The Tri-County Obituary Project

Huerfano County, Pueblo County, and Las Animas County, Colorado.



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Weaber, Elizabeth W.
Elizabeth W. Weaber - Pueblo Chieftain - December 15, 2004 - Elizabeth W. Weaber, 91, passed away Dec. 13, 2004. She is preceded in death by her husband, Harold R. Weaber. She is survived by her daughter, Jeannine Claffey of Colorado Springs; her grandchildren, Vicki (Michael) Chase of Colorado Springs and Dianna Claffey of Liberty Hill, Texas. She was a longtime member of the First Baptist Church of Pueblo and was a Blue Lady at Parkview Hospital for many years. Graveside service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may make donations through the funeral home office to the Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center in Salida, Colo.

Wear, Eunice Emma
Eunice Emma Wear - Pueblo Chieftain - December 22, 2002 - Eunice Emma Wear, born Nov. 25, 1911, in Winfield, Kan., passed away Dec. 20, 2002. She is preceded in death by her parents, Joseph W. and Nora B. Hoover; husband, Leonard L. Wear, 1957; also preceded in death by children, Dixie, Vesta, Mary and Betty. She is survived by children, Fae Metzger, Esther (Ivin) Emrick, Vera (John) Schermerhorn, Donald Wear, Lois Glover, Ovella (Ray) Booker, Earl (Patricia) Wear, Cecil (Gretchen) Wear, Larry Wear. Also survived by numerous grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Funeral service, 11 a.m. Monday, T.G. McCarthy Rose Chapel. Interment to follow at 3:30 p.m. at Pritchett Cemetery, Pritchett, Colo.

Weatherred, Alice H.
Alice H. Weatherred - Pueblo Chieftain - January 09, 2002 - Age 91, passed away Jan. 6, 2002. Services, 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Peacock Family Chapel. Interment, Fairmount Cemetery. Visitation from 8 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. today at the funeral home.

Weathers, Sylvia E.
Sylvia E. Weathers - Pueblo Chieftain - June 21, 2000 - Sylvia E. Weathers, 71, passed away suddenly June 18, 2000. Born Feb. 28, 1929, in Mora, N.M. Survived by brother-in-law, Arturo Cordova of Pueblo; brother, Joseph (Delores) Weathers; and sisters, Jane (Bill) Portwood and Andrea Weathers, all of New Mexico. Services and interment, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Imperial Memorial Gardens Chapel/Cemetery.

Weaver, Carol Sue
Carol Sue Weaver - Pueblo Chieftain - March 22, 1986 - Carol Sue Weaver, late of Pueblo, died Friday, March 21, 1986, at a local hospital. Survived by children, Tawnya Weaver, Donna Weaver, and Raymond Weaver, all of Pueblo. Also survived by one granddaughter, Heather Weaver, Pueblo; two brothers, Clyde E. (Gerry) Brooks, Donald C. (Vera) Brooks; one sister, Marjorie G. McGuire of Pueblo; and numerous nieces and nephews. Born Aug. 24, 1940, in La Veta; Pueblo resident since 1942. Preceded in death by her parents, Clyde H. and Mildred C. Brooks. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Monday, Bible Missionary Church, 1722 W. 27th St. At her request, cremation, Davis-Wallin Crematory. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Pueblo County Heart Unit, P.O. Box 1658, Pueblo, Colo. 81002. The family requests the omission of food.

Weaver, Christian Louis
Christian Louis "Chris" Weaver - Pueblo Chieftain - November 05, 1999 - Christian Louis "Chris" Weaver, affectionately known as Lumpy passed away at age 51, on Nov. 3, 1999. Husband of Mary Weaver of the family home and father of Donald (Elizabeth) Weaver, Andrew Weaver and Jennifer Weaver, all of Denver. Son of Frances Weaver, Pueblo; and brother of Allison (Roger) Swift, Humble, Texas, Ross (Judy) Weaver, Pueblo, and Matthew (Sherry) Weaver of Walsenburg. Son-in-law of James and Ethel Cook, Grants Pass, Ore. Also survived by numerous nieces; nephews; brothers-in-law; sisters-in-law; aunts and uncles. He was a friend of Bill W for 24 years. Chris was predeceased by his father, Dr. John Weaver. Member of Ascension Episcopal Church, the Pacaderym Club and the Pueblo Urban Renewal Authority. Upon graduation from USC in 1978 he went to work for the accounting firm of McDonald, Halbig. He and Mary opened their own accounting practice in 1985 and maintained the business for 10 years. He entered the stock brokerage business after his term on City Council, working first for Smith Barney, then Everen Securities and most recently, Centennial Bank in Blende. Cremation. Chris' life will be celebrated at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Ascension Episcopal Church. The service will be conducted by Pastor Ephraim Radner. The family will greet friends in the church hall following the service to commemorate the fact that he was happy, joyous and free. He was a miracle. Please omit flowers. Memorials may be made in his name in care of Centennial Bank of Blende.

