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Jillian Marie (Defreest) Weaver

Waterbury, Vermont

Aug 7, 1986 – Apr 11, 2019 (Age 32)


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Perkins-Parker Funeral Home - Waterbury Obituary

Jillian Marie (Defreest) Weaver – 32, passed away unexpectedly due to complications from peripartum cardiomyopathy on Thursday, April 11, 2019. Born on August 7, 1986 to Peter and Marnie (Carlyle) DeFreest in Berlin, VT, and married on June 30, 2013 to Micah Samuel Weaver in Waitsfield,...

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Dear Micah, Wendy and all the Weaver family and to Jill's family,
We share in your sadness and wish we could be with you today. No words are adequate, although we pray that you will find comfort in the strong support of family and friends now and every day. We send our love and our prayers.

Dear Marnie, Peter and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

I am so sorry for your loss. May God strengthen and comfort you during your time of sorrow. John 6:40

Pete and Marnie,
We are so sorry for you loss.
We are thinking of you all and send our love to your family and Jillian's.

I had the privilege of knowing Jill for just a short time, at Harwood many years ago. I remember how kind she was, and how easily laughter came while getting to know her. I will always look back on the memories during our time in high school with a smile. I send all my love and sympathy to Jills family and friends, including our classmates. Our lives are all the better for having Jill in them, and her smile will always live on in our own as we remember her.

While my time studying with Jillian and being her teammate was long ago, I will always remember her integrity, kindness, and compassion.

Words cannot express how incredibly sad we are to hear about Jillian. You are all in our thoughts and always in our hearts.

Dear Peter and Marnie and Jessie,
Jill was one of my favorite buddies growing up. She was truly so wonderful, so loving, and fun to be around. Even though we grew apart as friends in high school I suppose, I could always count her as a friend when I needed her, on the field or off. She had such a wonderful spirit and smile, and was always game for a laugh. She lives on in you, and in all who knew her. I hope you will find some small amount of peace in knowing how truly lovely she was to...

There are no words only heartbreak, blessings and love.