Harrison Weaver of Sapulpa, a lifelong avid hunter and fisherman, died Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020. He was 77.
Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Feb. 10, 2020, at the Allen Freewill Baptist Church in Sapulpa with Pastor Kenny Myers officiating. Graveside services followed at Magnolia Memorial Gardens in Bristow.
He was born Nov. 13, 1942 to Mildred and Samuel Weaver. Harrison married his childhood sweetheart, Imogene Orr, on Jan. 13, 1961.
Harrison loved to fish and hunt. Throughout his life, he taught numerous nieces and nephews the joy of camping and fishing on the Deep Fork River. Harrison also enjoyed restoring classic cars. He lovingly restored a 1927 Ford Model T for his wife Imogene, as well as a 1956 Chevrolet pickup. For many years, Tuesday nights you could find him bowling with his bowling league. He was a member of the Allen Freewill Baptist Church of Sapulpa and worked for Harsco Industries for 23 years.
He is survived by his daughter; Tammy Atwell and husband Mike, of Sapulpa; two grandsons, Tyler Weaver and wife, Tonya, of Sapulpa and Lance Atwell and wife, Alyssa, of Okmulgee; one granddaughter, Kaitlyn Atwell, of Sapulpa; one brother, Louis Weaver and wife, Jeanette, of Bristow; four great-grandchildren, Logan Weaver, Zander Weaver, Corvin Weaver, and Jemma Atwell and a host of nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Imogene Weaver; daughter, Norma Jean Weaver; six brothers, Lonnie Weaver, David Weaver, Jimmy Weaver, Doyle Weaver, Kenneth Weaver and Albert Weaver; his mother and father and two nephews, Brad Weaver and Tommy Orr.