Welcome to Weiting Family Funeral Home
Our funeral home is a family owned and operated business.

The staff of Wieting Family Funeral Home is committed to do everything possible to give meaning to the life and remembrance of your loved one. For three generations, our family has been dedicated to serving families in their greatest hour of need.

Dear Dan & Wieting Family, thank you for your outstanding service and kindness. You have a special gift for helping people in their greatest time of pain & vulnerability.
~ Patricia
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Happy Pi(e) Day! ? What's your favorite flavor of pie? Every year, Daniel's mother-in-law, Debbie Schneider drops him off a delicious pecan pie. His favorite! Thank you, Debbie, for the sweet treat! ?

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Mar 10 - 6:28 pm
?Have you ever gone to the cemetery to visit a loved one or an ancestor and wanted to bring the artful etching home with you? Discover the ancient art of memorial gravestone rubbing to record beautiful headstone images or to enhance your genealogy studies. Saving a gravestone rubbing is a great way to honor and commemorate a life. You can frame them to hang in your home or as gift to relatives. It only takes a few simple tools, and you're on your way. You will need: Permission from the cemetery, water, paper, masking tape, pencil/crayon, and spray fixative. Step 1: Lightly brush off the headstone (Make sure to avoid headstones that are cracked, flaking or are unstable). Step 2: Attach the paper across the face of the stone with masking tape. Step 3: Pressing lightly against the paper with the side of your pencil/crayon, rub across the etching until it appears on the paper. Step 4: Remove from the face of the stone and spray with fixative to avoid smudging (Make sure no fixative gets on the headstone). Step 5: Frame or gift to a loved one.

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