I am so sorry to hear that John has passed. We were very close when we worked together at the University of Iowa in the early 90s. We did some research the complement cascade leading to a better understanding of the disease hereditary angioedema. Through John, my wife Kathy, and I got to know Kay, Rebecca, and James at our annual barbeques. We give them our sincerest condolences on their deep loss.
Dear Kay, Rebecca, James and other family, So sorry for this loss. This hurts. John was not only a great mentor for me during my MD,PhD training, but also a great friend for life. I enjoyed reading the summary of his amazing life, but I also know that is only a fraction of his accomplishments....He will be greatly missed. So sorry I cannot attend the celebration as I live quite far away now and clinical duties dont allow, but my thoughts will be with you at this time of course.
I am so sorry for your loss. John was a good man and you a wonderful spouse and caregiver. You are in my thoughts.
My most sincere condolence. I was saddened to read of John’s passing. You two have been such great pair. You have done amazing things together. John’s contributions have made a difference to many. I would be very pleased to have time with you.
Here is my text #319-621-2100. I lost my beloved partner Feb 1 of this year. I truly understand loss. With love, Jackie Blank
I’m so sorry for the loss of John. You and John have been colleagues and friends for 40 years. It was always a delight to see both of you at medical and research meetings. John taught me a great deal as one of my first mentors in allergy/immunology while a fellow at Iowa from 1982-1984 and for many years thereafter. I’m immensely grateful for having had the opportunity to know and work with him. My heartfelt thoughts go out to you and all the family.
My thoughts are with you and your family. I will always remember you and John and thank you for all that you taught me. I enjoyed many years of HR at CompleWare and felt a part of the family there. I have lots of great memories of our many discussions, laughter and tears, food potlucks, Halloween masks, the pond and fishing, and all the research we did to help people. John will be missed and always remembered.
Sending love and peace, Suzette
Kay, Just to know I enjoyed caring for John . You and your family are in my prayers
Kay, I am sadded by the death of your husband, John. It was my pleasure to work with you both at Compleware. May God comfort you and your family during this time.
Becky, I was saddened to read of your father's death. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
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Dear Kay and Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow. I treasure the years I had working with John (and Kay!). John was a brilliant man, and very passionate about respiratory research. I just want to say "thank you, John, for allowing me to be a part of your research work for so many years."
Condolences to the Weiler family,
Mary & Kevin Klein
Kay and family, My sympathy and empathy go out to you during this difficult time. John was the P.I. on research projects we did at the Iowa Driving Simulator and also the National Advanced Driving Simulator. Our Human Factors department spent many hours with John and enjoyed every minute. Twila Finkelstein
There are many people who wouldn't be where they're at now had it not been for John Weiler. There are groups of people still connected (professionally and personally) in no small part because of him. My heart goes out to Kay and the rest of the family.
Kay, Jamie, and Rebecca, please accept my condolences on your loss. John was a brilliant man and I am grateful to have known him. Your family is in my thoughts.
Kay & family,
John was a brilliant scientist & researcher. He was my first boss upon moving to Iowa City many years ago & remained a friend via church affiliation. May his memory be a blessing to you & all whose lives he touched.