Eugene T. Wieland

June 3, 1923 - April 14, 2012

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Eugene “Gene” beloved husband of fifty years of the late Florence Wieland (nee Poland) loving father of Steve (Chris) Wieland, Pam (John) Payne, Greg (Cathy) Wieland, grandfather of Steven, Christopher, Heather, Shannon, John, Emily, Eric, Elyse and great-grandfather of six, dear friend of Eleanor Franecki, brother of the late Snyder, Wilbur, Kenny and Keith Wieland. Gene was an active member of the Springfield Twp. Senior Center and loved by his family and friends. Saturday April 14, 2012 age 88. Visitation at St. Bartholomew Church 9375 Winton Rd., Springfield Township, Tuesday from 9:30 until Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30. In lieu of flowers donations my be made to VITAS Hospice 11500 Northlake Drive, 45249 and St. Clare Church 1443 Cedar Ave 45224.


George Charrier - Apr 17, 2012

Eugene was a good friend and a willing bridge partner. He loved to laugh and have fun. He never minded having tricks played on him. He was a good sport. Fun to be around always. Surely he will be missed by many.

St. Mary School - Apr 17, 2012

St. Mary School sends our thoughts and prayers to Mr. Wieland’s family and friends. Mr. Wieland has been a very supportive and generous friend to St. Mary School providing scholarships to many Catholic families in need. We treasure the stories he shared about how he proposed to Florence on the doorsteps of her ala mater, St. Mary School.
God Bless Mr. Wieland and all his loved ones.

The Payne Firm - Apr 16, 2012

Pam and John,

All of us at the Payne Firm send you our condolences, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

Cincinnati Alumni Chapter of Sigma Chi - Apr 15, 2012

On behalf of the Cincinnati Alumni Chapter of Sigma Chi, please accept our condolences on the death of your loved one and our fraternal friend.
“His friendship was enduring; his generosities were large; and his life was an inspiration. He loved his Fraternity; but he knew that its helpfulness and sympathies were meant to be broader than the bounds of the organization. His loyalty was grounded in the faith that fraternalism stands finally for better citizenship, for a more noble civilization, and for the higher ideals of life in its service to man and reverence to God.”
–The White Rose Ceremony