How did Rembert Weakland die at the age of 95? What was the cause of his death?

Rembert Weakland was an American Benedictine monk. Served 25 years (from 1977 to 2002) as Archbishop of Milwaukee. Before his retirement when he was 75 years old, it was revealed in the press that Rembert had sex with a man Paul Marcoux many years earlier and that Rembert had paid Paul Marcoux $450,000 to deal with the matter.

Rembert received his doctorate in musicology from Columbia University, New York on December 21, 1999, for his thesis on “The Office Antiphones of the Ambrosian Chant”.

How did Rembert Weakland die at the age of 95?

His birth name was George Weakland. He was born in Patton, Pennsylvania, US on April 2, 1927. On 22 August 2022, he died at the age of 95 in Greenfield, Wisconsin, US, due to prolonged illness. Pope Paul VI appointed Rembert as Archbishop of Milwaukee on 20 September 1977. He was a classically educated pianist and spoke some languages. Many people paid tribute on Twitter following the news of Rimbert’s death.

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Who was Rembert Weakland?

He was an American Benedictine monk. He was born on 2 April 1927 in Patton, Pennsylvania, US. He died at the age of 95 Years old. He died due to prolonged illness.

Age (2022) 95 Years (Died)
Date of Birth 2 April 1927
Birth Place Patton, Pennsylvania, US
Death of Date 22 August 2022


Who was Rembert Weakland’s Family?

His real name is George Weakland. Rembert Weakland died at the age of 95 Years old on 22 August 2022. His death was confirmed by his family. His Parents name is not disclosed Because he was don’t share his family details on any social media or news channels.

Father Name Not Disclosed 
Mother Name Not Disclosed 
Siblings Name Not Disclosed 
Wife Name Not Disclosed 


Rembert Weakland Height/Weight/Religion

Height 5 Feet 6 inch
Weight 95 Kg
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Black
Religion Unavailable
Ethnicity Unavailable
Nationality American

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