The Beaver, Pennsylvania community is in deep sorrow over the passing of Monica Weaver, one of its beloved residents. Monica Czerpak, who was born on April 11, 1980, in Erie, was not only Ann Czerpak’s daughter but also a dedicated mother, a cherished wife, and a treasured friend to many. She was a shining and loving presence in the lives of those who had the honour of knowing her, therefore her premature loss has left a vacuum that will be challenging to fill.
In Brighton Township, where she had lived for the previous ten years, Monica had created a life full of warmth, love, and laughter. Her faith played a significant role in her life, as she was a devout member of Our Lady of the Valley Parish at SS Peter & Paul Catholic Church. Additionally, Monica was actively involved in the community as a member of MOPS (Mother of Preschool Students), where she found a sense of camaraderie among fellow mothers who shared the joys and challenges of parenthood.
Monica’s most significant role in life was being a mother. She was a loving and devoted mom who lived for her family, especially her husband, James M. Weaver, and their three children: Lola Grace, Claire McKenna, and Charlie James. Those who knew her often affectionately referred to her as the “acting CEO” of the Weaver household, a testament to her organizational skills, dedication, and unwavering love for her family.
One of Monica’s most endearing qualities was her immense generosity and willingness to help those in need. She possessed a heart of gold and was always there for her friends, offering a listening ear, a helping hand, or a shoulder to lean on. Monica had an innate ability to make everyone around her feel included and valued. Her kindness knew no bounds, and her legacy of compassion will live on in the hearts of all who were fortunate enough to experience it.
Monica had a unique talent for making every holiday a special and memorable occasion. Her love for decorating knew no bounds, and she would go to great lengths to create an atmosphere of joy and celebration for her family and friends. Whether it was Christmas, Halloween, or any other holiday, Monica’s creativity and enthusiasm shone brightly, leaving a lasting impression on those who attended her festive gatherings.
Despite living in Brighton Township, Monica remained closely connected to her roots in Erie. She cherished visits to her friends and family in her hometown and often took her children on special trips to Presque Isle, where they could build cherished memories by the lake. These moments of family fun were invaluable to her, and her loved ones will forever hold these memories close to their hearts.
Monica’s light, which radiated warmth and love, will be sorely missed by all who truly knew her. Her impact on the lives of those around her was immeasurable, and her legacy will continue to inspire acts of kindness and generosity in the community she held so dear.
Monica leaves behind a loving family who will forever carry her memory in their hearts. Her mother, Ann Czerpak, will hold her close as she navigates this difficult time. Her husband of 17 years, James M. Weaver, will cherish the moments they shared together and the love they built over the years. Their three children, Lola Grace, Claire McKenna, and Charlie James, will forever carry their mother’s love and spirit with them as they grow.
Monica is also survived by her brothers, Lawrence Czerpak, James (Emily) Czerpak, and Andrew Czerpak, as well as her special sister, Amanda (Joseph) Vendetti. Her extended family includes her father-in-law, James (Judy) Papa/Nana Weaver, mother-in-law, Diana Punk (NaeNae), brothers-in-law, Michael (Hannah) Punk, Colton Johnson, and Andy (Jen) Johnson, and sister-in-law, Melissa (Ryan) Smith. Monica’s numerous nieces and nephews will miss her deeply but will always carry the love and kindness she showered upon them.
To pay tribute to Monica and celebrate her life, friends and family will gather to remember her on Friday, September 29, 2023, from 5 PM until 8 PM at the Noll Funeral Home Inc, located at 333 Third Street in Beaver. A Mass of Christian burial will be held on Saturday, September 30, 2023, at 10:30 AM in Our Lady of the Valley Parish at SS Peter & Paul Catholic Church, 200 Third Street, Beaver, PA 15009. Online condolences may be shared at www.nollfuneral.com.
Although Monica’s private interment will take place at a later date, an additional celebration of her life is planned for friends and family in Erie (TBD). This gathering will provide an opportunity for all who loved Monica to come together, share stories, and find comfort in their shared memories of this remarkable woman.
Monica Weaver’s passing is a profound loss to her family, friends, and community. Her kindness, love, and unwavering devotion to her loved ones have left an indelible mark on the hearts of all who had the privilege of knowing her. In the midst of grief, we find solace in the knowledge that her memory will live on, and the love she shared will continue to inspire acts of kindness and compassion within her community for generations to come.