Wendell Weaver

June 20, 1940March 14, 2021

Wendell Wilkie Weaver, age 80, joined his wife Wilma Fern and passed away in comfort and in peace with his family March 14, in Conway. Wendell was born June 20th 1940 in Enola. Wendell will be remembered by friends and family for work with the Royal Rangers, Western Yell and Greenbrier School Districts, and the Vacuum Store in Conway. Wendell had such a humble soul, always helping a friend or family member in need, never expecting anything in return. He loved church, motors, deer hunting, music, and his grandchildren. He is survived by his sister Mary Jane, son David, and daughters Annette, Patricia, Regina, Becky, Vicki, and grandchildren and great grandchildren, and the many friendships he made throughout his life.


  • Dennis Weaver
  • David Wilson
  • Wendell Holland
  • Joshua Zajac
  • David Lowry
  • Robert Howard
  • Tim Epley
  • Ross Millirons
  • Vickie Nance Gray, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Regina Nance, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Rebecca Nance , Honorary Pallbearer
  • Trish Williams, Honorary Pallbearer


  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, March 20, 2021

  • Committal Service/ Military Honors

    Saturday, March 20, 2021


Wendell Weaver

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Fred Landers

March 21, 2021

He was a co- worker with me at Faulkner County Day School and a customer of mine allowing me to prepare his income tax returns these past few years. He was a good man with a compassionate heart and always willing to help others.
A man of integrity. Will miss our conversations when we talked at the vacuum store where you completed your work career.
Enjoy Heaven and being together again with your wife that you so missed.

Ivan Price

March 19, 2021

Wendell was like my American brother. He has been a loyal friend through good times and bad. I will miss our discussions at the vacuum store and our hunting trips. It has been an honor to call him friend. He touched the lives of many more than me. He will be deeply missed.

Shawntel Robinson

March 18, 2021

Wendell was a great man of God and will be missed. He poured into the lives of many people. I was honored to have known him.

Donna Finch

March 17, 2021

I remember when my dad and uncle Wendell were making car wash signs for Royal Rangers at the old Crystal Hill Church. Dad asked Mother and aunt Fern how to spell car warsh. They wrote car warsh on all the signs. By the time they realized it was spelled wrong it was time for the car wash. Everyone got a good laugh and we never let them live it down.
Donna Rhea Finch

Desiree Speck Dunleavey

March 17, 2021

Every time I came to visit my father’s store where Wendell faithfully worked for many years, I was always greeted with a warm hug and friendly smile from Wendell. He was never downcast or disheartened even when he was facing challenges, like losing his beloved wife and then facing the many health difficulties he himself endured. His heart was one full of gratitude and it showed in everything he said and did. I can only imagine how proud our Heavenly Father was to Welcome such a faithful Christ follower home.

Michelle Mullins

March 17, 2021

Trish, I will always remember your Dad as a kind and caring man with a smile and a laugh. My funniest memory is that time I stepped through the porch and cut my knee. Your mom and dad took such good care of me and then we all went to the hospital get stitches. Trish and I made bets with my dad to see who could guess the stitch count and would get to drive us home. 🤣 I think we were 14 going on 20.

Wendell took great care of our school for many years. I know he’ll be missed by his family and friends.

Sending you lots of hugs. ❤️

margo weaver kalinowski

March 16, 2021

I will miss you Uncle Wendell Weaver. You were a great uncle. I loved going to Arkansas and staying with you and Aunt Fern. And meeting my cousins Vicki, Rebecca, Regina, and Trish. I remember when Aunt Fern was pregnant with you Trish. and was able to watch you grow up. I Love you all. And, PRAYING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY.