In Memory of

Nellie

J.

Weyerman

Obituary for Nellie J. Weyerman

WEYERMAN, Nellie J.
Middleville


Nellie Jo Weyerman, age 88 of Middleville, passed away on May 26, 2022. Nellie was born on September 28, 1933 at home on Blue Mountain in Anniston, Alabama to Jesse Joseph Mathis and Lassie Lucille Brookshire Mathis of Calhoun, Georgia. She was married for 23 years to James M. Harrison, her high school sweetheart from Stanton Alabama, and together they had three children: James Ronald (Ronnie), Randal (Randy) and Sandra (Sandy). Later, Nellie moved to Middleville where she met and married John M. Weyerman. While growing up in Anniston, she was baptized and became a member of West Parks Heights Baptist Church. She loved people, music, singing, dancing and playing the piano. She liked cooking, baking cakes, pies, southern-style foods, and having joyful moments with family and friends. Nellie resided at Lincoln Meadows Apartments for over two decades, where she enjoyed many neighbors and loved socializing at the TK restaurant. Her loving family will always cherish and hold their fondest memories of her close to their hearts. She is survived by her children: Randal Harrison of Anniston, AL, Sandra (Harrison) Obst (Rob) of Michigan; Michigan grandsons: DJ (Randi) Zylstra, Zach (Kristana) Tolan; several grandchildren from Alabama, Georgia and Wisconsin: James (Rok) (Darlene), Mark, Nathanael (Joan), Brian, Krista (Marshall) Jessica, Shannon; 12 great grandchildren; 2 great-great grandchildren; brother, W. Eugene Mathis (Tess); sister, Dorothy Mathis. She was preceded in death by her oldest son, Ronnie; parents; husband; siblings: Era Langston, Helen Carroll, from Georgia, Jesse McGee, Ruth Preston, Henry Mathis from Alabama. The family is grateful to the Barry County Commission on Aging for assisting her while still living at home. Much gratitude goes out to Metro Hospital, Medilodge nursing home staff, and Faith Hospice. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Heart Association. Private burial will take place at Mount Hope Cemetery in Middleville. “Therefor being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ.” - Romans 5:1, KJV.