Laura J. Weaver

02/18/1941 - 11/13/2019

Obituary for Laura J. Weaver

Laura J. Weaver age 78 of Fairfield passed away Wednesday November 13, 2019. She was born on February 18, 1941 in Cincinnati the daughter of the late Ora C. and Hazel L. (nee Jeffers) Newport. She was married to Edward Weaver and he preceded her in death in 1978. She is survived by two daughters Cynthia Sullivan and Alexandria (John) Cheney; four grandchildren Leah (Anthony) Letizia, Caleb (Nicole) Sullivan, Karlee Carter, and Noah Graham; one great grandchild Aireanna Letizia; one brother Bud (Arlene) Newport. She was also preceded in death by her son Richard Weaver and one sister Mary Craig. Laura also leaves behind many nieces, nephews, other family and close friends. Visitation will be on Tuesday November 19, 2019 at THE WEBSTER FUNERAL HOME 3080 Homeward Way at Rt. 4, Fairfield from 11:00AM until the time of the funeral at 1:00PM with Pastor Brian Schreiber officiating. Burial to follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park.

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Mom, I loved being your Daughter! You were my best friend!I could go to you for anything,tell you anything,confide in you about anything! And you always loved me and accepted me as I was. You knew my struggles and pain,and would always say that we would work it out together to make it better! You couldn't stand to see me hurt. You would do anything in the World for me, and I was truly blessed by GOD to have you as my Mom. I will think about you every single day, and always feel the emptiness, pain and longing in my heart for you, until we meet again in Heaven, where you are with the LORD, celebrating with GMA n GPA, Rick, Sis, and all the others that have went before us. How will I go on without you by my side?? Only GOD can help me through this, and HE reminds me that you are experiencing JOY that you never have before! Mom,I'm so happy for you, that you are home, at last, with our SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST! Thanks for making me a strong, loving, compassionate woman, for you I'm eternally grateful. I love you so much Mom. I'm sure you are in charge of all the cats in Heaven! I'll take a couple of them off your hands when it's my turn to come home. Love you forever.
- Cindy Sullivan

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