Thelma L. Wesely
December 6, 1933 – May 25, 2023
Thelma L. (Shelton) Wesely died peacefully at Parsons House on Eagle Run on May 25, 2023, at the age of 89. Thelma was born on December 6, 1933, in Indian Head, Maryland.
She was preceded in death by her husband Emery A. Wesely, parents George and Elizabeth Shelton, 11 brothers and 2 sisters.
She is survived by her beloved family, children: Karen (Mike) Wiehl, David (Debbie) Wesely, Sharon Rasmussen, and Michael (Tricia) Wesely; grandchildren: Ashley (Eric) Hinze, Stephanie Rasmussen of Denver, CO, Brynn (Charlie) Whitmer of Chicago, IL, Lindsey (Neil) Wortmann, Jason (Stephani) Wesely, Kristyn (Cory) Kuehn, Michelle Rasmussen, Kyla (Travis) Lindstrom of Oakland, NE, Blake Wesely (Amber Cummins), Cody (Taylor) Wesely of Denver CO, Sydney Wesely (Jake Schilz) of Ogallala, NE, Miranda Wesely of Des Moines, IA, and Bryce Wesely of Denver, CO; great-grandchildren: Kinley and Kaia Hinze, Emery and Isla Wesely, Arden, Bobby, JP, Oliver, and Beau Whitmer, Tucker, Colton, and Kate Kuehn, Saylor Schilz, and two more expected this summer; siblings: Alfred (Pete) Shelton of Bethany, OK, Shirley Woods of Virginia Beach, VA, Robert (Gwendolyn) Shelton of Papillion, NE, and Norman (Carolyn) Shelton of LaPlata, MD. Sister-in-law Anne Shelton of Huntingtown, MD; many beloved nieces and nephews.
Thelma loved all sports, especially watching her children and grandchildren play. Senior year of high school she was named “Female Athlete of the Year.” She coached girls’ volleyball at St. Pius X for many years. Thelma also enjoyed playing golf, and managed Cedar Hills and Miracle Hill Golf Courses. However, baking was her true passion. She would bake as many as 6,000 cookies every Christmas to share with family, friends, schools, etc.
Thelma was a devoted friend to all and a second mother/grandmother to many.
Visitation: Tuesday, May 30, 2023, 5:00-7:00pm, West Center Chapel. Mass of Christian Burial: Wednesday, May 31, 2023, 10:00am St. Pius X Catholic Church, 6905 Blondo St. Private Interment: Calvary Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to St. Pius X Church or Parkinson’s Foundation.
To the entire family our thoughts and prayers are with you. Your mom and grandma was so dear to everyone at Skutt. She was everyone’s Grandma and had a way of making you feel special. Pure class in every way. Our life is so much better for having her a part of it. Her Christmas cookies were just as special as her. Heaven got an Angel on earth ❤️ Love the Engelkamp Family xo
Mrs. Wesely was a great coach and mentor when I was in volleyball at St Pius- I will never forget her.
Condolences to the family, you are in my prayers
I am sorry to hear of Thelma’s passing. I have often thought of her and other ladies that my mom knew. Sending prayers for your family.
My heart is broken that Aunt Thelma is no longer with us, but I know she is in a better place. She is my favorite Aunt because she reminds me so much of my own mom. I loved her dearly and will miss her. Although it has been a while since I have seen her, I listened in on many of her and mom’s phone conversations. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and wish we could be there for you all. We love you.
Thoughts and prayers for you all and so sorry to hear about Aunt Thelma and sending you all my love
Deeply saddened to hear of Thelma’s passing. Her brother and me loved her dearly. She was “one of a kind”. And, everyone that met her immediately loved bed her. Enjoyed her annual visits for crabs that her brother, Shorty , and friends caught. She was a classy lady always. Will miss her dearly ❤️ Love always, Anne Shelton
Condolences to the family. I am saddened to hear of Thelma’s passing. She will be sorely missed. She was such a beautiful, loving person and was always smiling.
I haven’t seen her in years but I I remember her fondly.
Although I am just a friend of the family she always gave me big hugs, I remember her coming to eat crabs at Anne and Stan’s in the summer, we would exchange recipes all the time. What a classy lady she was. Heaven just received a beautiful Angel..
So sorry for your loss. The Kuehn and Lashley family send our thoughts and prayers. I remember when she first meet us she treated like she knew us all for a very long time and that we were part of the family.
Sharon and family, I am so sorry. Words cannot express the news I just read.. I will keep all of you in my prayers! My sincerest condolences.
I was saddened to learn about your loss. May your memories with her give you peace and comfort.