Gerald Clark (Jerry) Weaver

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  • "I'm very sad to hear of the death of Mr. Weaver. I first..."
    - Daniel Murray
  • "Jerry, having spent more time in Fort Collins Colorado..."
    - John Sachs
  • "Jerry was an excellent lawyer, a fine man, and a good..."
    - Gerald Mason
  • "Love you Daddy sure miss those cowboy boots"
    - CJ and James Schimmel
  • "Sending warm thoughts and wishes to the Weaver family. His..."
    - Lisa Everett
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Gerald (Jerry) Clark Weaver Jerry Weaver passed away in Concord, CA on February 11, 2018. Jerry was born in February of 1936 in Walla Walla, WA, to Cleaves and Don Weaver, and graduated from Pendleton High School (OR) in 1954. Growing up in the Northwest is where Jerry's love of strong women, the outdoors and real butter first began. Jerry attended Gonzaga University and graduated from the University of CA, Hastings College of Law in 1961. He was assistant attorney general for the State of WA from 1962-1964. At the age of 27 he joined a small law firm in Atascadero, Wright & Weaver, before finally joining the law office of Steve Crossman in 1966 in Pismo Beach, forming Crossman & Weaver. Jerry inherited the firm in 1968 and eventually moved his office to San Luis Obispo, where he practiced and loved the law until his retirement last year. Those who knew Jerry admired his sharp mind, detailed stories, love of good food, extreme generosity, intense loyalty and infectious laugh. Jerry was preceded in death by Lou Weaver, his third wife and "the rudder to his ship." He is survived by his four children, Monta, C.J., Mike and Leah, and his eight grandchildren, Brittany, Brandon, Shelby, Mason, Yasmine, Kenza, Heather and Kyle. Jerry had many people in his life he considered "his family" (you know who you are) and we will all miss him.
Published in San Luis Obispo County Tribune on Feb. 17, 2018