Former Director of Warner Library Dies at 63

Kristin Weltzheimer of Ossining was a longstanding member the Union Church of Pocantico Hills, where a memorial for her will be held on Dec. 15.

The following comes from Coffey Funeral Home :

Kristin Weltzheimer of Ossining died November 29, 2012 at the age of 63. Born in Oberlin, OH on December 24, 1948, she was the daughter of the late Charles E. and Margaret Boesche Weltzheimer. Kristin was a graduate of Oberlin High School, Hiram College in Hiram, OH and had Masters Degrees from Case Western Reserve and Pace Universities.

She had been a Librarian at Westchester Community College, SUNY Purchase and the Ossining Public Library. She had also served as Director of the Somers Library and Warner Library in Tarrytown.

Kristin was also instrumental in establishing the Ossining branch of the Civil Service Employees Union. She was a member of the Westchester Library Assn., American Library Assn., Rotary Club and the Jacob Burns Film Center.

During the 1980's, Kristin pursued an acting career and studied acting in New York City. She appeared as an extra in several feature length films including Zelig, TheVerdict and Prizzi's Honor. 

Kristin was a faithful and longstanding member of Union Church. She was an active member of the Board of Trustees and provided many years of service to the music program in which she sang in the choir and played the flute.

She is survived by her brother Harry Boesche Hunsicker of Dallas, TX and her sisters Mary Ann Hunsicker of Yardley, PA and Gretchen Holden of Portland, OR. 

A memorial service to celebrate Kristin's life will be held on Saturday, December 15 in the Union Church of Pocantico Hills at 2:00 PM.

In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to one of the following three organizations: The Union Church of Pocantico Hills Music Fund, The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation or PBS.

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joy December 03, 2012 at 06:38 PM
What a shame!


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