Harry D. Weyman

Dec 22 1933
Nov 8 2020
86 Years
Coatesville, Pennsylvania

Harry D. Weyman, age 86, of Coatesville, PA passed away on Sunday, November 8, 2020, at the Reading Hospital surrounded by his children. He was the husband of Eleanor (Pearl) Weyman for over 58 years. Born in Philadelphia he was the son of the late William and Lena (Wiesman) Weyman.

Harry attended the old Northeast High School in Philadelphia, PA. While in the United States Air Force, he received his GED and proudly served during the Korean War at Elmendorf A.F.B. Anchorage, Alaska. He worked for Eastern Airlines for 33 years at Philadelphia International Airport and retired in 1988. He went on to work for the Chester County Intermediate Unit as the Transportation Manager and served in this role for 11 years where he facilitated the safe transportation of the special needs students from the Child and Career Development Center. He found the work so rewarding he returned for a period of 8 years working as a Substitute Courier and left in 2013. After retiring from Chester County Intermediate Unit, he went on to continue to pursue his passion of driving by working for Jeff D’Ambrosio & Courtesy Chrysler where he worked as a fleet driver until recently.

He was a member of the Hopewell United Methodist Church in Downingtown for over 40 years. He served in many ministries, including the Passion Play, the United Methodist Men’s Group, and the Weekly Counter Group. In his retirement years he found great joy in giving to others, these included the church, Chester County Food Bank, and the Bridge of Hope in Coatesville, just to name a few.

He is survived, in addition to his wife, by his children, David (Lisa) Weyman of Lanham, MD., Janice Heagy of Coatesville, Harry (Joni) Flanagan of Colorado Springs, CO., a grandson, Zachary Heagy, and granddaughter, Isabella Heagy both of Coatesville. He adored his wife, his children, his two grandchildren and his extended family. His family and friends were everything to him.

He was preceded in death by five siblings, Elizabeth Weyman, Anna Noble, Myrtle Keisling, Earl Weyman, and William Weyman.

Relatives and friends are invited to view an online streaming service on Saturday, November 14, 2020 at 1:00 p.m., from the Hopewell Methodist Church, at the following link: https://fb.me/e/32dag48R2 . Actual attendance will be private and at the convenience of the family.

Harry was charitable to all, in lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made in his memory to a charity or cause of your choosing.

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg, PA. 

Service Date: 
Nov 14 2020 - 1:00pm
Service Location: 
The service can be viewed online on Saturday, November 14th at 1 PM by clicking the link highlighted in the obituary.


Love you so much poppop. Thanks for driving me everywhere when my parents had to work and for taking care of me when needed, I'll never forget you, Love Zac

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                                                  THE OTHER "ELEANOR"

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Thank you and I will miss you is not enough. 
Through  your beautiful daughter you welcomed me into your life and family. The relationship that developed and followed was beyond all expectations and could never be matched. 
You so gracefully became not only my mentor, but to all that knew you. You have assisted in building my soul, and supported me throughout your life. 
You and Mommom adored Zachary and Isabella as much as they adore the both of you. I cannot thank you both ever enough. 
When I close my eyes for the final time and do not see your face, I'll know I'm in the wrong place. 
You will continue to live in me until that time, and thoughts of you will never vanish. But I will always truly miss you....
Thank you PopPop for more than everything. 
With love,sadness,and happiness Bart



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I was privileged to know Harry through my work at Hopewell for the last 5 years.  He and Eleanor were a delight to see every Monday morning. It warmed my heart to see the joy and love they shared with each other. Every Monday when they were departing, Harry would pass my desk and say, "Wake up!"  It always made me laugh and it is something I will miss.  I'll miss you Harry. God Bless 

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I was so honored to sit in front of Harry and Eleanor every Saturday night at the "5:25" service at Hopewell. We would chat, before and after church. I was in awe of the fact that every Saturday, they came to church, with 2 bags of groceries, that they placed in our "Feed my sheep" basket. Such a kind, generous couple. I will miss Harry's smile and his beautiful singing voice.

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Dear Eleanor,

We will most surely miss passing the Peace of The Lord from the back row with Harry. So we pass it to you now and on to Harry as he enjoys that same everlasting Peace.

I will also miss his Sunday smile and strong singing voice. He's singing with the Angels now.


Mame and Larry Linford

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I've known Harry ever since he and Eleanor joined Hopewell.  Harry could be described as a professional greeter,  Every time I would meet him he asked how I was doing  and what was going on....and he had that welcoming attitude and smile to go with it.  Rarely did I see him without Eleanor by his side.  This spoke volumes about their loving relationship which was always so evident.  Arnie Kring

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Janice, Zac & Izzy, Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I met Mr Weyman once when he picked up Zac & Izzy from daycare and he was so sweet and adored his grandchildren. He must be a great man because he raised an amazing daughter!

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