Xavier Ines Weir

August 16, 2002April 8, 2019

Weir, Xavier Ines

Xavier Ines Weir, 16, of Indianapolis, IN. passed away on April, 8th, 2019. He was a sophomore at Scecina Memorial High School, where he played football and lacrosse. He was an avid lover of many sports during his younger years. He played football for many years for Christian Park where his passion grew for football. He was greatly loved within his community. He also was a member of Little Flower Parish. Xavier is survived by his parents, Michelle Raines and Bobby Weir; his brother Dillon Weir (Mia), and his sister Ania Raines. He also leaves his grandfather, Joseph Noriega; and his grandmothers, Dianna Raines and Cindy Neely. He is also survived by his uncles and aunts; Joseph Noriega, Esperanza Aguilar, Jose Raines, Alicia Medina (Mago), Lorissa Noriega, and Wesley Cartwright. He was a loving uncle to 2 nieces; Mila and Hazel Weir. He is also survived by many cousins.

Xavier was the kind of young man that anyone would be proud to call son, brother, grandson, nephew, uncle, and dear friend. He had the biggest of heart and would do anything for his family and friends.

Visitation will be held at Little Flower Catholic Church in Indianapolis on Monday, April 15, 2019 from 4:00pm-8:00pm. A Funeral Mass will be on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 10:00am.


  • Visitation Monday, April 15, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Xavier Ines Weir

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Maira Garcia

April 16, 2019

I Remember the first time i met you was when i worked at McDonalds on Madison st, You was always making jokes and laughing . I wont forget you or your smile, every time you came around you would bring a smile to my face. You had a great soul and this has definitely hit me hard.. couldn't sleep wishing this was not true but only god knows why this had to happen. I know that u might not be here with us physically anymore but you are spiritually and we will meet again soon . May you rest in peace my dear friend :(

Angelique Wilson

April 15, 2019

I remember, back when Xavier & Isaiah were both at Little Flower, I'd always mistake Xavier for Isaiah. In fact, it wasn't until Xavier got taller that I could distinguish one from the other when they weren't facing me. Michelle, I remember first meeting you at one of their sporting events &, after conversing with you for awhile, thinking, "Gosh, this woman is an AWESOME mom!" You were ALL about your kids & when you spoke of Xavier, I could just tell how much you loved & adored him! I pray that you find strength in KNOWING that, while he was here, you were THE best mom to him! My hope is that God gives you peace in now KNOWING that Xavier is with Him. May the Lord bless & keep you & your family.


Heather McDaniel

April 15, 2019

Xavier was a good yound man. He will surely be missed by many. Xavier touched the lives of many within his short walk of life. Me and my children haven't known him for very long , but in the short time we have known him we grew attached to his loving nature and his goofy antics. My son was especially fond of Xavier. When we would go over there Xavier always cheered my son up by playing with him or letting him come into his room since the girls wanted to be alone and play or do their makeup. My heart goes out to you Michelle. I am so sorry for this tragic loss. He was a good boy and would have grown into a wonderful and kind man. He didn't deserve this and no mother should have to bury her child.

Barbara Whiteside

April 11, 2019

I met Xavier eight or nine years ago when he contacted me to buy some fireworks with the money he had made cutting grass and doing chores. He let his sister pick out what she wanted which I thought was so sweet. He looked me right in the eye and asked me what he could get with the money that he had. I knew from the very first time I met him and saw him that there was something special about him. I looked forward to seeing him and his family every year. He was the only kid who earned their own money to buy fireworks from me. I respected him so much and always bragged about him to his family. He made an inpact on me and impressed me so much. I will always be grateful to have known him. I know I have an angel in heaven now.

Jose Cereceres

April 11, 2019

Once xav and I, would always be snapping each other telling each other dang I’m bored come scoop. All the dang time. But one time I made him happy. I picked him up we went over to a friends house and just started horsing around like usual and at the end of the day we both say he’s smile and we knew that he was our source or happiness and joy . You’ll be missedy bro, I love you and hope heaven is awesome .❤️

Bridget Schofield

April 11, 2019

Xavier was a very respectful and kind natured young man if he was over at my house and I pulled up with groceries ...I would never have to even ask he would always take it upon himself to come out and lend a helping hand ..Michelle did a great job raising him taught him everything a man would need to know about life on how to treat others and be kind and sweet ..He was always makeing everyone laugh..My son and X played football and basketball together from a young age he was a great athlete ..I have a picture I would like to share that brings tears to my eyes.. I remember this day as if it was yesterday Xavier and my son thought those black lines under the eyes would make them invinsible to the other team ..We miss you so much ..Even though we weren't ready to loose you just yet the Lord needed your kind heart in heaven with him to do what you do best help others .....Look over your mother and sister and I will do my best to help out on this earth with them..until we meet again little man

Jessica Bailey

April 10, 2019

He was an amazing young man. He was kind hearted, smart, funny, protective, and would have grown up to be a great man!! He had a smile that would not let you stay mad. We will miss his presence tremendously but we will cherish our memories..

Shelley Guthrie

April 10, 2019

He was the nicest most gorgeous young man. He just glowed . My sincere condolences to his wonderful mom and the rest of his family and to all his friends