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Richard Wehmeyer

March 22, 1950 — September 16, 2020

Richard Don Wehmeyer, of Nolensville, TN passed away in his home on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at the age of 70. Richard was born on March 22, 1950 in San Tome, Venezuela, the son of the late Frank Wehmeyer and the late Mary Estrada Wehmeyer. He spent his childhood in Venezuela until the family moved to New Orleans, LA. He made his home in Nolensville, TN with his loving wife Kim Wehmeyer. After graduation, Richard proudly served his country as a veteran of the United States Army in the Vietnam War. Upon returning to the states, he started as a Respiratory Tech and went on to get his Respiratory Therapist license. He worked for years in the NICU. He then moved in to medical equipment sales, where he made many lifetime friends and eventually met his wife, Kim. Richard, also referred to as Tito, loved LSU Tiger football, Sunday mass, old war movies, pulling pranks, crawfish boils, chocolate, and most importantly, his family. He has entered through the gates of heaven to be reunited with his mother and father, as well as his older brother Frankie Wehmeyer. He leaves a legacy of love behind to his wife "Pepae", Kim, Sons Justin (Liz) Wehmeyer of Memphis, TN, Nic Wehmeyer of Brooklyn, NY, Wally Abu-Khraybeh of LaPorte, TX, Ali Abu-Khraybeh of Memphis, TN, Daughters Miriam (Ross) Albert and Suzanne Abu-Khraybeh, grandchildren JT Wehmeyer, Olivia Wehmeyer, Liam Albert, and Bristol Albert. He is survived by two sisters Sandra (Robert) Clapp and Frances (Adrian) McAnneny and a brother, Lonnie (Carol) Wehmeyer and many loving nieces and nephews. We know he is in heaven now spreading smiles and laughter wherever he goes. Services will be held Thursday, September 24 th Visitation at 11:00am followed by Mass at 12:00 pm at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Donelson, TN Military Service at 2:00 pm at Nashville National Cemetery, Madison, TN (masks required) Our family was greatly blessed by the Art Helps Cancer Organization. In lieu of flowers, please send donations, in his name, to help future families who will walk this road.
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