Ann Everitt Weaver, age 94, of Bel Air, Maryland, passed away peacefully on December 21, 2023, at her home in Bel Air, surrounded by the love of her family. She was born in Fallston, Maryland, the cherished daughter of the late Emmett and Annabel Everitt. Ann was the devoted wife of the late Edwin Weaver, with whom she shared 69 years of marriage.
A woman of faith, Ann was a long-time member of St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Emmorton, Maryland. She played an integral role in establishing the Sunday school, where her warmth and dedication endeared her to the hearts of many children. Ann's love for the church and its community was evident in the compassion and kindness she extended to all.
Ann was a graduate of the Union Memorial nursing school and spent her early career as a public health nurse. Many school children from that era may not remember her by name but will surely remember anxiously waiting in line for the vaccination needles she so expertly administered. For many years, Ann was a volunteer at the Bel Air High School library, helping students with their research projects, shelving books, or whatever else was needed.
Ann found her greatest joy in her role as a mother and was exceptionally proud of her four boys. She rarely missed a band concert, parade, or sports event. Her love and guidance have left an indelible mark on each of their lives, creating a legacy of strength, kindness, and family devotion.
She is survived by her four sons: Tim (Marilyn), Carl (Margaret), Glenn (Pat), and Neil (Alex). She was a loving grandmother to five, and a great grandmother to two.
The family kindly requests that donations be made to St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, a place that held a special significance in Ann's heart. Your contributions will help continue the meaningful work of the church and honor Ann's memory.
Ann Weaver will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. Rest eternal grant unto her, O Lord, and let light perpetual shine upon her. May the soul of our faithful departed through the mercies of God rest in peace.