Irvin M. Deibert

July 27, 1941 - November 30, 2015
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Elkton United Methodist Church
219 East Main Street
Elkton, MD 21921
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Irvin Mitchell “Weed” Deibert, age 74, passed away on Monday, November 30, 2015 at Laurelwood Nursing Home in Elkton, MD. He was born on July 27, 1941 in Elkton, MD to Ruth K. McKeown Deibert and the late Foster L. Deibert, Sr. “Weed”, as he was known to his friends and family, graduated from ElktonContinue Reading

Heather Naessig left a message on December 10, 2015:
God saw you getting tired, so he put his arms around you and whispered "come to me" RIP Uncle Irvin (you will never be forgotten xoxo)
Ed. Mckeown left a message on December 5, 2015:
Aunt Ruth & Family Irvin was a great friend and cousin who would go out of his way to help anyone. He was a kind person who would take his jacket off and give it to a stranger.When I received the call from his son Davis to take over and become his dads guardian I couldn't say no. He always would take the time to help a stranger because that was the way he was brought up.Irvin was one of my Mothers favorite nephews. As a child I can remember many times I would get on his nerves and he would chase me around the yard and Mom would say now Irvin. He had so many friends and never met a stranger.Irvin you are now at peace with no more pain & Suffering and you now are playing soccer with your Dad, Uncles & friends on the great soccer field in heaven, and you have joined all of your family and friends and I want you to know I would do this again because you always cared about everyone. You may have had ups and downs but you always took the time to care. We will see you in that great heavenly home at some given time. God Bless You Good Friend
Cheryl McKeown left a message on December 3, 2015:
I married into the McKeown/Deibert family in 1993, so I didn't know Irvin very well, but when he became so ill he had to go to the hospital this summer, I began seeing him most every day, either there or in Laurelwood. He was a very kind man, a generous man, and I enjoyed spending time with him. We'll miss you, Weed, but we're so glad you're not in pain anymore. Dance a little up there, and play soccer with your dad and others; we'll see you on the other side, buddy.
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