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Timothy Weaver

Timothy Michael Weaver

The Dalles, Ore.

January 16, 1977 - March 23, 2015

Timothy Michael Weaver, 38 a resident of The Dalles, Ore., passed away at his home on March 23, 2015.
He was born in The Dalles, on January 16, 1977. He was the second child to Rhonda (Hulen) and the late Brad Monical, and later adopted by the late LaFay Weaver Jr. after Rhonda remarried. Tim grew up in The Dalles and attended The Dalles High school.
Tim moved to the Portland area where he met and married Julie Coates on Aug 8, 2000. They have two children Isaac LaFay and Amelia Grace. They divorced in 2014. At the time of Tim’s death he worked for Flagging Unlimited LLC., as a flagger and enjoyed the people he met on the job sites. Tim enjoyed camping, but didn’t get to it very often. His biggest joy in life were his children, his face lit up when talking about them. Spending time with his kids was his pastime, and also playing with his niece and nephew. Tim had a lifelong, 27 year friendship with Jay Wilson. They were inseparable growing up. Jay and Tim were more like brothers than friends. Tim enjoyed spending time with Jay and his family.
Tim is survived by his children Isaac and Amelia Weaver of Portland; his mother Rhonda Amadeo, his sisters Bobbie (Weaver) and her husband Jeremiah Hutchinson and April Weaver, all of The Dalles. He is also survived by brother Jay Wilson and his children of The Dalles; his niece KimberLee France and nephew Daniel France of The Dalles; aunts Zoe Middleton and Ramona Oleson, The Dalles; Patty Harmon, Walla Walla, Wa; Nancy Willis, Kilgore, Tx; Lea Ann Campbell Canby, Or; Tammy Earls, Henrietta, Tx; and uncles Bill Monical of Canby, Or, and Doug Goodman of Portland, Or; and many cousins. He is preceded in death by his grandparents Dick and Ione Hulen, and Joann Monical along with both fathers, LaFay Weaver Jr, and Brad Monical.
Services will be held on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 2:00 PM at Spencer, Libby and Powell Funeral Home.

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