The Life of Nancy Hizer Weimer



Obituary - Nancy (nee Hizer) Weimer, 75, of Mechanicsburg, PA, died September 1, 2022 at UPNC. Born in Media, she had formerly been a longtime resident of Delaware County before moving to Mechanicsburg in 2008.  A graduate of Clifton Heights HS, class of '64, she was an Administrative Assistant at the Eaton Corp for 27 years before retiring in 2006. Although Nancy's favorite role was as grandmother, she also enjoyed gardening, shopping and animals and was a loving pet parent to many dogs and cats throughout her life. An avid horse race fan, she also loved spending time at the beach in Ocean City Maryland. Wife of the late John who died in January 2021 and twin sister of the late Mary Lou Cibroski who died in May, Survivors: include her children Martin (Bethany Gendron) Weimer, Lorraine Stitt and grandsons Devin and Luke Stitt

 Her Service will be 12 noon Saturday, September 17, 2022, at Toppitzer Funeral Home at Arlington, 2900 State Rd., Drexel Hill PA 19026

Visitation: Saturday, September 17, 2022, 11:00 am

Interment: Arlington Cemetery, Drexel Hill, PA 19026

Contributions: in her memory to:, would be preferred




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Kind, Sweet, Compassionate

Aunt Nancy met my Uncle Jack in their freshman year of high school and they had been together all until his passing last year. She was the glue that held the family together. My memories of her were of a gentle, sweet person--I have never seen her angry.  She was a loving, caring mother, having raised a son and a daughter who have both inherited her sweet, loving traits.  Aunt Nancy was an executive secretary--well-respected, extremely capable and reliable.  She was extremely fond of animals and it was always such a pleasure to watch her interaction with her dogs and cats over the years.  She will be greatly missed.  God gave her to us for too short a period of time.  Thank you for being an example of a caring, decent human being, Aunt Nancy.

Posted by Ann G on 09/08/2022

Times with Gram

I'll always remember the times I shared with Grandma Nancy. Every time I went over she always asked "what should we do today?" No matter what we did we always had fun, going to antique stores, the Toys-R-us near my house, or just small adventures. Grandma Nancy was one who was always excited to see her family and one who always had a smile on her face when near. She had the biggest heart, and would always help you out when needed. Grandma Nancy will always be remembered for her loving nature and kindness to her family and friends. We will all miss her wonderful smile, and her loving ways.


Posted by Luke S on 09/13/2022