John Wayland Weatherred

Date of Death: April 11, 2022
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Rivers Baptist Church
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Glen Rose, Texas 76043
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John Wayland Weatherred, age 78 passed away peacefully in his home outside of Glen Rose, Tx. on 4/11/22. John was preceded in death by his wife Carolyn Weathered, his father Wayland “Red” Weatherred and his mother Johnie Hodges Weatherred. He is survived by his son and daughter in law Shawn Weatherred and Sarah Ramsay WeatherredContinue Reading

Mark Olson left a message on May 4, 2022:
After receiving news of Johns passing I told my brother he has to be one of the top 3 most interesting people I have ever met. I could listen to John tell stories for hours and still be laughing. I will miss our lunches together, his early evening visits at the campfire, and his insight on current events. RIP John we miss you already.
Gil J George left a message on April 25, 2022:
A note about my brother, John... He was hands down one of the best around, and I miss him. We fished together, played poker together, and talked about any and everything. Some of our favorite times together was fishing Lake Whitney -- his boat and my latest recipe for our picnic lunch. He loved being the guinea pig! He'd immediately say, "What are we having today and when?" After a few hours of fishing and the morning had warmed up, we'd find a cove, still the boat, and chow down. The conversation would roam from poker to food to gardening, finances, relationships -- whatever came to mind. I miss those times already. One eye, bad heart, no matter. John would say, "Hell, it's hot, I'm going to find a cabin in Minnesota for the summer" -- which he did every year. John didn't talk about doing stuff. He just did it. Nike should have hired that cat! What a privilege to have known and enjoyed life with such a generous and loving friend.
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