Howard-Weaver-Obituary

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Howard R. Weaver

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Connie with Howard and Ruth, 2002

As the Chaplain and on behalf of the USS Enoree Reunionb Association as well as a friend of both Howard and Ruth, I want to express our deep sorrow and personal condolances as well as those from the crew. Connie and I first became acquainted with them on the streets of Annapolis, MD in 2002 and though their attendance at our annual reunions ceased, they were never far from our hearts and minds. One great couple were the Weavers and one would be forced to look a long time to find their equal....

We were so sorry to hear of Howard's passing. He and your Mom were such a special couple and we enjoyed them so much when they were able to attend the USS Enoree reunions. My husband and Howard served together onboard the Enoree and stayed in touch. Frank always enjoyed his telephone conversations with Howard.
May God bless you and your family, our thoughts and prayers will be with you.

We were very sorry to learn today of your loss, and know Howard will be so greatly missed. He and Ruth were beloved members of the USS Enoree Reunion Association. Both were really special people, and they were such a sweet and thoughtful couple. My family and I hope that your memories of times shared with them give you great comfort in the days ahead.

Mrs. Adams,

On behalf of my father, Junius Gaither, our deepest condolences to you and your family in the passing of your father, Howard Weaver. My mother is a resident of Our Lady of the Valley and your father was one of the first persons my father met when she first entered the nursing home. My father was very fond of your father and they apparently had many conversations. With your father being a veteran of World War II and mine being a veteran of the Korean War and a lover of...

Dear Judy: So sorry to learn of Howard's
passing. My thoughts are with you. Jeannine Anderson Kerek

We are so sorry for your loss. Mr. Weaver was always such a sweet man and such a joy to be around. He will be greatly missed... Love from the girls at Crystal Spring Dialysis

I helped care for Mr. Weaver at Crystal Spring Dialysis and North Roanoke Dialysis. It was an honor to know him. He was interesting to talk to and always had a positive attitude. I am so sorry to hear of his loss.

Debi Bourne, RN

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