Lemley Chapel
Serving Sedro-Woolley &
All of Skagit County Since 1935
1008 Third Street
Sedro-Woolley, WA

Larry Weaver

Larry Weaver

Monday, June 22nd, 2020

Larry Weaver, age 81, a longtime resident of Sedro-Woolley, passed away at home June 18, 2020.  He was born in Kittanning, Pennsylvania, February 23, 1939 to Ivan and Jan (Garry) Weaver.

Larry served in the U. S. Air Force and worked as a sheet metal worker in a Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning business in Seattle, until retiring in 2001.

Larry is survived by his companion, Barbara Lopacki, the love of his life; son, Dean and wife, Xylina Weaver of Spokane, Washington; grandchildren, Jax and Alex; sister, Dixie and husband, Bruce Edmonds of Monogah, West Virginia; brother, John Schrecengost of Coulterville, California.

No services will be held.  Share your memories of Larry and sign the online guest register.


  • Jeffrey Comstock

    Larry was an amazing person! The conversations that I had with him were never anything short of fantastic. He was funny to a fault, kind, and willing to lend an ear to anyone and everyone that needed it.

    The stories he’d share, the pictures of his wonderful trips, and of course his beloved family. Larry had a great way of making you feel like you were just as big of a part of his family.

    I am eternally grateful to have spent time with him. Just knowing him made my life that much richer. I’ll miss you Larry! Thank you for being you!

  • Bruce Rogers

    There are a ton of great memories knowing Larry. We flew R/C airplanes together. He was a fussy one when it came to putting them together. So much so he even used lasers to line things up. There was a bunch of us younger guys in our club and he chose to be with us. He was probably the youngest thinking of us all.

    Thanks for all the laughs bud. We’ll all miss you.

  • Jeff anderson

    I last saw Larry a few years ago at Lowes. He was driving a silver convertable with the top down. He looked great. I could tell he was a happy guy. Went through the elks with him. I will cherish the times I spent with him. Barb I’m sorry for your loss.