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Duane Richard

WEAVER, Duane R.
Called home to the Lord on Saturday, July 24, 2010, age 74 years.
Beloved husband of Kathryn nee Lawrenz. Dear father of David and Joel Jocee Weaver. Brother of the late Beverly the late Jay Watts, Milton Janet, the late Doreen the late Max Mueller, Judy Darrell Woods and Marnie Weaver. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives, and many friends.
Funeral Services Wednesday, 1:30 PM at GRACE EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH, 1209 N. Broadway Broadway & Juneau. Interment to follow at Wisconsin Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation will be held Tuesday at the Funeral Home from 4 until 8 PM, and Wednesday at the church from 12:30 until the time of service.
If desired, memorials to the Institute for Creation Research, Grace Lutheran Church, or to Wisconsin Lutheran High School greatly appreciated.

Altstadt – Tyborski
Johnson – Reiss – Klemmer
4800 S. 84th St. 414-281-5533
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Marie Farley

To the Weaver family,
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I worked with Duane many years ago at NPH. He was a wonderful man with a gentle spirit and a heart for Christ. I always remember his eyes…they had a smile of their own!! Please know my thoughts and prayers will be with all of you as you learn to live your lives without his presence. It will be a difficult journey, for sure, but may you keep your eyes heavenward where you will spend eternity with him and our Savior, Jesus Christ!

Cheryl Herriges

I was blessed to work with Duane for 10 years at NPH. I just learned, today that Duane is now with his Savior. Duane was such a wonderful Christian man. I remember most that he would take his bible to the break room with him and read over his lunch and break. I loved talking scripture with Duane because his love for his Savior just radiated from him.

May the Lord be with you and bring you strength.

Linda Bernal

Kathy, David, and Joel,
My thoughts and prayers are with you all. His passing has had a great affect on us all, but of course mostly you, his immediate family. May God keep close to all of you these next months to help you along your way.
Love to you all,
Linda, Jose and Diana Bernal

Melissa Zabel

Our heartfelt prayers and thoughts are with you. I am sorry I cannot attend the funeral, but please know that my prayers will be with you all. Love and hugs — Melissa Z.

Linda, Dennis, Audrey and Scott Levengood

What a blessing and a privilege it has been to know Duane. He always had a kind word for everyone. May God’s grace bring you comfort as you think of Duane with health returned and with our Lord. We all look forward one day to the great reunion. God’s peace be with you.

Bob & Julie Anderson

Hi Joel,
We are so sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. Our thought and prayers are with you and your family.

Kurt and Inge Adams

Kathy, David and Joel,

Please know that our prayers are with you during this time. It was a privilege to work with Duane for many years at NPH. We had so many good conversations and fun times. Even after he retired I always looked forward to seeing him during one of his visits back to NPH. I appreciated the sincere interest that he took in my family as the kids grew up. Likewise, he was clearly very proud of his own family at all times. In his always humble way, Duane was such a good Christian example to others. While we know that Duane is with his Lord in the best place possible, we will miss him very much here on earth. God’s blessings to you all.

Julie and Chris Halberstadt

Joel—so sorry about the loss of your dad. We were neighbors of Tracy Archuleta and he told us the sad news. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time– Julie and Chris

Robert and Karen Adrian

Kathy and family, Please accept our sincerest sympathies. I worked with Duane for many years at NPH. He was a most soft spoken and Christian gentleman. His love for his Lord was always self-evident in his speech and deportment. May our dear Lord Jesus, with Whom he now at last can see face to face, comfort you in your temporary separation. “Yeah, though I walk through the Valley of Death, Thou art with me!”

Steve Kratochvil

Joel, I wish I had the words to salve the sadness. Just know your dad is now much better off than we are, and we will all be fortunate to join him one day.

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