Weir, Frank (Calhoun)

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Frank Weir, 59, of Calhoun, TN, passed away Tuesday, January 1, 2013 at the family residence. 

He was preceded in death by his father, Luke Weir Sr.; and his fiancé, Lucretia Lope.

Frank was a graduate of Bradley Central High School and he received an Associate's Degree from Cleveland State Community College. He was retired from the Bradley County Sheriff's Department with over 10 years of service as a Deputy. He enjoyed riding motorcycles and was a member of the Blue Knights. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. Frank attended the Baptist Church.

Survivors include his son, Heath Weir and his wife Kitty of Calhoun; his grandson, Luke Weir Jr.; his mother, Juandine Weir of Cleveland; his sister, Kathy Weir; his brother, David Weir; his nephew, Lucas Nunn and his wife Leslie; his great-nieces, Maelea, Sienna and Ella Nunn; his great-nephew, Taj Nunn all of Cleveland; his step-children, Ariel, Marvin and Aaron Lopez all of Cleveland; and his special friend, Terry Denton and his wife Michelle of Charleston.

The Remembrance of Life Memorial Service will be conducted Friday, January 4 at 2 p.m. from the North Ocoee Chapel of the Jim Rush Funeral Homes with Reverend Clay Lynch officiating. 

The family will receive friends from 12-2 p.m. Friday, January 4 at the North Ocoee Chapel of the Jim Rush Funeral Homes who has charge of the arrangements. 


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