Jeanne Weaver

Obituary of Jeanne Weaver

JEANNE CAROLYN (WEAVER) COX, WAS BORN NOVEMBER 12, 1954 TO THE LATE SHIRLEY ANNE and EUGENE K. (Sonny) WEAVER in ROCHESTER, NEW YORK.

GOD CALLED HER HOME ON AUGUST 11, 2018.

SHE IS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY HER STEPFATHER, THOMAS (TK) WHITE, 1 SISTER ANNE MARIE SMITH, 1 STEP SISTER ELIZABETH WHITE, and 1 STEP BROTHER RICHARD LEE WHITE.

JEANNE ATTENDED EAST HIGH SCHOOL, ROCHESTER, NY 1967-1969, HAVING TO DROP OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL EARLY, SHE LATER RETURNED IN 1974, TO OBTAIN HER GED. AT THE AGE OF 57, SHE RETURNED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF PHEONIX (ONLINE) TO STUDY PSYCHOLOGY. DURING THE COURSE OF HER JOURNEY, SHE ATTENDED, AND GRADUATED BIBLICAL SCHOOL, AND BECAME AN ORDAINED MINISTER INSIDE PRISON.

THOSE THAT KNEW JEANNE, KNEW SHE WAS A VERY CARING, AND LOVING PERSON TO EVERYONE SHE TOUCHED. JEANNE WORKED IN LAUNDRY SERVICES FOR MANY YEARS AS A LAUNDRY TECHNICIAN. JEANNE DEDICATED HER LIFE TO HER CHILDREN, HER GRANDCHILDREN, AND HER GREAT GREAT GRANDCHILDREN. ALTHOUGH SHE WAS CHALLENGED WITH MANY OBSTACLES DURING HER LIFE, SHE OVER-CAME THEM ALL. THROUGH EVERY STORM SHE HAD TO FACE, SHE ALWAYS MANAGED TO MAKE IT THROUGH. SHE WAS VERY STRONG-WILLED AND DETERMINED. THROUGH ALL HER CHALLENGES, SHE WAS STILL ABLE TO ENJOY A FULL AND BALANCED LIFE WITH HER FAMILY. JEANNE LIVED LIFE THROUGH HER FAMILY AND FRIENDS. HER SIMPLE PLEASURES IN LIFE WERE SPENDING TIME WITH HER LOVED ONES, TALKING ON THE PHONE FOR HOURS, AND ANNOYING YOU. JEANNE HAD AN UNCANNING ABILITY TO REACH PEOPLE IN A DEEP, AND POSITIVE WAY.

SHE IS SURVIVED BY HER HUSBAND VINCENT COX SR., HER 6 CHILDREN: ANTHONY ALICIA WEAVER (LISA), APRYL (SHON) WALKER, DANNA, CHARLENE, AND CHERYL COX, AND MICHAEL WHITE, 24 GRANDCHILDREN, 22 GREAT GRAND CHILDREN, HER AUNTS LUCILLE WATSON AUNT "SHANK" YOLONDA CARAWAY and HER CLOSE COUSIN KAREN FREEMAN and One Step Sister Kim Gilmore. 2 NIECES: GENA, and TONETTE SMITH, A VERY CLOSE FRIEND, REV. DELORIS SIMPSON. ALONG WITH A HOST OF NIECES, NEPHEWS, AUNTS, UNCLES, COUSINS, AND MANY OTHER LIVES THAT SHE'S TOUCHED.

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