Ina Ruth Weaver
Ina Ruth Weaver, 85, of McAlester, passed away on Thursday, September 12, 2019, in Fort Smith, Arkansa.
Visitation will be on Sunday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Brumley-Mills Funeral Home in McAlester.
Funeral services will be on Monday, September 16, at 2 p.m. at Brumley-Mills Chapel with grandson and pastor Chris Wingo officiating. Burial will follow at Memory Gardens Memorial Park Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be her grandsons, Jimmy Jewell Jr., Jason Jewell, Jerry Jewell and Chris Wingo.
Honorary pallbearers are her great-grandchildren.
Ina had lived virtually all her life in McAlester until the past five years when she lived in Fort Smith to be near her daughter.
She was a talented dancer with the McAlester Stompers and was an active member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 1098 Ladies Auxiliary.
Ina loved her family very much. They are, two daughters and sons-in-law, Patty and Dr. Jimmy Jewell Sr., of Fort Smith, Arkansas, and Linda and Dale Kennedy, of Durant; five grandchildren, Jimmy Jewell Jr., of Carrollton, Texas, Jason Jewell and wife, Stona, of Porum, Jerry Jewell, of Fort Worth, Texas, Chris Wingo, of Atoka, and Carla Logan and husband, Todd, of Silo; 14 great-grandchildren, Anthony Jewell and wife, Kayla, Daniel and Andrew Sublett, of Virginia, Tristan Morgan and husband, Alex, Jason Jr. and Joshua Jewell, of Arkansas, Kyla Hoffman and Jamison Jewell, of Texas, Matthew, Timothy and Caleb Wingo and Skylar, Jordan and Michael Logan, of Oklahoma; one great-great-granddaughter, Serena Jewell, of Virginia; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Charles and Lois Smith, and Denver and Patty Smith, both of McAlester; a sister, Ruby Smith, of McAlester, and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond Weaver; a sister, Edna Murphy, and seven brothers, John, Edgar, Melvin, Bennie Jr., Earl, Teddy and Ronnie Smith.
Published on September 13, 2019

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Sheila Smith
Sep 16, 2019
Ina was beautiful inside and out.She never hesitated to be there for my mother after my father passed,my mother told me how my Aunt Ina came and and had her lunch break with my mom daily.When we visited her when my Father her brother was alive she would tell us to pick out a nic nak to take home.She had a ❤️ full of love.When me and my sister went to visit her in Fort Smith,she kept calling me the tall one lol I'm only 5'1.Love you Ina so much.I could go on and on about how special she was.We all noticed and she loved her brother my father very much,she bragged about how smart he was all the time.So,blessed to of been your niece.
Christine Smith Sennett
Sep 15, 2019
Prayers for my Aunt Ina Weaver Family. God just give them Peace, comfort. My Aunt Ina was a good person. I love going over to her house in North Town. She had Poodle dogs. All kinds Nick Nacks. Pictures of her Family on the walls. So glad me my husband Donnie and i went to see her Labor Day. Had a wonderful visit with her and Patty. Love you all. God Bless Christine Smith Sennett. ❤❤
Christine Smith Sennett
Sep 15, 2019
I will always love you Aunt Ina and remember the good times we had together. You were always good to My daddy John Smith and my Mom Betty. It was fun going over to your house. Always had your poodle dogs. Always wanting to fix us something to eat. I remember all your nick nacks, all your pictures of your 2 daughters Patty and Linda
and then they got married. So then pictures of your grandchildren, great grandchildren. I just love the stories that you told us about your brothers and sisters. Good stories about Grandma and Grandpa Smith . I was so thankful that me and my husband Donnie Sennett went to see you on Labor Day. And you knew both of us. And had a great visit with you and Patty.
... God Bless till we meet again in Heaven !!! Love my cousins Patty and Linda for taking care of my Aunt Ina.❤❤Read more
Lisa Smith
Sep 15, 2019
My sweet Aunt Ina, you obviously made a great impression on me as a young girl. I always remember going to your house atv701 E Rock in Mcalester. Weird ive held that address in my mind all these years ,because i don't have tihe greastest memory. It must be do to how loved I felt being there with you. I do remember all your photos on the wall, your kitchen nic knacks, the Mrs Butterworth syrup bottle , i believe you had told me my mom painted. As a child i loved going to your house , seeing you and playing on the swing in the back yard. That little bridge in the front yard and honeysuckles. I remember Uncle Ray s el camino. I think it was his anyway. If more people were like you an...d had your zest for life and kindness the world would be a better place. My only regret is my sisters and I didnt get grow up there around you and the rest of the family. However, the love I felt from you back then will stay with me forever. The day after you passed I was eating lunch at a restaurant i looked out the window and i saw someone who looked like your twin and i told my daughter i thought i just saw my aunt Ina. I felt peace seeing you which at that moment i didnt know why. It was actually a few minutes later my sister Lora had informed me of your passing the day before. Tears filled my eyes and saddness filled my heart, As i thought of you, more peace came over me, knowing you are home with the Lord and not in pain. I could imagine all the family waiting to embrace you in Heavem.I love you beautiful Aunt Ina. Ill see you again one day.
Love your niece Lisa Smith.
Im including a picture i screen shot of Ina s house i did a google search of. Not exactly the same but the little bridge is still there in this picture.
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Brenda Solis
Sep 14, 2019
You are one in a million Aunt Ina I will always miss you and remember you I wouldn't change a thing about you!You were the most honest person to want to be around and you had some great memories everytime I got to see you I was excited to see what else I got to learn about your childhood dads and the rest of the family ty for the talks I will cherish them as long as I live ! My love to you forever
Inawna Darnell
Sep 14, 2019
I always knew Ina as “Big Ma”. She did have a big personality and was always so much fun to be around. You could always count on her for an honest answer and solid advice. My condolences to all that loved her and may her memory continue to bring joy and love to the hearts of many.