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Bobby Weaver

Bobby Dale Weaver

Saturday, September 29th, 1956 - Tuesday, January 19th, 2021
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Obituary

Bobby Dale Weaver, 64, of Shirley, Arkansas died unexpectedly at UAMS in Little Rock on Tuesday, January 19, 2021. He was born at Elgin, Illinois on September 29, 1956 to Fay Weaver and the late Joe Weaver. He was married to Alice Burkert Weaver for forty-three years. He lived most of his life at Shirley. Bobby Dale had a short stint in the Army and construction jobs in several states. He was a jack-of-all trades and had made many unique things over the years. He had a truck repair business in Tennessee, before moving back to Shirley and working as the county mechanic. His biggest passion was the family farm acquired after retirement, and of course spending time with family and friends. He helped so many people and he will be a big loss for us all.

Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Alice, two sons; Dameon Weaver (Angie), Nathan Weaver (Candace), four grandsons; Hunter Weaver, Colton Brown, Brayden Weaver, Wyatt Weaver, all of Shirley, mother, Fay Weaver of Clinton, sister, Brenda Hotz of Missouri, brother Larry Weaver (Sonia) of Texas, sister-in-law, Nancy Ward, ex brother-in-law, Ricky Ward both of Tennessee, numerous nieces, nephews, step-grandchildren, step-great-grandchildren, his many friends he grew up with, other family members, community members, and business associates.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Jim and Ida Weaver and Claude and Martha Salmon, his father, Joe Weaver, brothers-in-law; Tom Terry, John Hotz, daughter, Misty Brown, and nephew Joe Terry.

A memorial service will be held later.

We want to extend our deepest appreciation to the first responders, medical team, survival flight, and police officers who assisted in our recent tragedy. We are thankful for the teamwork and professionalism shown. Thank you to Dr. Abiseid of Clinton, who was Bobby’s personal physician through the years. We are especially grateful and thankful to the entire medical team and chaplains of the ICU unit at UAMS Hospital in Little Rock. Their exceptional & compassionate care has been a source of comfort to our family. We would also like to thank Crystal Bigelow at Clinton Funeral Service for her caring helpfulness as well as her patience with the difficult decisions that had to be made.

We pray the others involved will be given peace as they face each day. Although we have many unanswered questions we must rely on our faith and trust that God will guide us through this most difficult time and bring us all back to brighter and better days.

We truly appreciate the staff at Ozark Health who are providing care for our loved one there and comforting her in our unfortunate event. All of you are truly angels with the more demanding job during this pandemic. You all go over and beyond when something unforeseen occurs. For that we are ever grateful.

Last, we wish to convey thankfulness to our friends, neighbors, family, and others who have provided comfort, food, flowers, and many prayers in our time of need. Special recognition to Morris and Terri at Reaves Food Store for their thoughtfulness in memorializing our loved one.
God bless each one of you, all of you have helped to lessen our loss.
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Tina Maynard

Posted at 08:36am
I remember Bobby Dale from when I lived on Banner. He would drive up and down the road looking for wildlife. He would stop by for a chat if he saw me in the yard. He was never a stranger no matter where you seen him. He was a great man and has 2 of the most wonderful sons whom I love dearly. I only had the pleasure of meeting his wife once or twice. She is sure blessed with a great family.
May God bless you all and comfort each of you in a way no one else could. My heart aches for you all.
Take one day at a time..

Sammie Schindler

Posted at 02:25pm
Bobby Dale was so kind and helpful to my Mother, Mavis Talbert. She could always count on him to come help her do something in her yard at Mavis' Hair and Nail. She considered him a friend and we are honored to have known him. He always had a smile when I saw him. My Mom in is the IRV now and hasn't seen him in a long time. She was truly devastated to hear this news.
Condolences to the family.
Sammie Schindler
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