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Eileen Weller Memory Wall

Eileen passed away peacefully on Thursday, April 11, 2024, in the comfort of her home with her daughters, Sue and Leigh, and husband, Nelson, holding her as she passed. This page was put together by the family for everyone to post messages, keep everyone informed, and share favorite stories and photos of her favorite people/things.
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In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Eileen may be made to The William J. Sacco Critical Thinking Foundation. Donations can be made from the button below or by mailing a check to 302 Dove Court, Forest Hill, MD 21050.

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Kevin and Tiffany Moore

We are so sorry and are sending hugs and love during this time. May sweet memories of times together help ease the ache.

Barbara Canavan

May sweet memories embrace the family and give you comfort now and in the days ahead. She is in the arms of the angels.

Lois & Dan

We are so sad to say goodbye dear Eileen. We will miss sharing our unique travel adventures; like the time you crashed into several elderly Chinese tourists on the Great Wall in China. In Paris as we lined up to ascend the Eiffel Tower, we saw a man floating down from above! There was the time in a famous Spanish Cathedral we lite candles discovering that we were supposed to pay in advance as we exited. Our best trip was to Italy. Gypsies stole my wallet in the Rome train station, but Eileen caught the girl with her hand in her purse. In Venice I fractured my wrist, and in Florence I was hospitalized albiet briefly for dehydration, but it was a great trip. In fact it was our favorite trip. But what we will miss the most is you Eileen, you being your quick witted, fun, indomitable, generous of heart and spirit and our dear, dear friend.

Maggie McCarty

So very sorry for your loss. May the angels accompany her to paradise.

AnnaMarie and the "70th Street Family"

Eileen our forever Angel, on 70th Street.

Jackie & Kerry

We send our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Please know your family is in our prayers.

Lisa Berlin

I fondly remember Eileen from many events at Uncle Tom’s house, Tom and Jill’s wedding, and gatherings in more recent years at Tom and Jill’s house. She always greeted everyone with a big smile, and I enjoyed many good conversations with her. My deepest sympathy to Nelson, Susan, Leigh Ann and your families!

Mary R.

Such a lovely lady with a wonderful sense of humor. It was a gift to know her.

Jen, Sam, Sophia & Demetre

OC and particularly Summer Palace is not the same without her presence. You’re in our thoughts and prayers. May she be at peace. May you be comforted by your lovely family during this difficult time. She was a hoot and a gem of a woman. May her memory be eternal. To your grandkids… she loved to talk about all of you and was so excited to share your achievements. We loved hearing those stories. Be well.

Becky Richardson

I will be forever grateful for the day I met Eileen as a dental patient of mine. She would always have me laughing at each of our visits. She was such a kind person who spoke so dearly of her family. Always a positive, upbeat lady. Even when she was not feeling her best, she was more concerned with others. I will miss her smiling face, gentle nature and friendship. My heart goes out to Nelson and family as you heal.

Camacho family

Eileen was a strong woman. I really admire the way she fought her illness with such optimism and faith. Our family wishes yours comfort and peace after this loss. May Eileen be at peace, contemplating the immutable mirror of eternity, embraced in the arms of our heavenly father

Jack Summers

My sincere condolences do you and your lovely family Nelson

Kristen Drescher

I loved seeing her each summer at the beach. Her warm smile, cheerfulness, and love of life was uplifting for both me and my kids, who she watched grow up. She was like family to us and we will miss her so much. She was beautiful inside and out and I feel so blessed to have known her.

Marg Weller

We sure had some great times together meeting in Charles Town and visiting, we attended many events together, some fun, some sad. My prayers are with you and your family.

Darrion Siler

Sending peace, love and light to the family.

Joe and Jeanne

Jeanne and I are heartbroken over the loss of Eileen. She always had a wonderfully uplifting manner and was a joy to talk to and be with. We know her loss will be a tremendous loss to Nelson and their family, and we wish them only the very best . We will miss Eileen.


One of the most beautiful people I have ever met. I’ll miss you forever.


Krystiana Ginn

One of the world’s biggest angels. She will be missed dearly ❤️ the best Mom and Mom Mom


Vicki Nicotra

Beautiful picture of a beautiful woman.


Eileen's 80th birthday celebration was a great event with all of her family together.


Nelson's Favorite Picture

Lobster feast in Avalon with Dan & Lois

A picture is worth a thousand words!

Prayer Wall

The following messages were shared on Eileen's Prayer Wall. These messages brought her great comfort during her final weeks at home.

