In Memory of

Robert Joseph Weist

November 29, 1931 - October 1, 2020


Robert “Bob” Weist, born November 29th, 1931, died this past week on October 1st, 2020, just shy of his 89th birthday. Bob was married to his wife, Marilyn Benoit Weist, for 64 beautiful years and is survived by his three children, seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Bob was born and raised in Yakama, Washington and graduated from Marquette High School and attended Seattle University. Bob never knew a stranger, he was one of the most kind men that have walked this Earth. He will be greatly missed and we will remember him always. Rest easy Bob, you’re home now.


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So very sad to hear of Bob’s passing.
He will be truly missed by all.
Bob was a Great man!
I will miss him saying “Hey Pal”
He was definitely one of a kind!

My heart goes out to you jennifer and lisa I know what it is to lose a loved one. He will always be with you. Just know all your friends are thinking of you at this time. Always Aunt Sharon.

Thing I remember most about Bob was his sense of humor and ability to make everyone feel welcome. You could always see the love he had for his family. I always enjoyed the twinkle in his eye and easy grin when he would offer me champagne in a tiny glass with only the smallest pour. You will be missed my friend but never forgotten.

Bob was a kind, fun, and wonderful man. When we visited my brother and family in KC, we had the opportunity to meet him and enjoy his company. May Bob Rest In Peace with Jesus our Savior. My sincerest sympathy, Julie Kruser, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Im so sorry for ur loss i remember my uncle bob from when i was younger the last time i saw him i was 18 yrs old mom is his sister sally macCalla who im sure welcomed him into heaven .ur all in my thoughts & prayers

Sorry for y’all’s loss it l haven’t seen uncle robert in yrs l wish I could have said goodbye to him he will be missed he is in heaven with his beautiful sister and are wonderful Mom rest in peace luv you always

“Hey Pal”, I’m glad you’re resting easy!
..but have tears that you’re gone.

My heart and love go out to my Aunt Marilyn, Lisa &Jennifer. It’s sad when you lose a loved one. Remember God only takes the best for his Angels. Now he has one of the best. Uncle Bob may you rest in peace. With all my love & prayers…. Melody

My heart is heavy, my deepest condolences to you all. I remember visits you guys would make to Yakima, we always had a good time. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I’m so very sorry for your loss. RIP Uncle Bob. ❤️?

We are so sorry for your loss. Bob was a wonderful person and we really enjoyed the time we got to know him. He will be missed by all.

I’m so sorry to the entire Weist family
Mr Weist ( Bob) was such a wonderful man, the best father anyone could ever ask for. I know that he will be missed by the family so much. He will always be watching over his family.
Love you all, Tammy

Marilyn, so sorry to hear. Did not know him, but sounds like he is leaving a legacy for all of you.
Magurite told me. It is not easy, but I will keep prayers going for healing.


To my Aunt Marilyn, my cousins Robbie, Lisa, and Jennifer…There are truly no words. ❤️?

So sorry for your loss! He was such a sweet man, loved his smile. Our deepest condolences to you all


Wednesday, October 7, 2020
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063


Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063