Adam W. Wegmann

Adam W. Wegmann, 17, of Woodlawn, went to be with the Lord 5:28P.M., 
November 18, 2002, at Crossroads Community Hospital in Mt. Vernon. 
He was a senior at Mt. Vernon Christian School. Mr. Wegmann was born 
June 21,1985, in Mt. Vernon to Joey A. and Darla (Dubois) Wegmann.

Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday in the chapel at 
Mt. Vernon Memorial Gardens with entombment in Mt. Vernon Memorial 
Gardens Mousoleum.  The Rev. Ron Reynolds and Mr. Tim Reynolds will 
officiate. Friends may call from noon until the funeral hour on Thursday 
at Mt. Vernon Memorial Gardens Chapel.

Mr. Wegmann is survived by his parents, Joey and Darla Wegmann of 
Woodlawn; one brother, Luke Wegmann of Woodlawn; a sister Katy Wegmann 
of Woodlawn; grandparents Bill Dubois and Carolyn Dubois. both of Mt. Vernon, 
and Linda and John Moore of Fairfield Glades, Tenn.; great-grandparents 
Lester and Lela Williams of Mt. Vernon; uncles Robbie Dubois and wife Leigh 
of Woodlawn, Terry Wegmann of Mt. Vernon and Jeff Moore and wife Kelly of 
Carbondale; aunts Renee Kettler of Fairfield Glades, Tenn., and Vickie Cusumano 
and husband Victor of Mt. Vernon.

Adam was a basketball player and was one of the starting five on the 
varsity team at Mt. Vernon Christian School.  He enjoyed fishing, hunting 
and morotcycling and competed in motocross competition.

He was preceded in death by his great-grandparents, Bill and Ida Wegmann and 
Claude and Anita Dubois, and a grandfather Joe Wegmann.

For those who wish memorials may be made to the Mt. Vernon Christian School 
and will be accepted at the funeral home or may be mailed to Hughey Funeral 
Home, P.O. Box 721, Mt. Vernon, Ill. 62864 Arrangements have be entrusted to 
the care of Hughey Funeral Home, where you may call 242-3348 for obituary 
information at any time.


Source: Mt. Vernon Register News
Date: Nov. 20, 2002
Submitted by: Ida Reeves

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