City man found dead at home
A 44-year-old rural Platte City man was
found dead at his home Monday evening.
Noel Weaver, a local pharmacist, was found
at about 6:15 p.m. at his resdence.
Captain Frank Hunter of the Platte County
Sheriff's Department said the death has been turned
over to the department's investigations division, and
as a result he could not release specifics about the
scene. He said the incident at this time has been classified
only as a "dead body found" at the home, located
at 19100 Edlin Ave., Platte City.
Hunter said a sheriff's department incident
report would be available for public review later this
Weaver worked as a pharmacist for Miller's
Professional Pharmacy in Platte City and various Kansas
City Wal-Marts. He was also active in the Platte City
community as a coach for little league baseball.
Weaver is survived by his wife, Susan,
of the home; one son, Brett, and one daughter, Lindsay,
both of the home. He is also survived by his parents,
Henry F. and LaVaughn Weaver of Kansas City, Mo.; two
brothers, Terry of Lakewood, Co.; and Kenneth Weaver
of Kansas City; and one sister, Lisa Kennedy of Thousand
A complete obituary is published elsewhere
in this issue of The Landmark.