Nancy Campbell Weaver, 80, of Princeton died Oct. 4, 2017. Born in Petersburg, Va., she was a resident of Princeton for over 50 years, having moved there in 1963.
Mrs. Weaver attended Duke University and earned a B.S. in pharmacy from the Medical College of Virginia.
An active member of the Princeton community, she was an EMT and volunteered for the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad for nearly 20 years (1979-99). Later, she returned to the pharmacy field, working briefly in Petersburg and then in the Princeton area.
She attended courses at Princeton Theological Seminary and frequently participated in weekly Talmud study at The Jewish Center of Princeton.
Predeceased by her husband, David William Weaver, III, she is survived by two daughters, Sallie Campbell Weaver of Los Angeles and Yaffa (Mark) Brown of Mobile, Ala.; a brother, Arthur Gill; and three grandchildren.
Services were held Oct. 8 with arrangements by Orland’s Ewing Memorial Chapel, Ewing. Memorial contributions may be made to the Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund at The Jewish Center.