Obituary of Eva Weaver (1940 – 2021) – Richland, WA
Eva Annette Weaver (Annette)
September 20, 1940 – August 16, 2021
Richland, Washington – Eva Annette Weaver (Annette) passed away on August 16, 2021 and was lovingly greeted into eternity by her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Annette was born September 20, 1940 to Fred Varnes and Nella Delphine Fell in Birmingham, Alabama. Three children were born from this union, Annette being the middle child of two other siblings. The older brother, Robert Varnes, lives in Victoria, Texas. Annette’s younger sister, Lynda Cantrell, lives in Richland, Washington. Annette has a half-brother, Steve Varnes, who lives in Alabama.
Annette was married to Bill Waldren in New Orleans. From this marriage was born a child, a son, William Scott Waldron, who carried out the death of Annette.
She was then married a second time to Jack Weaver, also from New Orleans. From this marriage was born a child, a daughter, Nancy Katharine Mahar (Luis).
Annette had four grandchildren, Christian Van Horne, married to Kirsha; Mariah Hardy, married to Daniel; Kimberly Van Horne, engaged to Mason Hageman; and Lexi Olney, married to Jamie.
Annette recently became the proud great-grandmother of Lily Annette Van Horne (Christian and Kirsha) and was delighted to meet her before her passing. His grandchildren were the light of his life.
Annette’s childhood, adolescence, and early adulthood took place in Alabama and Louisiana. She moved to the Tri-Cities in 1981 where she worked as a painter and construction worker. A few years later, encouraged by several friends, Annette entered the business of real estate sales. She was an agent at Progressive Sales Real Estate for over 30 years. She was regularly awarded the title of Best Saleswoman of the Year and passed her licensing exam to become a management broker.
Annette will be remembered by all who have encountered her charming and caring personality. She had a keen sense of humor, always ready to tell a joke or sing a funny song. She learned to play the piano herself and was extremely good. His love of music extended to singing. She regularly shared her beautiful voice by singing praise songs in church or having fun singing karaoke with her family and friends.
Highlights of Annette’s trips include a vacation to Hawaii with her grandchildren and a trip to Israel with her religious group.
Annette had a huge and open heart. She constantly put her life aside to serve others, especially the elderly. This servant lifestyle began when she was young and continued throughout her life. Her faith was at the center of her life and her community. His memorial service will be held at Temple Baptist Church in Richland, WA on Thursday, September 2, 2021 at 3:30 p.m.
Published by Tri-City Herald on September 1, 2021.