Steven Desibe Weaver was born, May 27, 1954 to the late Rena Belle Weaver and Willie Leroy Baker at Oak Ridge Methodist Hospital. He was granted eternal rest, February 10, 2022.
Preceded in death by mother, father, son, Stephen Lamonte Weaver; brothers, Kimmie Dwight Weaver, Paul Douglas Weaver, and Thornel Wolfe.
“All who knew him loved Stevie”
Stevie was a very caring and outgoing man, full of energy and excitement. He enjoyed spending time with family and friends, dancing, swimming, and football. He loved what he did and never quit until it was completed. Stevie also had a love for cowboy boots and people. He was also known as “Drag” and “Taco” by many of his friends. Stevie worked for Sears Truck Tire Company, Firestone Tire, and Powell Auction Company. He was a hard worker.
He received his Christian foundation at an early age at Asbury United Methodist Church in Clinton, Tennessee. He enjoyed talking about the goodness of God and volunteering in numerous ways at Asbury including serving on the Church Parking Lot Committee and as a grounds keeper for many years. You could always count on him to take care of the grounds including mowing the lawn and being responsible for the lawn and striking up a conversation about the goodness of the Lord.
He is survived by sons, Kimmy Leshaun Weaver and Billy Paul Brown; brother, Rev. Dr. Joseph “Joe” (Phyllis) Weaver of Knoxville, TN; grandchildren: Menes Demonte’ Weaver, Katie Ann Brown, William Bradley Brown, Angel Aaliyah Brown, Adrian William Brown, Aaliyah Trinity Elliot, and Kiana Ann Brown; great granddaughter, Tamia Deshae Bailey; nephews: Thornel (Bernard) Wolfe, Mynatt Weaver and Kody Weaver; nieces: Marcella (Niece) Wolfe, Mya Weaver, Amanda Weaver, Kimesha Stewart, Tyra (Joseph) Gibson, and Kiah Weaver; several great nieces and nephews; close friends and family including George and Diane Moore, Leonard and Thelma Cain, Marilyn Hayden, Lois Whitt, Dorian Gipson and a host of family members in Selma, Alabama.
Stevie will truly be missed by his family and friends with his jokes, laughter, and willingness to help everybody.
Family will receive friends, 11:00-12:00 noon, Friday, February 18, 2022 at Asbury United Church, 405 West Broad St., Clinton, TN; funeral service, 12:00 noon, Dr. Joseph Weaver, Eulogist.