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Lela Sabetto Weghorst

November 13, 1947 ~ January 11, 2022

Lela Sabetto Weghorst, 74, of Sebastian, FL passed away January 11, 2022 at VNA Hospice House in Vero Beach FL.

She was born November 13, 1947 in Freeport, Long Island, New York the daughter of Nicholas & Shirley (Hubbard) Sabetto. She was a homemaker and moved to Sebastion FL 11 years ago, coming from New York.

She is survived by: Her husband, Donald Weghorst of Sebastian, FL; Four sons: Timothy Weghorst and his wife, Jennifer of Englewood, FL; David Weghorst of Sebastian, FL; Marty Weghorst and his wife, Dawn, of Clermont, FL; Joe Weghorst and his wife, Jaimee, of Ft. Hood, TX; One daughter Rachel Highfield and her husband, David, of Brookville, PA. Also survived by one brother, Chris Sabetto of Fort Louden, PA and by three sisters: Cindy Vercrusse of Nevada, OH; Margo Barnes of Fort Pierce, FL and Lauren Spofford of Nottingham, NH and by 9 Grandchildren.

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Nancy Cashman

March 16, 2024, 11:39 pm

On impulse I looked up Lela Sabetto who I played with as a child. To my surprise her name showed up & she was from Freeport but sadly she had passed away.
I played with Lela & Chris when we were little. I remember your dad doing headstands in your back yard. As a child I remember he was handsome. I have pictures of Chris & I hanging upside down on the swing set. I fell out of your Queen Anne cherry tree & had the wind knocked out of me. Lela & I ate violet leaves & I still remember the taste. It was sad to see she had passed away. I am sorry.

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