Christian George Weisz

On July 2, 1990, Christian George Weisz could not wait to come into the world. He was born in the backseat of his Grandma Sandy’s car while driving from Carrollton to Warrensburg. He was so anxious to enter the world that we had to pull over at I-70 and Hwy 23 exit and pull into the Texaco gas station where he was born on that hot July day. He was welcomed by his mother Glenda (Berning), his father Billy Weisz, and sister Natasha. He was in such a hurry to enter this world; we are devastated that he left it far too soon on June 22, 2023.

Christian grew up in Warrensburg MO with his additional father Ronald Carmack and another sister Tara and brother Reeves. Christian was a happy child, always joking around, goofy, and making everyone around him laugh and smile. As a young boy he played baseball and football and in high school he was on the track team where he threw shotput and discus. He was a reluctant model for his mother’s photography classes but he had the biggest, best smile. He adored his siblings, and they always had a great time being together (well almost always, there was that one time he needed stiches after a skirmish). Christian was not that interested in academics while being very intelligent graduated Warrensburg High School in May 2009. Afterwards he started living on his own, working, and was everyone’s friend.

He later met and dated his partner Amber Neel where they shared a home in Sedalia, MO. Christian worked for several companies in Sedalia and in November 2020 he became a father, to the light of his life, his daughter Ivy Quinn Weisz. Christian had found the job that suited him best, father. Christian loved Ivy with all his heart and soul. To watch them together was to understand a father daughter bond that was truly precious. Ivy loved being with him and to watch her eyes light up when she saw him was truly a vision to behold. Her laugh was contagious when she was playing with or in her daddy’s arms. It truly breaks our hearts that he has left her and the rest of us way too soon. To know Christian was to love him and our world will never be the same without him. His light burned too brightly and was extinguished too, too soon. We will love you forever, and ever.

Christian is survived by his partner Amber Neel and his daughter Ivy Quinn of Sedalia, MO. His mother Glenda and his additional father Ronald Carmack and his bother Reeves Carmack of Warrensburg, MO. His father Billy Weisz (Paula), Richmond, MO. His sister Natasha, her husband JC and nephews Silas and Wyatt of The Woodlands, Tx. His sister Tara Carmack and nephew Dexter, Warrensburg, MO. His maternal Grandmother Sandy Shields, Independence, MO. His paternal Grandmother Bonnie (Mark) Noelker, Norborne, Mo. His Uncle John (Michelle) Berning, Marshall, MO, cousins Todd (Karen) Berning KC, MO; Shaun Berning Fulton, MO, Ashley Hardwick, Haven and Brayden, Columbia, MO; and Daniel Berning. His Aunt Donna Epley (Bob) KC, MO, cousins Tika (Adam) Castilleja and Dorian; Will (Karolina) Gandhi; Trenton (Ashley) Gandhi and Serenity, all of KC, MO. Aunt Joy (Dennis) Thrower and cousin Jackson Becker Columbia, MO; Jocie (Eli) Windsor, Brooklyn, Mya, and Hazel, Carrollton, MO. Aunt Sarah Shields, Liberty, MO cousins Alexa (Gary) Singh, Gabriel, and Alexander, Liberty, MO, Sophie Putnam, Liberty, MO; Grace (Damien) Putnam Aries and August, Liberty, MO. Uncle Tim (Rosie) Shields, Liberty, MO. Aunt Carolyn (Jay) Marquez, Joaquin and Joel Annapolis, MD. So many other family and friends too numerous to mention by name but loved him and will miss him.

He was proceeded in death by his paternal grandfather George Weisz, and his maternal grandfather Wilbert Glen Berning, both of Norborne, MO.

We will be having a Celebration of Life on Sunday, July 23, 2023, at Milestones Barn in Warrensburg Missouri from 3-7 pm. Please join us as we remember this loving, witty, remarkable father, son, brother, uncle, cousin, and friend that was Christian. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to a fund in support of his daughter Ivy and any costs the family may have at this time. The dress will be casual and please bring pictures, stories, and your memories to share. Christian was an original, one-of-a-kind guy that will be missed dearly by everyone he touched.

A fund has been set up in memory of Christian for his daughter, Ivy. If you would like to donate to these funds, we are eternally grateful for any gift you may be able to give at this time in memory of Christian’s life. Please indicate with your donation if you want it to go to Ivy’s fund, expenses, or family choice. Please keep us in your thoughts as we learn to live our life without this beautiful soul. You can donate by this link: or the following QR Code.


  1. Shirley & Paul Yarick on January 30, 2012 at 7:52 pm

    Our sincere and deepest sympathy at the passing of our good friend, Gary. We have many fond memories of past years with Gary and Myrt when they had the horse farm in Raymore. May God bless your family with love and comfort.

  2. Bobbie, John, Sam & Jace on January 30, 2012 at 9:30 pm

    So sorry to hear about your dad – am so glad you have been able to be near him this past year…will definitely send a memorial in his name to the LBD Assn. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you. Love you…

  3. Mike and Dorothy Voegeli on January 31, 2012 at 9:20 pm

    We are sure sorry for the loss of your father. Although we never meet him, he sounded like a very nice man with many interests and talents, who was loved by all. We will keep him in our prayers.

  4. Don & Kathy Gerace on February 1, 2012 at 7:18 am

    Our most sincere condolences on the passing of your father, Sandy. We remember him from his visit to the island, and we know how difficult these past few years have been for you and him. Our love and prayers are with you, Vince, Elise, and Hans.

  5. bob & norma houghtaling on February 1, 2012 at 2:51 pm

    Sorry to hear about Gary. We have been out of touch for sometime but do
    think of family from time to time. We
    miss our meeting place at Hume. Take care…with love to all. norma

  6. Friends from Temple Heights Manor on February 2, 2012 at 3:12 pm

    To the Family of Gary Ewan: The residents of Temple Heights Manor wish to express their condolences for your loss. We will miss our dear friend.

  7. Julie Hanley (Smith) Carrollton on June 26, 2023 at 6:44 pm

    Glenda and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your son, brother, nephew, grandson. Nothing will ever take away the pain your family is experiencing. I pray for you to have comfort in the days to come.

  8. Joseph Fore on June 29, 2023 at 12:49 pm

    I worked with Christian and hung out with him outside of work we were pretty close I considered him my brother.Christian I miss you brother you were always joking rapping or doing something silly you always made me laugh no matter what mood I was in . I know you will keep me laughing you will be forever missed I’m sure I’ll see you again. Rest in peace my dude keep on keeping on!

  9. Lamar Graham on July 1, 2023 at 9:21 am

    Dearest Glenda, Victoria and I are devastated for your loss, and Ivy’s. May time take the edge off your grief and may his memory be a blessing. Much love to you and yours during this difficult time.

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