Gloria D. Weiman

  • Born: August 9, 1942
  • Died: February 12, 2015
  • Location: North Port, Florida

Roberson Funeral Home and Crematory

2151 Tamiami Trail
Port Charlotte, FL 33948

info@robersonfh.com
Tel. 941-629-3141

Tribute & Message From The Family


Gloria D. Weiman, 72, formerly of Baiting Hollow, New York, peacefully passed away Thursday, February 12, 2015 at her North Port, FL residence.

Born August 9, 1942 in Bay Shore, Long Island New York, Gloria, a 1980 graduate of Suffolk Community College, worked for Siben & Siben Injury Law Firm in Bay Shore for 35 years until her retirement. A resident of Baiting Hollow for many years, Gloria moved to North Port in November of 2014.

Gloria is survived by a sister, Mary L. (Ed) Smith of North Port, FL, two brothers, Anthony Pereira of Tryon, NC, and Michael Pereira of New Port Richey, FL; and numerous extended family members.

A private committal will be held by family members at a later date. No local services are planned at this time.

Arrangements are by Roberson Funeral Homes & Crematory Port Charlotte Chapel.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Aunt Gloria,

How can I sum up all you meant to me, Dean, and the kids in just a few words? Your laughter and your smile were contagious and you lit up the room when you walked in. I'm eternally grateful for all you did for dad. You were his rock and I know the two of you (and Jackie) are looking down on us, watching over and loving us. I miss all of you so very much but I know you're all in a better place now and with us whenever we're yelling and screaming at the Giants. Love you, Aunt Gloria. You're the best!

Posted by Laura, Dean, & the kids - Virginia Beach, VA - niece in law   March 15, 2015

We will always remember laughing with Gloria. And standing with her, hand over heart, while the National Anthem was played at the Giants super bowl. No, we weren't at the game. We were in our tv room eating pot roast and watching the game. Remembering looking forward to glo's arrival in fla because We knew we would have a blast. Having Gloria with us when we cruised Canada and New England one fall. Always correcting how my sweater was draped around me. "No, susan, don't tie it aound your waist, drape it over your shoulders. You look more preppie that way." She was such a trip. We could talk about the 1969 Mets and moan about what they turned into.
Be at peace. Love, Susan and Kathy

Posted by Susan phillips    February 21, 2015

One year, Gloria came to visit Blairsville Georgia with other friends. She and others stayed at our house. Our house in the mountains had three levels, and Gloria stayed in the fully contained basement. Maryann and Sara stayed on the main level, and Darlene and I stayed on the upper level. We had so many friends vacationing at that time, that Terry Wells, our next door neighbor was hosting people at her house as well. Gloria was a perfect guest, and we had a great time. But, when it got time to leave to go to a festival or craft fair, we kept forgetting Gloria. It happened to her twice. She was downstairs getting ready and we actually went off and left her. It became a joke, where we all would say, ok where's Gloria. Do you have her in your car???

God Bless you Gloria. Love Sue and Dar.

Posted by Sue Boyd - Pinellas Park, FL - Friend   February 19, 2015

My Dearest Gloria,
You were the most remarkable woman that I have ever met. You were a wonderful friend who was always there when I or anyone else needed you. You were compassionate, understanding and loving. I have missed you so much when you were ill and I will miss you always. I wish I was able to say good bye but please know that I loved you very much and will always love you.
Rest in Peace my beautiful and wonderful friend. You will be so missed by me and everyone who's heart you touched. There will always be a special place in my heart for you.
Love You Always,
Rae

Posted by Rae Dicapua - NEW PORT RICHEY, FL - Friend   February 19, 2015

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You were a friend to everyone you met. Many years had past between visits, but the minute we reconnected, it seemed like only weeks since I had seen you. Your smile and laugh will be in my memory always and even though I will miss you, I will know that you are at peace. God Bless you my friend.

Posted by Lynn Harmon - Clearwater, FL - Friend   February 18, 2015

Gloria,
You were my golf buddy and my loving sister. We will miss your smile, generosity and the way you loved the entire family. You never held back when family was involved. Everyone who met you is saddened by your passing but there are lots of happy people in heaven who were there to greet you. We thank God that you are no longer in pain, but we will always miss you.

Posted by Ed and Mary Smith - North Port, FL - Brother-in-law and Sister   February 18, 2015

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May this candle of light shine in the hearts of all your family and friends you left behind. You are greatly missed. Rest in peace.
We love you.

Posted by Barb & Bet - Blairsville, GA - Friend   February 18, 2015

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You were a friend to all you met. We lost touch for many years, but when we finally reconnected, it was as if only a few weeks had past. Your smile and laugh will be part of my memory always. I will miss you dear friend, but I know you are at peace and your suffering has ended.

Posted by Lynn Harmon - Clearwater, FL - Friend   February 18, 2015

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You have touched the lives of so many people and will be missed by all. You will be remembered for your humor and generosity. Your smile would light up a room when you arrived, and everyone who met you could not help but love you. I will miss you my friend, but you are no longer in pain and your suffering is over, and that gives me comfort. The world has lost a wonderful person but heaven has gained an angel. Until we meet again, rest in peace my friend and God Bless You.

Posted by Marie Casella - Palm Harbor, FL - Friend   February 18, 2015