Terry Lee Weaver
March 3, 1959 – September 19, 2020
Terry Lee (Siegel) Weaver sadly passed away at age 61 on September 19, 2020 in Augusta GA from complications of Covid-19. Terry was born in Boston, MA on March 3, 1959 and grew up in Stoughton, MA. She graduated Stoughton High School in 1977 and attended Becker Jr. College in Leicester MA. She eventually made Augusta GA her home of more than 35 years.
She enjoyed many years working in the restaurant and hospitality industries, as well as many years of faith and temple involvement and activities. Terry had a big heart and loved to help people all through her life. She loved her family, friends, her faith, her Boston roots and sports teams, Town Spa pizza, and she loved to talk! (Affectionately known as “mouth of the south”)
Terry is survived by her mother, Lorraine (Strock) Siegel of Brockton; sister Debbie, Michael, James, and Samantha Shastany of Yarmouth, MA; daughter Jennifer and Brandon Jones and grandson-on-the-way of Augusta, GA; son Matthew and Elizabeth Weaver, Carter, and Jackson of Hephzibah, GA. She also leaves her aunt Geri Strock of Swampscott, MA; cousins- Strocks, Housmans, and Freedmans; and many friends north and south, especially Melissa, Ila and Ben.
Terry was preceded in death and dearly missed her father, James S. Siegel; her grandparents John and Betty Strock, Tad and Belle Siegel; uncles Sam Strock and Bert Housman; aunts Bernice Freedman, Betty Strock, and Arline Housman; cousins Rick Strock, Linda Freedman and Shirley Alberts.
A private memorial service will be planned at a later date. The family requests those who wish to express sympathy to consider a donation in Terrry’s name to the American Heart Association or charity of one’s choice. Do a kind deed in her honor. We miss you Terry, love you to the moon and back. May her memory be a blessing.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Terry Lee Weaver
Eleanor Rose Godfrey-Burnick
October 19, 2020
My heart hurts reading this. Terry and I became friendly when she lived next door to us. What times we had sitting on our front porch together, drinking coffee, chatting away hours at a time. She was a blessing to those that knew and loved her and most definitely will be missed. Rest in peace, my friend.
October 13, 2020