Michael David Weaver

Michael WeaverMichael David Weaver, 61, of Webster, Texas, passed away April 10, 2014 after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born July 22, 1952 to Carroll Swink and Dorothy Elwanda Weaver. Michael was a professional golfer playing many courses throughout Galveston and Harris Counties. Michael was a member at Bayou Golf Course, Texas City and Magnolia Creek, Friendswood. He was preceded in death by his parents and by a brother, Joe Mack Gray.
He is survived by his sisters, Judy Quitta and her husband, Wes, Rebecca Guthrie Hall and her husband, J.B., and Carolyn Sue Weaver; Nieces, Shannon Marie Sutton and her fiance, Jake, Katie Renschler and her husband, Scott and Kyncie Tune and her husband, Scott; Nephews, Kyle Telford and his wife, Ginger and Bo Quitta and his wife, Abby; and many special friends.

A visitation will be held in his honor, Monday, April 14, 2014 from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm, with a Celebration of Life, 2:00 pm, at Crowder Funeral Home Chapel, Dickinson, Texas.
Honored to serve as pallbearers are Pete Castro, Ralph Frazier, Ray Lease, Jimmy Nebout, Jerry Huffman and Rex Caldwell.


  1. The man will be sorely missed by all of his golfing community friends.

    Doug Brown
  2. god bless and keep each and every one of Michael family and friend,the pain will fade, but your love for Michael will last for the end of time. Michael picked up at my widow at the down town post office. love alvin

    alvin gray
  3. Hewas one good man

    Brian Smith
  4. I will miss him. Knew Mike 18 yrs
    We both were going thur this cancer together
    We would talk about not giving up and beating it.
    May you Rest in peace my friend. Will always have you in
    My heart.See you in Heaven.
    Sorry for your loss will keep you all in my prayer.

    Letty Gamez
  5. My sweet Mike. You will be missed my friend. I know where you are now and I know you are healed….that’s a comfort. See you again someday.

    Sunny Rodgers
  6. The strength that Mike lived with is something that everyone should strive for. The last time that I had the pleasure of spending time with Mike was at the Texas Senior Open. Mike told me that he was going to finish the tournament come hell or high water. He finished the tournament while in obvious distress. When I grow up, I want to be just like Mike. Rest in peace and God bless.

    jeff gardner
  7. I will always love you. I miss you so very much.


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