Born On: February 09, 1968

Passed On: January 25, 2020

Andrew D. Weaver

Andrew Dean Weaver passed away with family by his side on January 25, 2020. A longtime resident of the Lakeside neighborhood, Andrew attended Muskegon High School and was a proud member of the 1986 Big Reds state championship football team.  After school, he made his career at Cannon Muskegon Corporation.  Andrew was an avid fisherman, having taught many friends and relatives the best spots and how to land a keeper.  He loved animals and enjoyed training, walking, and hunting with his dogs.  He was a fan of Detroit sports, in good times and bad, and could reliably be found watching football on Sunday afternoons.  Andrew had a great laugh and was usually found at the center of the fun, and he never let you leave without encouraging you to watch your bobber.   A fixture at the Lakeside Eagles for years, he is still the undisputed champion of the video bowling game.

Andrew leaves behind his wife, Carol Sibley-Weaver; his sisters Sherrie Sova, Kristi Harpe, Tiffanie Smith (James), and Kelley Chandler (Jeff); his best friend and partner in crime Tom Baldwin; many nieces and nephews and grandnieces and grandnephews; and his beloved pets Lily and Hilton. He was preceded in death by parents Dorothy and Larry Weaver, his brother-in-law Craig Harpe, as well as his brother Jack Fielding.

There will a celebration of Andrew’s life from 1:00-4:00 pm on February 15th at the Lakeside Eagles (2355 W. Sherman) and all are welcome to attend.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the local animal shelter or Muskegon Rescue Mission.

 

Shoreline Memorial Services of Muskegon  Ph. 231-722-5050

Celebration of Life Gathering Information


Lakeside Eagles
2355 Sherman Blvd. Norton Shores, Michigan 49441
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Date: Saturday, February 15, 2020
Time: 01:00 PM - 04:00 PM

12 thoughts on “Andrew D. Weaver

  1. Kelley chandler

    Yesterday when I was leaving work I started to call you, that was our thing I’d call and we would talk about nothing big. I miss you💜

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  2. Kathy Bordeaux

    Andy, I’m glad you’re no longer in pain. I will always remember how awesome your grilled steaks at the Eagles were. They were the best!! You will be missed.
    My thoughts are with Carol and family

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  3. Lori Crago

    Andy, you are a true lakesider. Ive known you my whole life. I still tell the story of how we would all jump off the GT boats. I wasn’t real brave….so you threw me over board. I was so mad. I was also never scared to jump again. You will be missed.

    Lori Crago

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  4. Bill Hejka

    My good old friend Andy, I’ve been thinking him for years now. Wish we never got out of touch.
    Love you brother.
    Bill

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  5. Becci Cross Richards

    Andy was a friend from childhood to adulthood. Many great memories, you will be missed. Till we meet again ♡

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  6. Kristi Harpe

    Andy, Saying goodbye to you little brother was one of the hardest things I had to do. You are no longer in pain and you are at peace.
    Have fun telling fishing and hunting stories with dad, Craig , Jack and of course your beloved Mac. I love you with all my heart. You are a great little brother. You put up a great fight. I love you beyond words. Miss you Andy. Your sister, Kristi

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  7. Candace

    Uncle Andy,
    We are so sad you’re gone, but I am forever grateful that you loved my kids the way you did. Miah, Matt, and Analee will have so many wonderful memories with you. We love you. Have fun with my dad, Grandpa Dot, and Uncle Jack. Watch your bobber!!
    Love,
    Candace and Jerry

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  8. Nat

    Uncle Andy,
    I love you. My heart breaks that you are no longer here. I am grateful to have been there with you until the end. You are now at peace and pain free. Watch your bobber. I will always be proud to have been your niece and friend.
    Love,
    Nat

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