In Memoriam : Annette Weaver
Annette Weaver - age: 69
(May 18, 1947 to May 12, 2017 )
Resident of Aiken, South Carolina
Visitation and viewing of Mrs. Annette Weaver will be held at the J.H. Robinson Funeral Home, 190 Railroad ave. W on Tuesday May 16, 2017 between the hours of 3 and 7 pm. The remains will also be available for viewing on Wednesday at Walker Faith Tabernacle of Worship between the hours of 1 and 2 p.m.
Funeral services for Mrs. Weaver will be held at the Walker Faith Tabernacle of Worship, 757 SC Highway 121, Johnston , SC 29832. The services are on Wednesday May 17, 2017 and will begin at 2:00 pm. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
A Life To Be Remembered
On the evening of May 12, 2017, our almighty God extended His hand of compassion and called Mother Annette W. Weaver into eternal peace. Realizing that the sufferings of this world could not compare to the glory that awaited her, she exited gracefully.
Mother Annette was born to the late Willie Hampton Dailey and Lila Mae Dailey on May 18, 1947. She was educated in the Aiken County Public School System. Mother Annette was a devoted wife and mother. She served as Head Mother of Walk of Faith Tabernacle of Worship and Vice-president of the bereavement ministry until her death.
She was preceded in death by her father, Willie Hampton Dailey; mother, Lila Mae Dailey; and oldest son, David Jerome Williams.
Mother Annette was joined in holy matrimony to Leroy Weaver on December 21, 1997. God allowed them to share many good times and special moments; their marriage exemplified unconditional love for each other until the end. She leaves to cherish her loving memory: three sons, Larry Leon Williams of North Augusta, SC; John Allan (Angela) Williams of Trenton, SC; Lee Alvin (Hannah) Williams of Aiken, SC; two daughters, Angerla (Johnny) Simpkins of Windsor, SC; Sharon Adams of Aiken, SC; two step-sons, Samuel (Sherry) Weaver of North Augusta; Steven (Felicia) Weaver of Edgefield, SC; two step-daughters, Linda (Willie Jr.) Butler of Edgefield, SC; Gail (Allen) Washington of Trenton, SC; one god-son, Tony Davenport of Wagener, SC; one step-brother, Melvin Harrison of Graniteville, SC; two step-sisters, Evelyn (Bernard) Livingston of Wagener, SC; Mary Lou Harrison of Red Bank, SC; A host of grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends that will treasure the memories they shared with her.
She leaves to cherish a very special sister-in-law; Delores Salley of Wagener, SC; and a very special cousin; Frances Bonnett of Aiken, SC.
She leaves to cherish a very special family, Timothy and Donna Hasty; their three daughters: Erin (Marc) Joehnk; Catherine (Jerry) Beck; Sarah Hasty all of Aiken, SC; two grandchildren, Mary Corbin and Sanders Beck.
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