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Mary A. Weaver


Mary A. Weaver, age 60, of Gahanna, Ohio died November 15, 2018.  She was born in Columbus, Ohio on August 12, 1958 to the late Shirley Vittum and Walter Mason.  On June 9, 1984 she married Charles Weaver at the Trinity Episcopalian Church.  Together they shared 34 years of marriage.  Mary is survived by her husband, Charlie Weaver; daughter, Stefanie Bohnert (Christopher Bohnert); son, Alex Weaver (Raul Rojas); granddaughter, Audrey Bohnert; siblings, Ann Mason (John Carnes), Katharin Mason – Wolf (Bill Wolf), Daniel Mason (Mami Hayashida) and Margaret Mason (Rodger Webb); and many nieces and nephews.  She is preceded in death by her mother, Shirley Vittum; sister, Dorothy Sova; and father, Walter Mason.  Mary worked 15 years with the Girl Scout Council (7 years with Four Winds Council in Wichita, Kansas and 8 years with Seal of Ohio Council in Columbus, Ohio) and 19 years with Columbus City Schools at Cassady Alternative Elementary School.  She was a member of First Congregational Church, a member of the First Church Choir and various other committees.  A gathering will be held from 1:00 – 2:30 PM on Sunday, December 2, 2018 in Parish Hall at First Congregational Church with a service to immediately follow at 2:30 PM at the church address of 444 E. Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to First Congregational Church.  Please visit www.OhioCremation.org to leave the family an online condolence.

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  • Patricia Hamilton says:

    Hello to Mary’s family. I taught with Mary for 9 yrs at Cassady and have remained her friend since. She always participated in our “family” get togethers, whether it was a happy hour, a pool part, or a baby shower. We love her so much! I am so very saddened and shocked by her passing. I am so sorry for your loss. Love and prayers.
    Pat Hamilton

  • Lori Barton says:

    I taught next door to Mary for three years at Cassady. She was very dear to me and all of the Cassady family. I’m heartsick over her passing. My deepest condolences to her family.

  • Donna Baker says:

    I taught with Mary for 15 years at Cassady.she was an excellent teacher. We were team mates in grades 4 and 5 for 3 of those years and also attended technology trainings together. She was a loving and caring person who will be greatly missed. My deepest condolences to her family and friends.

  • Denise Scott says:

    To the Weaver Family; I have very warm memories of working with Mary at Cassady Elementary for 9 years. She will be missed.

  • Meshannda&Michael Elmore says:

    Hello, we had the pleasure of Mrs. Weaver teaching our daughter Yasmin Elmore her 4th grade year. She truly enjoyed Yasmin and her hard work she did in class. Our daughter really had a lot of respect and love for Mrs.Weaver and she even attended Yasmin’s 10th birthday dinner. She will truly be missed and now is a angel in heaven. We send our prayers love and condolences in this sad time for her family.

  • Neda Miyashiro says:

    May her memory be eternal.

  • LeQuanta Berry says:

    I had the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Weaver this year as a new employee at Cassady. She welcomed me with open arms and was always very pleasant. I will miss her warm and kind spirit. Prayers of comfort for her family.

  • Elder Family says:

    We had the absolute pleasure of meeting and becoming friends with Mrs. Weaver when she taught our daughter Bria in the 2nd grade. She was an amazing teacher and a more amazing friend. We remained friends with her and she attended many of our kids sports activities and we went to a Christmas concert that she sang in at her church. We will miss her dearly and we pray her family continue to laugh with the memories of the good times, and that God comfort you through the difficult times. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • Angela Tyson says:

    I just met Mrs. Weaver this year at Cassady. I pray the comfort and love of the Holy Spirit surround you and give you peace.

  • David Sogin says:

    I worked with Dan Mason in Lexington for 32 years. I would like to express my sincere condolances to your family on the passing of Mary Weaver. May her memory be a blessing.
    Sogins

  • Nicole Radden says:

    I’m still in shock. Mrs Weaver taught my daughter Serenity last year for 2nd grade. I appreciate the dedication,guidance and love from you to help me get her on the right path to third grade. Serenity and I will miss you. To Mrs Weaver’s family,I am so sorry for your loss. I will be keeping you in my prayers.

