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Obituary: Gregory Noel Weaver, 1951-2016, Burlington 

Published March 1, 2016 at 4:00 a.m. | Updated March 1, 2016 at 10:39 a.m.

Gregory Noel Weaver
  • Gregory Noel Weaver
Gregory Noel Weaver, 64, of Burlington passed away on Friday, February 26, at the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington. His death was unexpected and has been met with great sadness from his family and friends. Greg was born in St. Louis, Mo., on June 2, 1951. He was the only son of Noel Weaver and Jeanne Marie Pettigrew Weaver. He is survived by his two sisters, Susan Hahn (Bellingham, Wash.) and Gail Core (Covington, La.); his two nephews, Zachary Cale Ginnett (Brooklyn, N.Y.) and Gabriel Ginnett (Mount Vernon, Wash.); and his niece, Rebecca Core, (Austin, Texas). He leaves behind many dear and devoted friends who have loved him from near and far. Greg was a passionate, kind and giving man who brought so much happiness to others. He adored his dog, Winston, and the duo were a delight to many at Grand Way Commons, where he last resided. Greg was a humanist and egalitarian, believing in equal rights and opportunities, regardless of race, sexuality or background. He was passionate and true, which was evidenced in his relationships with so many. He will be sorely missed but remembered in our hearts. Greg’s wishes for cremation have been honored. A small gathering of family and friends will scatter his ashes across the waters of Lake Champlain, in Burlington, to rest in a place that he loved.
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