Dana Lynn Weaver Gonzalez

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photoDana Lynn Weaver Gonzalez Born Aug. 26, 1974. Entered into glory on Dec. 28, 2015.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Sheila Childress and grandparents, Bill and Janet Weaver. She leaves behind three children: Shelby, Alexis and Carmine Gonzalez; a grandson, Mason Gonzalez; a brother: Adam Weaver; a sister, Desiree’ Weaver; and parents Doug and Jackie Weaver.

Graveside services will be held at Gardens of Memory on April 3, 2016 at 2 p.m. and will be officiated by Bro. Leland Crawford.

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2 thoughts on “Dana Lynn Weaver Gonzalez”

  1. Brandi Michelle Gregory

    My bestest friend ever, still think of you everyday miss you with all my heart and love you. I wish we didn’t move so far apart from each other. You will never be forgotten and that voice of yours oh my, I’ll never forget when you did I’ll try it out at the talents so and you blew us all away even as the new you never knew you had that giant voice inside you. I’ll never stop missing you and you will always be on my mind I love you so much I wish you were here to see my babies. Rest in peace and love

  2. Brandi Michelle Gregory

    My bestest friend ever, still think of you everyday miss you with all my heart and love you. I wish we didn’t move so far apart from each other. You will never be forgotten and that voice of yours oh my, I’ll never forget when you did ,all cried out(lisa lisa and cult jam. at the talents so and you blew us all away . You had that giant voice inside you. I’ll never stop missing you and you will always be on my mind I love you so much I wish you were here to see my babies. Rest in peace and love

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