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WEAVER, JOHN "JACK", WHITESIDE, Jr., 85, went home to be with the Lord on January 20th. We have absolute assurance that Jack is in Heaven with his Savior, because he had trusted in Jesus Christ's death on the cross to pay the debt for his sins and had accepted God's free gift of eternal life in Heaven with Him forever. Jack was a graduate of the University of Alabama. Jack had many accomplishments including artist, inventor, NASA employee, candidate for the Florida State Legislature, pest control company owner, appointed member of FL Pest Control Regulatory Commission, ordained pastor, computer systems administrator and blog creator, but his true passion was sharing the simplicity of the Gospel of God's amazing Grace that changed the course of his life. Jack is survived by his wife, Shirley Weaver, son Mike (Cindy) Weaver of Palmetto Bay, FL; son Kym (Jan) Weaver of Lookout Mountain, GA; and daughter Robin Russell of Chattanooga, TN. Jack was the beloved "Pop-Pop" to grandchildren Courtney, Megan, Anna, Tara, Lindsay, Chris, Taylor and Tanner as well as his six great-grandchildren. Jack was preceded in death by Fern Weaver, his wife of 48 years. A memorial service will be held at Southwest Community Church on January 31 at 11:00am. Contributions may be sent to Northland Bible Baptist Church, 3686 County Road 8 Southeast, St. Cloud, MN 56304.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Jan. 25, 2015
Werkstell, Marion - Miami  
WERKSTELL, MARION, who touched the hearts of so many, passed away this past Tuesday night at her ageless age of 92. Marion will soon reunite with her soulmate and beloved husband of 73 years, Seymour, and dearly departed son, Leslie. Survived and adored by her loving daughter Louise, son in law Bob, grandson Josh, his wife Andrea, grandson Justin, his wife Liz, great grand daughter Valerie, nephews Donald, Peter, nieces Paula, Barbara and Ellen and former daughter in law Judith. Marion was vibrant, loved life and the people in it. She was not only nurturing and devoted to her family, but an avid fundraiser and volunteer for so many causes. Magically, she was always there to be counted on in a time of need, and was a champion to those less fortunate. Marion was overwhelmingly generous and you could not spend time with her and leave empty handed. Her natural artistic talents were revealed in her dancing, poetry, fashion sense, and flair for decorating. Marion's presence was grand and she always had a joke or story to tell. She always had a project going on, a garden to plant, a dinner to make, a show to plan, costumes to make, and she was currently drafting her life story. Her life was full, Marion did it all, with a smile on her face and love & kindness in her heart. She will be missed and remembered by all that knew her. Services will be held Thursday January 22, 1:45 pm Star of David, 7701 Bailey Road, N Lauderdale 33068. Shiva will be following services on Thursday at her daughter and son-in-law's home in Weston. On Friday noon-sunset. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made, in Marion's name, to the Amyloidosis Foundation 7151 N. Main St. Suite 2, Clarkston, MI 48346
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Published in the Miami Herald on Jan. 22, 2015
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