Weaver, Donna Gale
Donna Gale Weaver - Pueblo Chieftain - July 28, 2003 - Donna Gale Weaver passed away July 23, 2003, in Pueblo. Donna was born Oct. 2, 1965. She loved animals and worked with her sister, Tawnya at Doggie Do's and Kitty's Too for the past five years. She was preceded in death by her mother, Carol, in 1986. Her survivors include her father, Raymond C. Weaver Sr.; sister, Tawnya J. Weaver; brother, Raymond C. Weaver Jr.; nieces, Heather, Stacy and Jennifer Weaver; as well her nephew, Joshua Weaver, all of Pueblo; as well as other relatives. Cremation in the Davis Crematory. The family will receive friends at 2028 Cambria Drive in Pueblo from 2 until 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 3, 2003. Donations in memory of Donna may be sent to The Weaver Family at 2028 Cambria Drive, Pueblo, CO 81001.

Weaver, Frances Jensen Allison
Frances Jensen Allison Weaver - Pueblo Chieftain - January 27, 2004 - Frances Jensen Allison Weaver, born in McPherson, Kan., on Sept. 24, 1924, to John and Marn Allison, died on Jan. 25, 2004. Preceded in death by her husband, John Louis Weaver, M.D.; her son, Christian Louis Weaver; and her sister, Mary Marn Allison. Survived by her children, Allison (Roger) Swift, Mary Weaver, Ross (Judy) Weaver and Matthew (Sherry) Weaver; and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2004, Ascension Episcopal Church. Reception to follow at the Pueblo Country Club. In lieu of food and flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Frances Weaver Memorial Fund in care of the funeral home office.

Weaver, Freda E.
Freda E. Weaver - Pueblo Chieftain - November 18, 2000 - Freda E. Weaver, 104, of Blanca. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 21 at the United for Christ Church in Blanca. Interment, Blanca Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the United for Christ Building Fund, c/o Alice Smith, Smith Store in Blanca.

Weaver, Jackie
Jackie Weaver - Pueblo Chieftain - August 28, 2003 - Jackie Weaver, a long time resident of Pueblo, died and entered her Lord's glory on Monday, Aug. 25, 2003, at her home. Jackie was born on May 28, 1923, as Eleanor Jackson Leatherman to Daniel and Ruth Leatherman in Frederick, Md. She grew up in Jacksonville, Fla., and Winchester, Va. She received her bachelor of science degree in chemistry and biology from James Madison College, now James Madison University, in Harrisonburg, Va., in 1944. After working as a chemist in the New York City perfume industry, she married D.A. Weaver on Sept. 8, 1946, at the First Presbyterian Church in Winchester, Va. D.A.'s career took them to Dallas, State College and Pittsburgh, Pa., West Lafayette, Ind., Chicago, Wausau, Wis., and Tucson. They settled in Pueblo in 1978. Jackie will be forever remembered as a devoted, loving and gentle wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She was active in the Presbyterian churches of Wausau and Pueblo, faithfully singing in both church choirs as well as serving in youth ministry. She also was involved with the Christian Women's Club, the Reach-for-Recover program of the American Cancer Society and the Pueblo Kiwanis Club. She loved her many Bible study friends and supported countless friends and family members through prayer. Survivors include her loving husband of 57 years, D.A. Weaver of Pueblo; her two daughters, Tia (Lael) Nielsen of Indianapolis, and Dr. Jann Cather Weaver of St. Paul; her two sons, Jackson Dell (Susan) Weaver of Seattle and Gregory (Ann) Weaver of Eau Claire, Wis. Also surviving her are 12 grandchildren, three foster children and an adopted child through the World Vision Ministries. She was preceded in death by her parents; and her sisters, Virginia and Sarah. Memorials may be made to the First Presbyterian Church in Pueblo or the American Cancer Society through the funeral home. A memorial service, to celebrate and give thanks for her life, will be held 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 29, 2003, at the First Presbyterian Church, 10th and Court, in Pueblo. Jackie touched many lives, more than she ever knew, and will be fondly remembered. Her warm smile, active faith in Jesus Christ, attentive service and genuine interest in others will be her legacy. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com.

Weaver, Raymond C.
Raymond C. Weaver - Pueblo Chieftain - November 24, 2004 - Raymond C. Weaver, 61, went to be with the Lord on Nov. 20, 2004. He was born on Nov. 3, 1943, in Buffalo, Ohio. Raymond served in the U.S. Army and then he worked for the railroad for over 30 years. He is survived by his parents, Martin and Anita Glayda; sisters, Joyce Manks and Sharon Phillips. He is also survived by his wife, Sharon Weaver; his children, Tawyna Weaver and Raymond C. Weaver Jr.; his stepchildren, Sherry (Doug) DeNoyer, Jeannie Briquelet, Rick (Linda) Reynolds, Evely Keller, Karen Benevidas; and his grandchildren, Heather, Stacy, Jennifer and Josh Weaver, Daniel DeNoyer, Destiny Bowman, Justin McCluskey, Ashly and Andrew Madrid and Amara Briquelet. He is preceded in death by one daughter, Donna Weaver; and one grandson, Derek DeNoyer. Memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel, with a reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Weaver, Wayne Francis
Wayne Francis Weaver – Albuquerque Journal – January 5, 1999 - Wayne Francis Weaver, born December 13, 1927 in Larned, KS, died December 30, 1998 in Albuquerque of cancer. After growing up in Kansas, he served with the rank of Corporal in the United States Army, Quarter Master Corps from 1950 to 1953 and was posted in Goeppingen, Germany. He was a life member of VFW Post 6492 in Seibert, CO. He raised his family in the Trinidad, CO area and taught many years at Trinidad State Junior College. Most recently he managed a small business in Albuquerque and retired this October to Seibert, CO. He is survived by Mary Weaver; and their children, Sam and April Weaver, Jon Weaver, Laurie and Randy Hancock, Jason and Jeneane Weaver, Aron Weaver; and 11 grandchildren. He is also survived by brothers and sisters, Velma and Al Getty, Don and Verda Weaver, Tom Weaver, Margaret and Ken Potter, Dallas Weaver; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents, William B. and Mathilda Weaver; his brother, LaVerne Weaver; his sister and brother-in-law, Pat and Larry Leoffler; an infant sister; and a son, Lucas. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 2, 1999 at the Community Church in Seibert, CO. Contributions in Wayne's name to VFW Post 649 in Seibert, CO or the American Cancer Society are welcome.

