Susan Laurel Weaver

March 4, 1968October 30, 2019
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Susan Laurel Weaver was born on March 4, 1968 and passed away on October 30, 2019.


  • Funeral Service Monday, November 11, 2019
  • Graveside Service Monday, November 11, 2019


Susan Laurel Weaver

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Maria Rivas

November 4, 2019

Career Day at Kennedy...

Maria Rivas

November 4, 2019

Maria Rivas

November 4, 2019

1st grade Team at Kennedy. Maria O., Daniel, Susan and I.

Jeanne Smith

November 4, 2019

Jennifer, Susan, Janice, Jeff Hosenfeld,
Would all eat lunch together at
Fountain valley high school.
Jennifer introduced me to
Jeff my first guy as a friend,
Susan knew him too.
Then Susan introduced me
To Jon Carr my first Real old boyfriend.
It was Good for a while and then it just didn't work out.
Jon and I kind of kept in touch.
Then in 1999 I moved out of
My parents house. A couple of years ago Susan saw me driving and she
Said to look up her on Facebook
And then I reconnected with Jon and Jeff and I was already friends again
With Jennifer.
I knew Tony and his mom too.
His mom Blanche and my mom
Were friends in a Garden Club.
Real quick. My mom was going to the
Store and she looked left no traffic
Turned right into a bus! Blanche saw
It and called my dad and I. Every body
Was alright.
I wish everyone well. It will be Good
To see everyone at the funeral.
That was me with the notifications.
Gotta go, friends, Jeanne

Lori Bell

November 3, 2019

I first met Susan (and Tony) through a mutual friend. From the first time we met, I was struck by how amazing she was.
She was very smart, very funny and wore her heart on her sleeve. She was a dedicated and caring teacher, who always went above and beyond for her students. She loved her job and her students.
Susan loved life. She enjoyed travel, food, and art. She and I bonded over both romantic and science fiction books. Music, movies and plays also brought her laughter and joy. She brought pea pods as a movie snack, liked pineapple on her pizza , and turkey sandwiches at Norm’s. She liked sushi, war wonton soup, and Red Vines.
Susan was the kind of person that was always good to be with. Even though we didn’t see each other as often as I wanted, as we both had crazy schedules, little calls and texts mattered. And when we did see each other, it was like no time had passed. She was a kind and supportive friend.
She loved her family and friends. Each trip with Sharon, each holiday with the Weavers, every time she hung out with friends, it was celebrated. Possibly because of everything she went through, she appreciated the small things..
She loved her fur babies, and they loved her.
More than anything, she loved Tony. I was honored to be a bridesmaid in their wedding, From that day to this, their love for each other is an inspiration. Tony, never forget that we are here for you.
I will miss Susan every day, but I am so grateful and blessed to have known her and had her in my life for over thirty years. She lives on in my heart, and always will.

James Bush

November 2, 2019

Sue Sue and I met in 2nd or 3rd grade. We became very good friends basically one of my few lifetime friends. At one point in time Fran opened her house to me and I lived there for 2 or 3 years.

Tony and I played many pranks on Fran and her friend Barry, we all got kicks out of it at their expense.

I can remember D&D till all hours of the night, parties and gatherings in the game room. Mom would come in several times a night asking us to quiet down, she never kicked us out for being too loud.

Susan was a very good friend and the sister I never had. Sometimes we would just drink coffee or tea and read books in the "library section" of the gameroom.

Her infectious smile and cute devilish laugh and perpetual gullibility will be missed.

I love you Susan and I will see you again some day on the other side.

Karen Quo

November 2, 2019

Susan and I grew up in the same neighborhood. Our Mothers were friends. My sisters and I would play in Susan's game room with the neighborhood kids. As adults we remained neighbors and I could see how happy she was in her marriage with Tony. She loved dressing up as Mrs. Claus to Tony's Santa Claus. She was a dedicated Teacher. Susan you will missed.

Tony Weaver

November 2, 2019

We met when I was around 11 years old. She would walk past my house and tease each other. In high school, she and her mom would give me rides to school with a Great Dain to sit on my lap.
We got married in 1992.
She was an incredibly dedicated 1st grade teacher. She could have retired several years ago, but she was too dedicated.
God never gave us human kids, but we have had lots of lots of fur babies throughout our lives.
She's had a lot of health issues over the years, and for the first time in decades, she's not in pain.
Thank you God for giving me such a wonderful Wife and partner.

Jennifer Eddy

November 1, 2019

I've known Susan through the years since at least my Sophomore year of high school, which is the year after I met Tony. For many reading this, they know that was at least thirty (30) years ago. I have many fond memories of the time I have been Blessed knowing Susan. One is when she drove a classic green wagon, then there was double-dutch Prom in 1986. There were group gatherings in her mom's garage where we all joked around, teased each-other, and bonded over some of the dumbest things..we were after all teenagers(!). At this time Susan (and her mom) owned Great Danes with tails(!). Then there was her college graduation; her bridal shower(!); her wedding (to Tony); a trip to Lake Arrowhead in February where Susan created a snow cat (!); we swapped stories about being cat owners - she always had more cats than me (us), and lots of funny stories about how each one received their names..I think Trout is the cutest and silliest one of her cats names. More recently, and unknowingly to Susan, a very unique group of people were able to put three party's together in one, with a marriage renewal under her nose, and on her actual BirthDAY (her choice for the date)! Susan ...ALWAYS