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Condolences for James R. "Tucker" Weissenberger


Amy, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Sandy
From Sandy Strittmater

Amy, My prayers go out to you and your family in this difficult time. I'm so sorry to hear about Tucker, he was a wonderful man and will be sadly missed.
From Becky PIeper

To Amy and your family, I am sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with your whole family. Love, Kelly Gilles and family
From Kelly Gilles (Hayes)

Patty, Bob, and families- I was saddened to hear of your loss of Jimmy. I always looked up to him when I was a kid, even though I hadn't seen him in years. I remember all the fun times all of us had when you lived on Green Bay Street. I bought my dad's house here at 1644 when Dad passed away in 2008, so I drive by your old homestead every day, many times a day. I think of you more than you know. I know you all have wonderful memories of your brother and son and I pray that you will gain strength as the days go by. I'm thinking of you today. Know that prayers are coming your way and God bless all of you in this difficult time. Nancy
From Nancy (Bedessem) Dotz

Amy and Family of J.R. Weissenberger While our personal commitments keep us from Tucker's memorial services; The loss of a friend and co-worker of more than 35 years and at the start of his retirement is deeply felt. You are all in our thought and prayers. Joe and Carol Theisen
From Joe Theisen

Amy, I am so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you and the family. Your faith will keep you strong. Our deepest sympathy, Mary & Dave
From Dave & Mary McClintock

Heather,Heath and Amy, So sorry, and we have many memories of him. He is at peace and no more suffering. He loved you all so much. He was always so nice and always like to visit. He had the nicest smile I remember. I have always thought of him as my brother in law and always will. He will be missed and God Bless you all.
From Patti&Tom Nesseth

Tucker enjoyed all of life so much, he had so many things to enjoy yet. Life and the end of it is never understood by the survivors. We just move with God's plan, all of us. Amy, my thoughts are with you as you move forward..Tom
From Tom Fuchs

My cousin Jimmy was one that I looked up to when I was growing up.I have many fond memories of him,my family would have great times in La Crosse. He would come camping with us and he would sing me songs all the way on our trip. "I'm Henry the Eighth I Am" was one of our favorites.I can still remember most of the words. He was at our house the day I was born my mom said he cried when he saw me. Heaven has gained a special man and I am proud to have had him as my cousin. Love Pam
From Pam Grivna Dunbar {Nuwpa}

I am so sorry for your loss Heather and Heath. You and your families are in my thoughts and prayers. Keep your chins up!! Rest in peace Jim.
From Kelly Lay

Amy and family, Giving you our most heartfeld sympathy. All of us will miss Uncle Jimmy much. I have many fond memories as a child and visiting with him and playing at his farm. Even now, my kids would love visiting with Uncle Jimmy because he was always laughing and playing jokes with them. Love, Tammy, Wade, Paige and Tyler P.S. I bet our Charlie would have loved to play with Josey and Uncle Jimmy.
From The Stevenson's

Dear Amy and Family, Please accept my sincere condolences for Jim. I will always remember him helping me when I was first learning to switch, he always had a sense of humor and was more than willing to teach me the ropes. I will be thinking of you and your family and knowing that you are not alone in this time of need. Nancy
From Nancy Weise

Dear Bob and Family, You are in our thoughts and prayers. Take shelter in knowing he is safe in the arms of the Lord and is reunited with his mom and baby sister. Peace and Many Blessings to you and your family. Peace and Love, Dan and Gerianne Wettstein and family
From Dan and Gerianne Wettstein

Heath, Heather, and Family. Sorry for your loss. I know what you are going through. Take care.
From Brian Kinder