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Jacqueline Michelle Suzanne Weaver

June 19, 1933May 14, 2020

Jacqueline Michelle Suzanne Weaver (nee Mauduit) passed away on May 14, 2020 after a brief illness. Jacqueline was born on June 16, 1933 to parents Yvonne (Martinet) and Maurice Georges Mauduit in the town of Levroux, France. Jacqueline was the youngest of three sisters, with whom she shared a strong and loving relationship. She met her husband, Richard (Dick) Alvin Weaver, while working as a secretary for the Army in Chateauroux, France. Jacqueline and Dick were married on March 30, 1957 and Jacqueline became an American citizen in May 1967. Jacqueline and Dick welcomed their only child, Bruce Alvin Weaver in April 1958. Jacqueline was a loving companion to her husband, Dick, and devoted mother to Bruce. A long-time resident of Arlington, VA, Jacqueline will be remembered for her generosity of spirit and love of life, but particularly for her dedication to her family. She enjoyed music, dancing, gardening, and travel. She is preceded in death by her mother, father, husband, and her two sisters, Monique and Gisele. She is survived by her son Bruce and numerous nieces and nephews. Burial will be at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations in Jacqueline’s honor can be made to L’Arche Greater Washington, D.C., P.O. Box 21471, Washington, DC, 20009.


Jacqueline Michelle Suzanne Weaver

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Doreen Andrews

January 9, 2021

How sad to hear of my dear friend’s passing. My heart is so broken ! Jacqueline was my closest friend I made in the 20 years that my husband and our children traveled during our military career! She was my angel. She was kind, funny, always positive and so generous. I’m sure she is keeping heaven in tip top shape and greeting everyone with a “Bon Jour” every single day. Her family was everything to her and her friends had a bond with her like no other. She is missed by all of my family and we will always have her in our thoughts and prayers 💕💕. Friends like her are rare and I feel so fortunate to have had such a friend in my life. Until we meet again, my sweet, sweet friend. May you Rest In Peace with all your loved ones that have been anxiously awaiting your entry to Heaven. It definitely is a better place with you there. Love you to infinity 💕💕💕