over your friends and family during this difficult time.
    Calvin Dean Kruger

  6. Gaylon & Tawny Hawkins

    So very sorry for your loss.

  7. Yolanda Garcia

    I worked with Weldon at the glass plant. What a nice man he was…always kind, polite, & considerate. May he rest in peace & may The Lord comfort his loved ones during this trying time.

  8. Doris Richardson

    I worked with Weldon at OI and i knew him outside the plant was a very nice person will be missed rest in peace Weldon

  9. Marion and I worked with Weldon and a large part of his family. All of them were faithful members of the O-I family. My condolences to the rest of the family. Rest in peace, Weldon.

  10. STEVE ROSENTRETER, GRAPEVINE TX

    You know this didn’t have to be this way, but the GOOD LORD wanted YOU to be with Him! It’s sure going to be different on G & G Rosentreter side of their Family with Milton & I (STEVEN) are the only grandchildren left out the five they had. I’m sorry You aren’t around so that we can talk over the time we shared over these years! Rest
    in God’s kingdom forever, my friend & cousin! Tell Grandma & Grandpa we all miss them very dearly & still love
    them!

  11. Chuck & Tammy Hitchcock

    Sorry for your loss, we both worked with Weldon, he was a very dear friend & coworker! Our thoughts and Prayers are with you .

  12. STEVE ROSENTRETER, GRAPEVINE TX

    Your Uncle Raymond & Aunt Hester were & still surprised about all of this & their thoughts are with everyone
    on the Sager Family side. Uncle Raymond wants to offer of word of thanks to everyone who have left messages,
    thoughts & prayers to the memory of my nephew & Steven’s cousin, Weldon.

  13. Elmo W. Haferkamp, Jr.

    I worked with Weldon at BJ’s grocery back in good old days. Weldon was a good old fellow. My Weldon rest in peace with our heavenly father above! Prayers go put to his family.
    Peace Be With You all,
    Elmo Haferkamp, Jr.

  14. May he rest in peace with the Lord. Our prayers go out to all the families at this time of need. May God grant his graces upon all family and friends of Weldon. David Krueger &Family

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