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Betty D. Weaver
Betty D. Weaver


Betty D. Weaver
Description: BETTY WEAVER taught math at Oconee County High School in the 60’s and 70’s. She was a good and respected teacher and kept her students in check. She was known for her red lipstick and an awesome bee hive hairdo.

Paula Whitehead McChesney
OCHS students from 1960s - 1970s - Math Teacher Mrs Weaver passed away. Vickie posted this earlier on her FB newsfeed and I have many friends who might want to know. We will NEVER forget that jet black hair and hair to heaven hairdo! Her little sayings and her demanding all to behave! I will remember her fondly…
She was 7th grade math teacher for many, many of us... to include David, Barbara, Phyllis and Nan but I am sure she must have taught other subjects at some time. She was FAMOUS for her beehive dyed black hair that was always done to perfection and reached to the heavens, her Ruby red lipstick that she must have applied after each class because it was ever present.... and she loved to talk about her son. She ran a disciplined class and when she pointed her finger at you (this was before it was deemed impolite to point at folks) her pointing finger was never quite straight. She was a great math teacher and had no problem with keeping all students in line at all times. It would be hard to forget her for so many of her quirks as well as her teaching ability.
The Athens Banner-Herald
July 28, 2015 Obituary
Betty D. Weaver
1926 – 2015
Betty D. Weaver, 89, of Watkinsville died Monday, July 27, 2015 at St. Mary's Hospice House in Bogart, GA.
Affectionately known as "Miss Betty" she was the daughter of the late Sherman and Lucy Dove of Royston, GA. She attended Piedmont College in Demorest and the University of Georgia (BSHE, 1950).
She is remembered by many as "Mrs. Weaver, Math Teacher" spending the bulk of her career (26 years) teaching in Oconee County. She was a charter member of the Milledge Avenue Baptist Church.
Survivors include husband James B. (J.B.) Weaver Jr., of Watkinsville; son, James B. (Jim) Weaver III and his wife Stephanie Sargent Weaver of Atlanta; sister, Joyce Dove of Royston; grandchildren, Geoffrey Matthew Weaver and Cristopher James Weaver of Athens and Amanda Lee Weaver and James B. (Jay) Weaver IV of Atlanta; and four great grandchildren.
In addition to her parents Betty was preceded in death by her siblings, Bernice Smith, Stewart Dove, Virginia Phillips, Edwin Dove, Fletcher Dove, Elton Willis, and Howard Dove, and a granddaughter Susan Elizabeth Weaver.
The family will receive friends Wednesday, July 29, from 6 to 8 P.M. at Lord and Stephens West. Friends will also be received from 1 to 2 P.M. Thursday, July 30 at Milledge Avenue Baptist Church in Athens, GA. The funeral service, with Dr. Edward Bolen officiating, will be at 2 P.M. at Milledge Avenue Baptist Church. Interment will be at Oconee Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Milledge Avenue Baptist Church.
Lord and Stephens, West is in charge of arrangements. 3/23/1926 - See more at:
Published in Athens Banner-Herald on July 28, 2015
Keywords: OCHS, Math, Weaver
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