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Wendy Jean Weimer

January 16, 1956 - January 24, 2021

Obituary For Wendy Jean Weimer

Wendy Jean Weimer passed away on January 24, 2021 in Kent, Washington. Born January 16, 1956 in Barberton, Ohio to Walt and Audre Weimer, she spent her youth and school years in Lakeport, California. Continuing her education at Principia College in Illinois, she graduated with a Teaching Degree in 1977.
Wendy lived in Priest River, Idaho and Kirkland Washington before settling in Oregon in 2009, where she built on a beautiful piece of property in Waldport.
Having built many times, she knew exactly what she wanted and designed and slowly built the home she dreamed of. In it was an office with a view facing the pasture, with a separate entrance for the public; a place she and her dog Pepper Jack would spend many hours.
Wendy sold real estate and eventually became a Real Estate Broker, working out of Beachcomber Realty in Waldport. She was able to put her skills and interest in property, its development and the love of helping people to their best use. She was progressive in utilizing the new platform of Zillow in her business model and as a result stayed as busy as she liked.
A music devotee; Wendy played the piano, and loved to sing. She was involved in the theater in Newport, where she operated lighting for many productions. Wendy loved all things outdoors, her friends and a good game night, and was a loving Aunt to her nephew Jake and niece Jill in their early years. Wendy built a strong support system in the Waldport area both professionally and personally and will be missed by all.
Wendy is survived by her mother Audre, brother Jeff (Patty), Jake and Jill.

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Wendy was my fellow agent who sat at the desk opposite me at 2 different real estate offices over the years. It is difficult for me to process the news that she has left us, I can still hear her laughter and feel her warmth! Although I knew Wendy professionally, I also knew her as an artist, musician, stage hand. Wendy was a regular dancer at Lincoln Pops Big Band Third Thursday dances in Gleneden Beach, as well as the Newport Performing Arts Center where she was a stage hand / lighting for several of the musicals. Wendy would always make sure to peek in to the orchestra pit during intermission to say hello to me, would hand me a water and I would hand her a slide whistle (I pass them out to the orchestra every year as a tradition, Wendy was one of the few musicians who could really play it!). I would like to express my deepest sympathy to Wendy's family and her many, many friends. Wendy's bright light will continue to shine in my heart forever. For my pal Wendy, with a tear in my eye and a bit of a warble, a song by Sammy Fain / Irving Kahal. In the key of B flat: I'll be seeing you,__ in all the old familiar places,____ that this heart of mine embraces,__ all day through. In that small cafe',___ the park across the way,__ the children's carousel,___ the chestnut trees, the wishing well.. I'll be seeing you_ in ev'ry lovely summer's day,___ in everything that's light and gay, I'll always think of you that way.__ I'll find you in the morning sun, and when the night is new, I'll be looking at the moon,___ but I'll be seeing You.
- Barbara LePine
Wendy ... we miss you so much. We met you when we bought our first home in Waldport but you became much more to us than an agent. I miss our Canasta games and hours of Aggravation ... which you won more than not. We shared dinners, an evening at the theatre in Newport and it goes on. Thank you for being the loving warm-hearted person we will always miss!! Thank you for sharing your life with us. I miss you!! Rosemary
- Rosemary Barron
Wendy was a great friend to my mother and I. We shared many laughter filled nights playing Aggravation and Canasta while singing along to songs on the radio. Wendy has lived such a full life and on so many different things that it became a joke at our house when any question came up to say "what would Wendy do?". She is sorely missed.
- Sherryl Wynne
Wendy, you will be sadly missed. I know you are laughing an sharing stories of days gone by. You were a great, honorable friend and one I could count on when stymied by real estate language. I enjoyed our times together through the recent years. You will not be forgotten. Fondly, your friend Brenda
- Brenda Starr

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