Webb, A. E.
A. E. "Gus" Webb - Pueblo Chieftain - July 28, 2002 - A. E. "Gus" Webb, 77, born Aug. 3, 1924, and passed away July 25, 2002, in Pueblo, Colo. He is preceded by parents, Garland and Ruby Webb; and his wife of 48 years, A. Jean Webb. Survived by daughters, Mary Lou (Sam) George, Jackie (Jeff) Dorenkamp; grandchildren, Susan, Alexa, Jim, E.J.; great-grandchild, Kain; sister, Kathryn Gamble; four nephews and numerous special friends. Gus was born in Stratford, Texas, and at an early age moved with his family to the Avondale, Colo., area. A few months before graduating high school he left to serve his country during World War II. While in the army he served in the European Theatre of Operations and the Battle of the Bulge. After four faithful years of service he returned to Avondale. In 1947, he married A. Jean Walter. Over the next six years, two daughters, Mary Lou and Jackie were born. Gus was a cowboy in the true sense, ranching was his life, love and pastime. He is well-known for being an avid rodeo fan. For more than 30 years Gus supplied roping steers for various rodeo events. Gus was a man's man and he knew just about all there is to know about horses and cattle. As a true family man he spent quality time playing pranks and teaching life lessons like "it's not nice to run people over" to his grandchildren. He will be sadly missed by all those who knew him. Visitation, 5 to 7 p.m. today at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Monday, July 29, at T.G. McCarthy Rose Chapel. Interment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery with military honors by Pueblo Veteran Ritual Team. Donations can be made in Gus's name to the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund or Vineland United Methodist Church, 1587, 36 Lane, Vineland, CO 81006.

Webb, David Robert
David Robert Webb - Pueblo Chieftain - June 03, 2001 - David Robert Webb, 86, Cheyenne, Wyo., resident, passed away June 2, 2001 at a local hospital. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

Webb, Frank
Frank Webb - Rocky Mountain News – May 30, 1911 – Frank Webb at Pueblo, May 29. Dairy employee who was gored by a bull Saturday, died today. The remains will be taken to Kansas for interment.

Webb, Haskell Raymond
Haskell Raymond “Hack” Webb - Greenhorn Valley News - February 23, 2001 - Haskell Raymond “Hack” Webb. Funeral services for Hack Webb were conducted at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, February 11, 2001, from the Strong City, OK Baptist Church with Andy Taylor, DeWayne Clap and Bobby Stewart officiating. Interment followed in the Strong City Cemetery under the direction of the Martin Funeral home of Elk City. Haskell Raymond “Hack” Webb was born June 30, 1918 at Booneville, Arkansas to Levi and Nell (Scherer) Webb and died Thursday, at the age 82. He arrived in Elk City with his parents when he was a boy. He attended several country schools while the family lived at Alleeville near the Kiowa Community. Hack worked on the Allee and the Herring Ranches before he moved to San Bernardino, CA in 1938 where he worked as a carpenter. He served his country in the US Army during WWII. He served overseas in North Africa and Italy. He was discharged in 1945 and on May 31, 1945 Hack was married to Dessie Mae Stuart at Hammon and they made their first home on the Herring Ranch. In 1960 they bought a place near Strong City and they have lived in that community since. Hack was a farmer and rancher and a well known rodeo announcer. He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Newell and Jerry; and a half brother, Merle. Survivors include his wife, Dessie May Webb of the home; two children, Joe Raymond Webb and wife Patricia Nell of John Day, Oregon, Donna Marie Bozell and husband Kenneth of Rue, Colorado; one brother, Phill Webb of Elk City; four sisters, Ilatren Loyd of Elk City; LaRue Whisengunt of Hobbs, New Mexico, Phyllis Swing of Oklahoma City; one grandson, Dr. Eric Raymond Webb and wife Ryanne of Grants Pass, Oregon; and great grandson, Cormac Mitchell Webb of Grants Pass, Oregon.