  • Sandi Bopp says:

    I worked with Mary at Cassady for a short period of time. She was a hard-working teacher and fun to be around in a group of friends. It was quite clear that she loved God, her church and family! She talked about them often. She will be missed! My heart goes out to her family, friends, colleagues and students.

  • Cheryl Meisterman says:

    Mary has been our kind neighbor and friend for many years. She enjoyed a good chat and was well known in the neighborhood for her friendliness, caring, and acceptance. We send our deepest sympathy to the family and we miss her.
    Cheryl and Alan

  • Linda Champlin says:

    As we travel through life on Earth we meet many people. Some people we meet enrich our life’s here, Mary, was one of those amazing people.I am thankful that I got to work with her for a few years. May God comfort you until we are all reunited.

  • Linda Noblin says:

    I wish I had lived closer; I wish I had had more time with Mary. I am sad for you Charlie and your family as you grieve, and in the midst of all this, I celebrate Mary’s life and the myriad of ways she touched so many people. A couple of summers ago, both you, Charlie, and Mary came to Dallas to visit Alex who had moved here. The four of us spent a splendid afternoon together eating Bar-B-Que and talking over copious cups of coffee and pie. I knew then Mary was a kindred spirit. I hold her spirit close and send much love.

  • Nancy Braverman says:

    Dear Weavers: What a lovely, lovely woman Mary was. I served with her as a First Congregational Church deacon where she was a good and faithful servant and a fine leader. She will be so missed in the First Church Choir, in the congregation and in the myriad of ways she served the church.
    Larry joins me in extending to you our deepest sympathy.
    May you find solace and peace in his difficult time.
    Sincerely,
    Nancy and Larry Braverman

  • Geralda Stanton says:

    Masons:

    Can’t tell you how my heart goes out to all of you. Life is so precarious, but Mary put more into and got more out of it than most people. She loved and is and will always be loved. You are all an enormous part of my life and will always will be. Don’t forget me. Auntie Geralda

  • Becky Sullivan says:

    I worked with Mary at Seal of Ohio Girl Scouts many years ago. I am so saddened to hear of her passing. She was a wonderful person and friend. I am so sorry for your family’s loss.

  • Deborah Peluso says:

    I met Mary at Bexley Yoga. I did not know her well but talked with her several times after class and when running into one another around town. I admired her gentle spirit and the perseverance she brought to yoga. We will miss her in our Ashtanga class. Wishing her family and loved ones peace.

  • Emily & Jason Hurst says:

    Charlie and family, We are so terribly sorry for your loss. We are thinking about you, praying for you, and sending our deepest sympathies.

  • Kathie and Guy Cole says:

    Kathie and I send our deepest condolences on the loss of Mary. Mary was a wonderful and kind person. She was a cherished member the First Church family and will be dearly missed.

  • Claudia Simmons says:

    So sorry for your loss my prayers are for your family.
    Ann I know you are missing your twin, just keep the memories close to your heart.
    Claudia Simmons

  • Lou Alice King says:

    Mary and I were friends early in our married lives. Stephanie was born just six months after my son and I remember many fine afternoons pushing our kids in strollers through the neighborhood and enjoying the warmth of easy friendship. We didn’t communicate much, but whenever I thought of her, fondness would fill my heart. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. My heart goes out to Charlie, Stephanie and Alex.

  • David Crombie says:

    To the Weaver Family,
    Our deepest sympathies on Mary’s passing. We have had the pleasure of knowing Mary, and her family since Alex and our daughter were High School friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    David and Jane Crombie

  • RP says:

    To Mary’s family and friends, please accept my heartfelt condolences on your loss. It’s so hard to lose someone we love, but the seeming finality of death is what makes it especially difficult. Job 14:14,15 gives us confidence that Jehovah God yearns to bring back to life the dead who are preserved in his memory. The Bible gives us a wonderful hope of living in a paradise on earth and seeing the resurrection of our dead loved ones. (Luke 23:43; John 5:28,29″ May this bring you some comfort and strength, remembering that soon God will wipe away our tears and swallow up death forever. (Isaiah 25:8)

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