Thomas Joseph Weiner
On Wednesday March 30, 2022, Thomas Joseph Weiner passed away in Cincinnati, Ohio surrounded by his family. It was his 77th birthday. TJ Is survived by his wife Cheryl of 55 years, sons Kevin (Bethany) Weiner and Marc (Amy) Winer; Pop to six grandchildren; Jordan, Antonio, Landen, Elise, Christian, Aiden, one great grandchild Kaeson; siblings Carol (Alan) Morse and Jan (Ron) Gill; and many nieces and nephews. TJ was preceded in death by his parents Thomas Howard and Roseann Weiner.
TJ was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. He attended Bishop Watterson High School where he lettered in three varsity sports. After turning down an opportunity to pitch in the minor leagues for the Pittsburgh Pirates, he accepted a full ride scholarship to play quarterback at the University of Cincinnati where he met his wife, Cheryl. After graduating with a degree in education he taught briefly at Western Hills High School and then spent the majority of his career in sales and management for what is currently MH Equipment. His love for sports continued as he coached his sons for many years. He was the official grill master at dinner time, made sure the pool was ready in the summertime and was always there cheering from the sidelines as his sons followed in his footsteps and coached, and his grandchildren played. TJ enjoyed and spent every moment he had with his sons, beloved grandchildren, and great grandson. He will be missed.
Celebration of Life Services for Thomas Weiner will be held on Wednesday April 13, 2022, from 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM at The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 2155 Compton Road, 45231(follow the blue line upon entering the memorial park) with Sue Slusher officiating.
Donations can be made in memory of Thomas’s life to American Cancer Society at https://donate3.cancer.org/
Shanell Lewis saysApril 13, 2022 at 12:01 pm
Tom was such a kind person. He would greet me every time he saw me and would ask me, “how are the kids and hubby”. When the kids were much younger he would ask them every afternoon how their school day went, when they would come to pick me up after work. I will miss those times and our meet and greets at the coffee pot. 🙂 May you rest now! My heart felt prayers go out to Tom’s family during this time of grieving.
Shaun Wilson saysApril 6, 2022 at 1:51 pm
Tom was a good man!! He always greeted me every time we saw each other and was always smiling and happy. My prayers to the family in this time of mourning.
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