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Edna M. "Nan" Weaver
Weaver, Edna M. “Nan”, 90, of Johnstown, died September 17, 2022. Nan was married to her husband Dwight for 68 years, who remains at home. She is preceded in death by her parents, Karl and Anna Ludwig and several siblings, and her daughter Renee Weaver Johansen (2009). She is survived by her daughters Michele Good (William) of West Virginia and Lisa Weaver (Mary Kay) of Bellefonte, as well as her grandchildren Celeste Woolum (Brandon) of Tennessee, Nicole Riggs (David) of West Virginia, Michael Good (Adalia) of West Virginia, Ethan River Johansen and Sophia Rose Johansen both of Pennsylvania. Nan is also survived by two sisters, Teri Fleck and Carrie Smith and many nieces and nephews. After graduation valedictorian from Armagh High School, Nan worked at Sani-Dairy before having children. When she returned to work once the girls were in school, she spent a number of years at PMA Insurance and then Evergreen Insurance. Even after retirement, she worked part-time at Cenwest Bank and then Boscov’s before finally quitting work. Nan was a lifelong member of Zion Lutheran Church in Johnstown where she sang in the choir, was member of Altar Guild and managed the Cradle Roll. She was a busy woman, who loved spending time with her family and friends. In their younger years, she and Dwight traveled quite extensively both internationally and within the states. Nan also enjoyed going to the beach, and had recently fulfilled a dream of going to Hawaii in 2020. She had been traveling to the Delmarva beaches with family over the past few years. While in town, she was busy having her lunches with long-time friends she had worked with at Sani-Dairy (the Dairy Queens as we named them) and quilting with the Knotty Ladies of Zion Lutheran every Friday. Nan truly enjoyed her active life and was always on the go. Friends received from 1pm to time of Funeral Service at 2pm Saturday at Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Michael Van Dyke, Pastor. Inurnment at Richland Cemetery Mausoleum. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to any of Nan’s favorite charities: Shriner’s Hospital, Habitat for Humanity and St. Jude’s Hospital. (Online condolences may be posted to www.wharrisfuneralhome.com)
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Lisa Sep 23 2022 10:08 AM
We are so saddened by the sudden passing of Nan. I wish we had known her longer and truly enjoyed our visits with Nan and Dwight when they came to Pleasant Gap. Thinking of you at this time.
Kay and Dave Semler Sep 20 2022 9:02 PM
Sending hugs and prayers to the family Nan was a very competitive card player and love to play games he will be missed dearly
Marce Pancio Sep 20 2022 8:14 PM
I want to say how sorry I am for your tremendous loss.When I experienced the loss of my Mom reading the notes left for us were very comforting. You know what she meant to you, but reading the words of others,and realizing how much she meant to them, only confirms what you already know, she was very special. Nan was someone I called my friend. I figure I saw her for an hour or more every 4 weeks for at least the last 26 years. We had so many great conversations. We shared, debated and laughed a lot! She and your Dad are loved by all of us at Cliptations. I can't tell you how much I'm going to miss her.
Angela Wingard Sep 20 2022 2:35 PM