Evelyn Hottel Shrum Weaver

Evelyn Hottel Shrum Weaver, 90, of Maurertown, passed away Sunday, March 15, 2015 at Royal Haven in Woodstock.  A memorial service will be held Sunday, March 22 at 4:00 p.m. at Mt. Zion Lutheran Church at Fairview.  Pastor Mary Louise Brown will officiate.

Mrs. Weaver was born September 28, 1924 in Woodstock, daughter of the late Charles Henry Shrum and Viola Hottel Shrum.  She was a member of Mt. Zion Lutheran Church and married to the late Ralph William Weaver.

She is survived by her son, Charles Weaver and wife Brenda of Woodstock.

Memorial contributions in her memory may be made to your favorite charity.

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4 Condolences to Evelyn Hottel Shrum Weaver

  1. Meg Safranek says:

    My Aunt Evelyn Weaver was the most wonderful Aunt anyone could hope for. I was so happy to share my children and grandchildren with her They loved her so very much. I’ll miss the phone calls and visits and all the meals we had together. Warm and caring and with a heart of gold, that was my Aunt Evelyn. She always had time for me. I can only imagine how bright heaven looked to her and how clear and beautiful the songs of the angels must sound to her now. How I loved her. She was beyond precious and there are no words………………….

  2. Adam Safranek says:

    My great-aunt, Aunt Evelyn, was just like another grandmother to me and I will miss her beautiful smile and loving spirit, but I am happy that she has a whole body again and she is with my Uncle Ralph and my grandfather and her other wonderful brothers and sisters whom she loved so much on Earth. She had such a giving heart and loved unconditionally. The world would be such a better place if more women like her lived here. The last words she ever spoke to me were “I love you, but you already know that” It’s so hard, but I take comfort knowing I’ll see her again in heaven as she was already an angel on Earth. She was truly loved and will be missed by so many of us.

  3. Bob Taylor says:

    I remember Evelyn as a dedicated nursing assistant on Long Term Care at SMH when I arrived here 30 years ago. She was a pleasure to work with as she loved her patients as family. My sympathy to her family. She was special.

  4. You are blessed to have a wonderful person as Ms. Evelyn. I worked with her for many years. She was one of the best aides I have ever known. Always a smile no matter the situation. I’m so thankful she came into my life and was one of the best mentors I ever had. God Bless Judy Helsley Robinson