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Weaver, Gary

In Loving Memory

Weaver, Gary

May 6, 1952 - June 19, 2024

Gary Weaver hit the stage at the age of 6 when he began playing piano at Central Assembly of God on Sidney Street. His musical career continued after serving in the Air Force (’71-’77), touring nationally with the Walter Scott Band and local ensembles in the ’70s and early ’80s. Although he continued playing music at Third Baptist Church and later with the Yessir band, he began his 30-year career at McDonnell Douglas in 1986. Despite this packed schedule, the endeavor he took most seriously and excelled at the most was fatherhood, which began with the birth of his children in the mid-80s. It was a role in which he continued to shine until his passing. Upon retiring, he and his wife of 45 years loved hitting the open road and did so frequently. At no point did he run with the turkeys. Gary Weaver soared with the eagles.

Gary is survived by his wife Mary (Rhynes) Weaver, his children Sam Weaver and Victoria (Weaver) Eudy, his grandson Winston Eudy, sister Denise (Weaver) Coleman, niece and nephew Brittany (Coleman) O’Fallon and Ryan Coleman, son-in-law Douglas Eudy, brother-in-law Timothy Coleman, and countless friends and cousins. Services: Visitation (9:30-11:30 am) and service (11:30 am) at Kutis Funeral Home (Affton) on Thursday, July 11th, followed by a committal service (12:30 pm) at Jefferson Barracks.


1 thought on “Weaver, Gary”

  1. We were deeply saddened by the news on Gary’s passing away. Your family has been so close and such great friends for so long.
    We are praying that the Lord brings your family the much-needed peace during this very sad time.
    Know that we are here for you, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
    James and Norma Farr


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