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Blaine Todd Wiegel

03/31/1960 - 05/13/2022
Service Date: 05/21/2022
Service Time: 10:00 am
Service Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - 825 South 32nd St., Mesa, AZ 85204

Blaine Todd Wiegel, 62, went to join his Father on Friday morning, 13 May 2022.  The son of the late John F. Wiegel and Patricia (Glad) Wiegel of Mesa, Blaine was born 31 March 1960 at Ft Monmouth, NJ.  Because his father served in the US Army, Blaine and his family lived in a number of places across the US and also in some exotic foreign locations as he grew up.

In 1977 his Dad retired from the Army in Virginia and the family moved to Mesa where Blaine attended Mesa High.  Blaine met his sweetheart Shannon Harris while at Mesa High and they were married in June 1979.  He worked in the HVAC business in the Mesa area for a number of years as their young family grew, Adam arriving in 1980, Joshua in 1983, and Meagan in 1988.  Blaine’s career responsibilities expanded as he worked hard and completed a number of college courses and professional certifications.

In 1990, Blaine, Shannon and family pulled stakes and moved up to the Puget Sound area out to the peninsula and the small town of Sequim where they lived for 10 years.  Blaine decided on a career shift in 2000 and returned to Mesa, where he re-joined the HVAC business. As COO, he guided the company to be one of the area’s largest HVAC providers, until his retirement in August 2021.  With an unparalleled work ethic and passion for his employees and everyone he came across, Blaine will be forever respected and aspired to in the industry.

Blaine enjoyed golfing with friends, hiking, or fishing among the outdoor areas of Arizona.  With a third generation green thumb, Blaine created and maintained an expansive garden and fruit trees at his home on Sunnyvale.  But the joy and very best of his days were when he spent time playing, teasing, and doting on his seven grandchildren whom he adored and spoiled with a laugh and a big smile.  He had an adventurous spirit, enjoyed traveling to new places and always planning his next adrenaline rush.  Some of his best adventures included skydiving, parasailing, and gliding.  With a big smile that would light up a room, his energy and love were contagious.

He is survived by his mother, Patricia Wiegel of Mesa; sons Adam Wiegel (Kate) of Lynnwood, WA; Joshua Wiegel (Amanda) of Queen Creek; and daughter Meagan Lopez (John) also of Queen Creek, their mother Shannon Wiegel, and the cutest bunch of grandchildren.  Also mourning his passing are his two sisters Michelle Miller (Dennis), and Melanie Perkins (Keith) all of Mesa as well as his brother Kevin (Mindy) of Sun Lakes and a multitude of nieces and nephews.  Blaine was preceded in death by his father John Wiegel.

The family will gather with friends for a memorial service honoring Blaine on Saturday, 21May2022 at 10am at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints chapel at 825 South 32nd street, Mesa.  In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in the name of Blaine Wiegel to the American Heart Association or to your preferred charity or scholarship fund.

 

Arrangements by Bunker’s University Chapel, www.bunkerfuneral.com. Should this obituary appear anywhere but bunkerfuneral.com, please check our website for accurate details and service information.

 

 

 

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  • What a fun man to get to know, lots of great memories!! He will be missed, rest in piece Blaine!

  • Marilee Miller Tullis

    I really enjoyed working at Collins Comfort Masters . He love to tease and joke around but when work needed to be done he was right on top of things. I don’t know how many times he would come back from a job and said Marilee I need to to take care of my head and sure enough he would stand up underneath something and cute the cute shaved head of his. He taught me a lot about the business. I loved to see his smiling face and those words Good morning merry sunshine what have got for me today? Off the clock he still loved to tease me. Great man and I am going to miss my friend.
    My deepest condolences to his family . What a loss and a heartache miss and love ya my friend. Marilee

  • Blaine had an energy and smile like no other. I always wanted to be as positive, hard working and charismatic as Blaine. Not sure he will even take a day off in the afterlife but his energy lives on. Rest easy buddy. Love ya.

  • Justin Collins

    Thank you Blaine for taking me in when I needed a place to live. Thank you for giving me a chance in the HVAC industry. Your leadership and expertise taught me so much. I wouldn’t be where I am today without you. I love you man.

  • We at Wolfgang’s Cooling and Heating had the pleasure of working with Blaine. His positive attitude and always happy personality was infectious and brought immeasurable joy and happiness to our day. He never missed an opportunity to spread his love of life with those around him and we will miss him.

  • Christopher warner

    From the day I met you my life took a whole new path. You never told me my work was up to par and always asked what I could have done to make it better. This tactic eventually lead to a lifestyle that changed our family forever. I find myself using your jargon with my own kids as I know what a success I turned out to be with your leadership. Many years as your employee and many years as your friend, brother and confidant. Thanks for not firing me the hundred times I deserved it but more importantly, thank you for never letting me give up on myself no matter how bad the storm shook my tiny boat. I love you from ground to God Blaine. My children will dearly miss their unkka Blaine too.

  • From the day I met you, you made it a personal goal to make me successful. You seldomly told me my work was great and it was often you asked how it could be done better. Well sir, you succeeded. Me and my family will delight in your methodical inspirations and tactics for years to come raising our own children. You treated me like family and that wasn’t always a good thing but I’m glad you were there with the solution I needed instead of the one I wanted. Thanks for not firing me the hundred times I desperately deserved it but more importantly thanks for never letting me give up on me no matter how hard the storm shook my tiny boat. Thanks for believing in me when I didn’t. Your family may have wants but they won’t have needs as long as I am around to help. Rest easy brother.

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