John 14:6 Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.
Mr. David Scott Weddell, age 45, Johnson City, passed away Monday, August 6, 2012 at the Johnson City Medical Center.
Mr. Weddell was a native of Des Moines, Iowa and son of the late James Harold & Laura Jane Weddell.
He was a member of Boones Creek Christian Church. David was a devout Christian and was passionate about his faith.
Mr. Weddell was the Assistant Club House Manager for the Johnson City Cardinals and worked for several years for the Appalachian Fair.
Survivors include three brothers, Jon Weddell, Hamilton, NJ, Brian Weddell, Charlotte, NC and James Weddell, Johnson City.
Memorial services will be conducted 4:00 PM Thursday August 9, 2012 at Boones Creek Christian Church with Minister David Clark officiating.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Boones Creek Christian Church 305 Christian Church Rd. Gray, TN 37615.
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EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES
He was always a bright spot in my Sundays. I liked talking
with him about the Cardinals which was our shared passion.
He was a kind, gentle and funny guy when you got to know
him. It was wonderful getting to know him and he will be
missed. He is with God whom he loved with all of his being. I
feel blessed to have known him as little as I did.
Richard, Barney, Tim and Leigh
The staff at the Johnson City Post Office wishes to offer their condolences to David's family.
David was a regular customer at the Post Office, and a favorite. I will miss him and his absence will be felt. Deepest sympathy to his family.
To the Weddell Brothers
My sincere sympathy to you all. I am privledged to be a friend of Brian's in Charlotte and think the world of him. If anything hurts Brian it hurts me and my sadness for Brian is overwhelming right now. At this time, may the pain and loss you all are feeling may join you together.
Bless you today and always
I am so sorry for you and your brothers but thankful that you were all together with David. My prayers are with you.
I am very sorry to learn of David's passing and my condolences to his three brothers and entire family.
My deepest condolences to you and your family. You are in
my thoughts & prayers. Love you so much!
David was the salt of the earth. He was a simple man with a pure and simple faith. David’s heart was full of love, generous to those who would pull along side and listen to his story. David had more distinctive adventures in life then one can imagine. I will miss his monthly phone calls and stories – especially the baseball exploits. The gift he leaves behind are the “David” stories. The stories that will continue to make us laugh and cry… David will be missed by many – especially that annual Christmas card that was so important for him to send. The “Super Fan” will be missed. Jimmy, Jon and Brian you are in our prayers.
I am so saddened to learn of David's passing. A sweet, kind,
and giving gentleman who will always be remembered fondly
by my family and me.
William B Campbell
My deep condolences to David's brothers. I hope you know that he is now at peace. You are in my and Sue's thoughts and prayers. Memory is wonderful at this time.