Chad Eric Weaver, resident of Owasso, passed from this life on Thursday, July 14, 2016 at the age of 38 years. He was born on July 26, 1977 at Pryor, Oklahoma to Randy L. and Connie S. (Bates) Weaver. Chad was raised and received his education in Owasso, graduating from Owasso high school. He continued his education, receiving his bachelor’s degree at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. Chad currently worked as a logistics specialist for hazmat materials. While in college and even after, Chad was involved helping in Special Olympics and also enjoyed being a DJ, having a vast library of records and tapes of different music.
Chad is survived by his father – Randy Weaver and wife Donna of Locust Grove, OK; his mother Connie Stacy and husband Jerry of Owasso; his daughter Jozie Weaver of Edmond, OK; a brother Heath Weaver and wife Julie of Logan, Utah and a half-sister Ashley Weaver of Locust Grove. Also surviving are other relatives and many friends.
A memorial service celebrating Chad’s life will be held on Wednesday, July 20, 2016 at 10:30 AM in the Mowery Funeral Service Chapel in Owasso. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions in Chad’s memory be made to his daughter Jozie’s Education Fund at: www.gofundme.com/JozieWeaver. Services and cremation are under care of Mowery Funeral Service of Owasso. www.moweryfs.com
Thoughts and prayers for the family. Chad was very special young man. I will always cherish friendship we shared. He was certainly one of a kind!
— Cindy Jolley, Friday – July 15, 2016
Aka “Michelly Welly chicken belly” as nicknamed by my “Chaddy Waddy cow paddy” my heart is positively broken at the news of Chad passing. He had the most incredible smile and infectious laugh. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and i will see you on the other side brother. God Speed. 💙
— Michelle Moss, Saturday – July 16, 2016
I knew Chad as a little boy, he was always such a charmer. Prayers of peace to his family and friends.
— Christi Stevens, Saturday – July 16, 2016
My heart is just broken for all….sending love, hugs and prayers to you!
— Stacie (Phillips) Hollowoa, Saturday – July 16, 2016
I went to school with Chad from first grade until we graduated. Growing up he was always cracking jokes and friendly. I wish his family my heartfelt sympathy and my condolences.
— Thomas Kennedy, Saturday – July 16, 2016
Connie, Jerry, Heath and Jozie; my heart aches for you. Chad was such a good soul with a big heart.
Chad, you will be greatly missed, my friend. Thank you for always staying in touch and all the laughs.
— Jessica Longshore, Sunday – July 17, 2016
I am in shock, my beloved Chadwick. I love you Chad, God just welcomed one more saint to Glory!
— Shelby Morrow, Sunday – July 17, 2016
So sorry to hear of Chad’s passing, Connie. May he rest in peace. Prayers for the family.
— Patty Simeroth Hills (L.P.L.), Sunday – July 17, 2016
Connie, Heath, Jerry. Our hearts are so broken to hear of Chad’s passing. Our thoughts, love and prayers are with you.
— Judy and Jack Smith, Sunday – July 17, 2016
Connie, Sharlene and I remember Chad as a very sweet 3 year old in our preschool class. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
— Janice Rice, Monday – July 18, 2016
We were speechless when we heard. How small the Little People’s Land crew is getting. Thinking of you and your family.
— Steve and Jacy Chamberlain, Monday – July 18, 2016
Prayers to your family. RIP Chad
— Gary Harris, Tuesday – July 19, 2016
I went to school with Chad from 6th-12th grade. I think we had one class together in 6th grade. I didn’t really know him all that well, but what i did know of him was that he was a stand up guy. My condolences to the family.
— Ken Kleck, Wednesday – July 20, 2016
Message I have only known Chad since 2012 here at work. Always with a baseball cap on and a smile the same size. We here at LTCS like to bring in homemade salsas and chips to enjoy or too punish each other with, depending on your particular taste for hot and spicy or pain thresh hold. Well Chad comes bouncing in the office too deliver some orders and there was a fresh concoction of hot salsa and a bag of chips. Now this takes place in the morning when most mortals are eating bacon and eggs not scorpion peppers and chips. Most of us had partaken of this bowl of punishment and I had two experiences at the same time. It was my first and last time I was going to try any more of that ! Chad on the other hand got a dollop on a chip and love the taste but shook his head left to right and stamped his foot unable too speak for a time . This went on for most of the day . He would pop in and get more and then shake his head and stomp his foot. I asked him why? He said it tasted so good ,the flavo
— Rick Bergerson, Wednesday – July 20, 2016
the taste ,the spice. I will always think of Chad when I eat salsa . Chad is a spicy ingredient in our lives that we will all miss and hurt for.
— Rick Bergerson, Wednesday – July 20, 2016
— Libby Enlow Weigant, Wednesday – July 20, 2016
As Chad’s mother, I want to thank All who took the time to share your thoughts on this page. If you donated to his daughter Jozie’s college fund and do not receive a thank you card or reply, I apologize, I do not have addresses for all, and am not on Facebook. The responses in his honor has been astounding, but then, I think of his smile and personality and understand.
— Connie Stacy, Tuesday – July 26, 2016
Mowery Funeral Service Chapel
9110 N. Garnett Road
Owasso, OK 74055
Wednesday – July 20, 2016
Family requests in lieu of flowers that contributions to his daughter’s education fund be made to: