Brian F. Weaver

Brian F Weaver, 51, of Little River, SC entered into eternal life on August 9, 2021 after a short but gallant fight with Covid-19 pneumonia.  Brian was born on May 22, 1970 in Albany, NY, the cherished son of Robert J & Kristine (Hansen) Weaver of Louisville, KY.  Survivors include his beloved brother, Matthew Weaver (Karel Hibbert) of Louisville, KY, his wife, Alison Gurreri, and much loved children, Gabriella & Alex, of Little River.   Brian was predeceased by his precious sisters, Sarah & infant Erin, grandparents John Sha & Bess Hobbs Weaver & Francis & Margaret Conlon Hansen.   Brian also leaves behind several aunts, uncles & cousins. 

 

 We would like to extend heartfelt thanks to Brian's Aunt Judy Parker, Aunt Patty Lipscomb & cousin Billy Ace Boardman for their help & assistance in planning Brian's Celebration of Life in NY.

 

Brian was a graduate of Catholic Central High School in Troy, NY where he played both baseball & basketball.  He Went on to earn his bachelors degree at Mount St Mary College in Newburgh, NY, where he continued his basketball career as Captain of the team.

Brian was a fantastic son, brother, nephew, cousin, husband& father who loved life & everyone he met Along the way.  One of his greatest pleasures was following in his dad's footsteps, coaching both football & basketball with the youth of North Myrtle Beach.  He was never happier than when he was coaching his son Alex or sitting in the bleachers, cheering on his sweet little girl, Gabby, at her gymnastic meets.  He was the ultimate dad.  His whole life revolved around his kids.

 

As everyone knows, Brian was a lifelong Steelers fan.  He loved the game of golf & played in leagues & tournaments inthe Myrtle Beach area.

We are grateful for the gift of Brian's life & the blessing of the time we had with him. 

 

A memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Oct. 15, 2021 at St. Pius X Church, 23 Crumitie Road Loudonville, NY 12211.

 

Interment will be private on Saturday at the convenience of the family in the family plot at St. Mary's Cemetery, Troy, NY.