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David George Weber

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David George Weber

Birth
Ritzville, Adams County, Washington, USA
Death
5 Sep 2016 (aged 77)
Lind, Adams County, Washington, USA
Burial
Lind, Adams County, Washington, USA Add to Map
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PARENTS: Jacob and Margaret Weber


April 21, 1939 – September 5, 2016

David G Weber, 77, entered into rest Sept. 5, 2016 in Lind. He was born in Ritzville to Jacob and Margaret Weber on April 21, 1939.

He attended Ritzville schools, graduating in 1957. After graduation, he spent his whole life on the family farm in Ritzville, near Schrag. He was a member of the International Flying Farmers; 10-year member of the Adams County Fair Board; Adams County Cattleman’s Association and Immanuel Lutheran Church in Moses Lake. He served on the Adams County election board for many years. His life was totally devoted to his family and farm.

Dave was a simple man who loved and brought joy to all who knew him. He considered his nieces and nephews to be very special.

Surviving are his longtime best friend and caregiver Billie; his brother Jake (Alice) and his sister Janice (Alan); nieces Ellen (David), Rebecca, Hillary (Jared); nephew Steven (Ali) and great-nieces and -nephews.

Visitation will be public and held at Danekas Funeral Home, Ritzville Friday Sept. 9, 2016. A public graveside service will be held Saturday Sept. 10, 2016 at Lind Cemetery followed by a funeral Service at Lind Community Church.

(Source: Columbia Basin Herald, Posted: September 8, 2016)

*Full Names / Locations of survivors have been withheld to respect their privacy per FAG rules.
PARENTS: Jacob and Margaret Weber


April 21, 1939 – September 5, 2016

David G Weber, 77, entered into rest Sept. 5, 2016 in Lind. He was born in Ritzville to Jacob and Margaret Weber on April 21, 1939.

He attended Ritzville schools, graduating in 1957. After graduation, he spent his whole life on the family farm in Ritzville, near Schrag. He was a member of the International Flying Farmers; 10-year member of the Adams County Fair Board; Adams County Cattleman’s Association and Immanuel Lutheran Church in Moses Lake. He served on the Adams County election board for many years. His life was totally devoted to his family and farm.

Dave was a simple man who loved and brought joy to all who knew him. He considered his nieces and nephews to be very special.

Surviving are his longtime best friend and caregiver Billie; his brother Jake (Alice) and his sister Janice (Alan); nieces Ellen (David), Rebecca, Hillary (Jared); nephew Steven (Ali) and great-nieces and -nephews.

Visitation will be public and held at Danekas Funeral Home, Ritzville Friday Sept. 9, 2016. A public graveside service will be held Saturday Sept. 10, 2016 at Lind Cemetery followed by a funeral Service at Lind Community Church.

(Source: Columbia Basin Herald, Posted: September 8, 2016)

*Full Names / Locations of survivors have been withheld to respect their privacy per FAG rules.


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