Rev. Kevin E. Weaver
April 18, 1955 - February 06, 2019
Weaver, Rev. Kevin E. entered into rest on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 at age 63. Beloved husband of Debra S. Weaver (nee Crane) for 38 years. Beloved father of Kenton (Tabitha) Weaver. Dearest grandfather of Will Turnbow and Korben Weaver. Dear son of the late Kenneth and Norma Weaver. Dear son-in-law of Bonnie Casey. Dear brother of Jeff Weaver and Becky Weaver. Dear brother-in-law, uncle and friend to many.
Kevin was a minister in the United Church of Christ since 1980 and recently a member of St. Mark UCC, Arnold, Missouri. He was an active member of the Owensville Masonic Lodge and York Rite. Masonic Services will be held Monday evening 7pm at the funeral home.
Memorials to the Masonic charity of donor's choice are appreciated.
Services: Visitation Monday (2/11/19) 2 to 8 pm at JOHN L. ZIEGENHEIN & SONS (South County), 4830 Lemay Ferry Rd. (63129). Visitation Tuesday (2/12/19) at St. Mark United Church of Christ, 1861 Missouri State Road, Arnold, MO (63010) from 10 am until funeral service time of 11 am Tuesday.
February 11, 2019, Monday
02:00 pm - 08:00 pm
John L. Ziegenhein and Sons Funeral Homes South County
4830 Lemay Ferry Road, Saint Louis, MO 63129
February 12, 2019, Tuesday
11:00 am - 12:00 am
St. Mark United Church of Christ
1861 Missouri State Road, Arnold, Missouri 63010
Dear Debbie and family, we are so very sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace.-Clark and JoAnn AllersKevin was a wonderful person. He went out of his way to help others. He was honest and funny and will be missed. His Prince of Peace friends remember him with love.-Judy and Roy SchmiemeierOne of the most inspiring men I’ve ever known ... I’m sorry to have lost him and grateful to have known him. He’s made me a better man.-David GettyDebbie and family. So sorry for your loss. Our Lodge and church family will truly miss Kevin. He was minister for all three of my girls confirmation. -Nancy JenkinsKevin was loved as a cast member by all at the New Melle Community Passion play. He brought passion & love in his parts as Judas, Peter and a member of the Choir. He will be missed. -Donna CurdtI became friends with Kevin as we studied at Eden Theological Seminary. Since then we were colleagues and brothers in clergy, especially in our ministry at Prince of Peace UCC. I am grateful to God for his service as a fine pastor and as a personal friend.-Rev. Robert B. WalkerDear Debbie and Family. I am so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed talking to Kevin when he came to St. Mark. He will be missed.
Eunice-Eunice F GrayDear Debbie and Kenton, Our sincere sympathy to you and your family. Kevin made a strong commitment to our church during his interim term. May he find peace in the arms of God.-Lisa and Dennis BrownDear Debbie and family. Armin and I are so sorry to learn of Kevin's death. Our hearts reach out to you and your family with the love of God whom you both have served so faithfully. -Norma KlemmeI'm very sorry to hear this. He was a good man and will be missed. May he rest in peace.-Marilyn O'Neill Dear Debra And Kenton And Family,I First Met Brother Reverend Kevin Earl Weaver In 1992 And Then In 1993 When I Came In To The Scottish Rite In St. Louis Missouri. Through The Years I Would See Him And Of Course Enjoy His Friendship And Quick Wit. What A Great Guy As Those Of Us Who Knew Him Would Know And Say. Too Young To Pass On So Quickly and Unexpectedly. He Will Always Be Remembered. My Biggest Regret Will Always Be Not Spending Enough Time With Our Brethren Who Have Gone To The Grand Lodge On High. In This Life We Are Given Through The Grace Of God If We Are Lucky We Meet A Few Special People That Imparts A Friendship That Forever Is Remember And That Is Masonic Brother And Reverend Keven Earl Weaver 33rd.-Douglas Blake TiptonDebbie, we were so appreciative to have Kevin serving at St. John’s Cappeln. He opened our eyes to many new ideas and ways to worship, we will always be greatful for him. We missed him when he left our church and will miss him in life. May he be at rest in Heaven and you and your family be comforted.-Roy and Chris RameyDebbie, Kenton and family: My most sincere sympathy to all. Not only was Kevin a Masonic Brother but I considered him a very good friend. We shared memberships in several organizations. I am praying that our Heavenly Father will give the needed comfort.-E Allen KohlerPastor Weaver will be missed by our family as he participated in some of our family parties. He was already missed by the mens group at Sunday breakfasts. I especially miss talking to him about the Navy since his son was serving and we had some common interests. Thanks Kevin for your inspiration and friendship.
Ray Welge, Master Chief, USN retired-Raymond WelgeDear family,
In this time of sorrow, my condolences are with you. And may these beautiful words from the Scriptures help you to endure, for Jehovah is the God of all comfort. “Do not be anxious.....but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God; and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus.” Isaiah 26:4; 2 Corinthians 1:3-4; Philippians 4:6-7 NWT.
Peace and many happy memories of Mr. Weaver be with you.
-Mich E.Our thoughts and prayers for strength as you go through all of the pain and agony of Kevin's death. No words can fully convey our thoughts but know we are with you as you sort through all of the challenges present and in the days and time going forward. Ivan and Viv Horn-Ivan & Vivian Horn
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