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Obituary for Stuart Wever

Chief Master Sergeant Stuart James Wever, USAF (RET.) passed away Friday, July 6, 2018. He is survived by his devoted wife, of 54 years, Susan (Gartrell) Wever. He was born October 21, 1942 in Salem, New York, the son of Stuart and Margaret Wever. He was preceded in death by siblings Teresa Plude and Shirley Wever and is survived by his siblings Carol Skiff and Joe Wever of Salem, New York.

He graduated Washington Academy High School and then began service to his country in the Air Force in 1962. He served 30 years, with distinction, from January 1962-February 1992. He and his family were stationed abroad in the Philippines, Japan, and Germany, as well as seven U.S. bases in between.

CMSGT. Wever, was the proud and involved father of Stuart Gregg (Teresa), Dawn Marie and Laura Beth (Rocco). He has five wonderful grandchildren: Candice Brady, Amanda Newman, Stuart Nicholas Wever, Mackenzie Bellotte, Stephany Faith Bellotte and two great grandchildren: Hadley Vickers and JT Vickers. Affectionately known by his family as “Pop”, he loved going to their activities, “fixing” anything, and manning the grill at family celebrations.

Stu, as his friends call him, enjoyed an active lifestyle and played numerous sports including basketball, baseball, fast pitch softball, and golf (he even got a hole in one 3 different times!!). He was a life-long sports enthusiast and avid fan of the Boston Red Sox and Florida State Seminoles. He was even somewhat of a local basketball hero for the Washington Academy Generals in Salem, New York eventually winning the State Championship in the Fall of 1960. Despite traveling the world, Stu, never tired of returning home to his roots in upstate New York. He would visit his siblings, nieces and nephews, cousins, and old friends whenever possible.

Despite his numerous professional achievements, his greatest pride and joy was his family. There are no words to describe how much he will be missed by his family and countless friends;
“He was such a good man.”

A celebration of his life will be held at Beach Funeral Home, 1689 South Patrick Drive, Indian Harbour Beach, FL, Friday, July 13, 9:30am. His burial, with military honors, will follow at the Cape Canaveral National Cemetery.

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