Tag Archives: Everett P. Tuck Weaver

V-J Day

V-J Day Memories

V-J Day Memories: Where were you when? Gazette Article by: Jane Lord Appeared in the Gazette: Summer 1995 As the 50th anniversary of V-J Day approaches, some Winnetka residents recall their wartime experiences and where they were on August 14, 1945. Bob Woolson was stationed on Guam as a 1st lieutenant in the Army Air […]

660 Pine Street

<img src=”images/58t.jpg” class = “left” /> Gazette Article by: Nan Greenough Appeared in the Gazette: Spring 2010 One of the most distinctive houses in Winnetka stands at 660 Pine Street. It started out as a 1905 Arts and Crafts design by highly regarded architect W.C. Zimmerman (this is documented in the December 3, 1904 issue […]

House of the Season: 660 Pine Street

Gazette Article by: Nan Greenough Appeared in the Gazette: Spring 2010 The Weaver family has lived at 660 Pine Street for over 50 years. Everett P. “Tuck” Weaver remembers being attracted to the house as a perfect size for raising seven children. The family moved to Winnetka from Northbrook in 1960. One of the striking […]

In Memorium: Tuck Weaver

Gazette Article by: Nan Greenough Appeared in the Gazette: Fall/Winter 2012 Winnetka recently lost one of its true heroes. Everett P. “Tuck” Weaver died on September 17 at the age of 94. People lucky enough to know Tuck speak of him with reverence. Tuck was the epitome of the “greatest generation:” a World War II […]