Carolyn Sue Weddle

Carolyn Sue Weddle, age 77 of DeValls Bluff, passed away at her home on Thursday, September 1, 2022.
She was a former employee of the US Post Office at Roe, and she retired from Lennox Industries in Stuttgart. Sue was an avid quilter, and she loved her family, the outdoors, her horses, and her dogs – especially her faithful companion, Beau.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Winston and Eula Mae (Scroggins) Carr, and by her husband of 25 years, Harry Weddle, who departed this earth five years before she was able to join him; brothers Wince Jr, Buster, Wayne, Donnie, and Larry; her sister, Shirley Mae, and a granddaughter, Courtney Burlison.
She is survived by her sons, Emil Scheiderer III (Terri) of Ulm and Jason Scheiderer (LeAnn) of Roe; her daughter, Rebecca Roberts (Gaylon) of Humphrey, her stepdaughter, Susan Caplener (Don) of Clarendon; her sisters, Marlene Lee of Oneida, Kay Burtram of Dewitt, and Vickie Little of Jacksonville; grandchildren, Julia and Emil William Scheiderer IV, Christopher (Ruth) Scheiderer, Jonathan (Erica) Scheiderer, Kaylee Logsdon, Evan Jacobs, Blake Roberts, Ashley Roberts Eagle (Clay) and Gracelyn Caplener; 6 great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 7, 2022 at the Westbrook Funeral Home chapel in Hazen with visitation from 10:00 to 11:00 prior to the service.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to UAMS Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute.

10 thoughts on “Carolyn Sue Weddle”

  1. Rebecca Emil and Jason, she will be missed my all who were blessed to have known her. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

  2. William Anderson

    Mrs. Sue was a sweet Friend and neighbor. She will be missed by many. My heart goes out to the family in this time of loss.

  3. Was saddened to hear about Sue. Our thoughts & prayers are with her family as they grieve her loss. Ricky & Dubilia Huggs

  4. peggy hollanger munnerlyn

    Sue was so kind and friendly. I became friends with her when Henry was at Dr. Baltz office each week just as I was with my husband Boe. Prayers for each of you now in the days ahead.

  5. Sue will be so missed by so many people, and especially her children and family. I had the honor of being able to call her a dear friend for about 60 years with so many good memories that I will always treasure. May our Lord give her family comfort in the days ahead.

  6. I so loved Sue! I became friends with her when she married my high school buddy, Harry! Sue was a wonderful, beautiful, sweet lady! She will be so missed! She and I went to an Oak Ridge Boys concert in Searcy shortly after Harry passed. They introduced a new song, “There’s a Brand New Star Up in Heaven Tonight”. Although we pretty much lost it with the lyrics, coming home she said, “That song gave me comfort, even though it is so sad!” Sue, now the “Brand New Star” is YOU, and I know you will be shining the brightest! I have treasured our friendship! Prayers for all your family!

  7. Anna Ruth Kennedy

    Sue and I have been friends for several years. We shared many memories all connected with saddle cub activities. But later on we kept in touch as friends.

    I was planning to come to services today, but my family supposed to drive me had an important work meeting today and could not. I’m going on 82 and I still drive but not on I-40 between Littke Rick and Memphis.

    My condolences to you children and grands which she love very much.

  8. Sue was a terrific lady! I have known her since she married her first husband. She always had a smile and kind word for everyone! Prayers for the family! May God give you peace!

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