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Service held for Geneva Weir

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Service held for Geneva Weir

Services for Geneva Wier, 88, of Ada are 11:00 a.m. Saturday, July 1st, at Criswell Funeral Home, Rev. David Gray will officiate. Burial will follow at Swan Hill Cemetery.

Geneva started life in Gladewater, Texas on November 30, 1934. She died in Ada, Oklahoma on June 11, 2023. She was preceded in death by her parents Josephine Hunter Jackson and Joseph Jackson. Sadly, her husband Delbert passed in 1994. Geneva had four brothers and one sister all of whom have passed on.

Geneva married Delbert Wier on October 21, 1953. She is survived by her only child, Boyd Wier and his wife Teresa, as well as their two children Boyd Jr. (wife Crissy) and Jennifer Wier. Additionally, many great- grandchildren and great-greatgrandchildren. As well as many extended family members.

Geneva owned home cooking restaurants. For many years she ran the lunch counter at Bryan’s Corner Drug, later named McCortney’s. After that she and Delbert moved to Allen, Oklahoma opening a restaurant called the Big Biscuit. She moved back to Ada after Delbert’s death. Geneva then ran the luncheon counter at the Courthouse prior to her retirement. As a restauranteur Geneva was famous for her homemade pies!

She was a member of the Trinity Baptist Church. As a member she actively attended Fellowship Class.

Earlier in life she enjoyed dancing and fishing. Later Geneva liked going to The Senior Center for lunch and to visit. Yes, she took pies! She also took her little dog Sissy to Jan Francis Care Center to visit while she played bingo with residents and staff. Geneva deeply loved her family, friends and pets.