Sherry Weaver

Sherry Weaver
3/13/1946 – 10/16/2020

Sherry Weaver, 74 years of age, was taken from us unexpectedly on Friday October 16, 2020. Sherry Lee Weaver was born March 13, 1946 in Los Angeles, California to Leonard Barnett and Bonnie Smith.

Sherry married the late Donald Weaver on August 5, 1961 and shortly after they settled in Long Beach, California. One year later, the happy couple were blessed with their beautiful daughter, Sheila Mazey.

In 1982 Sherry excepted a job transfer to Kansas City, Missouri where she worked as an assembly technician for General Motors Fairfax. When she wasn’t hard at work, Sherry enjoyed driving her Corvette, playing the slot machines at the  casino, visiting her friends and family in California, and playing golf with her husband. After 30 years of service, Sherry retired from General Motors but she never slowed down, always busy  with friends and family or traveling with her husband. She was a loving and caring person with a huge heart and an abiding dedication to herfamily and friends, always putting others first. “To know her was to love her.”

Sherry joins her husband, Donald Weaver; her mother, Bonnie Smith; and her aunt, Lorene (Dodeen)  White in heaven.

Sherry leaves to cherish her loving memory, daughter, Sheila Mazey; brothers, Frank and Victor Pistonetti; sister Diane Bostic; grandchildren, Daniel Mazey, Sharian Mazey, and Alexis Armstrong; as well as several nieces, nephews,  and cousins.

Ceremonies will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Children’s Cancer Research Fund at  7301 Ohms Lane, Suite 355, Minneapolis, MN 55439 or by phone at 1-800-888-422-7348.


  1. Daryl Grayson on November 13, 2020 at 12:48 pm

    Rest In Peace no more pain

  2. sally white/schweiger on November 13, 2020 at 9:37 pm

    You will always be in our hearts Sherry. We sure will miss you.. We love you forever
    Sally and Daniel..

  3. Julie Racy on November 15, 2020 at 10:35 pm

    Sherry, I will always remember how fun you were, you always kept me smiling. Til we meet again! ?

  4. Sharian Mazey on December 5, 2020 at 8:10 pm

    I Love you mama so much! I miss you more than I can put into words!! I can’t finish this right now xoxo

  5. Anonymous on January 30, 2021 at 11:02 pm

    I miss you more and more everyday. I think about you every minute of the day. It still seems so unreal that you are not here. That I’ll never get another call from you and I’ll never get to complain about my mom and sister you or tell you about the gossip on other people that I have. I regret every day that I didn’t cherish the time I had with you. I’m sorry I was so cold to you at times and wish I had answered all your phone calls and had spent more time with you and told you all the stories you wanted to hear instead of getting annoyed with you. I’ll never stop regretting that and I will love you so much for ever and ever.

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