Phyllis (Coffey) Weidman

August 15, 1943 ~ September 3, 2019 (age 76)


Phyllis Coffey Weidman of Greensboro entered into eternal salvation to join her mother, father, brother, husband, and other loved ones, on September 3. 2019.

The family will hold a private memorial service in her honor.

Along with her twin sister, Phyllis was born August 15, 1943 in Lancaster, PA. She graduated from Manheim Township High School class of 1961 in Lancaster, PA. She also attended operating room technician training at Lancaster General Hospital (191-1962).

Phyllis founded the Greensboro “Mother of Multiples” Club in 1974 and founded Olde Forest Garden Club in 1985. She was previously employed by Wesley Long Hospital (1978-1993) and Moses Cone Emergency Department (1993-1998) before she retired.

She was a very loving, kind, and generous mother and grandmother. Phyllis enjoyed family, friends, reading, dancing, music, and animals. She was heartbroken when hearing about abuse to children or animals, made frequent charitable donations to the ASPCA and other organizations, and was of the Moravian faith.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Ralph Alan Weidman, and her brother, Michael L. Coffey of Lancaster, Pa.

Left behind to cherish her memory are three daughters; Brenda, and twins, Beverly and Barbara, all of Greensboro. Her grandchildren, Marissa, Jenna, Nickolas, Mason, Alex, and Aaron; and great grandson, Rowan, were her joy and delight. She will be deeply missed by them, as well as others. Her spirit, however, will forever be in out hearts.

Her twin sister, Carol Perry, and brother-in-law, David Perry also survive her along with her brother-in-law, George H. Weidman of Rockdale, TX.

In lieu of flowers, Phyllis has requested contributions to be made to the Brenner Children’s Hospital, Medical Center Boulevard, Winston-Salem, NC 27157 or to the Animal Rescue and Foster League (ARF), PO Box 77393, Greensboro, NC 27417.



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