Patricia Morris Weaver

March 28, 1934 - December 25, 2023

Patricia Elizabeth Morris Weaver was born on Wednesday, March 28, 1934 to the late R.B. and Mary Alice McBride Morris in Waynesboro, Virginia, and departed this life for her Eternal Home on Monday, December 25, 2023.  In her early life, she lived in Rocky Mount and Roanoke, Virginia.  On November 7, 1952, she married Jason H. Weaver, Jr. of Stuarts Draft and lived her remaining years there.  She was an avid quilter, passionate about renovating older buildings, enjoyed garden and flower work, and reading.  She did volunteer work in many ways, both church and community.  She and her late husband loved and enjoyed the people of their community and church.  They were owners and operators of Patty’s Pantry and The Hershey Candy Shop.  She was a member of Stuarts Draft Mennonite Church for over 40 years and most recently Mountain View Mennonite Church.  

Mrs. Weaver is survived by a daughter, Melody, and her husband Chalmers Goshorn of Stuarts Draft; a son, Jason H. Weaver III. of Stuarts Draft; sisters-in-law, Charlene Kiser of Stuarts Draft, Beverly Weaver of Harrisonburg, and Judy Morris of Camdenton, MO; and a brother-in-law, Jerrel Suter of Stuarts Draft.  In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by brothers, Carl R. Morris and Ivor B. Morris, and sisters, Helen Bridge and Alice Ann Glaude.

A Celebration of Life service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 9, 2024 at Mountain View Mennonite Church.  There will be no visitation night.  Burial will be private.  The family will receive friends following the Celebration of Life service.  A special invitation is extended to everyone to share a fellowship meal with her family following the service.

It was the request of Mrs. Weaver that no flowers be sent.  It is suggested that those desiring to make memorial contributions may do so to Samaritan’s Purse or BGEA (Billy Graham Evangelistic Association).

The family would like to express a sincere “thank you” to Transitional Care and Hospice at Augusta Health for the care and compassion shown to Mrs. Weaver.  

It was her wish to thank all who helped give her a happy and fulfilling life here on earth.  Her greatest desire was to glorify God in all she did.

Isaiah 26:4