Lloyd M. Weaver

Lloyd M. Weaver

Lloyd Metzler Weaver, 84, of Lancaster, passed to our Lord on Saturday,
December 22, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. at Hospice and Community Care, Mt. Joy, PA.

Born in Strasburg, he was the son of the late Jonathan R. and Anna Metzler Weaver.  He was the husband of Mary Jane Hersh Weaver.

Mr. Weaver’s career began with his service in the U.S. Navy, followed by being a master plumber and entrepreneur who ran a successful plumbing and heating business in the city of Lancaster.  He also served as the Plumbing Inspector for Lancaster until his retirement.  Lloyd was an avid hunter, golfer and lifelong Phillies fan.  He was a longtime member of the Benevolent Protective Order of the Elks Lancaster Lodge #134.

In addition to his adoring wife, Mary Jane, he is survived by three sons, Douglas E. husband of Sherry Weaver of Canyon Lake, TX, Gregory L. Weaver of Langhorne, PA, and Dwight L. husband of Mary Weaver of Atglen; eleven grandchildren, nine great grandchildren; three sisters, Elizabeth wife of Howard Lutz of Denver, Arlene Houck of Gordonville, and Beatrice wife of Toby Yoder of Intercourse; three brothers, David husband of Esther Weaver of Lancaster, Jacob Weaver of Atglen, and Paul husband of Betty Weaver of Paradise.  He was preceded in death by a sister Dororthy Wambald and by brothers Elmer and Raymond Weaver.

A Memorial Service will be held on Wednesday, December 26, 2012 at 1:00 P.M. at the Kearney A. Snyder Funeral Home, 141 E. Orange St., Lancaster, PA with the Rev. Richard Hill officiating.  Friends may call at the funeral home on Wednesday from 12:00 noon until the time of the service.  Interment in Conestoga Memorial Park with military honors provided by the Red Rose Veteran’s Honor Guard.  In lieu of flowers, contributions in Mr. Weaver’s memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, 314 Good Drive, Lancaster, PA  17603.

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  1. terry goss says:

    aunt mary sorry for your loss wish i could be there just know your in my heart and prayers yor nephew terry

  2. Becky (Weaver) Wenrich says:

    Grandpa, you will be sorely missed. I’ll miss talking Phillies and Penn State Football with you. I’ll miss your big giant hugs. I’ll miss holding your hand like I did the past few weeks. Thanks for loving me unconditionally and for loving my daughter from the second we brought her home. Best. Grandpa. Ever.

    We’ll all take care of Grandma for you.

  3. James W. Dougherty says:

    Farewell Brother Elk.
    You have already been missed at the lodge and in the alleys during your illness; however, you will leave a legacy of good humor, sincerity, good will and good friendship which will never be forgotten.

  4. Kathy Weaver says:

    Aunt Mary,
    So sorry for your loss. Uncle LLoyd will be greatly missed. You are in my prayers and thoughts.

  5. Malvena Hersh says:

    Dear Mary and Family, I have so many good memories of our get togethers. Lloyd was loved by all. I pray the Holy Spirit will bring you comfort as only he can. God bless you. Love and prayers, Beanie

  6. Greg Weaver says:

    In memory of my Dad –
    I take with me many life lessons from you Dad: on being a loving Dad and Grandpa, as a businessman and all the ups and downs of being responsible for the family, of the challenges of marriage, of your ability to persevere through the thick and thin of suffering from failing health over the past two decades. Your many friends and family have loving memories of your kind heart, dependable sense of humor, and an outgoing nature you brought to your relationships – I learned alot and am forever grateful for blessing me with the benefit of your “street smarts” and the love of a wonderful father. I miss you Dad, I miss you alot.
    Greg

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