Randy T. Weaver

Randy T. Weaver

Randy passed away Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at his home in Otsego.

He was born January 26, 1949 in Kalamazoo the son of Edith (Henry) and Herman Weaver. Randy served his country the US Navy during the Vietnam Crisis. He had worked at Gibson Guitar and for over 25 years had worked for Mead and Rock Tenn. In his spare time Randy loved riding motorcycles and taking care of his animals. On October 31, 1966 in Norfolk, Virginia he married Londa Peterson who survives.

Also surviving are his children, Morgan Weaver of Martin and Art (Becky) Weaver of Plainwell; 2 grandchildren, Alexis and Brianna Weaver and siblings, Judy of TX, Linda of PA, Margie of IN, Dianna of MI and Meredith of MI, sister-in-law, Kathy of MI and brother -in-law, Larry of MI along with several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Ray.

According to his wishes cremation has taken place.

Randy’s family encourages everyone to raise a cup of coffee in Randy’s memory.

Messages of condolence may be posted at www.winkelfuneralhome.com.

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  1. LaRayne says:

    So sorry to hear this..some of my fondest childhood memories you are included in..I will treasure those memories.. Prayers for you Aunt Londa , Morgan, Art and family.. Love always LaRayne

    • The Weaver Family says:

      Thank you for your kind words and thoughts.

  2. Randy and Linda Taft says:

    Art and Becky LInda and I send our thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

    • The Weaver Family says:

      Thank you for thinking of us.

  3. Beth (Bob) Randall says:

    Uncle Randy will always have special place in my heart. I will always cherish the fond memories I have of him. The thick beard that he could grow in 2 days, the smell of the cherry tobacco he would smoke in his pipe, and the sound of his deep chuckle when I would do, or say, something he would find funny.
    Thank You, Uncle Randy, for the lessons you taught me, for sharing your home and your family with me countless times.

    Prayers for strength and peace for the Aunt Londa, Morgan, Art, & Becky. I Love You all.
    Beth Alice

    • The Weaver Family says:

      Your words brought back fond memories to share with our family.
      Thank you for your thoughts.

  4. Terry Watson says:

    So sorry for your loss Londa, my thoughts are with you at this time

    • The Weaver Family says:

      Thank you for keeping us in your thoughts.

  5. John Laws and Family says:

    We would like to take a moment and send our thoughts and prayers out to the Weavers. Randy was a good friend and will be truly missed. He was a one of a kind character that when you met him you wouldn’t forget him. We raise our cups of coffee to you as you take that great motorcycle trip home. Rest in piece my friend.

  6. Jan (Meacham) Gerhart says:

    Dear Londa and Family,
    So very sorry to hear of Randy’s passing. I hope your happy memories will help you all as you go thru this difficult time. Please know that my thoughts are with you!!

  7. Linda (Mapes) Glaz says:

    So sorry to hear about Randy. Great school memories. Praying for your family!

  8. Joseph Menck says:

    So sad to hear that your husband passed away. You were always one of the sweetest teachers I knew in school, and I can only pray that you are able to work through this loss and remember all the happier times.

  9. Douglas & Suzy Menck says:

    So very sorry to hear of Randy’s passing. We have many fond memories of our time as neighbors. Praying for peace for your family in the coming days.

  10. Jan & Howard Yake says:

    Dear Londa, Morgan, Art and Becky, Alex & Brianna and family.
    We are sorry to hear of Randy’s passing and wishing you all, as you continue on your life journey, will recall all the great memories you shared with him thru the years that will bring smiles instead of tears.

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