Melodie E Weaver

Oxford, Ohio

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Dear Austin ( Enrique) and Cecile, my deepest condoleances for the departure of your dear mother. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

We are so shocked and saddened at the news of Melodie's death. She was a beautiful person both inside and out. She was a joy to be around and will be missed.

Our hearts are deeply saddened by your departure dear Melodie. Our prayers remain steadfast and faithful for your newfound peace, even as we are left so saddened by this news. Our prayers go out to your loved ones who experience the loss daily; mother Joanna, and Austen and Cecilie, and all family. You gave much to the community of Oxford, and we made some memories in the FHS Choral sharing our love of music and stories of our youth. Your smile will no doubt, make heaven brighter.

To the Weaver family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. It has been a long time since high school. But, I remember Melodie as a wonderful person with a great smile and very kind and gentle personality. I am certain that she will be greatly missed by all who knew her. May memories and time help heal your hearts. - Debbie (Burkhammer) Lorentz

Austin and family,
I was shocked to hear of your mother's passing. Knew her since before you were born. We always enjoyed some good laughs.
Praying for all of you now.

I just received the news. I'm so sad that one of the most beautiful human beings I've ever known has passed on. I was her neighbor when I was a child. I was lucky enough to be her student teacher when I was graduating college. I was blessed to be part of Austin and Jenny's wedding. I'm one of thousands of fortunate souls who lives were brightened by her company. Her light shines on and her song continues to be heard.

Cecilie and Austin,
We were surprised and saddened to read today of your beautiful mother's passing. We loved her, and have many good memories of the times we had together when the two of you were growing up in Oxford. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May you be blessed with the help of close friends and each other as you grieve for her. We join you in gratitude for the goodness she shared with others.

I have such fond memories of commutes to and from HFS Chorale rehearsals and concerts. We talked of life, love, art, movies, plays, music...we were friends. Rest in peace Melodie.

Cecily and Austin, we are all thinking of you. Both Andrew and Rachel had your mom in school, and then I was lucky to get to know her when we sang in Praise Band together. I know how proud she was of BOTH of you. May God comfort you and remind you of the best of your mom. Love Sarah Mabry, with David/Andrew/Rachel


Melodie's Obituaries

Melodie E. Weaver, 58 of Oxford, passed away August 27, 2013. She was born in Coolville, OH on March 16, 1955 to Blake and Joanna (Meade) Weaver. Melodie had been a recipient of the Jennings Scholarship, had taught music and choir in the Talawanda School District and received the Oxford Rotary...

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