• Monday, November 1
    10am - 12pm
Monday, November 1
1pm at Chapel Hill memorial gardens, 700 Chapel Hill rd. Stoney Creek
Edward Weigelt

September 9, 1930 - October 29, 2021

Peacefully passed away on October 29, 2021 at the age 91. Predeceased by his wife Elisabeth and son, Edward. Ed was born in Moosehorn, Manitoba, but made his home in Hamilton. He was brother to the Weigelt family in Manitoba and survived by sisters Ella Desiatmyk and husband Peter, Eleonor Wark and her husband Bob, and brother-in-law Bob Dennis. Brother-in-law to the Demik family and survived by Lydia Demik, Amelia Demik, Leni Demik, and Nelly Postema. He was the much loved uncle Eddie to many nieces and nephews in Manitoba and Hamilton. He will be remembered by many for his easy smile, generous nature, often sharing tomatoes from his garden with family and friends and handing out candy to the many places he visited. Visitation for friends and family is at the MA Clark Funeral home at 567 Upper Wellington Street, Hamilton, on Monday, November 1, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Following Covid-19 regulations, all visitors must register by calling the funeral home at 905-383-3323. Graveside Service to be held on Monday, November 1, 2021 at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens at 700 Chapel Hill Rd, Stoney Creek at 1 pm. Condolences can be made online at maclarkfuneralhome.com. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St Joseph's Villa Foundation, Dundas.
Book of Condolences
Roberta Ferguson

Posted on: November 2, 2021

I was so sorry to hear of Uncle Eddie’s passing. We always loved having his visits, whether they were in the summer or at Christmas. He was always so proud of his tomatoes and mom and dad were able to enjoy them. They always left there with a full freezer of perogies and potatoe pancakes. He was always so full of hugs every time we saw him. He loved children and one of my fondest memories was his shelling pistachios fir my son who was maybe 3 or 4. He would not eat pistachios unless uncle Eddie shelled them. When I used to phone him and we could chat for hours. He will be deeply missed. Love you Uncle Eddie. Look after Mom for me 💋💕
Karen Desiatnyk Bertrand

Posted on: November 1, 2021

I was so sad to hear of Uncle Eddie passing. I always looked forward to his visits, and hearing about his tomato plants and his coin collection. His hugs were the best and I will miss them greatly.
Amelia Demik

Posted on: October 31, 2021

My Deepest Sympathy from my Demik and O’Grady families.
Eddie was a beloved member of the Demik family and will be sadly missed.
Bob Dennis

Posted on: October 30, 2021

I’m sorry to hear of Ed’s passing. I’m sure that he is working on a crossword puzzle with his sister Lorraine by now❤️We had many wonderful visits with Ed in Hamilton over the years . They always included going to the Reserve for gas and getting eggs to deliver to relatives and friends. He was always left with a good supply of perogies.Our children always enjoyed Uncle Eddie’s Christmas visits. His warm smiles and hugs will always be remembered.
Bob Dennis & Family
Sharon Gendron

Posted on: October 30, 2021

I met Ed at The Wellington Retirement home in Hamilton many years ago. When visiting my Aunt I would find them both at the dining table sharing a laugh and having fun. Generally, us three would sit in the lobby and together we would discuss the state of my current garden!! Ed loved to talk about his former gardens and where he had lived. As I am very familiar with the Mountain arena area we had much to discuss. Ed was always smiling and together with my aunt we shared many happy times.
Tammi Kolesar

Posted on: October 30, 2021

We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Mr. Ed. We pray God blessings of comfort and peace are felt by each of you whose lives he touched.

Mr. Ed was the kindest and most cheerful neighbour & dear friend to us. From the day we first moved next door to him up until I last spoke to him on the phone just a few weeks ago, he has always be so sweet, and a pure joy to be around. We will greatly miss the many days we spent sitting at the side of his home watching the birds flittering to and fro from his bird feeder, or in is backyard on warm evenings watching the skies and reminiscing about days gone by over a hot drink and donut (always a small coffee and Boston cream for Mr. Ed). We shared many a dinner, mini day trips, or drives out to the Reservation to fuel up his car. His vast knowledge of horticulture he happily shared, and we loved to help him plant and care for his lush gardens and lawns. He was so intelligent, a pure delight to speak with and had such a witty sense of humour. You will be sorrowfully missed & be forever in our hearts, Mr. Ed. Until we meet again...

Love Tammi, Wil & Siara xoxoxo