Webb, Howard M.
Howard M. Webb - Pueblo Chieftain - February 19, 1987 - Howard M. Webb, a Pueblo resident from 1946 to 1985, late of Dumas, Texas, passed away Feb. 16. Mr. Webb was a member of St. Paul Methodist Church. He retired from CF&I in 1974. Mr. Webb was preceded in death by his first wife, Florence Webb, in 1983, after 55 years of marriage. Survivors include his wife, Bernice Webb, of the family home in Dumas, Texas; one daughter, Drucilla (Sparky) Lee of Pueblo; one son, John (Shirley) Webb of Oakdale, La.; two stepdaughters, Jimmie Ruth (Bob) Pruet of Dumas, Texas, and Debbie Jessen of Cheyenne, Wyo. Also survived by two brothers, Walter (Maxine) Webb of Pueblo and Warren (Ruth) Webb of Montesano, Wash. Also survived by four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Adrian Comer Garden Chapel with the Rev. William Obaugh officiating. Interment will be in Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Webb, Isabelle Atkins
Isabelle “Belle” Atkins Webb – Telluride Daily Journal – March 16, 1906 – Frightful Wreck – Fast Passenger Trains Meet in Head On Collision – Note: Belle Webb is listed among the dead of the Adobe Train Disaster, March 16, 1906. Belle Webb: From Yampa, Colorado. Source: Colorado newspaper coverage. Wray Rattler - April 06, 1906 - Belle Webb, Keystone, Wyoming - Fearful Wreck and Loss of Life in D. & R. G. Railroad Collision - Pueblo – The Adobe wreck will rank as one of the great railroad disasters in the history of railroading. For complete coverage click the following link: Adobe Train Wreck, 1906

Webb, James
James Webb - Anchorage Daily News - June 8, 2005 - Anchorage, AK - James F. Webb, 54, of Nenana and Trinidad, Colo., died as a result of injuries suffered in an automobile accident April 3, 2005, near Nenana. A memorial service will be held later in Norwalk, Conn. Mr. Webb was born May 16, 1950, in Norwalk to Lillian Webb and the late H. Foster Webb. He graduated from Norwalk High School in 1968, from Trinidad State Junior College in Trinidad, Colo., and from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. He worked for 26 years as an engineer for Yutana Barge Lines in Nenana and owned and operated a machine shop in Trinidad during the winter months. He was a professional machinist and gunsmith. Mr. Webb is survived by his mother, Lilliam Webb of Norwalk; brother and sister-in-law, Jonathan and Anita Webb; a niece, Annemarie; and two nephews, Alexander and Matthew, all of Dover, Pa. Arrangements are with Witzleben Family Funeral Home.

Webb, John Dell
John Dell Webb - Riverside Press Enterprise - April 06, 1993 - John Dell Webb, 77, died Thursday of lung disease at Kaiser Hospital in Fontana. Burial was in San Jacinto Valley Cemetery in San Jacinto. Virgin Mortuary in Hemet handled arrangements. Mr. Webb, who was born in Walsenburg, Colo., lived in Hemet 20 years. He was an engineer for various aircraft companies for 30 years. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He is survived by his brothers, Adam of Anaheim and Gerald of The Dalles, Ore. The Press-Enterprise, Riverside, CA.

Webb, Lena A.
Lena A. Webb - Pueblo Chieftain - November 26, 1998 - Lena A. Webb, 90, passed away Nov. 22, 1998. Survived by her children, Henry T. Ballinger, Pueblo, William H. Ballinger and Mrs. Jean McClure- 16 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her son, Joseph Ballinger. Mrs. Webb worked for Western Union, Arrow Shirt Company and Fort McPherson, retiring after 27 years of service in communications, all in Atlanta, Ga. She earned her GED after retirement and was a member of Belmont Baptist Church. will be held 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the Villa Pueblo Towers Penthouse. Concluding services and interment will be in Atlanta.

Webb, Mae Louise
Mae Louise Sauer Webb - Pueblo Chieftain - September 16, 2003 - Mae Louise Sauer Webb, died Sept. 13, 2003, in Pueblo, Colo. Born Oct. 7, 1906, at Murphysboro, Ill. Beloved wife of Thurlow D. Webb. Daughter of the late Albert N. Sauer and the late Mary R. Thorp Sauer. Widow of Livingston B. “Bud” Yourtee; mother of the late Livingston W. Yourtee and the late Ruth Yourtee Cole; sister of the late William J. Sauer. She is survived by her husband; nephew, Harold K. Webb of Security; son-in-law, William W. Cole of Yukon, Okla.; eight grandchildren, Jean Yourtee Clark, Rising Sun, Md., Nancy Yourtee Brewster, Baltimore, Patricia Yourtee Dyer, Taylor, Ark., Janet Cole Waggoner, Fort Collins, William D. Cole, Kapolei, Hawaii, Robert L. Cole, Manchester, Mich., John E. Cole, Glen Ellyn, Ill. and James A. Cole, Rogers, Ark.; 13 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. Mae and Bud were married in June 1926 in Chester, Ill. As a young woman, Mae worked as the bookkeeper for the family business, the Yourtee-Roberts Sand Co. After Bud's death in 1948, Mae and her son ran the business until 1950. Mae married Thurlow Webb in August 1950. Mae and Thurlow were both politically active. Mae served the Republican Party in a variety of leadership positions at the state and county level. Her work in local politics fueled her interest in public education. In 1962, she graduated from McKendree College and began her career as an elementary school teacher. She taught school at Scott Air Force Base, and in the public schools of Okawville and Red Bud, Ill. Mae and Thurlow moved to Security in 1977, where they were members of the Mountain View Presbyterian Church. Mae was a life member of the Daughters of the Nile, Ruhamah Temple No. 71. Mae and Thurlow moved to Pueblo in 1991. As per her request, cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A memorial service is planned for Oct. 7, 2003, which is Mae's 97 birthday. Details to be announced later. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

