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Richard Leroy Weaver, 96, passed away peacefully in his residence at Bishop Gadsden in Charleston, South Carolina on September 28, 2022 with family by his side.Mr. Weaver, was born in McSherrystown, Pennsylvania. He served in the United States Navy and graduated with a degree in electrical engineering from Villanova University. Later he attended Stanford executive program. He was most proud of his long and stellar career with the Hewlett Packard Company, and had personal relationships with Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard. His HP colleagues became family.Mr. Weaver resided in Gulph Mills, Pennsylvania, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, McLean, Virginia, followed by Charleston South Carolina. Summers were spent in Ocean City, NJ enjoying boating , beach time with family, weekly tennis matches with his buddies and his favorite nightly sunset ritual on the dock, cocktail in hand.Mr. Weaver had enormous love for his family and his Catholic faith. He had a passion for travel with his wife Veronica which took them around the world. He enjoyed wine, good Italian food, oysters, musical theater and in the last season of his life, just sitting outside in the courtyard reminiscing.... He loved Fall.Mr Weaver was predeceased by his parents, Claude Weaver and Mary Small, his devoted wife Veronica V Weaver, his loving brother Leon Weaver and sister, Grace Overbaugh who held a special place in his heart.He is survived by his five children Beth A. Maslowsky ( Bob), Richard A. Weaver (Joao), Nancy A. Weaver, John M Weaver ( former spouse, Karen) and Mary P. Canton (Bruce), Seven grandchildren Brian (Kat ), Brittany ( Mark), Celie (Tucker), Colby, Courtney, Delaney and Joshua and two great grand children Peyton and Sophie and many nieces and nephews, relatives and friends.His infectious smile, kind heart, and generosity will be missed by all.......Arrangements have been entrusted to Palmetto Cremation Society, North Charleston,SC.
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