Carol Marion Reed Weaver

Canton, Ohio


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Carol Marion Reed Weaver Age 71, of Canton, died Monday morning July 13, 2009 in Mercy Medical Center after a brief illness. Born in Bellevue, PA to the late Thomas R. and Elizabeth B. (Smith) Reed. Carol was a graduate of Penn State University. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in...

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I will always remember Carol for bringing in the children to Red Lobster and sharing her wonderful Steeler stories. She was always smiling, especially when I gave them crewmember hats and made them "honorary" employees. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

Jim, when I heard your voice on my voice mail, I knew you had sad news to share. I immediately thought of Carol and her being gone. My heart ached, and I instantly began thinking back on what she meant to me. As you already know, she was a very kind soul and unselfishly shared her love of life, family and religion.

My sympathy to you and the children and may God watch over you.

While I didn't know Carol well, I felt like I did. She was truly a unique and interesting person. She always had a kind word for everyone and I will miss her. My prayers and thoughts go out to her family - Jim, Nancy and JT.

Carol is already greatly missed. I will never forget when I first met Aunt Carol...she ALWAYS had a kind word or a funny remark. She was truly a special person. She gave me inspiration and insight during the passing of my father and aunt. I feel her smiling down on us. Jim, Nancy and JT you are in our prayers.

Carol was my supervisor for eight years and a joy to be around. She always thoughtfully remembered birthdays and was the first to order a cake to celebrate special occasions. I'll never forget the look on her face when we accidentally got one with the wrong name and event -- but ate it anyhow.

No matter where she went on vacation, she always remembered "her girls" with a souvenir. Her optimism insired us; she was a dear friend and I feel grateful and blessed to have...

Jim, Nancy and JT-

Please know you are in our prayers and that right now your wife and Mom is rejoicing in the presence of Jesus Christ Himself and smiling down on you!

Bob and Sandra Hedin

Dear Jim,

We already miss our dear Aunt Carol. She was the person we knew who loved our Lord the most and always followed in His ways. What a warm, loving, fun friend. Jim, take care of yourself but even more importantly, take good care of JT and Nancy. Fondly, Rob & Nancy

Jim and Children,
Carol was not only a customer; she was a dear friend. God has picked another beautiful flower for His garden. Keeping you and the kids in my thoughts and prayers.

Carol was an angel, even in her earthly body, she was always an inspriation of love and laughter. All my love and prayers go out to Jim, Nancy and JT. I know they will continue to feel her love and presence, as I still do my Mom's. And, I know those two are up there playing bridge right now!