Jesse Weaver Obituary, Death – My name is Jesse A. Weaver, and I’m sorry to be the one to break the news to you, but my father passed away a little while ago. I humbly ask that you accept my condolences. Recently, he has moved on to better things and is no longer here. He was held in the same high regard by my daughter Farrah as the sun, and the two of them had a very special connection with one another. He was the one that she held in the highest regard, similar to the sun. He was excited about spending time at the cottage, hanging out with the triplets, and going to the athletic events and school functions that the triplets participated in.
He never failed to be a good listener and he never missed an opportunity to either make us laugh or catch up on what was going on in our lives. He never failed to be a good listener. Never one to pass up a chance, he never did. He was not the type of person to turn down an opportunity, and he never did. It was a remarkable talent that Easton’s grandfather had passed down to him, which was that he had a gift for telling stories. This man had a gift for storytelling.
Even though he was relieved to have COVID behind him and eager to get back to his life (he never caught it, by the way), in the end, cancer prevailed over him after only a couple of short months of treatment. Despite the fact that he was relieved to have COVID behind him and eager to get back to his life, he never caught it.
I pray that the agony that he has been going through over the past few months has finally been alleviated, and I hope that he has found the relief that he has been searching for. Because he will be sorely missed in our home, I pray that he has found the relief that he has been searching for.