Shuler Funeral Home
posted on 5/27/21
You and Carl meant the world to me, so much, I considered the two of you as parents. I’m so glad your last days with Carl were filled with joy and love. Not many get that blessing before the love of their life passes on and I’m so glad I got to see Carl in his last days as happy as he always was. I miss his upbeat spirit and always positive attitude! I miss you terribly as well and I’m sad I don’t get to see you anymore. I hope I’ll see you out one day so I can give you a hug because no matter how bad things were, a hug from you could always make everything right in the world, even if it is only for that moment. Those are moments I cherish within my heart
posted on 10/5/20
Sending our love and condolences to my aunt, Margee Weaver and her sons, Matthew and Michael and their families. I always remember Uncle Carl being in the middle of the action, especially the fun and games, at our many backyard gatherings at Nana Weaver and Grandpa’s home in New Holland.
Uncle Carl was a great cook, and together with Aunt Margee and his mother, made the food served at The Barn in Vermont as much an attraction as the skiing! I loved our ski vacations there. Our deepest sympathy to Aunt Margee and her family in their time of loss. With love, Susan and Larry Karper
posted on 10/1/20
Margee, our condolences to you and your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Rene and Tim Phinney
posted on 9/27/20
With much sadness I send my condolences to Margee and the boys. Carl was my boss for 30 years. He was one of the kindest men I will ever know. I will miss him but am profoundly glad that he was in my life for all those years. Rest in peace my dear friend. With love and respect, Darcy and Pete
Rick & Beth Poole
posted on 9/27/20
We were so sad to hear of Carl’s passing. Fond memories of growing up together at 107/109 East Broad Street, Carl was one of my first friends as we were born nine months apart. And many great times at The Barn skiing in Vermont in the 80’s. Our condolences to Margee and family in this time of loss.
posted on 9/26/20
In loving memory of my cousin, Carl Weaver. Although we didn't see each other very much, I remember seeing you whenever we traveled to Lancaster County to visit grandparents, aunts and uncles and cousins. Being an only child to my parents, Lloyd and Noris Ammon, my cousins were the closest things I had to siblings. My condolences to Margee and your sons at this time of grief. Sincerely, Kathy Ammon Gabriel
posted on 9/26/20
Sending condolences to my Aunt Margee Weaver, and cousins Matthew and Michael Weaver. I have many fond memories of Uncle Carl. When I was young he always made me laugh so much. He could be quite mischievous sometimes! I remember spending a summer in Vermont with him and his family, staying there in the winter too for skiing vacations, and of course I remember body surfing and playing games on the beach with him at the Jersey Shore. And nobody could carve a Thanksgiving turkey like Uncle Carl! Great memories that I will always cherish. May he rest in peace. Love, Scott Weaver
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