W. Ronald Weaver, M.D., 73
W. Ronald Weaver, 73, entered into rest Tuesday at Landis Homes Nursing facility.
Born in York county; he was the son of the late Pastor W. R. & Beryl Weaver and husband of the late Patricia A. Weaver.
He graduated from F&M and received his doctorate from Temple University. He served as a Captain in the United States Army and stationed in Germany and Brooke Army Medical Facility at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. He returned to Lancaster in 1964 to establish his Family practice where he labored passionately until reluctantly retiring in July, 2002. Dr. Weaver was President of the Medical Staff and head of the Board of Credentialing at St Joseph Hospital of Lancaster and was a member and treasurer of the American Academy of Family Practice. He had served as Medical Director for Calvary Fellowship Home and sports physician for Manheim Township School District. He was an active member of the Highland Presbyterian Church and played trumpet with the Auscultation Brass for many years. He attended and was active in the Central Manor Camp meetings held annually in Washington Boro. He was an avid Eagles & Penn State fan. He enjoyed traveling, basketball & tennis. He grew tomatoes every summer.
Surviving are two sons, Gregory A. Weaver of Lancaster and Mark D Weaver, married to Michel Hershey Weaver of Lancaster and 2 grandchildren.
Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a Memorial Service Friday, October 26, 2007, at 11 AM. at Highland Presbyterian Church, 1801 Oregon Pike, Lancaster. Friends will be received following the service. Please omit flowers. Contributions may be given in Ronald’s memory to Susan G Komen Cancer Foundation, PO Box 224523, Dallas TX 75222-4523 or Temple University, Institutional Advancement, 1938 Liacouras Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19122. Arrangements by the Charles F. Snyder Funeral Home and Chapel, Lititz 560-5100.
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September 21, 2019
You are sorely missed. Thank you for being a kind person and a wonderful doctor.
March 11, 2019
This is late in coming, but sincerely meant. Dr Weaver, you were a caring and extremely competent physician. We miss you.
January 24, 2015
I got to know Dr. Weaver as a pharmaceutical sales representative in Lancaster, PA back in 1999. He could not have been nicer. In the short span that I worked in that area, I could tell how deeply he cared about his patients and they in turn loved him. I will always remember fondly my time in Lancaster and specifically Dr. Weaver.