John W. “Bill” Weekly
November 2, 1950 – September 17, 2019
Retired after 20 years and one day from Omaha Police Dept. and National Guard. Preceded in death by father, Jack Weekly; brother, Dan Weekly. Survived by wife, Susan J. Weekly; daughters, Beth A. Tweed (Mark) and Amy L. Rapp (Jacob); five grandchildren: John, William, Lauren, Nolan, and Molly; mother, Bette L. Weekly; siblings: Tom (Tricia), Mike (Pam), and Mat (Sheryl).
The family will receive friends on Sunday, September 22nd from 4pm to 6pm at St. Pius X Catholic Church, 6905 Blondo, followed by VIGIL SERVICE at 6pm. MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: Monday, September 23rd at 10:30am at St. Pius X Catholic Church. Entombment: Weekly Mausoleum at Resurrection Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center or St. Pius X/St. Leo Elementary School.
Dear Weekly Family,
Sorry for Bill’s passing. I served in the Guard with Bill. He was a.great companion and a joy to be around. Many good memories. Thank you for sharing him.
I’ll remember Bill as a.great Policeman and great friend. He will be missed. Will keep you all in my prayers.may God give you peace and comfort during this time of grieving.
Great lawman and well-liked by anyone who knew him.
When I think of Bill it puts a smile on my face. He always had a way of lighting up a room. If anyone ever needed help with anything. You could call Bill. He either new how to do it or could figure it out. No matter what it was. I know he is in heaven fixing something right now.
May our Lord be with Sue and the Weekly family during this time. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Jim and Kim Ciurej
I’m thinking of your family during this difficult time. Prayers and hugs!
I am so sorry for your loss. May the many happy memories you shared together be of some comfort to you in the days ahead. And may you find hope in God’s promise to soon undo ‘all tears, pain and even death’ (Rev. 21:4). Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you.
I guided Bill and his Father Jack at high Hill Lake in Manitoba canada and truly enjoyed his company – a remarkable man from whom I learned much of his great exploits and experiences – my condolences to the family / from Canada