Alan Bruce Weaver

November 8, 1950January 6, 2019

Alan Weaver, 68, a longtime resident of Norwalk, entered into eternal rest after a brief illness on the morning of Sunday, January 6, 2019. Alan was one of two children of Edna Dalzell Weaver and the late Alfred Weaver.

Alan graduated the University of Connecticut with a BA Degree in Liberal Arts. He created and edited columns for his school’s newspaper named “Storrs After Dark.” Mr. Weaver received his Communications MA at Fairfield University.

He was self-employed, teaching computer literacy and skills including social media to businesses and individuals. He was the owner of the Big Picture, providing on-line presence and software training. Weaver served as an Adjunct Professor of Business and Technology at Housatonic Community College since 1997, Instructor of Technology and Business at the Yonkers Public Library, Westport Senior Center, and Instructor Greenwich, CT, Continuing Education.

Alan was an avid swimmer, bike rider, and photographer as well as BBQ chef, especially at the marina where he enjoyed his weekends on the boat. Alan’s travels with friend Len took them to numerous parts of continental USA, Alaska, Canada, Rome, Assisi, Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Kenya, Africa. Alan’s worldly travel photos were always shared with friends and family.

Alan leaves behind his mother Edna, his sister Ellen (James) Sutherland Sr., two nephews, James Sutherland Jr. and Jonathan (Kathleen) Sutherland, and their son Jack, and many cousins, longtime friends, and students whose lives he touched over the years.

Services: Saturday, January 26th, 1- 4:30 pm at Gallagher Funeral Home, 2900 Summer St, Stamford, CT. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Alan’s memory to help students in financial need to: St. Francis Prep, 6100 Francis Lewis Blvd., Fresh Meadows, NY 11365


  • St. Francis Prep


26 January

Memorial Service

1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Leo P. Gallagher & Son Funeral Home

2900 Summer St.
Stamford, CT 06905


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Don McCausland

January 14, 2019

A loss to me, his friends and family. Alan was a dear friend for many years and was truly one of a kind. He was funny and sad all at the same time. Both the world and I shall miss him. Rest in peace for you are now in a far better and more glorious Place.

Jackie & Paul Chimino

January 10, 2019

Alan will be greatly missed...caring, loving and generous friend. Hugs to all the special people in his life. We will certainly miss him. Rest in peace our dear friend.