Charles F. Weir V, a food broker, died Wednesday (Oct. 15, 1997) in Syracuse University Hospital after a heart attack. He was 29.
Weir was a food broker in his family's business, Jack DeWitt Sales Co. of Williamsville.
Weir was born in Syracuse and moved to the Town of Tonawanda seven years ago. While attending Cazenovia High School, he played for the stage band, sang in the chamber choir and played guitar in a Christian band. He was a peer counselor and was active with Youth Alive, a Christian prayer fellowship group.
Weir was a 1990 graduate of Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, where he majored in psychology and business. He was class president and headed the College Republicans.
He was a member of Eastern Hills Wesleyan Church in Clarence.
Survivors include his wife, the former Kathryn Marie Terjung; his parents, C. Frederick and Eleanor Weir of Cazenovia; a sister, Ann M. Gilsdorf of Magnolia, Mass.; and his grandmother, Harriet DeWitt of Haines City, Fla.
A service will be held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in Eastern Hills Bible Church of Manlius.