Suzanne Weaver

Suzanne Weaver

Apr 26, 1958

Aug 5, 2022

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Suzanne Weaver, 64, of Louisville transitioned on August 5, 2022 at Baptist Health.

Visitation Saturday, August 13, 2022 from 2-4pm. Funeral follows at 4pm.


Suzanne “Susie” Weaver was born on April 26, 1958, to the union of Theodore Weaver, Sr., and Margaret Simpson Weaver.

At any early age, Susie accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior and received baptism at Forest Baptist Church. She will be remembered as a person with a warm spirit and huge heart who would do anything for anyone. She was a person of true servanthood as evidenced by the way she lived her life each day and her tireless contributions to the church.

Susie was a faithful believer and active churchgoer, who used her talents of loving others to serve Christ and further build his kingdom.

She was a beloved member of Southeast Christian Church for the last 20 years of her life. Her bright smile and warm laugh were contagious and immediately made a positive impression on every newcomer as they entered the sanctuary to worship. Although Susie loved everyone and never met a stranger, she had a special love and devotion to children. Throughout her life and time after time, Susie allowed the Lord to use her patient and kind heart to love and care for little children whether it be at work during the week, after school as she was a surrogate parent for many within the family, and nursery school worker at the church.

Susie will be remembered as a great cook. Her most requested dish by the family was her delicious mushroom gravy smothered pork chops. Whenever there was a University of Louisville football or basketball game you knew she’d be somewhere supporting the Cardinals and showing team spirit by wearing one of her many U of L t-shirts.

Susie was preceded in death by her parents Theodore (Sr.) and Margaret Weaver. She leaves to cherish special memories of her loving daughter Sasha, adorable grandsons Ryan, Jr., and River (who affectionately referred to her as Nanu). Stepmother Emogene Weaver, her sister Diane Weaver, and her brother Ted Weaver (Marilyn) will have special memories. She also leaves cherishing special memories brothers Ted (Chequita) Carter, sisters-Sharon (Loua) Lilio, Naomi (Ralph) Green, and Lisa Miller. She also leaves Laura Ruzanka, Clara Calbert, Brent Gilliland all very special friends and close to her heart, and her bonus son Jason Weaver, Jr. She leaves a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and countless friends to remember her boldness and great spirit of fun and laughter.