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Wade Weaver

December 17, 1969 — March 22, 2022

Friends, family, and everyone in between we regret to inform of the passing of Wade Jonathan Weaver who left us March 21st, 2022 at the age of 52 proceeding Jesse Weaver, his son, who passed away July 7th, 2007. Born December 17th, 1969 he quickly became a valued member of the family and a bestfriend to anyone he had met throughout his life. Born to the parents of Pamela E. Page, born June, 23rd 1948, and Philip E. Weaver, October 12th, 1948. The two not only brought in their little boy, whom they would love until the day he died, they brought in a man born with a heart made of gold. Starting off as a water well driller at the age of 14, Wade Weaver showed himself to be an incredibly hard worker who was passionate about his job. He stayed in this field till he died and not a single day went by where he didn’t give 100% effort into the job. He taught, trained, and inspired those he worked with to be the very best they could be because Wade Weaver, through hardwork and determination, was “the best damn water well driller around”. Wade also enjoyed riding his motorcycle which he used as a chance to find peace and solidarity during stressful times as well as a chance to connect to several others in his family. He especially enjoyed riding his custom bike from Kelly Hollice, his best friend, and spent many hours riding till there was no more road left for him to ride. Wade was more than a driller and a biker, he was also a son, a brother, an uncle, a father, a grandfather, a cousin, a friend and mentor. With a contagious smile, infectious laugh and consuming personality, Wade brought life into any room and any person he met with his stories, his memories and his wisdom. He left behind his kids, all of whom he loved more than life itself, Koby, Sawyer, Jesse, Andrew, Hanna, and Kami Weaver. He made sure not a single day went by where they didnt feel love and acceptance from him and he gave all he could to them till the day he died. Wade also left behind several other people he loved and cared for more than we will ever know: his parents Pamela and Philip Weaver, his sister, Dawn Weaver as well as his niece and nephew, Tara, and T.J Lane, his aunt and uncle, Suanne and Robert Arde, and his grandkids, Naomi, Savannah, McKenna, Kadence, and Tinsley. Wade was a family man, he spent his entire life reminding those around him that “blood is thicker than water” and stood by that. He never turned his back on anyone no matter how angry or upset he was, he would always be at your side when you needed him most. He spent everyday leading up to his death making sure those around him were taken care of, appreciated and loved and you could see in his eyes just how much valued the time he spent with his family. Wade will be dearly missed not only because of how he impacted people but because of how he loved people. He never shyed away from helping those closest to him simply because they were family to him. Wade Weaver died with a heart of gold and a personality of silver, he was the kind of person to give his shirt off his back for anyone he cared about. We will all remember him as the person who cared for other people and gave his life without a second thought. We all lost a valued member of this world, however, we all know Wade is where he needs to be looking down at all of us with the same caring eyes he looked at us during his life. The family will be having the service at Love Funeral Homes 225 F Ave, Limon, CO 80828 Thursday March 31st at 1pm. There will be a public viewing for those who want to say their last goodbyes Wednesday March 30th, 2022 at 2-5p.m. For those who can not join us in person here is a live stream of the service https://youtu.be/lVBqENb0-po . If you wish to help the family in any way feel free to donate flowers or donate to the GoFundMe page set up for Wade to ensure he receives the best burial possible.
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Wednesday, March 30, 2022

2:00 - 5:00 pm (Mountain time)

Love Funeral Home Chapel

225 F Avenue, Limon, CO 80828

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Funeral Service

Thursday, March 31, 2022

Starts at 1:00 pm (Mountain time)

Love Funeral Home Chapel

225 F Avenue, Limon, CO 80828

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