Phillip Burton Weeman  July 15 1932  March 31 2018

Phillip Burton Weeman July 15 1932 March 31 2018

Obituary for Phillip Burton Weeman
FORT WORTH- Phillip Burton “Burt” Weeman was welcomed into heaven by his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Saturday, March 31, after faithfully serving Him for 85 years.
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Born in Fort Worth on July 15,1932, Burt attended Arlington Heights High School, New Mexico Military Institute and Texas Christian University. He was founder and president of General Brick Sales Co. Inc, which he built and guided with hard work and integrity. He was a founding member of Christ Chapel Bible Church. Burt was a man of deep faith. His love was for Jesus, his family, and friends. He led others with a generous and compassionate heart, both with and without words. Burt believed the promise of John 3:16, “For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.”
Survivors: Wife, Carol Wayman Weeman; daughters, Susan (Mark) Presley, Ann (Bobby) Cooper, and Carol Rea Weeman; a sister, Charlotte (Sam) Clammer; five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and numerous other family
members, all of whom he dearly loved.
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