Claudette M. Weathers

Claudette M. Weathers

February 11, 1940 - November 29, 2016

Claudette M. Weathers

February 11, 1940 - November 29, 2016


Claudette Weathers, a long time resident of Mission Viejo, died Tuesday the 29th of November in her home.

Born 1940 in Hong Kong, Claudette moved to the United States in 1959 where she met and married Dave Weathers. She devoted her time to raising their three daughters.

Living in Mission Viejo since 1970, Claudette enjoyed interior design and working in her garden where she spent much of her time.

She is survived by her husband of 56 years Dave Weathers and her three daughters Dianne Stobbe, Pam Vanni, Elaine Olofsson, and a total of five grandchildren.

She will be forever in our hearts.

In lieu of flowers, donation may be made to St. Kilian Catholic Church, 26872 Estanciero Drive, Mission Viejo, CA 92691.

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9 responses to Claudette M. Weathers

  1. Certainly one of the nicest and fun long time friend. She was indeed special in so many ways. Her passing will leave a big vacuum in her family and friends lives. She seemed to do only good in her life. We hope to be at the Mass. Mike and Patti Richards

  2. Ron Olsen says:


    What a joy you have been to me for over 30 years. Your smile, laugh and attitude are beyond infectious. They will live in my head and heart forever every time I think of you

    Ronnie (the unexpected visitor) Olsen

  3. Claudette is a treasured friend who will be rembered by all who knew her. My condolences, Dave. Your memories of her will bring you confort in the future.

  4. Susan Jaeger says:

    Dearest Claudie: For 41 years I have had the blessing of looking at your beautiful flower garden across the street. We have watched our children grow and become happy adults and then compared notes on our grandchildren. Something new was always happening. I will miss our chats in the middle of the street and your gardening advice. I know you are planting beautiful flowers in heaven. Love you always, Sue

  5. Wendy Yado says:

    It’s been a pleasure being her hygienist since 1992. We shared many laughs and family moments. I will miss her dearly. My thoughts and prayers go out to Dave and daughters
    Love to all of you,
    Wendy Yado
    Mission Viejo Family Dental

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