Weaver, Jacqueline Elizabeth
Wadsworth, OH

Jacqueline Elizabeth Weaver, 82, passed away January 21, 2014.

Born July 12, 1931 in Toronto, Ohio to the late Henry Evans and Sarah Elizabeth Stevenson. Preceded in death by her husband Harold A. Weaver and infant son Benjamin, she is survived by her daughters Lynette (Gary) McNatt and Susan B. Spain, grandchildren Jessica Bilbrey and Jacqueline (Jonathan) Siddle, great-grandchild Dallas William Siddle and special friend Betty Bloss and childhood friend Camilla Thomas Neville

Jacqueline loved living in her condo in Wadsworth, phone conversations with her friends, driving in her car and weekend homemade dinners and a movie with her daughter and son-in-law. Snookie, Pansy, and Buford were her canine companions during her life that she loved so dearly.

Graduating from Toronto High School in 1949 and proudly graduated from Akron General School of Nursing in 1964, her hometown Toronto, Ohio classmates describe her as well liked, friendly, lovely, and a wonderful person and remained so all these years. She was a steadfast helpmate to her husband Harold and devoted long hours in the office of his accounting practice.

She was very proud of remodeling and decorating her Firestone Park residence and designing and decorating her Doylestown residence and
as a widow moving to her beloved Wadsworth condo. She was always making sure her children had everything they needed or wanted. Jacqueline taught them to be strong and loved them more than anything in the world. She valued truth, honesty, and was forth right in her opinions. She gave generously to numerous charities.

She will be profoundly missed; deeply loved for eternity.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to Dr. Zarconi, Hospice of Summa, and Cambridge Home Health Care of Medina.

The family will receive friends on Friday January 24 1:30-2:30 PM at Hilliard-Rospert Funeral Home 174 N. Lyman St. Wadsworth where funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 PM with Major Thomas Grace officiating. Interment will be at Chestnut Hill Cemetery in Doylestown.