OBITUARY

Carl W Weaver

January 2, 1942February 18, 2021

Carl W Weaver was born on January 2, 1942 and passed away on February 18, 2021 and is under the care of D.O. McComb & Sons Funeral Homes - Lakeside Park.

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Rick Tudico

February 22, 2021

I had the "pleasure," of dealing with Carl, the first time, as a Food Marketing Semi Truck Driver. When I became Receiving Manager, in June, 1985, at Rogers Markets.
I have known, he and Patti, since December, 1998, as they are a neighbor of my sister, Cindie Vanderwall.
I had the "pleasure," again of dealing with Carl, as the Purchasing Manager 2016, at General Petroleum. Carl would fill in for picking up Exxon Mobil Orders, from Chicago, IL. While doing this he was mentoring our current Semi Driver Shawn Garman.
A sincere, "thank you," to Carl Weaver, for being a great person!!

Renae Duran

February 22, 2021

I’m so sad to hear the news of Carl’s passing. He was so funny and was such a hard worker. His wife Patti, took very good care of him.

My husband and I did trade shows with Patti and Carl, Carl always stopped by our booth to chat a bit. I always envied him because he was so good driving trucks and trailers. I recently asked him if he would teach me how to drive an 18 wheeler. His response was, “GOOD LUCK.”

I value the friendship of his wife, Patti. We will be forever best of friends. I will always help her through the tough times that lay ahead for her.

I’m grateful that Ryan lives minutes away and Brandon is just a phone call away.

This couple are loved by many. Carl will certainly be missed.

Renae Duran

Ed Masloob

February 21, 2021

So sorry for your loss. Always enjoyed talking with Carl at the NSHS reunion breakfast. Has been a year. Lots of laughs visiting with him at the Boat Show or Grabill Fair and eating his caramel corn. Just one nice guy to be around. He will be missed.

Ed Masloob

Jeff Trammel

February 20, 2021

The dad I only got to know in the past few years. So very sad that getting to know you better has now come to an end. I'm so thankful for those times I and the children got to overlap with you, hear your laugh, watch you work hard in retirement, eat the pop corn you and Patti generously shoved into our hands, and see your smile when we dropped by for a spontaneous visit. I'm equally thankful for those few meals to which you treated me so we could talk politics, the past, spiritual truths, and family. You will be missed.

Jim Zimmerman

February 20, 2021

The Ft Wayne boat show won’t be the same without Carl across the isle. He was a hard worker and what a personality. Always had a story to tell that brought a smile to my face. What a great guy. I and the Zimmerman families will never forget him. We are so sorry for you and your families loss Patty. RIP Carl.

Cynthia Vanderwall

February 20, 2021

The best neighbors ever. Carl and Patti were always there for everyone. Carl had the best sense of humor and was a great help to me and my company especially when I went through an acrimonious divorce. Always thought of everyone’s needs. He will be missed. Patti and Ryan, our deepest sympathy. We are here for you. Love you❤️🙏🏻