Jeffrey L. Weigl

Born: 10/30/1949 Passed:

It is with great sadness and a broken heart that I share with you that Jeffrey Lee Weigl, my husband, my soul mate, my best friend for 32 years lost his battle with cancer on June 6, 2018 at the age of 68. He is survived by his loving wife, Beverly; mother, Margaret; sister, Anne; brother, Tom; and brothers-in-law, Dave and Gene. Loved as well by our niece Ashleigh, and nephews Matt and Nate and many special friends who have been with us every step of the way for 22 months.

He was the son of the late William Weigl.

Formerly of Brecksville, he was a Mechanical/Sales/Design engineer and holder of three U.S. patents. He was an avid outdoorsman, golfer and expert birder who traveled to 49 states and several countries to pursue his passions. He often said the woods was his cathedral. A kind, loving, gentle man. He died at home as he wished with his wife beside him after a long, courageous fight. The universe has another star now. No services will be held, cremation has taken place and his ashes will be scattered privately as he wished. Very special thanks to Cleveland Clinic Oncology in Twinsburg and the CCF Hospice department for exceptional care. Anyone wishing to honor his memory can donate to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PANCAN). Condolences can be shared with his family at

Heritage Cremation Society


4 Tributes to Jeffrey L. Weigl

  1. John Day says:

    I worked with Jeff at Cajon many years ago. I was also part of a group that went camping and canoeing with Jeff. He was great to work with. I truly enjoyed his company. I remember him as a gentle man who was very patient and never had a bad word for anyone. I’m very sorry to hear of his passing. Please accept my prayers and condo!ences.

  2. Andy Evridge says:

    To Beverly and Jeff’s family,

    Please accept my condolences on your loss. Jeff and I knew each other from our days at Cajon and I was also a member of the canoeing, camping, and rafting group from that time (we may have called ourselves “river rats” at the time).

    Jeff was our “sparkplug,” during those experiences because his presence made them all the more fun and memorable. I am heart-broken over his passing because he was a genuinely kind, honest, and decent person; one of those rare individuals who made life worth living. The world, and our lives, are a bit emptier now with his passing, but we can all value the memories he has left us.

  3. Ed Sustersic says:

    To Bev, Margaret, Anne, & Tom,
    Your loved one was my life-long friend, a friendship that began in junior high. The family was right on with the statement – “The universe has another star now.” He will be missed.

  4. Susan Wagner Hogarth says:

    Very sorry for your loss. I worked with Jeff years ago at Cleveland Mixer. He was a very kind and gentle person. God Bless him….

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