Dr. Weyler Frank Greene, age 94, passed away on January 20, 2020, in Evanston, Illinois. Dr. Greene was a prominent psychologist and past president of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles.

Weyler was born in Beloit, Wisconsin on July 9, 1925. Weyler attended Emmanuel Missionary College in Michigan, now known as Harmon University. In 1943 Weyler left college to enlist in the United States Army, serving in Germany until the end of World War ll.

 Weyler  returned home to his sweetheart, former college classmate, Rosemary White. They soon married and moved to Los Angeles, California.

Weyler attended U.C.L.A. where he received his B.A., Masters, and PhD in psychology.  In Weyler’s PhD dissertation: Exceptional Investigation of Ego Functioning, Weyler analyzed the letters between Vincent Van Gogh and his brother Cleo.

When Weyler graduated he became a Clinical Psychologist at Pacific State Hospital in Pomona, California. Weyler co-founded the Institute for Group Psychotherapy in Beverly Hills, California and in 1956 Weyler went into private practice in Beverly Hills.

Weyler was a clinical instructor in Psychiatry at the U.S.C. School of Medicine from 1964-1967. He was Adjunct Professor at Antioch University, and at California Graduate Institute of Los Angeles.  Weyler was a member of the international Association for Analytical Psychology from 1974-1998.

 Weyler moved to Evanston, Illinois in 1998 and he became Analyst-in-Residence at the C.G Jung Center in Evanston, Clinical Consultant at the June Singer Clinic, and a lecturer at Northwestern University.

Weyler loved and embraced life. He was proud to be the oldest Improv Actor in Chicago. With his intelligence, thoughtfulness, warmth and wit, Weyler will have a lasting impact on his friends and the community.

Weyler was proceeded in death by his wife, Rosemary, survived by three children: Weyler, David (Kim Zylstra), and Cynthia, six grand-children: Thayne, Sierra, Brady, Brindisy, Dylan, and Alyson, and ten great-grandchildren.

A Memorial Service will be held at Lake Street Church of Evanston, 607 Lake Street, on Saturday,  February 8, 2020 at 1:00pm.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Lake Street Church or the C.G. Jung Center of Evanston.