Moultrie Observer


November 13, 2012

Naomi Herring Weaver

MOULTRIE — Naomi Angeline Herring Weaver, 63, of Moultrie, died Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012, at Colquitt Regional Medical Center.

Funeral services will be 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 17, at Greater Newton Grove Baptist Church, where the Rev. Cornelius L. Ponder III will officiate, assisted by the Rev. A.C. Murphy, the Rev. Freddie Turner and the Rev. Rufus Jolly. Burial will follow in the Reedy Creek Cemetery in Pavo, with the repast to conclude at Greater Newton Grove Fellowship Hall. Kenneth Weaver, Nick West, Fritz Ellis and Freddie Johnson will serve as pallbearers.

She was born on Sept. 13, 1949, in Moultrie, to the late Leo Herring Sr. and the late Mildred Louise Givens Herring. She was employed with Wells Aluminum for over 30 years, and later worked with National Beef for eight years. She was a member of Union Grove Church Of God In Christ, where she was a choir member. In her spare time, she enjoyed her family and friends, flowers, football, talking and praying, her family said of her.

She was preceded in death by her parents; three sons, Lasabre Weaver, LaFabian Weaver and Antonio Weaver; one sister, Melvina Herring; and one brother Enorris Herring Sr.

Survivors include her husband, Eddie James Weaver; two step-sons, Kenneth Weaver and Renaee Johnson of Moultrie and Keith Weaver  and wife Fawnta of Hampton, Va.; one daughter, Tonya Weaver of Hampton, Va.; three brothers, Leo Herring Jr. and wife Pearl of Ellenton, Jimmy Herring of Rockford, Ill., and Tony Herring of Moultrie; three sisters, Mildred Herring Collier of Rockford, Ill., Patti Thornton and husband Calvin and Audrey Herring, both of Moultrie; grandchildren, Za’Cory Weaver, QuinTavius Roberson, Ke’Wan Weaver, Keldrick Weaver and Ny’Garriah Waldon; three grandchildren; special cousins, Mary Reece Moody; special nephews, Enorris Herring Jr. and Dexter Herring; special friends, Geneva Grier, Patricia Stafford and Jimmy Williams; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Final arrangements have been entrusted to Luke Strong And Son Mortuary, Ltd.

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