DALLAS -- Courtney is joined in death by her loving parents, John and Debi Weaver, who perished along with her in a small plane crash in Ranger, Texas on August 17, 2014. Service: Visitation will be Friday August 22, 2014, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., at Wade Funeral Home, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington. Services will be held Saturday, August 23, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, 1200 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Arlington. Burial will be at Acton Cemetery, 3500 Fall Creek Hwy, Granbury at 3:30 p.m. Saturday. Memorials: In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Ren's Rides for Autistic Equine Therapy, 1302 Pecan St., Buffalo Gap, Texas 79508 or SPCA of Texas, The Jan Rees-Jones Animal Center 2400 Lone Star Drive, Dallas, Texas 75215. Courtney Anne Weaver was born October 29, 1980 to John Carl Weaver and Debi Hicks Weaver in Arlington, Texas. She attended Wichita Falls High School and graduated from Abilene Cooper High School. She was a graduate of Texas Tech in 2004 with a marketing degree. Courtney interned at OSU with Mike Gundy. She grew up dancing tap and was on the golf team in high school. She was active with the Junior League of Collin County and the Cocker Spaniel Rescue Group. Her passion was caring for her dog, Darcie, who is deaf and blind. She was a magnet to many people who called her friend. She was an avid member of the Texas Tech Alumni. Her hobby was doing the “guns up” with notables such as George W. Bush, Boone Pickens, and Avery Johnson to mention a few. She loved her alma mater. She excelled in her career in the oil and gas business as a landman, following in her dad's footprint. Her recent job was with Wishbone Energy Partners LLC in Houston. She was looking forward to a new adventure in Houston, Texas. She was a light in this world that was extinguished too soon. Survivors: She is survived by her brother, Stephen Paul Schultz of Granbury; her grandmother, Rojean Hicks of Abilene; Aunts. Renee Hicks of Buffalo Gap and Elayne Ruthart of Arlington; cousins, Brad Hicks, Wes Hicks, Thomas Hicks and Lindsey Ruthart. She leaves behind more friends than we can ever know. Wade Family Funeral Home Arlington, 817-274-9233

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  1. Dear Stephen,

    I met Courtney through Julie Jenkins May about 6 years ago. Your sister was a wonderful person & I always enjoyed being around her. We had lots of laughs over those 6 yrs. She had a wonderful personality & beautiful smile. I’ve been praying for you. I’m so sorry for your loss. With all my love, Jessica Collamore

  2. Courtney you will truly be missed by so many. I will always cherish the memories we had together. There was never a day that I saw you and you weren’t laughing or smiling . I am not saying goodbye but until we meet again in Heaven. Love you girl:). Prayers to your family and God bless them all.

  3. Courtney, I was so lucky to have cross paths with you at TxTech/Fashion Board. I’ve always believed that the people you meet come into your life for a reason, you were truly a blessing to have around! Kind, loveable, and tons of fun with a warm smile on your face! I will always treasure those memories of you, It’s so sad you’re no longer with us, but I’m glad you’re not alone. I didn’t get the Chance to Ever meet your parents , but by the sounds of it they are just as wonderful! I hope one day , I will see you again with your “Guns Up”! May you all Rest in Peace! My Condolences to your entire family, and all of Our Tech Friends!
    Sincerely, Claire 🙂

  4. My beautiful little Courtney. Holding a picture of you when you five years old in your poodle skirt and tap shoes and your long blonde ponytail. Am so proud to have been your dance teacher. You were a joy to teach and your smile was infectious. Have taught many dancers in my day but you were always one of my favorites. You have always had a special place in my heart. Hope you are doing shimshams in heaven!!!!!

  5. To the Weaver Family: I am so sorry to read of the loss of your dear loved one. During times like this its often easy to fall into deep despair. Thankfully there is reassuring comfort in God’s Word the Bible. John 5:28 speaks of a time when these things will be no more. Also Revelation 21:4. These scriptures and many more bring me and my family enormous comfort when faced with tragedy. Continue to ask God for endurance until the promised things take place.

  6. To the Weaver Family: I am so sorry to read of the loss of your dear loved one. During times like this its often easy to fall into deep despair. Thankfully there is reassuring comfort in God’s Word the Bible. John 5:28 speaks of a time when these things will be no more. Also Revelation 21:4. These scriptures and many more bring me and my family enormous comfort when faced with tragedy. Continue to ask God for endurance until the promised things take place.

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