Ojetta Flower Fleming-Weaver

Sunrise: May 17, 1984

Sunset: May 10, 2023

Ojetta Flower Weaver was affectionately called by many friends, “Flower” or “O.J.” at work. She was born in San Diego, California and later moved to various other cities and states, due to father being a Master Printer in the Navy. Flower was a very smart woman and loved by everyone. She graduated from Booker T. Washington High School. She would further her education at Tidewater Community College. Flower received employment with Navy Federal for 16 years. She was loved by all her co-workers and anyone she came in contact with. She always had the most beautiful smile that would brighten anyone’s day. Flower’s heart desire was to have a baby. She and her husband of 13 years, were blessed to conceive and birth, Dela Bayne Weaver in 2016, 1 pound and 6 ounces, a preemie that fought for her life. When Flower became ill with lung complications, she was placed on the list to receive a lung. Sadly, she would never receive her transplant. But we find solace in knowing that she fought for her life. Her presence will truly be missed.  

She leaves to cherish her memories: Husband – Jeremy Weaver; Daughter – Dela Rayne Weaver; Father – Marion Fleming; Mother – Mila Fleming; Sisters – Corinda Barnes, Mila Fleming Magalina Speller; and a host of nieces nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends that will truly miss and always love her. 

Rest in paradise baby girl. 

Viewing Monday, May 22, 2023 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM Metropolitan Funeral Service 7246 Granby Street Norfolk, Virginia

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    Shenita Howard says

    My sweet friend. I love you. So sorry you had to go. 💔

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    Vanna j says

    To the family in this trying time i asked GOD TO COVER YOU AND HEAL YOUR BROKEN HEARTS …YALL have a angel for ever now💖💖💖

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      Christoper Westray says

      I’m praying for the family, you were a wonderful person and very welcoming everytime I saw you. I’m really gonna miss you, heaven truly gained an angel

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    Tracey willingham says

    I’m glad I had a chance to grace your presence. May you rest 🙏 I’m the arms of the Lord.❤️

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    Courtneie Foreman Ngotho says

    💜Rest well baby girl. It was an honor and a privilege to have known you as friend. I love you💜

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    Eloise Madison says

    Sending my deepest sympathies to the family Ojetta was a wonderful coworker at the nex

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    Racy says

    I was so looking forward to our sisters circle. See you on the other side our sweet Flower 🌈🫶🏾✨🌹🪷🌻🌜🌛

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    Angel Arrington-Baskerville says

    Prayers to the family for strength and union. Your last post will forever hold a permanent memory and pray that it gives Dela comfort as she gets older that her mommy loved her beyond sight. May Jetta watch over her precious jewel Miss Dela and I pray your genuine love for others is poured into your babygirl. Sleep peacefully my friend💛

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    Marilyn Walker says

    Prayers to the family for the loss of your beautiful daughter, sibling, and our friend Ojetta. Your Navy Federal NSA Norfolk Family will miss you dearly but we thank God for the time and special bond that we had together. Your name means patient, persevering and strong willed and that describes the essence of who you are. You are missed but we will always have and continue to share the amazing memories of you as a beautiful women who always persevered.

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    Antoinette Roberson says

    Condolences to you and your loved ones during this time of grief. Ojetta will truly be missed.

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    Crystal Mayberry Watts says

    Ojetta, I will always remember our time as kids in Poplar Halls. I think of you fondly. My deepest condolences to your loved ones, especially your sweet baby girl. Rest in Paradise, sweet friend.

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    Corinda Fleming says

    My loving niece since the day you were born, I have been in your life. You were given the name Ojetta after your grandmother and flower because of your beauty just like a flower’
    My niece your days of suffering is no more, you fought a great fight to live, but god wanted you home to rest. We cannot doubt god because we were all born to die.
    I pledge to you that your daughter will honor and remember you for the rest of her life. She will succeed in life because of all the sacrifices you made for her by yourself. Although your physical presence is no longer here, she will feel your spiritual presence.
    Flower auntie and grandma hearts are broken, we will never forget you. Rest In Peace with our ancestor until we meet again in the after life.

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