Myrtle Springs Baptist Church
Friday September 27th, 2019
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Milo Weaver, 94, beloved Father, Brother, Husband, and Friend, was called to his eternal resting place on September 24, 2019. Memorial services will be held on Friday, September 27, 2019, at Myrtle Springs Baptist Church. Visitation will begin at 1:00p.m. The funeral service will follow at 2:00p.m. Burial will be at Myrtle Springs Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers are Nicholas Weaver, Christopher Weaver, Blake Low, Cory Clark, Billy Rushing, and Kyle Lee.
Milo entered this world on February 23, 1925 in Frankston, TX, born to William Milo and Ollie Margaurite (Henry) Weaver. In December of 1943, Milo enlisted into the United States Army, he served in European Theatre during World War II, he was honorably discharged at the conclusion of his service in May of 1946. Milo married Ann Brady of Quitman. They married in Dallas on May 27, 1946. Milo worked as an electrician for 37 years with Stewart & Stevenson Services, he was a longtime Deacon at Myrtle Springs Baptist Church and was also a member of the Masonic Lodge in Irving, Texas.
Milo was preceded in death by his wife of 61 years, Ann Brady Weaver in 2008, his parents, eight sisters, and one brother. He is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Angela and Jerry Low of Quitman; son and daughter-in-law, Larry and Carolyn Weaver, of Quitman; son and daughter-in-law, Doyle and Sharon Weaver of Kerrville; grandchildren, Nicholas Weaver, Christopher Weaver, Lisa Weaver, Jamie Weaver DeVoe, Blake Low, and Lana Low Clark; and seventeen great-grandchildren.
For those desiring, memorial contributions may be directed to the Myrtle Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, 2185 FM 2225, Quitman, Texas 75783.
A Shades of Elegance was ordered on September 25, 2019
Expression of Sympathy Sep 25 2019 12:00 AM
The finest Christian man Ive ever known. He was the glue that held the Weaver family together. The way he handled his relationships with his eight sisters growing up was remarkable.
When I tore the transmission out of my first car (1959 Impala) he replaced it in his own garage. He was a magician with anything mechanical. He is missed and loved by all. Rest In Peace Uncle Jr.
Barry Dodson Sep 24 2019 12:00 AM