LeRoy Weaver
LeRoy Weaver, 58, of Middlebury, died on Monday, February 24 of
natural causes, while on the way home from work. He was born on
January 28, 1956 in LaGrange Co. to Lydia G. Weaver. On
December 16, 1995 he married Amber Markley in Middlebury, she
survives.  Survivors in addition to his wife are son - Jeremy
Weaver and daughter - Rosanne M. Weaver of Middlebury;
step-daughter - Charity Kuhn of Middlebury; 2 step-sons - Jason
(Erica) Kuhn of Nappanee and Travis (Twyla) Johnson of
Middlebury; four grandchildren, six step-grandchildren and a
half-sister.  He was preceded in death by his mother, Lydia G.
Graber and step-father Marlin Graber. He had worked at Troyer
Foods, Jayco, Indian Prairie, Middlebury Produce and was
currently employed at Superior Diesel, New Paris. He was a
member of Pathway Assembly of God. He built and repaired the
motor coaches for Gospel Echoes Ministry. He was an avid race
car fan and enjoyed helping his children with their sporting events.
Visitation will be from 2:00-4:00 pm and 6:00-8:00 pm on Friday,
February 28 at Pathway Assembly of God, Middlebury. Funeral
services will be at 11:00 am on Saturday, March 1, also at the
church.  Services will be conducted by Pastors Scott Miller and
Jason Brooks. Memorials may be made out to Miller-Stewart
Funeral Home to assist the family with funeral expenses.
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                                 Online Condolences

May God bring you all peace and comfort as you go through this
hard time! He was always nice to me when I was little! May his
memories live on!! Heavens gained another angel! RIP LEROY
From: Jessica Beachy
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Dear Amber,
We are so very sorry for your loss. LeRoy was such a kind man.
We are thankful for knowing that he is now with Jesus. You and
your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Love, Mike and Angela Studebaker
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Dear Amber, We are so very sorry for your loss. LeRoy was such a
kind man. We are thankful for knowing that he is now with Jesus.
You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Love, Mike and Angela Studebaker
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Amber and Travis So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and
prayers are with you and your family
From:  Dawn and Brian Butler
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With love to you Amber and your family, my condolences, and my
prayers for strength and understanding. I remember our first
encounter, the dinner for the jail ministries, you have always had a
special place in my heart since. May God bless you always,
keeping you safe, until you reunite with Leroy at the side of The
Lord.
From:  Paul Williams
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