Webb, Mary E.
Mary Elizabeth Webb - Huerfano World - March 21, 2002 - Mary Elizabeth (Jarrard) Webb went to be with the Lord on March 2, 2002, after a brief battle with pneumonia. She was born on July 9, 1910 in Oakwood, TX. Everyone who knew her called her "Mamaw." She had a tremendous impact on the lives of people she met as early as we can remember, beginning when she taught the three-year-olds at Riverside Baptist Church. For many years she helped Dr. Skripka care for the children on the south side of San Antonio. She spent most of the last 25 years in Cuchara, where she was a much cherished member of the community. Her mind was very keen and she never lost her sense of humor. She was an over comer all of her life and continually inspired those whom she knew. She was preceded in death by her husband, J. Henry; her son, John “Buggs” Jr.; and an infant daughter, Mary Sue. She is survived by her daughters, Blye Hunt and Billicarole Simmons, and their husbands, Samar and A.L.; daughter-in-law, Sharon Webb; grandchildren, Paula Durrett, Laran Philpott, Genna Philpott, Barrett Evans, Sandy Burleson, Warren Evans, Wendy Webb Sachs and Shannon Webb Baker; and great-grandchildren, John David and Laura Evans, Scott Wenzel, Barrett Jr., Billicarol II and Selah Evans, Garrett and Evan Burleson, Lauren Horner and Teryl and Benjamin Sachs, Texas. Services and burial were on Tuesday, March 5, 2002 at Mission Park South in San Antonio. There will be a memorial service at Cuchara Chapel on July 6, 2002 at 3 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Cuchara Chapel.

Webb, Mary M.
Mary M. Webb - Pueblo Chieftain - January 04, 2002 - Age 81, born Feb. 29, 1920, passed away Jan. 2, 2002. Predeceased by her husband, Cecil Webb; grandson, Jesse Webb; brothers, Thomas, Joseph and James; and sister, Sister Maria Theresa. She is survived by her children, Richard (Sandra) Webb and Janet (Bud) Jensen; grandchildren, Cecilia Webb, Jim Freund, Edward Webb, James Webb, Erik Jensen, Will Jensen, Jennifer Horton; and 12 great-grandchildren. Mary was an active member of St. Pius X parish, where services will be held. Rosary, 7 p.m. Sunday, and Funeral Mass, 2 p.m. Monday. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the Pueblo Grande Mobile Home Park Clubhouse, 999 Fortino Blvd., following the interment.

Webb, T. D.
T.D. Webb - Pueblo Chieftain - October 23, 2005 - T.D. Webb, 90, passed away on Oct. 20, 2005. He is survived by his nephew, H. Keith (Shirley) Webb of Fountain, Colo.; and sister, Fern Trick of Phoenix, Ariz.; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his beloved wife, Mae Louise Sauer Webb. T.D. was a master musician who taught in public schools in Illinois until he moved to Colorado in 1977. He was an active mason in Illinois and an active member and director of the local Shriners Band. At his request there will be no viewing or services. Cremation through Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

Webb, Walter E.
Walter E. Webb - Pueblo Chieftain - November 17, 2000 - Walter E. Webb, passed away Nov. 15, 2000, in Pueblo. Walter was born Match 5, 1919, in Heyborne, Idaho, and had been a Pueblo resident since 1940. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and was employed at SoCo Lumber for many years before his retirement. Walter was preceded in death by his daughter, Sharron Johnson; grandson, Chris Gilmore; two brothers; and one sister. His survivors include his wife of 59 years, Maxine, of Pueblo; son, Chuck Webb, of Washington; daughters, Debbie (Wayne) Langston, of Pueblo, and Bev (George) Hurless, of Missouri; son-in-law, Gene (Flo) Johnson; grandchildren, Rod Johnson, David (Julia) Webb, Don Langston, Tonya (Tom Schell) Schaffer, Michelle Langston, and Kimi and Wes Hurless; great-grandchildren, Brandon and Devon Schaffer; as well as special friends, Tom Justice, Gordon Bothwell and John French; several nieces and nephews. Cremation in the Davis Crematory. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2000, in the Davis Memorial Chapel with Pastor Harold Tuttle officiating. In lieu of food and flowers, the family suggests donations to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice either direct or through the mortuary.

Webber, Joseph
Joseph Webber - Blue Valley Times - August 15, 1913 - John Somplaski, alias Joseph Stein, alias Joseph Webber, who was charged with swindling banks in Colorado Springs and Pueblo, hanged himself in the jail at Leadville.

