Melody Ann Weisner, age 69, of Bethlehem, GA., passed away Tuesday, March 24, 2015. She is preceded in death by her husband, Howard Weisner.  She is survived by her son, Reid Mark Weisner of Dacula, GA; Sister and Brother in Law: Joanne and Bernard Vavrek of Clarion, PA;   A funeral service will be held Saturday, March  28, 2015 at 1:00 P.M. at Wages and Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy., Lawrenceville, GA with Dr. Lamar Holley officiating . The family will receive friends Saturday, March 28, 2015 from 12:00 P.M. to 1:00 P.M.  Online condolences can be expressed at

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  1. Melody was a wonderful person and caring friend. Someone who never met a stranger. She made such a positive impact on so many people, both near and far. I miss my friend. My most heartfelt condolences to her family.

  2. Melody was a wonderful human being, wonderful and true friend, we worked together for many years and shared many wonderful moments. I am gong to miss you my dear friend.
    Reíd my deepest sympathy you were the love of Her life.

  3. I didn’t know Melody well, but during my various trips to the Norcross office, she was always cheerful, hard-working, kind and eager to learn. She will be missed by all those that had the pleasure of knowing her. My sincere condolences to her family and friends.

  4. I never got to meet Melody but from talking to Reid I felt like I knew her. Reid you are a kind and caring son that would make any mother proud. Im here if you need me see you soon . FAITH

  5. Melody was one of the kindest, caring and most giving individuals I have ever had the privilege to know. I feel very honored to have known her and will miss her so very much. Reid my heartfelt condolences to you and her family and friends.

  6. I had the pleasure of knowing and working with Melody for the last 15 years. She was a pleasure to be around, a very kind, compassionate person and always thinking of others before herself. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her. Deepest condolences to Reid and the rest of the family.

  7. Melody was truly a wonderful person to be around. She was kind and understanding, always made time to speak with us at work and friends. Melody personality made her warm and easy to engage in many conversations, work related or family matters. I had the pleasure to know Melody for 20 years, much has happened since we first meet. Lately Melody health was deteriorating, never the less she remained positive and when speaking with Melody she always looked at us in the eyes with a smile. She made us feel connected and engaged. I will always remember Melody for the good deeds and her energy she displayed. She will be missed. Deepest condolences to Reid and family.

  8. Melody was my mentor, my friend, my confidant for so many years.. She imparted so much in my life on how to be a good wife and mother. I thank GOD for giving me the opportunity to have someone like her in my life. Reid, your mother was the epitome of
    a woman. She will surely be missed.

  9. Melody was a kind, attentive, generous, and understanding friend of mine. I had the pleasure of knowing her for the past 15 years and working directly with her for the past 8 years. I lovingly referred to her as “Mom” as she always had that atmosphere around her that enabled her to take care of all of us like we were her children and best friends. I shall miss her dearly and also know that she will never fade from my memory.
    My deepest sympathies to Reid and Family. I shall miss her returns from Wrestlemania and hearing all of the wrestlers that she met that year.

  10. Reid, I’m so very sorry to hear of your loss. I know how close you were with your mom. She loved you deeply!
    I worked with her for 18 years and she spoke of you all the time! I haven’t seen her in about 5 years, but we did speak a couple of times, plus Robin (my hairdresser your mom referred me to) would keep me up to date regarding your mom. We had just spoken of her on 3/21.
    Melody was a lovely woman and very helpful to all. Melody had that personality that just drew people in. She was fun to be around. She had a smile that would light up any room. She will be missed by all! My thoughts and prayers are with you Reid, Joanne and Bernard!

  11. I had the pleasure of working with Melody for many years. In fact Melody was instrumental in getting “The Aspinall family” from the United Kingdom to Georgia back in 1999, including our beloved Cat “Jess”. Melody was an avid ice hockey fan and on a trip to Pittsburgh I was able to get her a gift promoting her beloved Penguins. Melody was a wonderful person and we will never forget what she did for us as a family.

    Melody will be sorely missed, our thoughts and prayers go out to Reid and family.

    God Bless.

    Paul, Wendy, Owen and Byron Aspinall

  12. Melody was a JOY to talk with each and every day at work, I had the pleasure of knowing her for 6 wonderful years. My sincere heartfelt sympathy to you Reid and your family.
    May the memories keep you going……

  13. Melody was a wonderful and kind woman. I had the pleasure of working with her for four years and she will be truly missed. My heart and sympathies are with Reid and the rest of her family. Although she may be gone, her memory will be with us forever.

  14. Reid,
    We never know the Divine Plan of the Father. He allows us to cross the paths of one another in our lives and even in our workplaces. I have come to learn that some people touch our lives forever, and that’s what Melody did. Melody is loved and will always remain in our hearts. Ms. Mel, thanks for the beautiful memories and gracing us with your spirit.

  15. Reid,
    Your mother will be missed. Our hearts and prayers go out to you and your family in this time of mourning.
    “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” Matthew 5:4

    Angela, Todd, Adam & Alan Anderson

  16. To the family and friends of Melody Ann Weisner: I wanted to send my condolences in this important time of need. God, our Creator, knows that we are having a great pain in our heart and he is eager to bring us comfort. He too has endured his son passing away. John 3:16
    Who better to give us hope than, someone who has experienced the same situation. In Revelation 21:4,5 God promises us that he will do away with death and sorrow and that he will replace those former things with a new world.

  17. I played football as a young boy on the stone mountain pirates team with Reid. Howard and Melody were always there to support Reid and I to do our best. Our sincere thoughts go out to the Reid family upon hearing of Melody’s passing. God bless.

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