Georgina May Weaver

Georgina May Weaver

Georgina May Weaver

Georgina May Weaver

May 30, 1940-Dec. 18, 2019

Homer resident Georgina May Weaver, 79, passed away from natural causes on Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2019 at South Peninsula Hospital.

A celebration of her life will be 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 28, 2019 at the Best Western Bidarka Inn Glacier View Room.

Georgina was born May 30, 1940 ,in Dayton, Nevada. She moved to Alaska in Nov. 1963 and lived in Anchorage. She moved to Homer in 1966. She had worked at the Parfait Shoppe and Pudgy’s Grocery Store.

She enjoyed gardening and knitting.

Her family writes, “Georgina was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Always giving everything to the grandchildren whom she adored. She grew to love many other children while working the register at Pudgy’s Grocery Store. She also loved putting puzzles together, gardening and riding her lawn tractor. Her grandchildren loved riding on their grandmother’s lap while she drove the tractor around mowing her lawn. Georgina called Alaska her home for the past 56 years.”

She was preceded in death by her husband, James Weaver and grandson, Joseph Wythe.

Georgina is survived by her daughters and son-in-law, Marilyn and Chris Wythe of Homer and Donna Weaver of Ruskin, Fla.; son and daughter-in-law, Jimmy and Sue Weaver of Homer; grandsons, Daryl Wythe of Lacy, Washington, Ryan Underwood of Eugene, Ore., Chad Underwood of Arlington, Texas, Jared Weaver of Boise, Idaho, and Brandon Weaver of Denver, Colo.; granddaughter, Danielle Wythe of Homer, Deanna Weaver of Phoenix, Ariz.; brother, Joseph “Cookie” Panelli of Reno, Nev.; sister, Julie “Gigi” Rion of New York and Vivian Oltman of California; and several nieces and nephews.

Arrangements were by Peninsula Memorial Chapel in Kenai.

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