Jamie Weyers

November 30, -0001 - December 8, 2008

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WEYERS, Jamie (nee Vorwerck) faced each day with hope and a smile as she courageously fought brain tumors. Jamie created a life with her beloved husband, Dave and dear son, Noah Johnson. Jamie was the best friend you could ever have, with her wonderful laugh, great sense of humor and caring heart; when around her, you forgot your cares and were instantly full of good cheer. Heaven has gained an angel. Born September 18, 1971, Jamie humbly walked into the presence of God on December 8, 2008 where she now smiles upon all her family: parents Richard and Terri Vorwerck, husband Dave, son Noah, her four sisters; Kim (Graham) Hill, Robbin (Dave) Finley, Tina (Jamie) Malott, and twin Julie (Stuart) Ficke, mother-in-law Jean Weyers, in-laws Chris (Sheila) Weyers, and Jenny (Mike) Whatley, also survived by 8 nephews and 5 neices. Visitation will take place at the Hodapp Funeral Home 8815 Cincinnati-Columbus Rd. (Rt 42) Thursday from 5-8 PM. Mass of Christian Burial St. John Church West Chester, 9080 Cincinnati-Dayton Rd., West Chester Friday at 10 AM. Interment will take place at Graceland Memorial Gardens at 5989 Deerfield Road in Milford, OH 45150. In lieu of flowers please send memorial contributions to the American Brain Tumor Association (www.abta.org).


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Rebecca Page - Dec 12, 2008

Jamie had a wonderful way of lifting moods and brightening days with her smile. I remember swimming at the Y in the mid-80s with Jamie, Julie & Lisa; and playing at Lisa’s old house on Warder with Jamie & Julie and the M&M dispenser and the Snoopy ice machine. She will be dearly missed.

Tina Malott - Dec 11, 2008

I love you Jamie, but you knew that. I will miss you ever day of my life, but you knew that too. Thanks for being one of my best friends and making me laugh when I needed it. Enjoy Heaven and I will look forward to the day I see you again.

Jennifer Garner Osborne - Dec 11, 2008

I had the pleasure of meeting Jamie several times through the Neu family. Her presence was always bright and cheery and she will be missed. She was so strong through the whole ordeal and I’m so comforted to know she is in the hands of the LORD and SAVIOR. GODSPEED.

Jessica Ferrera - Dec 11, 2008

Jamie,my freind,my sister,the one who was always there when I needed you.I’ll truly miss all you’ve given me!I know your here softly wiping away my tears,telling me I’ll see you again.I Love You so much,thanx for being a true freind!Looking forward to seeing you again. Love Always, Jessica

Jenny (Palumbo) Caspersz - Dec 11, 2008

Jamie lightened up a room just being in it. I remember her from kindergarten, to our 1st Communion,through high school and then some! She made me feel like I was her only client when I went to her! But not just a client, a friend. She was always so positive and her laugh just made you want to laugh! She touched so many lives. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers.

Nyla Surber - Dec 10, 2008

Jamie and I worked together at McAlpins…She had one of the prettiest smiles I have seen & the personality to go with it. She will be missed.

Karen Greer - Dec 10, 2008

Jamie, you forever touched our lives with your smile, your kind heart and your true sweetness. Your strength thoughout this battle was unlike anything I’ve ever seen.
May your days now be filled with peace, love, smiles and happiness.
Until we meet again my dear dear friend. I love you.
Kare

Cheryl, Josie and Delaney Brun - Dec 10, 2008

Jamie would always light up the room whenever she walked in. The war against her illness was waged with the heart of a warrior. She is truly an inspiration. Our love and support to all her family, and especially to Dave and Kim for their endless love and care that took her through it all and to the end. Her wings are beautiful!