Weber, Clayton C.
Clayton C. “Doc” Weber - Pueblo Chieftain - June 02, 2002 - Clayton C. “Doc” Weber, 97, passed away May 29, 2002, in Pueblo, Colo. Born June 5, 1904, in Benton Harbor, Mich. Preceded in death by his parents; wife, Margene; sister, Gretchen Seaburg; and brother, Donald Weber. Survived by his stepdaughter, Darla Knuth; grandchildren, Diana, David and Donna Knuth; great-grandchildren, Dustin, Cody, Kyle, Ashley and Sara Knuth; niece, Phyllis (Bud) Shankland; nephew, Denny (Nancy) Weber; great-niece, Lyn Ann Ballard; and great-nephews, Neal (Monica) Weber, John (Karen) Weber and Mark Shankland. Clayton was a longtime resident of La Junta, Colo., where he was a physician/surgeon for over 60 years. He was a graduate of Benton Harbor High with a full football scholarship to Wabash College, attended Rush Medical College at the University of Chicago, and was a resident physician and surgeon at Denver General before going to La Junta. Taking time from his practice he served in the U.S. Navy Medical Corps, the rank of Lt. Commander, he was Chief Medical Officer at the Port of San Francisco upon honorable discharge. He was on the Board of the Arkansas Valley Regional Medical Center in La Junta, and served on the board and staff at the VA Centers in Las Animas and in La Junta. Clayton was a member of the Elks and was also a Mason. Doc was an avid football fan, often having two games on at the same time. He was the captain of the football team in college, and his favorite life experience was playing against the Four Horseman of Notre Dame Second Team All-American. Doc did not share this with his family until later in life being the private man that he was. In his spare time away from his busy schedule you would find him on his deck or in his yard catching a little sun. Clayton was a hardworking and giving man who will be sadly missed by his family, friends and past patients. His favorite phrase was, “Call me if you need anything.” Doc retired at the age of 94, moving to Pueblo to be with his family. (Bye Doc our Rock). Memorial service, 10 a.m. Monday, June 10, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel with inurnment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of choice in his memory.

Weber, Dale D.
Dale D. Weber - Pueblo Chieftain - March 24, 2000 - Dale D. Weber, 77, of Eads, died March 22, 2000, in St. Mary-Corwin hospital, Pueblo. Born on April 3, 1922, in Eads, Colo. Survived by wife, Camilla Weber of Eads; children, Beverly (Elmer) Christiansan, Minturn, Norma Jean Ball, Long Beach, Calif., Linda (Harley) Voth, Eads, Richard Dale Weber, Eads, Janice M. Gerber, Red Cliff, Donna R. (Michael) Klose, Hillsboro, Kan.; sisters, Louise "Sis" (Charles) Howard, Seabrook, Texas, Dixie (Bud) Bennett, Edgewater, Sandra (Ray) Childs, Colorado Springs; 16 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and other relatives. Preceded in death by father, one son, one grandson and one granddaughter. Service, 2 p.m. Sunday, March 26, 2000, at Brown Funeral Home with Rev. James Naumann officiating. Burial, Eads Cemetery. Visitation, 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday at Brown Funeral Home in Eads. Memorial contributions to Weisbrod Nursing Home Auxiliary.

Weber, Edna Mae
Edna Mae Weber - Pueblo Chieftain - December 05, 1999 - Edna Mae Weber passed away Nov. 24, 1999, in the loving embrace of her family at home in Pueblo. Edna was born on the family farm in Trego County, Kansas on Dec. 22, 1923, to Jacob and Katharina Kerth Armbruster. She attended school in Trego County and graduated from Trego Community High School in Wakeeney, Kan., in 1942. Edna was united in marriage to Alfred Weber on June 24, 1952. They lived in Kit Carson and Limon where she opened and operated several restaurants before moving to Pueblo in 1994, where they operated the Ramada Inn Restaurant. Edna enjoyed crocheting and cooking. She was a kind and loving friend, mother, grandmother and sister. Mrs. Weber is survived by her former husband and good friend, Alfred Weber; her children, Ron (Sandy) Weber of Arvada, Debra Williams of Pueblo; four grandchildren, Zoe and Yetta Weber of Arvada, Jennifer Lewis of Texas, John Williams of Pueblo; a brother, Fritz (Marie) Armbruster of Kansas; five sisters, Carrie Armbruster, Eva Williams, Martha (Ernie) Mai, Loretta (Jim) Wilson, all of Kansas, and Olee Moden of Idaho. Funeral services were held on Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, in Wakeeney, Kan. Interment followed in the Mount Hope Cemetery in Ellis, Kan.

