Spiritual history was the guiding force that led Jean Miller Weaver to create the Weaver Miller Fund to benefit her church, Third United Presbyterian Church of Washington, PA.
Jean is part of the fourth generation of the Miller family to be a part of the church, and like her family before her, she has taken an active role in activities there. Jean is an elder and has taught women’s Sunday School classes for many years. She is president of the New Morning Circle, a missionary group of the church and serves as a volunteer for the Church Women United. Also carrying on the family tradition of involvement with the church, is her son, Richard Bruce, who became the youngest president of the board of trustees at the age of nineteen.
Jean is originally from Claysville. She graduated from Washington High School and worked in the insurance industry for over fifty years. Her late husband, Elwood Weaver, was born in Clarion County and graduated from Waynesburg College. He was a History teacher in the Trinity School District. In her spare time, Jean enjoys knitting, crocheting and bowling.