** The family would like to keep all their friends and family as safe as possible during these hard times, all visitation will be via drive through under the awning at the funeral home**

Sidney C. Weihs, passed on August 2, 2020 at his home in Ridge. Sidney is a proud WWII veteran in Pacific & European theaters. Sidney also accomplished many things while working at Grumman Aerospace in his position as an engineer, including, working on the Lunar Module that rescued Apollo 13 Astronauts, working on most military aircrafts and he even prototyped the United States mail trucks that we see and use today. Sidney will be missed greatly by his family and friends. He is the beloved husband of Claudia Weihs. Loving father of Donna (Denis) Weber, Lori (Allen) Clonch, Robert (Patricia) Weihs & David (JoAnn) Weihs. Adored grandfather of Daniel (Ann Marie) Weber, Devan (Thomas) Sullivan, Jonathan (Tiffany) DeLeo, Michael (Michael) DeLeo, Steven (Laura) DeLeo, Thomas (Katherine) DeLeo, Christopher Weihs, Meaghan Weihs & David Weihs. Dear great-grandfather of Benjamin Weber, Ryan Weber, Colton Sullivan, Maxwell DeLeo, Artemis Millwood-DeLeo & Cyprus Millwood-DeLeo.


Visitation: August 6, 2020 3:00 - 7:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A

Mass: August 7, 2020 9:30 am

St. Frances Cabrini R C Church
134 Middle Country Rd.
CORAM, NY 11727

Interment: August 7, 2020 11:00 am

Calverton National Cemetery
210 Princeton Blvd.

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  1. May your heart and soul find peace and comfort during this difficult time. Richard and I have a lot of great memories with Sid.

  2. I will miss your warm smile and charming ways!! Always made everyone else smile!!! Our condolences to Claudia and family!!! He will be missed.

  3. Claudia, I can not believe he is gone.
    I last saw you two at Coram.
    I will never forget him.
    He was awesome. A good friend, funny kind and fun to bowl with.
    He will be sorely missed by the Bowling Community and myself personally.
    There is a place in Heaven for him.
    We lost a good one.

  4. I worked with Sid in Grumman in plant 1 in 1954. I was 18 years years old at the time and Sid took time to welcome me to Grumman. We played cards at lunch time and I enjoyed his sense of humor. Years later we met after I retired in 1995, and he remembered me. He called out my nick name Red and I looked around and saw him smile and I new him right away. He was a great man. RIP Sid. Joe Ivers

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