Shirley Jean Weed

August 8, 1951 - October 1, 2023

08/08/1951 - 10/01/2023

Shirley Jean (Massey) Weed, 72, of Wheeling, WV passed away on October 1, 2023

Shirley was a Jehovah’s Witness by faith and found great solace in her faith and faith community at the Kingdom Hall in St. Clairsville, Ohio. In addition to her faith and family, Shirley found joy in her beloved animals and jewelry making.

Shirley is preceded in death by her husband, Charles Weed, Sr. and her parents, James and Ruth (Higgins) Massey.

Left to cherish her memories are her four (4) children; Charles, Benjamin, Deborah, and James Weed; siblings, Junior Massey and Ruth Ann Myer; several grandchildren, nieces and nephews as well as her beloved fur and feathered companions.

There will be no public services Shirley’s but, you are welcome to share memories and condolences here.

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Sue (Smith) Montgomery
4 months ago

I have known Mrs Weed since I was a child, she was an amazing lady. May she rest in peace.

Susie Reger Downing
4 months ago

I can’t believe it. Shirley was my childhood friend and again were neighbors when we got married and raised our kids. Be at peace my friend.
Susie Reger Downing

Angel Kurucz
4 months ago

I know Shirley had a very difficult time after Charlie passed. So saddened by her passing but pray she is at peace now.

Sam Elliott
4 months ago

Shirley was quite the friend. Several
times she needed assistance, but not often. She was able to do most small projects and was well equipt with tools and wasnt afraid to use them! However there were times… She loved her pool and for no more room than she had she made the most of it with a garden. I know she struggled with her vision and her heart ailment. She was not a quitter. She appreciated James help very much and the help he gave was a real boost to her. She showed her jewelry and enjoyed making things. All in all she did pretty good. And now, she is resting in Jehovahs memory, the safest place she could be.
She waits to be called back. Much more could be said but it can wait.

Barbara Long
4 months ago

I have known Shirley for about 30 years. She was kind and loving, a friend to many. She loved animals and gardening. But most of all she loved her family. She looked forward to the time when she would see her loving husband Charles again in the resurrection. She was a firm believer in what the Bible said regarding Jesus’ teachings on the resurrection, and many other subjects. She was a faithful and trustworthy friend, and she will be missed very much.