Obituary of Flo-Ann Newman Weaver
One of the hardest things for me to do is announce the passing of one of the most important people in my life, my wife of 42 Years, Flo-Ann Newman Weaver.
After a four-year long battle with Peritoneal Cancer, Flo-Ann’s body said no more. We danced around the discussion of death, but I could see in her eyes that she was tired of pain. She left on her terms and had the opportunity to spend Christmas with our daughter Lori and Thanksgiving with her brother Rick and his wife Carmen.
Flo-Ann was a fighter, had a strong opinion, loved food and golfing with her friends. She would never let me forget her Five Hole-In One’s to my zero.
She was most proud of our daughter Lori and the woman she had become; self-sufficient, strong opinion and big heart.
The Restaurant business was her passion that included ownership and management. She managed by walking around and would often say you can’t expect what you don’t inspect.
Flo-Ann was the rock of our family. Many times, she guided my temper and many times I felt her temper, but Love was always the balance. She held our home together while I was out doing what I loved in the Military while simultaneously raising our daughter and running her own business.
Flo-Ann was preceded in passing by her Mother Alayne and her Father Jacob. She is survived by myself and our daughter as well as her brother Rick, his wife Carmen, their children Ricky, Marlayne and three great nephews that she adored.
She also leaves behind many great friends who came to help, provide a prayer or a word of encouragement. Many understand FLO-MINGO Strong!
Please don't be sad just remember Flo-Ann and smile.
Lori and I will announce plans at a later date.
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