|Date of Birth||June 19, 1948|
|Date Deceased||August 28, 2022|
Kenneth Gary Weir
HORNELL-Kenneth Gary Weir, 74, of County Route 56, Town of Fremont, passed away early Sunday afternoon (Aug. 28, 2022) at Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester.
He was a member of Local Union No. 832 of Operating Engineers for 55 years.
Gary enjoyed family, friends, hunting, fishing, Polish food and country music.
He is lovingly survived by his wife, Gail Louann (Risley) Weir; four children, Teresa Rene’ Weir, Katherine Megan (Weir) Schoone, Patricia Amanda Weir (Adam Constantine) and Keith Travis Weir (Kari Naylor); five grandchildren, Elizabeth Weir, Shelby Weir, Stephanie Schoone, Jordi Schoone and Monica (Naylor) Slaght (Brandon Slaght); three great grandchildren, Bryce, Hudson and Riley Slaght; one sister, Patricia Haefner
Gary was predeceased by his parents, Kenneth L. and Rosalie (Zukowski) Weir; and his son-in-law, Marc Schoone.
To honor his wishes there will be no calling hours or funeral service.
The Bishop-Johnson & DeSanto Funeral Home, 285 Main St., Hornell is honored to assist Gary’s family with the arrangements.
Online condolences or remembrances of Gary are welcome below in the comment section or on the Facebook page of Bishop-Johnson & DeSanto Funeral Home.
Gary and Gail were the first people we met when we came to Hornell and we became fast friends. We spent so many joyful hours together. Gary had a wonderful sense of humor and could always make us laugh. He adored his wife and family as they did him. He will be greatly missed. Jim and I were proud to call him our friend.
So sorry to hear of Gary and Marc’s passing, my thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.
My Condolences to Gail and the Weir family.
I know that you cared deeply for your father, Gary. You gave much back to you Dad as you always do. Bless you!
Dear Gail and family,
We are so very sorry to hear of Gary’s passing. Just a few weeks ago we were driving down Big Creek and passed your road wondering how you were. We at one time were good friends.. We lived next to you in Goodwin’s Trailer Park. We had such good times. We even went with you one weekend and stayed with your parents. Such dear people. You now have a beautiful family.
We will never forget Gary’s wit. If someone could make me laugh, it was him.
We will always cherish our friendship with you and the memories.
I’m so sorry to read that Gary passed away. Remember we worked together for Bob Evans. Doug and I have often thought about you and your family over the years. May your memories help ease the pain you’re feeling.