Joseph M. WEADON, Jr.
September 11, 1952 ~ July 21, 2008
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Mr. Joseph M. Weadon, Jr. passed away late Monday evening, July 21, 2008, at his rural Farmington residence at the age of 55 years, 10 months & 10 days. Joseph was born Sept. 11, 1952, in Bonne Terre, MO., to Joseph M. Weadon, Sr. & Viola Mae 'Shelton' Weadon. Also preceding in death was his 1st wife, Vicki Lynn 'Huff' Weadon.
Joseph was a member of Meadow Heights Church in Fredericktown, MO. He was a loving father & husband & a dedicated Christian. He recently retired fron the Ste. Genevieve Co. Sheriff's Dept., & was an avid hunter, fisherman & enjoyed the outdoors.
Survivors Include: his Wife: Gay Ann 'Sullivan' Weadon, of Farmington; 2 Sons: Joseph M. (& Erica) Weadon, III, of Sikeston & Jeremy L. (& Sarah) Weadon, of Jackson. 3 Step-Children: Luke Lustick, Molly Lustick & Dillon Lustick, all of the home. 2 Sisters: Vicki 'Mrs. Randy' Malan, of Glen Carbon, Illinois & Deborah 'Mrs. Clayte' Jones, of French Village. 3 Brothers: Timothy (& Karen) Weadon, of Green Bank, West Virginia; David (& Paula) Weadon, of DeSoto & Rob (& Patti) Weadon, of Hillboro. Also, many other family members & friends.
Visitation: 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, July 23, 2008, at Farmington First Free Will Baptist Church.
Funeral : Wednesday, 1:00 p.m., July 23rd
at : Farmington First Free Will Baptist Church, (305 W. Columbia St. - Farmington 63640 573.756.8933) with Rev. Steve Loveless, officiating, assisted by Rev. David Bates & Chaplain Ray Chappell.
Interment : Three Rivers Cemetery, in Ste. Genevieve County.
Memorials to * The American Cancer Society.
I am so sorry for your loss, Dillon. Thinking of you! -Ms. Gremminger (Douglas)
My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Joe was a wonderful person!
Jeremy & Joe and families, so very sorry to hear about your dad,he was a super guy,our thoughts are with you.
I am so sorry to hear about the death of Joe. I have worked with him the entire time that I have been at the Sheriff's Department. I will miss Joe coming into my office and sitting down and just chatting with me. I have heard all kinds of stories from him, all good, and mostly about Gay Ann and all his children. I will miss him dearly, he is a great friend and I know he will be with me the rest of my life. Rest in peace Joe.
Gay Ann, I am so sorry to hear about Joey. I know you both fought hard and together with God. I believe that when God wants us to come home he will bring us home, no matter how selfish we are here on Earth. My prayers are with you and your family. I know Joey enjoyed life, because he always so energetic!
I Still have fond memories of our childhood all the fun things we used to do. Walking the railroad tracks for one. Sure sorry to see that Joey has past. We send prayers to his family. God is watching over all of you. Ruth Ann(Parker) and Marvin Eaves
Gay Ann and Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. We have been so blessed to have been able to call Joey our friend. What a wonderful comfort to know that we will see Joey again and that he is finally at peace. Please know we are here for you for anything at anytime. May God give you peace, comfort and understanding in this difficult time. We love you! Scott, Rachel & Sinjin
Joe and Jeremy and families, I am so sorry to hear about your loss of your Dad. I had no idea he was sick or I would have been there to help. Please let me know what I can do to help you now. My thoughts are with you always. Love, Terry
Dear Gay Ann and loving family of Joe, My sincere thoughts and prayers go out to each of you. Sometimes we don't know why things happen, we just have to trust God. I know Joe isn't suffering anymore and he is and will forever now and always watch over and protect each of you. I know it is still hard, though. Just always know you will see him once more when we all are called home to Heaven. I know he is up in heaven with my brother and all of our special angels. With a heavy heart and praying much for you all, Ashley Deason
Joe and Jeremy, I am sorry to hear about the passing of your father. He has gone knowing the two have grown-up to be outstanding young men. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families. Love, Cindy "Peterson" Reeves
Gay Ann, Joseph & Erica, Jeremy & Sarah, Luke, Molly & Dillion, and all of Joey's loved ones; My heart goes out to all of you. The world lost a good man on Monday. We are grateful for the friendship we shared with Joey. He will be missed by everyone who knew him. You are in our prayers-Kevin & Lisa Swoboda
I was so sorry to hear of Joes passing. Joey and I have been friends forever. Recently we have had some tremendous telephone conversations about God, Faith and Family and now he has truly went home . Carla and I send our prayers to all of the family. May God truly fill this void with His presence and strenth
GayAnn, I am so deeply sorry to hear about Joe. You know it just seem right how fragile life is, remember how we never thought we would never find Mr. Right and then we you do..in a blink everything changes. My heart breaks for you, Love you and will be praying for you all.
Joe and Jeremy, There are no words to say to tell you how sorry we are for your loss. Parents can never be replaced but our love for them never will. Keep in mind, one day you will see him again. Until then, remember the good times and cherish them always. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
May God bless your family and give you strength.
Joseph Weadon,Jr. Family As a neighbor of Vicki and Randy Malan and fellow christians we just wanted to take this opportunity to let you know that our prayers and thoughts goes out to the entire Weadon family. Remember to look to the hills for whence cometh your help as your help cometh from the Lord. Live you life like Joey and you will see him again. The bible states, that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. Remember that it is thru death that one is born into eternity. We are sure that Joey is patrolling Heaven.
Our dear ones, We are so sorry to learn of Joey's passing and know that where he is there is no suffering and sadness. God bless all of you as you stand together during this difficult time. Tom and Gayle Hampton