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Troy A. Weismiller  

Troy A. Weismiller

December 5, 1971 – December 3, 2013

Troy A. Weismiller, age 41, of Cecil County, MD, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, December 3, 2013, while surrounded by his family.
Born in Wilmington, Delaware on December 5, 1971, Troy was a son of Henrietta Bradley Weismiller and the late Roy Anthony Weismiller, Sr. He proudly and honorably served and retired as a MDTA Police Officer.
Troy enjoyed visiting the Delaware beaches and fishing. He was an avid hunter and Steelers fan. Troy loved the outdoors and being with his family, whom he adored. He was an exceptional son, brother, father, husband, uncle, godfather and friend, who will be dearly missed.
In addition to his father, Troy was preceded in death by a son, T.J., and his work partner, Bob, who both await him in heaven. He is survived by his former wife, Tracey Gray Weismiller; daughter, Samantha C. Weismiller; son, Lane A. Weismiller; brother, Roy Anthony “Tony” Weismiller and partner Dino; sister, Tiffany M. Vohs and husband Jay; niece, Anden Weismiller and partner Danny; godson, Ryan A. Weismiller; and nephew, Kevin W. Schneiders.
A funeral service will be held at 12 Noon on Monday, December 9, 2013 at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 121 West Park Place, Newark, DE, where friends may call from 10 am until 12 Noon. Interment will follow in Cherry Hill Methodist Cemetery, Elkton, MD.

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  1. Henrietta Shapiro-Aunt Sis, December 4, 2013

    my prayers go out to the family and you will be missed troy . love aunt Sis

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  2. Jacqueline Smith, December 4, 2013

    Flying with the angels now, so peaceful!!!!!!!!! Love ya grasshopper!!!!!!

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  3. Brittney Pruitt, December 4, 2013

    You will be missed. Rest in peace, love you Mr.Troy

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  4. Anita Bowers, December 4, 2013

    Tony & Dino, My thoughts are with you. I can’t imagine losing a brother. So very sorry.

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    • Tony Weismiller, December 6, 2013

      Thank you Anita for your kind thoughts. It is very hard loosing a younger sibling. Just doesn’t seem like that’s how nature had it planned but we give thanks that Troy is no longer in pain.

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  5. Paige D. Seppanen, December 4, 2013

    My condolences to the family and Rest in peace my Brother.

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  6. Patti Cross, December 4, 2013

    God Speed Troy. I will never forget your kindness when my son Christopher Breedlove was injured while you worked together in the Motors Unit for MdTA. Prayers for you & your family.

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  7. Sharon and Wayne Rineer, December 4, 2013

    Rest in Peace, Troy! Our deep sympathy to the family. We have lots of great memories of all of us, together, having a blast!

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  8. lucia, December 5, 2013

    To the family and friends of Troy I am sorry to hear of your loss .I recently loss my mother and what helped me was the bibles hope at John 5:28.29 where it speaks of a resurrection right here on earth at Rev 21:3,4 it tells there will no sickness or pain or death anymore at the time under gods kingdom here on earth .Please take a look at those scriptures and I hope they comfort as much as they comforted me with sympathy lucia

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  9. Mary Cleveland, December 5, 2013

    Henrietta, our deepest sympathy to you and your family. I will always remember Troy’s ornery laugh and quick smile and thank God for the lifetime of memories. He’s finally pain free and spending his time with TJ, Pop, and Bob. Always loved and never forgotten.

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    • Mary Cleveland, December 6, 2013

      Samantha and Lane, your Dad knew how much you loved him and he loved you unconditionally, so please take comfort in that. Hold the good memories close to your heart and remember them often.

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  10. Deanna Kluczynski, December 5, 2013

    Words connot express how deeply saddened I am to hear about your passing Troy. I know these past few years have been a stuggle for you. I always admired your strength and love for life. But, even the strongest of us have the point where we cannot go on. Heaven needed another Angel. Rest easy my friend. Till we meet again, much love always!

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  11. Erica Eldreth, December 5, 2013

    Rest in peace Troy. We have great memories of times we spent with you and Tracey. Thoughts and prayers are with the family. Eric & Erica Eldreth

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  12. Cindy Baringer, December 5, 2013

    God Bless you Troy, I know TJ was there to meet you. I’ll miss you.

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  13. Jeff Lawson, December 6, 2013

    Such sad news. These are the times when only the arms of God can hold us up and at times carry us through. May we celebrate the good times. Lots of good memories. Certainly enjoyed Troy’s friendship and love you all so very much.

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  14. Karen Watsic, December 9, 2013

    To Troy’s family and friends,

    I am truly sad to hear of Troy’s passing. Since Oct 2012, I have been visiting the Catholic residents on Unit 3 at BAH&R, as a Eucharistic Minister from St. Margaret Church and I have regularly prayed with Troy and brough him Communion. He was a very sweet man whom I will miss visiting. You and Troy are in my prayers.

    Blessings,
    Karen Watsic

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  15. Dawn McCraw, December 9, 2013

    My prayers are with the family.

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  16. Ed & Debbie Weichert, December 9, 2013

    Your Family is in our thoughts and prayers.

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  17. wanda fisher and family, December 9, 2013

    So sorry for your loss, thinking of you all wanda and family

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  18. Anonoymous, December 12, 2013

    I first met Troy when I joined the MdTA Police as a Cadet in 2003. I was walking foot patrol at BWI Airport on a cold winter day, when Troy came cruising through the lower level in a black Chevy Camaro, wearing motor boots. I was immediately in aw. seeing a member of the elite HEAT Team up close. Troy sparked up a conversation with me and I told him how after I graduate from the academy, I want to get experience in patrol and eventually worked my way onto HEAT (Homeland Enforcement and Traffic).

    The next day, I came into work as I usually did and prepared to go outside and direct traffic, when I was called in by duty office by the shift supervisor. She said you’re going on a ride along today, someone requested to take you. I thought to myself, who the heck would want to take a Cadet on a ride along and actually volunteer to? Walked outside to find Troy waiting in a black Chevy Camero. Troy said you want to be HEAT?, hop in, lets show you how it’s done.

    Just one experience to show what kind of person Troy was to take time from his day to let a young bottom feeder cadet experience riding with a specialized unit officer for a day. I still remember this experience 10 years later and do the same now for Cadets because of it.

    RIP

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