Blair Weaver passed very unexpectedly on Wednesday, January 4, 2023, at the age of 21. Born on Jan. 10, 2001, Blair is survived by his mother, Lisa Blair, father and stepmother, Chuck and Tracey Weaver, and his two younger brothers, Bradley and Brandon, who he loved and with whom he was incredibly close. His parents and brothers love him more than words can ever express. He is also survived by his grandparents, Tom Blair, Kay Weaver-Leverich and Ernie Leverich, as well as many other relatives, friends, and co-workers who were all very important in his life. We will always see Blair’s light whenever we see Bradley and Brandon, and know his spirit will live on in them, and his family.
Blair graduated from Hilliard Darby in 2019 as a proud representative of the Panther Nation. His varsity jacket was covered with accolades of that represented his interests in and achievements both in and out of the classroom. He played several sports with lacrosse being his favorite. He played the cello in the orchestra and sang in the school choir.
Anyone who spent time with Blair experienced his huge heart and listening ear. Blair was a young man of many talents and passions which he loved sharing with others. His creativity showed itself in his writing, his DJ and lighting business, and in his culinary efforts in the kitchen and on the grill. He loved cooking for his family and friends and his spontaneous and fearless nature provided many good meals which he shared to all those in his large and inclusive community of friends and family. Blair also had a passion for music, dating back to his iPod days in middle school to playing EDM and dubstep music and running a music and lighting business in Columbus using the DJ name of Beedubz. He always wore a trademark scarf which flowed with his beautiful blond hair.
Blair’s family was incredibly important to him, and spending time with them was one of his favorite pastimes. Blair and his brothers were nearly inseparable. They always enjoyed their vacations together, whether it was to Oklahoma to visit their dad’s family, to Dayton to visit their mom’s family, Florida beaches, a whirlwind trip around Europe, or Cedar Campus, where Blair and his brothers enjoyed saunas, volleyball, building sand castles, and brutal games of water polo, but most importantly worshipping in God’s country and spending time with his brothers and friends.
Blair had a strong and deep faith which started at Upper Arlington Lutheran Church. There, he was active in the youth group and met several friends, youth group leaders, and pastors. It was also there that he experienced memorable times at camps and deep conversations about faith and what his purpose was in life. All those who were fortunate enough to know Blair understood that a large part of purpose was to brighten the lives of those around him.
Preceded in death by his Papa, Charlie Weaver, and his Ma, Carol Blair. From the moment he was born, Blair and Ma had a special bond that anyone around them could feel. They are together again sharing memories, while he continues to play his music with heavenly splendor with her as his biggest fan.
Public services will be held for Blair at Upper Arlington Lutheran Church, located at 3500 Mill Run Drive, Hilliard Ohio, 43026. Visitation is from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. followed by the funeral service from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Posted online on January 09, 2023
Published in Columbus Dispatch
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