So very sad about losing Jimmy!! He was such a fine man. At least now, Jimmy and Jean are back together!! We really miss them both as they were our very special "second family"!! Special thoughts and very special prayers going up to all!! We love all the Weavers!! RIP Jimmy and Jean!
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Nanette (Swanger) Bumgarner
Thoughts and prayers for the family
So sorry for your loss. I enjoyed meeting your dad at Pigeon Forge. I know the pain of losing your parents, but God will see you through.
So sorry for the loss of Jimmy, he was a fine man of excellent character . Jimmy helped me in many ways over the years. His time and advice was always appreciated . he will truly be missed . May God bless the Weaver family .
We will greatly miss you and Jean our Daytona Beach buddies. We loved you both so much and all of the Weaver family.
Dear Weavers, So sorry we can't be there tomorrow. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. With Love, Tracy & Danease
We will miss seeing you on our annual trips to Unique Motorcars for the homecomings. Hard to believe we met in 1989 when we bought our first Cobra! Sending prayers to all the Weaver families whom we love and adore. Rest In Peace dear friend. You will be missed.
My thoughts and prayers are with ALL of the Weaver family today and in the days ahead. I loved both of your parents and am SO very thankful that they were a part of my life. You always knew when you got that sweet silent smile from Pa Weaver that you had really acoomplished something!!
I always appreciated Mr. Weaver's direct approach to things. He never hesitated to let you know what he liked and what he didn't and was always quick to let you know that family was #1. I will miss seeing him at the UNIQUE Motorcars Shop, homecoming and especially Pigeon Forge. I enjoyed sitting by the sidewalk and hearing his percpective on the cars that drove by during the Shades of Gray car show.
We are sadden by the loss of Jim. Our prayers and thoughts are with the Weaver family. Surely will miss seeing you and talking to you. RIP Jim, now you are in the ARMS of JEAN and our Lord and Savior. We love you.
Another Rebel has pass away. With the loss of Jimmy our group gets smaller and smaller each day. I remember Jimmy, his smile, laugher and all around great guy. To Jimmy's family "Come what, come may, time and the hour run through the roughest day". Jimmy and I learned this in Mrs Lunsford English class many years ago. R.I.P. Jimmy, "GOB WELL DONE"
Jimmy was a Great guy , a fine man . My heart goes out to the Weaver family for their loss .I was lucky enough to know Jimmy well .He was a man of example . A tragic loss for us all !