Evelyn Weaver
1928 - 2020
May 27, 1928
November 19, 2020
LINCOLN - Evelyn May Weaver, 92, of Lincoln formerly of Overton died on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020, at CHI Health St. Elizabeth Hospital in Lincoln.
Funeral services will be on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lexington with the Rev. William Ohlmann, officiating. The service will be live-streamed via the Trinity Lutheran Church website.
Visitation for the family will be held prior to the funeral service.
Interment will in the Overton Cemetery at Overton
Reynolds-Love Funeral Home in Lexington is in charge of arrangements.
Evelyn was born on May 27, 1928, in Ovid, Colorado to Conrad and Marie (Gender) Bauer.
She married Gaylord Eby on Jan. 21, 1946. He preceded her in death in 1963. She later married Don Weaver. He also preceded her in death.
Survivors include her daughter, Gayleen Potter of Lincoln; her sister, Colleen Korn of Nampa, Idaho; her brother, George Bauer of Medford, Oregon; seven grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren.
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Published by Kearney Hub on Nov. 23, 2020.
Funeral service
Trinity Lutheran Church
, Lexington, Nebraska
Funeral services provided by:
Reynolds-Love Funeral Home
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Gayleen and family, my prayers go out to you and your family. Great Aunt Evelyn was such a loving woman and I have many fond memories of her growing up. I can remember visiting her in Overton and Kearney with my parents Maynard and Norma Young. The Bauer women were full of laughter and joy and those passed will be missed dearly.
Kim (Young) Franzen
November 23, 2020
Dear Family of Evelyn Weaver.
I am so very very sad to hear of Evelyn’s passing. I worked where she lived for several years and must tell you that meeting her and visiting with her often was my complete honor and pleasure. She and I had some very intimate talks. I had given her a bracelet with a cross on it. She was devastated when it fell off and became lost. I replaced it, but it just wasn’t the same as the one she loved the most. I told her that God knew her love and strong faith—and that that was a bigger deal. ;) She agreed.
Breathe freely dear Evelyn. I know heaven became just a little bit more joyful the day you arrived.
Thank you for being my friend and teaching me things no one could ever do better. ❤
I will miss you.
Until we meet again,
Wendi Mandl
November 22, 2020
I was one of Evelyn’s regular nurses over the past year. She was an extraordinary woman who brightened each and every one of my days and I am so very grateful for that! I loved her like she was my own family and miss her terribly. I know you weren’t able to actually come into our building to see her yourself due to this nasty virus, but know she was well cared for and LOVED by all! I hope this gives you a little comfort during this sad time. My heart and prayers go out to all of you!
Vicki Gross
November 22, 2020