Alfred Weg was born February 5, 1934, to Sam and Wilhemina (Groendyke) Weg, on the family farm in Osceola County, IA. He lived in Bigelow, MN until 1944, then Worthington, MN where he graduated from Worthington High School in 1952. He joined the US Army National Guard in 1952 and in 1954 entered active duty in the US Army, serving in Alaska. He attended Calvin College in Grand Rapids, MI. On December 29, 1961, he married Martha Van Soelen at Sully, IA. He graduated from William Penn College in Oskaloosa, IA and received his Masters Degree from Drake University. He taught in Christian Schools from 1963 until 1999 in Worthington, MN, Newton, IA, Platte, SD and was one of the original teachers of the Mitchell Christian School in Mitchell. Since 2000 he was a Walmart Associate. He enjoyed gardening, bird watching, traveling, photography and volunteering. He volunteered on the RSVP Patrol, Welcome Center, Longfellow Summer Lunch Program and was a Crossing Guard. He was a member of the First Reformed Church, American Legion, Gideons, Palace City Lions Club and the James Valley Community Center.
He is survived by his wife Martha, two sons, Alan (Tonya) Weg, Platte, SD, Alden (Kelley) Weg, West Point, NY, two daughters, Marsha (John) Bormann, Fort Wayne, IN, Melissa (Mark) Van Holland, Eden Prairie, MN, 12 grandchildren, two sisters, Marlys (Marvin) Van Beek, Denver, CO, Deloris (Albert) Veltman, Lindsay, Ontario, and a brother-in-law, Clarence (Nancy) Kuiper, Racine, WI. He was preceded in death by his parents, his step-mother, Gertrude Weg and a twin sister, Evelyn Kuiper.