April 22, 1941 ~ July 27, 2021

Born in: Grove City, PA
Resided in: Hendersonville, NC

Judith “Judi” Gene Weeter (Geiser) passed away peacefully surrounded by family on July 27, 2021. She was preceded in death by her parents Raymond W. and Alice G. Geiser of Charlotte and formerly of Emlenton and Oil City, PA.

She was a devoted mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, teacher and friend. She had a passion for learning and attended Allegheny-Clarion Valley High School in Emlenton, PA, Indiana University of PA, Clarion University (Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority Sister), WV University, Penn State and UNCC. As a life-long educator, she loved her time spent teaching in the classroom as well as serving as the Early Education Director in Marysville, MI, Gifted/Talented Coordinator for West Greene Schools, PA, Mathematics Specialist, OH, and taught in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School System. She eventually retired as a teacher from the Rock Hill, SC School District, where she also served as President of their Teacher’s Association.

She was a gifted Equestrian and volunteered with Free Rein of Brevard and was the Volunteer Coordinator for Misty Meadows Mitey Riders in Waxhaw, NC. She was a talented soloist and musician who loved singing in the choir for her Trinity Presbyterian Church of Hendersonville. Her faithful stewardship also included serving as Elder and Session Member for the past six years, Chair of the Worship Ministry, Moderator of Deborah Circle, Presbyterian Women’s Coordinating Team Member, Music Camp volunteer, and Coordinator of the Stop Hunger Now Program. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Salvation Army Ladies Auxiliary, and numerous Book Clubs in MI, OH, PA and NC. She was a Levine Senior Citizen Volunteer.

She will be greatly missed by her sons, Robin C. Weeter (Deborah), Shaun P. Weeter, and Bryan K. Weeter; her brothers, Raymond W. Geiser, II (Barbara) and Daniel W. Geiser (Jeannette) and her grandchildren, Holly Weeter Tolbert (Michael), Garrett Weeter, and Grace Weeter. They will continue to honor her legacy by living with grace and love.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, August 7, 2021 at 4:00 PM at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Hendersonville, NC.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to her favorite charity, the Black Mountain Home for Children (https://blackmountainhome.org/memorials/).

Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian is assisting the family.


Celebration of Life: August 7, 2021 4:00 pm

Trinity Presbyterian Church of Hendersonville
900 Blythe Street
Hendersonville, NC 28791


Funeral Home Assisting The Family:

Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian
72 Long Shoals Road
Arden, NC 28704


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  1. Nancy and I extend our deepest sympathies for her and her family from back here in PA, where she lived her early life. It was nice to get to know her a bit better when we visited in Asheville these past few years.

  2. So sorry for your loss. Judi was a wonderful coworker and friend during the years we taught together at Oakdale Elementary School in Rock Hill. She was a dedicated and knowledgeable teacher and a bright, lovely person. May she Rest In Peace.

  3. Judi will be missed by all of us at Trinity Presbyterian Church. The Trinity Book Group will especially miss her contributions to our discussions and her insights shared freely. Prayers for her family in the days ahead.

  4. Judi was wonderful to work with at Mitey Riders. Her love of the children and the horses was amazing. May she find heavenly peace in her eternal rewards.

  5. So sorry to hear of Judi’s death. I taught with Judi at Oakdale Elementary in Rock Hill. Judi was a kind and caring lady who had a true compassion for teaching children.

  6. Judi will greatly be missed at Trinity PC. A beautiful lady in all ways. I truly enjoyed singing with her in the choir, her love for family, children, animals and her sweet caring ways for all. I’m sure she will sing with the angelic choirs in heaven.

  7. It is so sad when a life ends even though it is inevitable. I prefer to dwell on the handful of good times and happy moments that we shared and view the passing as a celebration of life. Thank you Judi, for all the joy you brought to those you touched.

  8. Time passes so fast. It seam I remember that I wanted to spend more time around her
    Dan’s Sister She leaf a lot of memories for a lot of people she cared about and loved
    We are the lucky one’s to have them


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