Harold Dean Weir

weir, h picHarold Dean Weir, 83, of Texas City passed away May 7, 2016 in Texas City. He was born August 31, 1932 in Bald Prairie, Texas to Dewitt W. and Ella Mae Weir.
Harold was a veteran in the US Air Force serving during the Korea War as a Military Policeman and a member of the Church of the Latter Day Saints in Texas City. He was a longtime resident of Texas City and La Marque, and retired from Monsanto / Sterling Chemical after 33 years.
He is preceded in death by his parents. Harold is survived by his wife of 62 years Charlene Weir of Texas City; daughter Sherry Weir Raiford and husband Michael of Conroe; sons Benjamin D. Weir and wife Elizabeth of Dickinson and Michael Dean Weir and wife Cindy of Santa Fe; nine grandchildren; Lee Michael Raiford and spouse Meagan, Bradley Raiford and spouse Brittany, Bobby Berk, Ashley Weir and spouse Jenny Jo, Caitlin Weir, Joseph DeKelaita, Jade DeKelaita, Robert Parnell, David Waidner and wife Tabatha; ten great grandchildren; Beckett Raiford, Elliot Brooke Raiford, Kelly Saski, Jonah Benjamin Weir, Jayden DeKelaita, Josyah DeKelaita, Paetyn Martinez, Alessa Waidner, Emily Davis and Caiden Weir.
Visitation will be from 3:00pm to 4:00pm on Saturday May 14, 2016 with the funeral service to follow at 4:00pm at the James Crowder Funeral Home in La Marque, Texas.


  1. Through all the years here in this area Bro. Weir has made one of the deepest impressions on me as he set a great example for those around him. Even though they were dealing with issues that accompany getting older both him and Sis. Weir always had a smile on their face and a warm embrace when I saw them. I always looked forward to visiting their home and it was difficult to have to leave. I know this great man has made a lasting impression on the lives of others as he did mine. I will always remember him as he strived to live the Principles of the Gospel with his great love for Father and his son Jesus Christ. My Bro. Weir will surely be missed but not ever be forgotten and in this Temporal life we lead isn’t that what we all wish for.
    God be with you Bro. Weir until we meet and embrace again.

    Carl Arnold

    Carl L Arnold Jr.
  2. Matthew 11:28 – 30, and much prayer for your family.

    Jim Martin

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