Jeanette Mary Weaver

August 20, 2022
Jeanette Mary Weaver

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Jeanette Mary Weaver, 63, of Williamsburg, passed away on August 20, 2022.

Jeanette received a degree in music from Longwood University. She continued her music education at Catholic University. During her career, Jeanette worked for various music and performing arts organizations. Including the Washington Men’s Camerata, the Washington Bach Consort, and the Ferguson Center for the Arts. 

In life, Jeanette enjoyed singing in the church choir, baking for others, shopping, time spent in the sun, and relaxing with her husband and pups. We will always remember her as a woman who strived for perfection in all aspects of her life.

Jeanette is preceded in death by her husband, James Weaver; parents, Robert S. and Florence Van Winkle; and brother, Robert F. Van Winkle. She is survived by her sisters, Alyssa Perkins (Randy) and Lorraine Sonnek (Brian), as well as one niece and five nephews.

A service will be held on Monday, August 29, 2022 at 11:00 AM at Williamsburg Presbyterian Church, 215 Richmond Road. Reception to follow in the church’s Stevenson Hall.

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  • August 28, 2022
    Louise Skidmore says:
    My dear Jeanette, I've known you and Jim these past 20 years. Being your Deacon, I felt deeply the loss of Jim. And now you have gone to be with him. I prayed for you all the time and I will miss you very much. Rest In Peace deart friend.

  • August 27, 2022
    Marsha Allen says:
    I was deeply saddened to hear of Jeanette's passing. I worked with her years ago at IBM when she was just a girl. So bright and full of promise. Thirty years later our paths crossed again when she moved to Williamsburg. Her light was still as bright. She was a wonderful human being. Gone too soon, rest in peace, Jeanette.

  • August 24, 2022
    Beth Finley Ledder says:
    My friend, I will miss you so deeply. I have no words for how much I valued our friendship but rest assured you made an indelible impact on my life. I love you and I’m grateful you are reunited with your loved ones on the other side. Rest peacefully, sweet Jeanette