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Steven Ray Weaver

January 7, 1963 — November 30, 2023

Steven Ray Weaver was born in Purcell on January 7th, 1963, and departed from this life on November 30th, 2023 in Oklahoma City.

He is preceded in death by his father Raymond Glenn Weaver and mother-in-law Claudette Parker.

Steve is survived by his mother Rozena Maxine Weaver, brother Timothy Charles Weaver and wife Gina, son Colt Ray Weaver, wife Beth Weaver, Aaron, Jacob, Miles and Cherish Crocker, and Bob Parker, grandchildren Emeri, Marshall and Aero Crocker, nieces Randi Hutchens, Camila Rose Biswell and husband Jonathan. Steve is survived also by a host of family, friends, and many students whom he loved.

Steve was doing a man’s work by age 12 and by 14 he was running a hay hauling business. By 18 he built his parents a new home. Steve had perfect attendance at school both as a student and as a teacher until his last year working, where we think he missed one day. After high school, he attended NEO A&M and then graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Arkansas. He then taught 2 years of Agricultural Education at Fayetteville High School. Following the loss of his father, Steve taught for 3 years at NEO before coming back to Westville and finishing out his teaching career in his hometown. Poultry Judging and show hogs were his things. He trained many state winning poultry teams and traveled all over the country judging. One team in particular included Miles, and Steve was especially fond of those memories.

He was in love with old cars, trucks, and anything Ford, especially Model A’s and Mustangs. He was the definition of enthusiast. One time he went from Canada to Mexico in a ‘32 Chrysler hooked up on natural gas.

Steve was a man of many talents, loved lots of things and had many hobbies. He spent a lot of time with his wife in their garden growing all sorts of things, riding horses, going Jeeping, mushroom hunting, and being at the lake. Colt and Steve had an extensive model train collection, and loved to bowl or ice skate together. After retirement, Steve spent most of his time at the lake house. He went to all of his grandkids’ activities and even had the privilege of running Papa’s Preschool for his grands.

Steve devoted much of his life to his school, his community, and his FFA chapter. He loved every minute of it. Steve Weaver was all about others and spent most of his life “Here By The Owl”.

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Service Schedule

Past Services

Steven Weaver's Viewing

Wednesday, December 6, 2023

11:00am - 6:00 pm (Central time)

Roberts & Hart Funeral Home

1428 Williams Ave, Westville, OK 74965

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Steven Weaver's Funeral Service

Friday, December 8, 2023

1:00 - 2:30 pm (Central time)

Westville High School Auditorium

500 Chincapin St, Westville, OK 74965

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Burial

Friday, December 8, 2023

3:00 - 4:00 pm (Central time)

Westville City Cemetery, Westville

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