Weldon Fisher Funeral Home


Weldon Fisher Funeral Home offers families the full spectrum of funeral and memorial services – from full funeral arrangements and cremations through cremations and memorial services – with experienced, professional staff dedicated to comforting families during this challenging journey.

After graduating high school, Weldon started his propane career immediately by driving a truck for Mac Bussey of Bu-Pane. He enjoyed working and helping people throughout his journey in life.

Norma Conley Searles

Norma Conley Searles, born in Penn Yan to Howard and Edna Conley and dedicated her life to teaching for many years before retiring at Weldon Funeral Home as an elementary teacher, passed away peacefully on September 24th at 83. Her burial will take place at Nettle Valley Cemetery in Potter. A visitation for family and friends will be held on Saturday, September 30th, between 11:00 am and 12:00 PM at Weldon Funeral Home. She made an impactful impact on many children’s lives during that time.

Susan Weldon of Woodbridge, Virginia, and Barbara Weldon of Fredericksburg; grandchildren Bryce Harris, Braiden Tyler, and Britain Tyler, as well as great-grandsons Caden and Connor Tyler, are surviving, as are numerous nieces and nephews. William A. Searles (deceased) and Brandon Lemar Weldon were among her departed loved ones.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to Dr. John and the staff of Weldon-Fisher Funeral Home for providing such excellent care, as well as those at Westmoreland Nursing and Rehabilitation Center who took such good care in tending to Norma during her final days.

Weldon Fisher Funeral Home of Shelbyville, Texas, offers cremation services, traditional burial options, and urns, caskets, and monuments. Additionally, this funeral provider is part of both the National Propane Gas Association and Shelbyville Lions Club and offers online obituaries and funeral notices, as well as providing a funeral planning guide on its website.

Margaret Rumsey

Margaret Rumsey of Baldwin Road in Penn Yan died September 12. Born June 1, 1937, to Howard and Barbara Heusler, who both predeceased her, Margaret was a lifelong member of Penfield Central School District, where she taught for many years, and the First Baptist Church in Shelbyville, where she worshipped regularly. Bruce Rumsey survives Margaret, Robert and Ronald’s sons, Linda’s daughter, several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews who all survived her. Funeral services took place Tuesday, followed by committal services at Branchport Cemetery.

The family would like to express our sincerest gratitude and appreciation to their friends and family, especially the Weldon Fisher Funeral Home staff, for their support and guidance. Instead of flowers, donations should be made in his memory to Plantersville Baptist Church or Cahaba Hospice.

Weldon Fisher Funeral Home of Shelbyville, Indiana, is an independently-owned funeral home that provides various services tailored to the local community’s needs. They pride themselves on offering superior customer service at cost-effective prices – guaranteeing peace of mind for families grieving the loss of a loved one.

Visit Weldon-Fisher Funeral Home to learn more about their funeral and memorial services for your loved one and to view upcoming events and services planned in your community. Furthermore, Ever Loved makes it simple to purchase caskets, urns, etc., directly from sellers.

Weldon Fisher

Weldon Fisher, co-owner of Weldon-Fisher Funeral Home in Springfield, passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, February 15, 2021, at age 84. He leaves behind his wife, Wilma J. Smoot; two sons, David and Weldon; daughters, Deborah and Linda; grandchildren Taso, Acki, and Keti; brothers Cecil Herman (deceased), George Herman (living), Karen King, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

On Monday, October 9 at 11 am, a funeral service will be held at Weldon-Fisher Funeral Home and burial in Brooks Family Cemetery at Grainery Road in Montross. Visitation for family and friends will occur Sunday from 5 pm to 7 pm and Monday from 10 am until service time at 11 am at Weldon-Fisher. For online condolences, visit Weldon-Fisher’s website, while Ever Loved provides access to independent sellers to purchase caskets or urns directly.