Levi A. Weicht
Levi Adam Weicht, 22, Everett, died at home due to an unnoticed heart condition on Thursday, May 12, 2011.
He was born March 14, 1989, at Memorial Hospital of Bedford County, a son of Jocelyn N. Weicht of Clearville, and Adam W. Weicht of Ruby, S.C.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his brother, Luke W. Weicht, Clearville; maternal grandfather Robert J. Nelson, Clearville; paternal grandmother Joann M. (Beegle) Jay and husband Richard Jay, Everett; stepmother, Sara Weicht, Ruby, S.C.; many aunts and uncles: Anjie (Nelson) Vance and husband Weldon Vance, Artemas; Robert R. Nelson and wife Julie (Stiffler) Nelson, Clearville; Joseph S. Nelson and wife Darla (Kifer) Nelson, Chaneysville; Martha J. Wentz and husband Dave Wentz, Hopewell; Ellis W. Weicht, Ruby, S.C.; Bernice A. Barkman and husband Kevin Barkman, Clearville; Mary L. Bulger and husband Jamie Bulger, Everett; Eunice R. Weicht, Ellensburg, Wash.; Kimberly J. Price and husband John Price Jr., Everett; Kelly D. Jay, Crystal Spring, and Wendy Weicht, Lenior, N.C.; his mother’s fiance, Terry Markle, and his mother Shirley Markle, Everett; his children: Justin Markle and friend Kelly Haines, Roaring Spring; and Chasity Markle, Altoona, and her children: Kaylin, Liam and Bryson; and many cousins, including those he was especially close to: Victoria Morse, Brent Nelson, Alicia Weicht, Jennifer Weicht, Ashley Cottle, Matt Price, Jarred Bulger, Travis Wentz, Steve Wentz and Heather Wentz; and close friend Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Kris Benson and his favorite pet cat, Woody.
He was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Joan V. (Stotler) Nelson, and his paternal grandfather, Oscar L. Weicht.
He was a graduate of Everett Area High School, Class of 2007, and attended Allegheny College of Maryland at both the Everett and Cumberland, Md., campuses, nearing graduation within the next semester.
He was an avid sports fan, having played baseball with the Clearville Little League team before he entered kindergarten and for many years after, and could answer questions about all types of sports, be it baseball or football, golf, swimming or the Olympics.
He really enjoyed spending time with his brother and best friend, Luke; playing video games or just hanging out; was a dedicated son who was always willing to lend a hand to his mom; and was a kind and loving son, brother, grandson, nephew and friend who will be greatly missed.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 17, at 11 a.m., in the chapel at Dalla Valle Funeral Service, Everett. Pastor Ron Hott officiated. Burial was made at the Nelson Family Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Clearville Little League.