Weber, Jacob
Jacob “Jake” Weber – Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – May 18, 1876 – The Shooting At Rosita – Particulars of the Killing of Jake Weber – On Tuesday morning a special telegram was published in the Chieftain stating that a man named Jake Weber had been shot in Rosita by O. P. Townsend the proprietor of a saloon in that place. A gentleman just arrived from the neighborhood of Rosita gives us the following particulars of the affair: It appears that on Saturday evening a ball was given by the Turnverein of Rosita, and among those who attended it were several men from the Wet Mountain valley. One of these parties left his overcoat and scarf at Townsend's saloon, previous to going to the ball, and just before daylight, when the owner of the coat was ready to start for home, he in company with Weber and others, went to the saloon to get his property. On the arrival of the party there the man who owned the coat knocked at the door. Townsend inquired what was wanted and on being told, without striking a light, opened the door and handed out the clothing. He then closed the door and locked it. No sooner had Townsend done this than some one in the crowd, Weber it is supposed, threw a beer glass through the window into the saloon. Townsend, who seems to have expected some difficulty, immediately fired through the window, the ball striking Jake Weber on the left hip a short distance below the joint. A short time previously Weber had had some difficulty with Townsend and it seems the latter expected an attack from him. Directly after the shooting the wounded man was carried to the office of Dr. Sperry, who probed the wound but failed to find the ball. At first Weber was supposed not to be seriously wounded, but all day on Sunday he continued to sink until night when he died. A post mortem examination demonstrated the fact that the ball had struck a bone and was turned from its course, passing up into the bowels and severing the intestines in three places. Weber was, as we learn, a man of exceedingly quarrelsome disposition, and his death occasions but little regret among the people where he resided. The following story with reference to his doings shows the manner of man he was: A short time since he took his watch to a watchmaker in Rosita to be repaired. He called for it soon after and the watchmaker told him he could not have it unless he paid for the repairs. Weber immediately drew a six shooter and compelled the watchmaker not only to hand over the watch but also five dollars. If this story is true, Mr. Weber's decease will not be a very serious blow to the community in which he lived. Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – May 18, 1876 – The Rosita Shooting – Statement of Mr. O. P. Townsend – On Monday our reporter interviewed Mr. O. P. Townsend, now under arrest in this city, charged with the murder of Jacob Weber, in Rosita, on the 6th inst. Mr. Townsend has the appearance of a man who would not hunt up a quarrel or create a disturbance, and bears, as we understand, the reputation of being a quiet, law abiding citizen. His statement of the unfortunate affair, is as follows: On Saturday the 6th of May, between seven and eight o'clock in the evening, Conrad Snyder, Michael J. Snyder, John Schutlin and Jacob Weber came to Townsend's saloon and took a few drinks. All were sober and peaceable. One of the Snyders left his overcoat and scarf in the saloon, when he went away, saying that he would return and get it before he went home. The party then, with the exception of Weber, went to the German Turners' ball. Weber remained and played cards with some men who were in the saloon. Those who went to the ball came back about one o'clock. During the afternoon previous, Townsend had had some words with Schutlin's father, who is a bootmaker, with reference to the making of a pair of boots. On the return of the party the younger Schutlin called Townsend from behind the bar and accused him of insulting his (Schutlin's) father, and saying he could whip Townsend. Townsend said he wanted no disturbance and returned behind his bar. Schutlin kept on quarreling and daring Townsend out to fight. Townsend told him to be quiet or he would put him out, when one of the Snyders took up the quarrel and said that Townsend shouldn't do it. While this was going on, Weber and some of his friends had come up to the bar and called for beer, which Towsend, being engaged with the other parties, had failed to supply. Weber reached across the bar and struck Townsend on the nose, asked him if he was going to set up that beer, and at the same time drawing a revolver. The beer was forthcoming immediately. Weber then asked one of the Snyders to set up the beer, but he said he had no money and Townsend wouldn't trust. The other Snyder then said they would have all the beer they wanted and wouldn't pay a cent for it. Mr. Woodbury, the barkeeper, then went behind the bar and said they shouldn't have any row there. Weber called him to one side and said: “I have nothing against you but this d----d Townsend I'm going to clean out. This is stopped now but it ain't ended.” The party then had some more beer and all of (them) left and Townsend closed the place and went to bed. About half past three they returned and woke Townsend up. He inquired what they wanted and was told the overcoat and scarf. Townsend opened the door a short distance and handed the articles out, immediately closing the door and bracing it with a board placed under the lock. He then started to walk back towards his bed. The men outside then began to kick against the door, demanding admission. Townsend turned down the light and took up his revolver. Weber called out: “Why don't you open the door, call the boys in and set 'em up, and have some style about you, like a white man?” One of the crowd then remarked, “Let's break the d----d thing in and put a head on him if he won't give us something to drink!” Townsend then stepped up on a chair to look out of the upper part of the window and see what they were doing, the lower part being painted, when a beer mug was thrown through the window smashing the glass in his face. He then fired into the crowd with the intention of frightening them and struck Weber as before stated. At the preliminary examination some very contradictory swearing was done, and it came out that Schutlin threw the beer glass through the window. Pueblo Colorado Daily Chieftain – May 18, 1876 – Rosita – The Shooting of Jacob Weber – Editor Chieftain: - I notice an article in the Chieftain of the 11th, in regard to the shooting of Jacob Weber, which, for pure, unadulterated cussedness and falsehood, gets ahead of anything ever before brought to our notice. Weber, in said article, is represented as being a desperado. There never was a statement more utterly false, but on the contrary, Mr. Weber was a man of a very peaceful disposition, and was highly respected in this community, and his death is sincerely regretted by all, except a few particular (?) friends of his slayer. The statement that Weber had a difficulty with O. P. Townsend, is also untrue. It was two brothers by the name of Snyder and one John Chittlet who had the difficulty with Townsend, and Weber acted as peace-maker. I don't know who the gentleman from Rosita is, who furnished those statements for the Chieftain, but I do think that a person who could willfully and maliciously malign a man in his grave, unworthy to bear the appellation of gentleman. The facts that came out in evidence on the examination before Judge Brewster, were that Weber made no disturbance before Townsend's saloon, at the time of the shooting, but was going away, and had, in fact, reached the middle of the street when he was shot down. The statement that Weber demanded his watch, and five dollars, with a six shooter, has no foundation except in the brain of the creature who had the courage to attack a man after he was cold in his grave. I know the Chieftain has always championed the cause of right, and denounced wrong wherever it appeared, with fearlessness, and I ask that in justice and vindication of the deceased, Jacob Weber, you will give this space in your valuable paper. C., Rosita, May 12th, 1876.

