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Timothy Chris Weaver

December 13, 1949 ~ March 15, 2022 (age 72)


Timothy Chris Weaver of Cambridge, Ohio, formerly of Lancaster, Ohio died peacefully on March 15, 2022, at his home.

Tim was born on December 13, 1949, to the late Virgil O. and Gladys S. (Fox) Weaver. He was a 1968 graduate of Lancaster High School. He worked almost 20 years in maintenance at Fairfield Medical Center and Aggie’s Termite and Pest Control in Cambridge, Ohio. Tim loved to play cards, go fishing and mushroom hunting, but most of all, he loved his family, and will be sadly missed.

Tim is survived by his children, Dustin (Jolene) Weaver, Misty (John) Powell and Timothy (TI) Milliner, mother of his children and friend, Agnes (Aggie) Weaver Milliner, all of Cambridge, Ohio. Grandchildren, Simon Powell, Amber Milliner, Mary Hall, Kristen Calvert, Garrett (Brittany) Dennison, Curstan and Raymond Grubb, Jessica (Susan) Hoffman. Great-grandchildren, Karly Culbertson, Kylah and Keirah Dennison, Riley Milliner Wright, Malachi, Lyric, and Mae Hoffman. Brother-in-law Roger Severing Sr., nieces and nephews, Renee Pinkelman, Rochelle Severing Miller, and Roger (Melissa Hughes) Severing II and Jarrod Raver and longtime friend Terry Pierson. To a few of his friends and family, he was fondly known as Billy.

Tim is preceded in death by his parents, brothers Larry (Dolores) Fox and their son, Christopher, Virgil Weaver, and sister Rita Severing, Cousin Doug Raver, and his very close friends, Bob Waits and Jeff Tyler.

Caring cremation is being handled by Thorn-Black Funeral Homes, Inc. in Cambridge. A celebration of life will be soon for family and friends.

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