Rebecca Weitzman

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Rebecca Hastings Weitzman passed away peacefully on February 25, 2023 at the age of 78.  Rebecca is survived by her beloved husband Mark Weitzman of 45 years and her beloved nieces Rachel Hastings of Toledo, Ohio and Sarah Hastings Avina of San Antonio, Texas.  Rebecca is also survived by many dear friends; a nephew and another niece; along with many great nieces and nephews.

Rebecca will be remembered for her vibrant and fun spirit; her cool and unique style; her openness and acceptance towards all; her sweet affection and compliments towards others; her strong independent ways as a woman; her many accomplishments in life; her amazing cooking skills; and her love to entertain Family and Friends.


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  1. Tom Donovan says:

    Really sad to hear this. She was a really nice person. RIP prayers

  2. Karen Roscoe Ross says:

    Becky was a sweet intelligent person who I remember fondly from Waite High School (Class of 1963). She will always be remembered.
    Karen Roscoe Ross

  3. Jacki (Baumgartner) Dusza says:

    Becky lived next door to my family on Mason Street. She (and her 1st husband Paul) were a Godsend to our family after my mother passed suddenly. She also helped me get my job at Fiske Brothers Refining in 1973\We worked side by side and used to run home on our lunch hour to sunbathe in our family’s pool. She was so fun always. RIP Becky.

  4. Betty Lee Penn Harrod says:

    I’m so glad we got to talk. I will miss you and wish we could have visited more. I’m so glad you had such a loving, caring husband.

  5. Sylvia Kimbers-Fisher says:

    I was so sorry to hear that Rebecca Hastings-Weitzman had passed.
    Rebecca and I went to Navarre grade school together. She was such a nice, sweet and smart class mate. It’s so amazing that after all of these years she is still etched in my memory. Rest in peace Rebecca.

  6. Mike and Linda Fritz says:

    Mark and family
    We are sorry for your loss. We can only image how difficult this must be for you. We are wintering in California and look forward to seeing upon our return.

    Mike and Linda Fritz

  7. BobAlbrecht says:

    What a special lady. Always kind and gracious. She will be missed. Fair well sweet Tri Delt.

  8. John Reno says:

    Our condolences on the passing of your beautiful wife. May she rest in peace.


    John & Lynne

  9. Daniel Stypula says:

    So sorry for your loss

  10. JenPies says:

    Rebecca has made a difference in so many lives. I am grateful to have known her. Wishing you peace, comfort, courage, and lots of love at this time of sorrow. My heart goes out to you at this difficult time.

  11. Gail Lefkowitz says:

    Rebecca was always so welcoming, loving, and warm. She was a joy to spend time with. We never ran out of things to talk about. She and Mark were special together, one of those couples that show you what love is supposed to be. She will be missed.
    May her memory be for a blessing.

  12. Glenn and Linda Perlakowski says:

    TRAGIC news, our sincere condolences.

  13. Edy says:

    Our hearts are with you, Mark.

  14. Edy says:

    Our hearts are with you. It will not be easy to learn how to live without her but we will remember her beauty, humor and grace as we do.

  15. Lynne Thorne says:

    Love you Rebecca, I will never forget our deep conversations and your sweet ways. You are and will be greatly missed.

  16. Pamela Sudano says:

    This obituary describes her to a tee! I’ll miss her terribly.

  17. Robyn says:

    Thank you for sharing!
    Mark, you are in my thoughts and prayers. My sincere condolences on your loss of your beloved wife; Rebecca. May her memory be for a blessing