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“Really enjoyed being her friend. I was really sad that I couldn't come to her funeral. I tried to come but the weather got bad and I couldn't walk...Read More »
1 of 4 | Posted by: Sally Peel - Tampa, FL - Friend

“Joy was a lovely person who loved her family immensely . She often talked about them and told us interesting things about their activities. She was...Read More »
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“I have very fond memories of Mrs. Weaver and her little dog. It was also a blessing to see how much her family has loved and cherished her. I will...Read More »
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“Bill,My heart and prayers are with you and Thomas at this time. I know how much your Mom means to you but knowing that she is home and well now has...Read More »
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Joy Weaver, age 90, the only child of AS and Elizabeth Littleton was born on January 21, 1928 in Stone, KY and died March 14, 2018 in Tampa, FL. Joy graduated with a Baccalaureate degree from the University of Kentucky and a Master's degree from Florida Atlantic University. She and her family moved from Maysville, KY to Fort Pierce, FL in 1963. She had been a principal and teacher in Ohio and Kentucky and continued teaching in Fort Pierce. At retirement she had taught a total of 44 years. Five years ago she moved to Tampa, FL.She is predeceased by Tom Weaver, her husband. She is survived by her daughter Deborah Boldt and husband Chris of Plant City, FL, her daughter Tamara Harrell and husband Bob of Tampa, her son William Weaver of Greenville, SC and her grandson Thomas Weaver of Atlanta. Joy enjoyed traveling during her retirement years and was able to tour much of the US, Europe and Asia. She was actively involved in the Florida Retired Educators Association and her churches Indian River and Palma Ceia Presbyterian Churches. Joy was a strong woman…in her faith, her love of family, her ability to raise and educate three children on a school teacher's salary and in her friendships. She gave throughout her life and will be missed by many.
In lieu of flowers, Joy requested those wishing to honor her contribute to the Saint Lucie County Retired Educators Association Scholarship Fund to assist students choosing to become teachers. SLCREA 5571 NW Scepter Drive, Port Saint Lucie, FL 34983