William Weber

June 8, 1929 - October 24, 2010

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WEBER, William “Bill”, loving husband of Mary Anne (nee Horst) for 59 years, devoted and dear father of Marilyn (George) Stegeman, Deborah (Jerry) Reinstatler and Allison (Richard) Erickson. Adored grandfather of Karen Stegeman, John (Kelli Riehle) Stegeman, Rachel (Matt) Vultaggio, Mary Stegeman, Billy (Sara Henretty) Reinstatler, Jimmy, Joey and Katie Reinstatler, Adam, Ryan and Anna Erickson. Cherished brother of Betty (Wendell) Nash, Roslyn (James) Pavone and Janet (Gary) Smith. Beloved brother-in-law of William Horst, Judy Horst, Carl and Marien Horst and the late Patricia Horst and Michael Horst. Numerous nieces and nephews as well great-nieces and great-nephews. Sunday, October 24, 2010, age 81 years. Bill was born June 8, 1929 in Cincinnati, son of the late William Adam and Rachel Aileen (nee Bishop) Weber. Bill joined the Navy at 17 and proudly served in the Korean War aboard the USS Gurke, DD-783. After 10 years of naval service, Bill re-joined civilian life and eventually, the workforce at Procter & Gamble Ivorydale for 35 years. Active volunteer and member of St Ann Church in Groesbeck with the Holy Name Society, Turkey Shoot, Festival and as CYO football coach. Graduate of Xavier University. Member of the American Legion (Delaware, OH post) and the Tin Can Sailors. Despite a great German surname, Bill honored his Irish heritage by supporting the local Irish dance community and by being a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. Bill served the AOH as a Division and County Board President. Lifetime membership was conferred by the AOH National Board and Bill was the most recent recipient of the Kevin Barry award, the highest mark of distinction, respect and regard the AOH can bestow upon a member. This award announced to all what his family has always known: Bill was one of the good ones, a loyal and loving family man with a good humor and smile that could charm anyone. He will be missed. Please join us as we celebrate his life. Visitation Friday, October 29th, 4pm – 8pm at Hodapp Funeral Home, 6041 Hamilton Ave, College Hill 45224. Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, October 30th, 10:00am at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel, Summit Country Day School, 2161 Grandin Road, 45208. Burial St Joseph New Cemetery. Memorials to Project St. Patrick, c/o Frank Kearney Jr,, HC Sec, P.O. Box 391, Meridien, CT 06451 or SDS/MSA (Shy-Drager Syndrome/Multiple Systems Atrophy) Support Group, 8311 Brier Creek Parkway, Suite 105-434, Raleigh, NC 27617.


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Ann Brown - Oct 28, 2010

My family extends condolences to you and yours.

Robert P. & Ann Brown, Jr.
Guardian Angels Church Choir

MARTY BOCKHOLD - Oct 28, 2010

DEAR MARY ANN & FAMILY:

PLEASE ACCEPT MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY IN YOUR LOSS OF BILL. MY HEART GOES OUT TO ALL OF YOU AND KNOW THAT YOU ARE BEING REMEMBERED IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.

FONDLY – MARTY BOCKHOLD

Barb Deck - Oct 28, 2010

Mary Anne & Family,
My deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers to all of you. He was a very thoughtful and caring person.
Blessings & Love, Barb Deck