Deborah Sue Weaver was born in Marietta, Ohio on October 19th 1951, the daughter of the late Dale Moore and Ruth Hewitt. In 1964 the family moved to Southern California where she grew up and later raised her 2 daughters. She worked in the service industry including managing the shoe department and security for Macy's.
In her retirement years she lived all around the United States, including Illinois, Tennessee, and finally in Washington.
She contributed to and made her mark in each of these communities.
In Rockford, Illinois she became the president of the Coronado/Haskell Neighborhood Association and the Neighborhood Watch where she implemented the "Sweep To Keep It" marches to clean up the neighborhood of crime. (https://www.rrstar.com/article/20071025/NEWS/310259861) She also did much volunteer work with the American Legion and elderly care homes. She also married her long time partner John T. Weaver in Rockford who preceded her in death.
In Tennessee Ridge, Tennessee she continued her volunteer work with the American Legion and elderly care homes and trained her dogs to comfort the residents there.
Once she reached Sequim, Washington, Deborah began volunteering with the City of Sequim Police Department and was honored for all of her efforts with the 2018 Westcott Award and the 2019 President's Volunteer Service Award.
She was very passionate about Veteran's Affairs and looked after many Vietnam Vets to help get them the care and benefits they needed and deserved.
An avid dog lover, she owned and rescued quite a few dogs in her later years. She was partial to Dachshunds.
Deborah is survived by her 2 daughters Crystal Bailey (husband Michael), and Carolyn Heinkel, and stepdaughter Regina Blatt.
She is also survived by her brothers Garry, Timothy, and Jeffrey Moore and sisters Sandra Tibbs, Pamala Metz, and Phylis Van Cleave. Also many nieces and nephews whom she loved dearly.
She was predeceased by her husband, John T. Weaver, her parents, brothers Kenneth Moore and Raymond Moore, and her stepdaughter, Nicole Planondon.
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