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Carol Ann Weaver

YORK , Pennsylvania

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YORK Carol Ann Weaver was born to Eugene Arnold Jones and Noralee Pearl Copney on January 4, 1961, in Brooklyn, N.Y. She was the eighth child of eleven. On Wednesday, December 24, 2008, the Lord took her home where her new life has begun. ''Cubba Jones'' and ''Ms. Jenkins'' were a few nicknames...

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January 4, 1961 was the date of your birth. / That’s when you came upon this earth / Into a very loving and strong family / Who appreciated your way of being happy. / When others around you / Needed uplifting from being blue, / You were always there / To offer your comfort, love, and care. / No one could ever feel alone / In the presence of the love you had shown. / We are upon this earth for a short time. / Thank you for sharing your gifts of a lifetime. /...

i was a fan of carol her smile, her laugh n her love of life and people. this is the greatest gift anyone can give.... and she did it well... god wants her for greater things....we will miss that smile ... but it will still shine bright when we meet again

Carol I just can't believe your gone.. that I will never see your smile again except in my memory. I went to pay my last respects to you today and I met so many people that loved and cherished you.. I wish I would have taken the time to spend more time with you and get to know you even better than I did. You were truly a special person. I will never forget you or the words coming out of your mouth with that big smile "That's my dawta!" don't you worry I will take care of "our...

To My Sister

There are so many fond memories, I don't know where to begin. Your sense of humor, caring, & loving attitude with family and friends will be cherished. Your kindness and willingness to help others will be forever remembered by those who truly knew you. We loved you, but God loved you best. Sleep on dear Sister and get your rest. To my Brother-in-Law Michael, this will not be an easy pill to swallow but you know that God will get you thru this along with the...

An Aunt has a unique role to play in the family. A role that an aunt may play is that of helping parents getting along with their children. Much like grandparents, an aunt is not subjectively involved in what happens in the family. She is often able to see things in a more objective way. She also may be able to build relationships with sons and daughters and give them a place to get away from the family for a while. An aunt that is committed to nieces and nephews can play an invaluable part...

Dear Aunt Carol, Iam still devestated about your departure. I am no good with long goodbyes!!Their are so many thankyous I owe you. You were more than just a aunt to me you were like a second mother and not just to me but to many. Words cannot express how much you mean to me and how much I will miss you. You will forever and Always be in my heart. I love You Rest in Peace.

To Carol
When I look back on my childhood, all of my fondest memories included you and your loving family. You always said your house was my second home and indeed it was. I remember you teaching all the girls how to jump rope. You always made time to do whatever it was we wanted to do or needed. Thank You for being a blessing to me. I will never forget all the love you gave to all of us. I love you! Celina Haile

Carol,
We will truly miss you. It was nice to have met such a wonderful, spirited and funny friend. I still remember you laughter and jokes. You will always be remembered by your friends and family.
Love
Herline and Keenan Ford,
Lawrenceville, Ga

To Carol,
Words can't describe how sad I am to know that you are gone. Most of my good memories from my childhood include you and all you did for all of us kids on the block. East 22nd Street will never be the same. I will always love you. Rest in peace.