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Terry James "TJ" Weaver

March 23, 1974 - May 10, 2020

Terry James Weaver “T.J.”, 46, of East Liverpool, Ohio passed away Sunday, May 10, 2020 at UPMC in Pittsburgh.

He was born March 23, 1974 in East Liverpool, the son of Susan Marcum of East Liverpool and the late Terry Lee Weaver. He attended East Liverpool High School, where he participated in wrestling, and graduated in 1992.

T.J. Was employed by the W.I.S. Corporation and traveled frequently. He loved sports, especially the Dallas Cowboys and the Ohio State Buckeyes football games.

T.J. wanted to help others and was an organ donor, already saving one life in Maryland and two others in the Pittsburgh area: according to the Center for Organ Recovery and Education agency.

Survivors include: his mother, Susan Marcum of East Liverpool; a loving and devoted fiance, Barbie Sheetz of East Liverpool; a loving daughter, Amber Talbert; and two grandchildren, Ashley and Dalton of Kansas City, Mo.; two loving sisters, Julie Underwood of East Liverpool and Samantha Ropchock of Powell, Ohio; a loving brother, Donny Curtis of East Liverpool; four nieces; Elizabeth, Rylee, Lillie and Rachael Marie of Kansas City, Mo.; three nephews; John, Richie and Ricky (his “buddy”).

The family would like to extend a special thank you to all of the doctors and nurses in the neurological and cardiac ICU at UPMC-Presbyterian in Pittsburgh and to C.O.R.E.- Center for Organ Recovery and Education; especially Eric and Heather, whose guidance enabled T.J. to save the lives of three people as well as the caring emotional support they gave to his family.

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