Paul Weaver

Paul Gordon Weaver

Monday, February 1st, 1954 - Tuesday, May 7th, 2019
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Peacefully and with dignity at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center we lost Paul Gordon Weaver our beloved Husband, Father, Brother, Uncle and Friend. Husband and best friend of wife Janet, proud Father of Andrew. Paul is predeceased by his brother Doug (Marie) and is survived by Sister Cheri (Doug), Brother-in-laws Gerald and Eric (Kim), Sister-in-Law Ann (Noel) Loving Uncle to Erin, Dawn, Jodi, Doug (Becky), Colin (Cassie), Sara (Joe), Daniel and Rachel. Great Uncle to Krystle, Corey, Charly, Alexandra, Caleb, Alexis, Aubrey and Lucy. Compadre and Friend Paul Snyder who was like a brother.

Paul was passionate in whatever he participated in. His insatiable appetite for knowledge, excitement and adventure resulted in many interests and hobbies that fulfilled his life with many great friends he met along the way. Some of the many things Paul participated in were Boxing, Dressage, Kendo, Cycling, Motorcycle Riding and Track Days, Music, Soccer, Good Scotch, Good Food and his Beloved Dog Aiden. The accomplishments he was most proud of included the opportunity to represent Canada at the Pan Am Games in Kendo earning a Silver Medal, being a founding member of the Tillsonburg Celtic Music Club, becoming a Music Teacher, and most recently being honoured for his contribution in the birth of London Symphonia as the Founding Board Chair.

Anyone who knows Paul knows that he attacked life with vigor and unrelenting competition to be the best he could be. He carried this trait in his work, his life, his leisure and his illness. Those of us closest to him will forever be inspired by his grace and never ending drive to live each and every day like it was his last. Well done Paul Sláinte!

Please join us in honouring Paul's life Sunday, May 19 at the Carriage Hall 25 Brock St. W., Tillsonburg. Celebration of Life from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Service to start at 1:30 PM, followed by a Weaver Style Reception.

Special Thanks to our incredible Friends and Family (please know who you are) who never stopped helping, caring, doing. To my work family and the best employer imaginable (The Town of Tillsonburg). This unending support inspired Paul to continue on his journey and allowed him to embark on helping to pave the way for ground breaking new therapies. We are forever grateful. To our homecare nurse Kristin and other CCAC staff. Dr. Joy Mangel and team at LHSC, Dr. Philip McCarthy and the exceptional care team at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Kevin Guest House Buffalo “our home away from home”.

In lieu of flowers donations in Paul’s memory would be greatly appreciated by the family to Act NOW and London Symphonia by contacting Ostrander’s Funeral Home, 43 Bidwell Street, Tillsonburg, ON N4G 3T6 (519) 842-5221 whom have been entrusted with the arrangements . Personal condolences and fond memories can be made at
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  • Service

    Sunday, May 19th, 2019 | 1:30pm
    Sunday, May 19th, 2019 1:30pm
    Carriage Hall
    25 Brock St.W.
    Tillsonburg, Ontario Canada, ON N4G 2A3
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    Pastor Paul Robinson
  • Reception

    Carriage Hall
    25 Brock St.W.
    Tillsonburg, Ontario Canada, ON N4G 2A3
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email


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Kevin Martin

Posted at 04:03pm
Today I found out that a man I admired and considered a friend passed away a few months ago.

Paul was like a second father to me and a mentor as well as a good friend.

I had not seen him in over thirty years but would think of him often and the influence he has on me in my teenage years and beyond.

I regret not seeing him in all this time but I am so pleased to see that he lived a full life, (knowing him I would have expected nothing different) and that he was loved by many.

R.I.P. Paul, and thank you for all you did for me. ❤️

Kevin Martin

Jeff and Karen Helsdon

Posted at 09:57am
Sincere condolences to Janet and family.

John Milne

Posted at 09:12am
Paul and my father were “roommates” at LHSC last November. I had the opportunity to meet Paul and Janet and we talked about Scotland, large dogs, cycling and most importantly Scotch. Paul presented my Dad with a bottle of Highland Park at his hospital bed and it was a very special moment to witness. It demonstrated Paul’s kindness and thoughtfulness for someone else even during a difficult time. Although my time with Paul was brief he left an indelible mark.

David Mori

Posted at 03:42pm
Paul was my kendo training partner when we tried out for Team Canada together back in the early 90's. I am extremely appreciative for all he did in helping me to make the team. The pre-tournament adventure in New York City with all the rats and dancing at the Limelight was the most memorable. I still chuckle when I think about his laugh. My sincere condolences to Janet and his family.


Posted at 12:43pm
It's difficult to know what to say just now...
except that you're thought of in sympathy and friendship

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