John H. Weller


John Henry Weller, known by "Jack", 80, of Glasgow, Kentucky, passed away Wednesday, April 17, 2019. He was the son of the late Dan and Florence Weller of Daytona Beach, Florida.
Jack was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Marietta; and two sisters, Elizabeth Weller Terry and Mary Weller Ashe. He is survived by his children, Bryan Weller (Steppanie) of Louisville, Kentucky, Stephanie Alison (David) of Marietta, Georgia, Brett Weller (Leah) of Murfreesboro, Tennessee; their mother, Janet Weller of Marietta, Georgia; his step-children, Jinny Hale (Shawn) of Glasgow, Kentucky, Amie Parke (Phillip) of St. Paul, Nebraska; and 10 grandchildren: Daniel, Josh, Anna, Cameron, Samantha, Caleb, Gavin, Logan, Hallie Mae and Cale.
Jack grew up in Daytona Beach, Florida.
He attended the University of Florida on a football scholarship and served in the U.S. Army. Jack was married to Marietta Leachman Weller in 1987 and they owned and operated successful community stores in Richmond, Kentucky for many years. An accomplished athlete in his youth, he continued to enjoy sports by cheering on his Florida Gators in football and his grandchildren in all of their activities.
A private graveside ceremony and burial will take place in Richmond, Kentucky on April 27. Memorial contributions may be made to the Barren County Family YMCA, where Jack was a member and enjoyed making new friends and staying fit. A.F. Crow & Son Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
Published on April 22, 2019
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Phil and Barbara Sanders
Apr 23, 2019
We did not know Jack, however Barbara and I have known Bryan Weller for 25 years and Bryan is is the definition of a great man with integrity and love for his family. Jack must have been a great Dad to have a son like Bryan!
We both know your Dad is in Heaven now!
We send our condolences!