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Harry Weaver

October 21, 1955 — December 9, 2023

In Loving Memory of Harry Frederick Weaver

Harry Frederick Weaver, known affectionately as "Grid," departed this earthly realm and entered his eternal resting place on Saturday, December 9th, 2023. Born in Harrisburg, PA, Harry was the beloved son of the late Warren "Bud" Weaver and JoAnn Follet.

Harry's journey of service began when he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force, where he cultivated a deep passion for security. His dedication and commitment to duty saw him rise to the rank of Master Sergeant, and after 20 years of honorable service, he retired, leaving behind a legacy of discipline and excellence.

Post-military life, Harry continued his career in the security profession, becoming the Director of Security at Parkridge Medical Center. Alongside his professional pursuits, he pursued further education in psychology, a testament to his intellectual curiosity and commitment to personal growth.

Harry was a man of diverse passions, with a particular fondness for Harley Davidsons. His love for motorcycles led him to ride with various organizations dedicated to charitable causes, including the Make-A-Wish foundation and the Hamilton County Toy Run. Through these endeavors, he exemplified a generosity of spirit that touched the lives of those in need.

Despite his reserved nature, Harry was deeply loved by many. His impact on the lives of those around him extended far beyond his professional and charitable endeavors. He leaves behind a legacy of integrity, compassion, and dedication that will be remembered by all who were fortunate enough to know him.

Harry is survived by his mother, JoAnn Follett Nailer, and his sisters Susan Pflueger, Nancy (Phillip) Amthor, and Wendy Speece. He is also survived by his two estranged wives, Darlene Weaver and Carol Vandergriff. His memory lives on through his four children: Eric Weaver, Shylah (Jon) Henry, Christina (Matt) Mathis, and Keith (Morgan) Weaver. Additionally, he leaves behind six grandchildren, numerous nieces, and nephews, all of whom he cherished deeply.

He will be laid to rest at the Chattanooga National Cemetery with military honors on Wednesday January 17th, 2023 at 2:00 PM.

In honoring Harry's memory, let us celebrate the life of a man who dedicated himself to service, family, and making a positive impact in the lives of others. May he rest in eternal peace.


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