Shirley Weigley

Shirley Weigley

February 2, 1929 July 20, 2020

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Obituary for Shirley M. Weigley (Sollenberger)

Shirley M. Weigley, 91, formerly of Spring Township, passed away on Monday, July 20, 2020 while in the care of the skilled staff of the Highlands at Wyomissing.

Born in West Reading, Shirley was the only child of the late Harry H. and Mary M. (Weber) Sollenberger. Shirley graduated from West Reading High School ’46.

A passionate artist from a young age, Shirley began her fine arts education at age of 9 at the Reading Museum and Wyomissing Institute. She would go on to study fine arts at Syracuse University. She refined her craft throughout her life, though she was always partial to painting landscapes, especially stone farmhouses in the winter. Watercolor was Shirley’s medium of choice and she won several art awards throughout the northeast.

She was a parishioner of Immanuel United Church of Christ, Shillington.

Shirley will be remembered by her children: Peter Weigley, husband of Peggy of Brick, NJ; Jim Weigley, husband of Jane of Chevy Chase, MD; and Tom Weigley of Wyomissing; her nine grandchildren; and six great grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, Shirley’s family asks that contributions in her memory be offered to Immanuel UCC, 99 S Waverly St, Shillington, PA 19607.

A private family service will be held.

Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc., is honored to assist with arrangements. Condolences, tributes, and fond memories may be expressed at

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Pete Finger

Shirley's mother, Mary, was my late father's aunt, so Shirley and I are related distantly. Yet Mary and Shirley were two of my favorite people. Although I live in South Dakota, I got to travel for my job and would stop to see Shirley from time to time. My mom and I were always amazed at her energy, attitude and all the projects she participated in, especially considering her health challenges. I will greatly miss visiting Shirley but am happy I got to meet her children on a recent trip.
Comment | Posted at 03:06am via Condolence

Hazel Geracimos

lTo Shirley's family I send my deepest condolences for the passing of this wonderful woman. Shirley was the most gracious, unassuming and talented lady that I had the privillege of calling a friend. I met Shirley in Immanuel's Koinia women's group about 26 years ago. Despite her disability, she didn't indulge in complaining, but maintained her strong faith in God. Since I live at The Highlands, I was able to continue a close contact with her these last few years. I really admired her and will miss her.
Comment | Posted at 09:31pm via Condolence

Stewart McDonough

Shirley M. (Sollie) Weigley (Sollenberger) family members and friends, the WRHS Alumni Association wishes to extend our heartfelt condolences at this time of sorrow and loss. Cherished memories will help to keep her to live on in our thoughts and prayers.
West Reading High School Alumni Association
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