Remi Weiman Obituary UNC – Remi Weiman, 18, died on October 14, in Chapel Hill, NC. Remi was brought into the world in Washington D.C., she was the girl of Jane and Mitchell Weiman and the sister of Ross Weiman. Remi went to Ravenscroft High School and later went on to UNC-Chapel Hill. Remi’s adoration for ponies was her most noteworthy enthusiasm and she went through a significant number of her days at Hidden Spring Farm with her cherished pony family just as others in Virginia. Notwithstanding her affection for ponies, Remi was enthusiastic with regards to her day camp Poko-o-Macready in the Adirondack heaps of New York. Remi went to Poko at the youthful age of seven and never thought back. It was at Poko that Remi made deep-rooted companions and spent summers she could always remember. In 2017, Remi turned into an Adirondack 46er, climbing every one of the 46 tops more than 4000 feet in the Adirondacks, an achievement that should not be taken lightly. The lives Remi contacted at camp spread over from the most diminutive of campers to the whole grown-up staff. There was nobody who didn’t adore Remi. Her character, grin, and euphoria were irresistible and everybody needed to be with her. There was nothing she was unable to heat and she was ready to take a stab at anything. She was a genuine thrill seeker and in Remi design, went sky plunging for her eighteenth birthday celebration and unbeknownst to her family, bull riding.
The family will have a private dedication observing Remi’s life on Sunday. Those wishing to offer their appreciation to the Weiman Family can visit the house during the grieving time of Shiva. Shiva will be held at the Weiman home 438 Plainview Avenue in Raleigh, NC on Sunday 2-5, Monday 2-4, 6-8, and Tuesday 2-4, 6-8.