Celebrating the life of

Louise (Weazy) Hoch Scott Sullivan

Passed away on May 07, 2020

Louise (Weazy) Hoch Scott Sullivan

Louise (Weazy) Hoch Scott Sullivan, age 57 of Savannah, GA, died on May 7, 2020 from injuries sustained in a traffic accident. She was born to Richard and Louise (Derby) Hoch on June 29, 1962 in Allentown, PA, and was raised in Whitehall, PA.

Weazy graduated from Whitehall High School in 1980, where she was a member of the color guard in the Whitehall High School Marching Band. Weazy worked as a unit clerk on the Burn Unit at Lehigh Valley Hospital Center in the late 1980s. After moving to Savannah, she was a surgical technician for Dr. E Ronald Finger for many years. For the past ten years Weazy and her husband enjoyed a career in the transportation industry as team drivers, first for USXpress for five years, and since 2016 as owner-operators of their own company, Team Time LLC.

Weazy was the youngest of six children, and she played that role perfectly as entertainer and ring leader of shenanigans, always with high-spirited behavior and a huge heart. She had a fun, outgoing personality, was a friend to all she met, and was always up for an adventure. Weazy will be remembered for being generous, strong, positive, energetic, and courageous. She enjoyed traveling (and had visited all fifty states), buying thoughtful gifts for others, and spending time with her family. Weazy’s dream was to retire to a mountain cabin by a babbling brook.

Survivors include her husband, Tom Sullivan; her children, Diana Scott (Kyle Petty) of Acworth, GA and Sam Scott of Kennesaw, GA; her stepchildren, Lauren Durrence (Chase) of Savannah, GA and Ceanne Talty (Danny) of Columbia, SC; and step-grandchildren Rylee, Laden, and Oliver Durrence and Sullivan Talty. In addition, she is survived by her sisters Debbie Hennessy (Tom) of Clemson SC, Tami Jones (Jimmy) of Allentown PA, Dona Hoch of Peoria, AZ, and Paula McMahon (Tom) of Peoria, AZ. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Weazy was preceded in death by her parents, her brother Richard Hoch II (Debi), and Sam Scott, Jr., the father of her children.

Due to COVID-19, the family will not hold a memorial service at this time but will have one this summer on Tybee Island.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to support the expenses incurred by this tragedy to



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We are deeply saddened by your loss of your wife. We are thinking of you during this time of sorrow. Losing a loved one is difficult. We'll keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

- Horwith Family, Northampton, PA

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time. We pray that God’s peace and love will surround you.

- Nicholas, Knoxville , TN

You will be missed..heaven gained an angel...I feel blessed to have been your childhood neighbor...the pool. Watering greenhouses..going on deliveries..prayers to your family

- Theresa Kiena, Las Vegas, NV

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- Pm sauers, Savannah, Ga

Weazy is remembered with such love and joy by all who had the honor of knowing her. Sending prayers and love at such a difficult time.

- Malena and Dudley Stone, Savannah, GA

Please accept my condolences for the loss of your loved one.

- Lynne Boatright, Savannah, GA

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- Diana Scott, Acworth, GA

I used to work with Weazy at Fullerton Pool back in the early 80s. I have such fond memories of that time. She was such a lovely person and friend. She will be missed by many.

- Liz Deutsch Murphy, Silver Spring, MD

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family - so very sorry for your loss- May you find God’s grace sufficient during this time - love you

- Joy and Chuck Holt, Hilliard , Ohio

I truly don’t have adequate words. Weazy and Tom were members of the Tybee Marine Rescue Squadron. Weazy could make any event fun. Her enthusiasm and positive attitude were infectious. One Memorial Day weekend my wife and I had dinner at McElwee’s, and Weazy asked were we ready for the big weekend? Lynn remarked we couldn’t find buttermilk for the next morning’s biscuits. Weazy disappeared for a minute and returned with a paper sack with 1/2 gallon of buttermilk. Thanks to Weazy we had Tybee’s first bar tab for buttermilk. Weazy’s death makes me sad, but her memory still makes me smile. Thank you God for Weazy.

- Chuck Eaton, Tybee Island, GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel

  • A Celebration of Life Will Be held at a later date