Glenn Weaver Death – Dead: Glenn Weaver Obituary, Cause of Death | Family and Friends are currently mourning the passing of their beloved one.
Glenn Weaver death was announced on July 22, 2020.
A letter from Pastor Kevin:
Dear Ephrata Community Church Family,
It is with a heavy heart and a significant sense of loss that I share with you the news of Glenn Weaver’s passing on the afternoon of Tuesday, July 21, 2020.
Glenn and his wife Kay were part of the original group of twelve who carried the vision for and helped plant the church that would become Ephrata Community Church in October 1977. Glenn was later ordained as an elder of ECC on June 6, 1999, and served as an elder until the time of his passing.
I realize that much of the family of ECC may not have known Glenn personally, but I can assure you that you have experienced the result of his influence. While it truly is impossible to measure his impact, allow me to highlight a few key aspects of Glenn’s life.
Glenn was a man of great faith! Glenn lived his life knowing God as the one who can do anything! He loved to hear of the great things God has done and believed God for the great things he could do. He lived in faith and put his faith into action in countless ways.
Glenn was a man of generosity! I am not sure that I have ever known anyone more generous than Glenn. His generosity was expressed in every aspect of his life.
Glenn loved people! Glenn could draw people to himself with his great ability to relate to anyone – as well as his great storytelling ability. Those who have met him found a true friend.
His care for people flowed into his passion for reaching those who are living without Jesus. Glenn had a passion for the lost that extended to the people who live here around us and to the remotest mission fields of the world.
Glenn was a gifted businessman, leading Lanco Mechanicals to a thriving company that cared for both customers and employees with the highest integrity and generosity.
In all of this and more, Glenn loved his family! While Glenn enjoyed life in many ways, he found his greatest joy in his family.
He and his wife Kay enjoyed nearly 43 years of fruitful marriage and together enjoyed their children, Ryan and his wife Jen, Amy and her husband Pat, Phil and his wife Katilyn, and their 11 grandchildren.
Glenn has now joined the great cloud of witnesses spoken of in Hebrews 12:1.
From his vantage point in heaven, he continues to cheer his family and encourage us as congregation to obtain all God has for us. We entrust him into the Lord’s hand and into His glory. For us who remain, we gain comfort in knowing our Lord Jesus walks with us through this time. We are comforted in knowing that even Jesus was called a “man of sorrows and acquainted with grief…”
Thank you Glenn, for the legacy you leave for us all!
Pastor Kevin Eshleman