Celeste Wilhelm

I remember Mrs. Weller being at our many softball games at JC. She cheered us on and ehad the most infectious laugh. Christopher and I are remembering all of you in our prayers each night and during our morning rosary.

Nancy Love

I cherish countless memories of my wonderful, beautiful aunt that have significantly influenced my life, shaping me into who I am today. From joyful days spent on the beach to countless moments of invaluable guidance and a lifetime of medical advice regardless of the hour - your wisdom and knowledge have been a constant source of comfort, surpassing any doctor. You've taught countless lessons on love, family, and having a sense of humor in all situations. The messages and photos shared here are a testament to your positive impact on so many lives. I am forever grateful and inspired by the difference you've made in my life and the lives of my children and grandchildren. You are the best aunt ever, and I treasure you more than words can express. 

Debbie & Dave Raine

Labor Day weekend at the beach 2018

Vicki Nicotra

I have two favorite stories about Eileen. My first is how she insisted someone was in her cabin on her cruise ship boat when in reality she climbed aboard a completely different cruise ship and entered someone else's cabin. Very funny story and it helps solidify that Sue was not adopted. My second favorite story is about how Eileen and my dad would compare family stories and who could top who with experiences. It's amazing the potty mouth that would come out of the two of them.

Camacho Family

Our Thoughts and prayers are with Eileen. Our daughter Camila loves her very much, and that is enough for us to love her too. May Eileen always be accompanied by the smile of our mother Mary.

Merry Lee Wheeler

Greg and I are heartbroken to hear this. We do not have enough words to express our love and gratitude for the way our Jillian and Madi were accepted and embraced by your family. As were we! Our girls are blessed to have you all in their lives. Struggling for the right words to say, but please know that you are in our prayers for peace and comfort.

Jackie Langdon

Thinking about my fairy god mother and all the fun times she and my mom had together. We sure were lucky kids to have them as moms. 

Ron and Eileen

To my little “sister” Eileen at the beach. Miss you at our beach gatherings and your stories. Sending our prayers and love…

Maxine & Nina


AnneMarie Fiorentino and Chris Weaver

Chris and I wanted to share a few of our, "priceless" photos, of the 70th Street Beach Club 

AnnaMarie Fiorentino and Chris Weaver

This was my Birthday Greeting to Eileen on June 3rd of 2023. I wrote, Happiest of Birthdays to you, Eileen Weller. The "Best Storyteller", ever!!! When you speak it is like E F Hutton, we all stop and listen. Love you my friend ...

Karen S.

My favorite story is one my daughter, Lauren, mentions often. You went to school to help with your daughter’s class. One of her students looked at you and asked “who dat be, your grandmother”. I’ll never forget the story or how mad you were at being called your daughter’s grandmother!!! I could recount many more stories!! Eileen, you are the best storyteller I know!! Love you lots!!!

Sue Kutcher

One of my favorite pictures of my mom. So relaxed and happy!

Eileen Fahres Raff

There has always been a special bond between those of us that were in the youth group and the parents who were there, helping and supporting us every step of the way. We’re all a big extended family. I also felt a strong connection to you because you were the only other Eileen I knew for quite some time. I’m glad we’ve been able to stay connected far beyond my high school years. Your positivity and caring nature have always put a smile on my face. Sending you lots of love!

Theresa Ray

Awww Ms. Eileen! I will keep you in my prayers! Loved all of our chats at Joey and Owen’s soccer games when they were in middle school! XOXO




Mommom, we love you so much! Your smile brightens the room and you sure know how to make someone laugh. You welcomed me with open arms and I am forever grateful. You have a very special place in my heart. There is a village supporting and praying for you and Poppy. 




Too many stories and I feel so grateful to have them.

Jill Ganley

We love you so much and are so blessed the girls have had you as a “bonus” grandparent. I will always remember you bringing Madi to meet Ellie for the first time at the hospital. Such a special memory. Sending you lots of love and prayers. 

Marg Weller

Frank and I have had so many wonderful visits with Nelson and you! Oh, the fun times we have had, weddings, anniversaries and other such times. You brighten up a room with your smile and I love you so!!



John Kutcher

The story of “Olly” — Back when I was around 17 or so, I was over the Weller’s house. Her Dad would say her name like “ah-leen” and with the “n” a bit silent I thought it was a nickname. So, one day right after she had vacuumed the living room, I pushed the carpet fibers to make a huge “OLLY” that filled the room. From that day on that was my name for her, and it stuck pretty good with a few others. Prayers for everyone.  

Amazingly even from back in the early 80’s an old school picture of this was taken, later digitized, and actually located by Sue on the family photo archives Mr. W has been building for years.