Danny Weaver

Born: 04/24/1946 Passed:

Danny Weaver 73, of Randolph, Ohio passed away unexpectedly on April 16th, 2020. He was born April 24th, 1946 in Akron, Ohio. He was a great husband to our mother for 33 years until her passing in 1998. Then in later years he found love again with our stepmother, Judi Weaver of 13 years until her passing in 2018. He worked at B.F. Goodrich for 20 years and then ventured into truck driving until his retirement. He was a loving, generous and kind man who had instilled in his family all of the good old-fashioned staples that have been almost forgotten. He was a man who mastered everything he set his mind to. This included archery, champion blood line breeding with his hunting dogs, coon hunting, his love for boating, fishing, singing, and his absolute passion for gardening. He was a man who could light up a room and lift spirits with all his stories and sense of humor. A man with a huge heart. He loved his family deeply, and we loved him beyond words.

He is preceded in death by his father, Glenn Weaver; our mother, Mary Weaver; and stepmother, Judi Weaver.

Danny is survived by his mother, Mary Miller; daughter, Victoria (Robert) Clupper; two sons, Danny and Stephen Weaver; grandchildren, Tiffany Bryner, Brett Bookman, and Katie Weaver; great grandchildren, Hailey Bryner and Caden Bryner; brothers, Glenn (Katherine) Weaver, Frank (Linda) Weaver; sister, Roxann (James) Boyle; and half-sister, Sandra (Steve) Taylor.

He will be messed dearly by many other family members and good friends. Especially his dear, good friend, Roger Higgins.

“Go rest high on that Mountain” until we meet again. All our love.

Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com

Heritage Cremation Society


1 Tribute to Danny Weaver

  1. Don and Joann McKenzie says:

    We will truly miss the smiles, the jokes, and his outgoing personality and how he made everyone feel at ease. You may be gone but you truly will not be forgotten. Until we meet again my friend

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