Alice Janet Dendy Weaver, 85, passed away peacefully on September 18, 2021. She was born May 7, 1936 in the Sulphur Springs Community at her grandparent’s home to Harry and Danie Dendy. She grew up in the Camden community of Madison County. She met a fella who really knew how to dance, and married him, George G. Weaver in 1955. They relocated to Wiggins with their four children in 1969. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Wiggins and worked at Dorsett Florist for 28 years. She was a champion bingo player, world-class jigsaw puzzler, and a beautiful crocheter. She enjoyed playing cards and traveling, but most of all, she was a devoted sports fan, supporting her local tomcats and Mississippi State bulldogs along with the rest of the SEC. She was a wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and mother-in-law and she was wonderful at all of them. She is preceded in death by her parents, Harry and Danie Dendy; her loving husband of 60 years George G. Weaver; her son Garvin Weaver; and her brother John Shelby Dendy of Pickens. She is remembered by her daughters Deborah White (Tom) and Eleanor Lott (Sid) and her son Harry Weaver (Sue Zuhlke); grandchildren Jennifer Kaufman (Gary), Jeremy Lott, Erin Lester (Paul), Matthew White, Chris Zuhlke, and Danielle Weaver; great-grandchildren Regan Carriere and Riley Kaufman among many other friends and family members. Funeral arrangements are scheduled with Moore Funeral Home in Wiggins for Wednesday, September 22, 2021 with visitation from 9:30 to 11:00 and chapel service to follow. Burial to follow in Wiggins City Cemetery.  Moore Funeral Service in Wiggins is in charge of the arrangements.

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I’m so very sorry Mr. Weaver, Debbie and Harry and family. She was a treasure to me growing up. She had a smile that could light the room but also that look you didn’t want to see. Her and your Mr. Weaver were certainly a pair that could keep the atmosphere light. Lord, I’ve see a couple of those looks from Mr. George too!!! They must’ve raised us right!!! God bless y’all and may Ms Janet rest in eternal peace!!!🙏💜

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