We all loved and will forever remember Grandma.
Mother is now a memory…a very special memory that's a perpetual treasure, and all stored in our own gigantic treasure chests. All there for us to enjoy, to dwell and to relish in that specific moment when this happened or that happened. Enough for us to cherish the remaining days of our lives and a lesson that teaches us to pass not only these, but our own memories, down to our children.
An old Irish epitaph reads, “Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal.” With precious memories of Mother now locked away, heartaches are no longer. - - - Son, Frank X. "Jerry" Weaver, Jr. and wife, Peggy
When Mother passed on, she become a memory and that memory became a treasure. If what was once said is accurate, that we continue to live on in memories, then Mother has left a gigantic treasure chest full, all there for us to enjoy and enough for each of us to dwell and relish in that specific moment when this happened or that happened. Enough for us to cherish the remaining days of our lives and a lesson that teaches us to pass not only these, but also our own memories, down to our children. An old Irish epitaph says it clearly. "Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal." All heartaches are gone, now. Only memories remain.
--- Son Frank X. "Jerry" Weaver, Jr. and wife, Peggy - June 20 2013
As my brothers and sister and I grew up down the road "in the hollow" from the Weaver clan, I felt Mrs. Weaver was my second mother. Then, in adulthood, I saw her occasionally in my Mother Treva's Beauty Shop, and, of course, with Farm Women. What a joy she has been in all our lives. From The Whorl Family, our deepest sympathy to all our Weaver brothers and sisters. I'm sure Treva and Dot are having a good ol' time with the Lord!
Peace and Love,
peggy, Richard, Kathy, Tim and Father Glenn
Now who do I go to to get the dirt on our family... " )
I will miss our talks.
I have never met you but I have the honor of knowing your granddaughter and your great-granddaughters and let me say that they are incredible young women. I believe that their grandmother had a big part in that. May you rest in peace.
Dot's wonderful spirit shined through every time she got that special sparkle in her eyes. She was a strong, warm, and caring woman who raised an amazing family. We'll miss you, Dot!
Not one for to many words but know that I will miss you and always think of you and the times we spent together. I love you Grandma and will miss you more than anyone will ever know.
She lived her life,
with grace and cheer.
An amazing grandma,
to many so dear.
She placed her family,
at the top of her list.
Her presence and voice,
will surely be missed.
She was the type,
Her big smile would greet.
To those around her,
generous and sweet.
With her time on this earth,
she was selfless and kind.
The memory of her,
shall grow in each mind.
We loved our grandma,
and forever we will.
Thoughts of her,
our days we shall fill.
With tears of sadness,
together we cry.
With heavy hearts,
we share this goodbye.
A beautiful angel is all that is here
Saying O'Lord please leave me here
Not ready to leave but has to go
Wants to go back but God says no
Children,Grandchildren and friends
An angel is what she was meant to be
Now think of all that she can see
Watching over her family night and day
Saying I love you in her own special way
In the night we sleep and in the day we cry
While she watches us all from her star in the sky
to my mother who was the one who lit my path on my journey through life...I love you and will miss our talks together....
I didn't have thr privilege of knowing you but knowing Theresa I'm certain you were a lovely woman. You lived good life here on earth but what's waiting for you in heaven will be magnificent.
To all the Weaver family
I want to send you all my sympathy for the passing on your Mom, Grandmother, Sister, Aunt. She was a wonderful woman and raised wonderful children. It was always a pleasure to sit and talk with her when she would come to the barber shop when Dan would cut her hair. She was a strong and feisty woman and she is in Gods presences now. She will be missed and I know it will be hard at first but God will help you through it. Love you all.
I feel so honored to be one of the daughters of a remarkable woman....I love and miss my mother already...Cannot wait to see her again when Jesus calls forth his saints at the Second Coming of Christ....I will be awaiting to take her hand as we enter the heavenly portals together...1 Thessalonians 4:16-18 says - "For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God. And the dead in Christ will rise first. Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And thus we shall always be with the Lord. Therefore comfort one another with these words."
The promises in God's Word has always given me great comfort and hope...and now I am comforted even more with hope of spending eternity with my mother....I look forward to the day when I can look her in the eye and say "I love you mom"....for me that is comforting...
John, it seems your Mom had a very full and fulfilling life. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. With love, Pat
Mom, God's in for a treat when he tastes your homemade macaroni salad. Remembering all the times you were there for me thru thick and thin. May you rest in peace.
Grandma, I Thank you so very much for all of our heart to heart talks we had and for all the love and kindness you have showed me. We had less time together than either of us would have liked, but I do believe we made the most of what little time we had! I Love you Grandma and you will live forever in my heart!
Mom, thank you for providing us with such a wonderful life. I love you and will always cherish our last moments together.
remembering all the good times we had with mom n aunt dot. they always made us laugh when we were together. thought n prayers are with all of you.
Theresa and family, so sorry to hear about your Mother's passing. I remember Dot fondly at the home in New Freedom. Your family was blessed to have her that many years! Regards, Beth Stamey
So sorry to read of Aunt Dot passing-she led agood life filled with wonderful blessing. i will not be able to atttend the funeral but thoughts and prayers are with the family
Diane Weaver Wotherspoon