Jimmy “Jim” Leon Weimer returned to his heavenly home on February 19th, 2018 at the age of 80.  His firm faith in Christ and his devotion to his wife Roberta gave him strength during the last years as he battled with multiple health issues.
Jim was born in Mason City, WA on September 15th, 1937 to Roy and Clara Weimer. He served in the U.S. Air Force as an aircraft mechanic and worked as a machinist in Tacoma until he retired.  He moved to Eatonville in 1984.   He loved fishing, camping and attending family reunions.
Jim is survived by his wife Roberta Weimar; his children Brenda Olsen and Dan Weimer; his stepchildren Marion Todhunter, Marcie Wolmack, Robert and Rodney Shuffelen; his sister Christine McVey and his brothers Cal and Al Weimer.
Jim will be buried at Tahoma National Cemetery on Tuesday February 27th, 2018, with a Celebration of Life service to be held on March 3rd at Christ Church in Elbe at 2:00 PM.