As a father-in-law I was very fortunate to have him as mine. Before I even met his son, Billy, we had common bonds and I thought he was such a nice man. Unbeknown to either Billy or I he had suggested to a hospital employee where I was working that she should try to find his son a nice girl (and my dad also had spoke to the same woman about finding a nice guy without even knowing each other!) the rest is history, and he became a very much loved father-in-law to me. We shared so many common interests like baking, flowers and gardening-the list goes on. I could always count on a Christmas gift that was chosen with care from Dad Weber or just one that he thought I would like. The first and best gift of all was marrying his son and knowing that they were so similar, I knew what my future would look like from the start. Dad W. was a sweet, kind man who I loved and will miss always but never forget. Rest in Peace Dad Weber and catch up with all your family waiting in heaven! Love,Susan
Cousin Andy was such a great man. I have very fond memories of him from the bakery. I remember one of my jobs was cleaning the display cases while Aunt Sophie would make me a hot delicious buttered hard roll. Andy would always be around working. He had a nickname for me " Miss Crabtree", I remember always giggling when he called me that. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time. He is now in Heaven with the love of his life Dorothy.
Rest in Peace Andy
Love, Miss Crabtree
Dear Billy and Andy,
Sending my deepest condolences to you all and your families. So many memories to bring a smile to my face when I think of your Dad. The best of all was Andy, Bobby, Debbie and I sitting on my front porch waiting for him to come home from deliveries on a hot summer day and him saying "everybody in the pool!". Lol
Sending hugs. Janie