- Flamin’ Dick celebrates the golden years of rock-n-roll
- ‘The Odd Couple’ turns 50
- Library explores the FAQs around ‘Exploring Human Origins’ exhibit
- Eight-year-old boy creates Monkees video, gets nod from Micky Dolenz
- A belly full of laughter: EPAC presents ‘Monty Python’s Spamalot’
- Trolley’n for brews
- Pretzel Fest: twisted fun for everyone
- Armed Forces Day swing dance
- Ephrata Police caution on new smoking rules
- Pretzel Fest will feature 13 tasting stations
Rebecca C. Weaver, 87, member of Denver Mennonite, worked at Spring Glen Fresh Foods
Rebecca C. Weaver, 87, of 333 Wheat Ridge Dr., Ephrata, formerly of Denver, died Saturday, April 19, 2014 at Fairmount Homes.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Enos S. Weaver, in 1997. Born in Westover, Md., she was the daughter of the late John Bennett and Lena Alberta (Huffman) Yoder.
She was a member of Denver Mennonite Church and had worked at Spring Glen Fresh Foods and the former Meadowbrook Farmers Market.
Surviving are two children: Levi Y. married to Norma (Minch) Weaver, Ormond Beach, Fla. and Ruth Y. married to Barry Remp, Sinking Spring; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; four siblings: Eli married to Minnie Yoder, Va.; Freda married to H. Arthur Good, Ephrata; Crist married to Jean Ann Thorton Yoder, Md.; and Grace married to Blair Hann, Elizabethtown.
In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a son: Paul Y. Weaver in 1957; a grandson: Christopher Shirk; and six siblings: Paul, David, Roy, George, and Charles Yoder and Esther Martin.
Services were held April 23 at Centerville Mennonite Church with Luke Sensenig, Ray Auker, Mark Sensenig, and Philip Sensenig as officiating ministry. Interment was in Hinkletown Mennonite Cemetery.
Kindly omit flowers. Eckenroth Home for Funerals, Terre Hill, is in charge of arrangements