Weber, Karen Wichelns
Karen Wichelns Weber - Albuquerque Journal – July 10, 2005 - Karen Wichelns Weber, 54, died of colon cancer July 2, 2005 in Pueblo, CO. She faced her illness the way she lived her life - with courage, lack of complaint, optimism, strength, and concern for others before herself. She will be missed by her 18-year old daughter, Megan; her ex-husband, Cayce Weber of Denver, CO; her brother, Ken Wichelns and family Carmen Gloria and Camila of Albuquerque; her sister, Jan Cross and husband Jai of Taos, NM; her sister, Jill Wichelns and family Rich, Laura, and Kathleen Gabriel of Denver, CO; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Maureen Wichelns of Albuquerque. Karen was born and raised in Albuquerque, attending Del Norte High School. She received bachelor's and master's degrees in Communication Disorders from ENMU and UNM. She had a passion for her work as a speech pathologist and dedicated herself to her clients in Albuquerque, Mora, Taos, and Pueblo. A people person, Karen was active in many community concerns, including Girl Scouts and the Broadway Theatre League. Always smiling and forever friendly, she relished traveling with her daughter Megan, enjoying a glass of wine with friends, camping, skiing, and gardening. Above all, Karen loved watching her daughter grow, enjoy life, and achieve numerous scholastic, musical, and athletic successes. A Memorial Service will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 16, 2005 at the family home in Pueblo, CO. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Megan Weber Education Fund, U.S. Bank, 1018 Constitution Road, Pueblo, CO, 81001.

Weber, Kevin
Kevin Weber - Pueblo Chieftain - January 30, 2001 - Age 20. Passed away Jan. 28, 2001. Services, 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Peacock Family Chapel. Interment, Fairmount Cemetery.

Weber, Larry Ray
Larry Ray Weber - Pueblo Chieftain - April 02, 2006 - Larry Ray Weber, 55, of Bartlesville, Okla., passed away Sunday, March 26, 2006. Born on Nov. 3, 1950, in Pueblo, Colo., to Lawrence R. and Madeline Ruth (Wilcox) Weber. Larry was preceded in death by his mother, Madeline Ruth Weber. He grew up in Pueblo and graduated from East High School class of 1969. He served in the U.S. Navy. He moved to Bartlesville in 1971, and attended Bartlesville Wesleyan College, (now Oklahoma Wesleyan University) for three years. Larry was a commercial painter; he was employed at the Bartlesville Community Center. He is survived by his father and stepmother, Lawrence R. and Orly Weber of Pueblo; five brothers, Eddie Stanley Weber of Bartlesville, Fred Weber, Bert Weber, Moe Weber and Rodney Weber all of Pueblo; sister, Mariana Hirsch of Bacliff, Texas. Funeral service was held Saturday in Bartlesville, under the direction of Stumpff Funeral Home and Crematory.

Weber, Louise A.
Louise A. Weber - Pueblo Chieftain - September 11, 1997 - Louise A. Weber, 66, passed away Sept. 9, 1997, in Pueblo. Survived by her sister-in-law, Faliesha F. Ferrari of Pueblo West- and special friends, Lucille Royer, Jane Fox, Ruth and Dave Wilber. Born on March 15, 1931, in Denver. There will be no viewing. Interment, Mount Olivet Cemetery in Wheatridge.

Weber, Margene E.
Margene E. Weber - Pueblo Chieftain - November 04, 1997 - Margene E. Weber, Nov. 2, 1997. Wife of Clayton C. Weber and mother of Darla Knuth, Pueblo West. Grandmother of Diana Knuth, David (Lori) Knuth, all of Pueblo West and Donna Knuth, San Diego, Calif. Great-grandmother of Dustin, Kyle, Ashley, Sara and Cody. Also survived by cousin, Sam Snider, Alamosa, Colo.- as well as numerous nieces and nephews in Alamosa and Denver. Preceded in death by two sisters. Cremation, Almont Crematory. Graveside inurnment, Thursday, 2 p.m., Imperial Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made in her name to the American Cancer Society through the funeral home office.

Weber, Michael A.
Michael A. Weber - Pueblo Chieftain - December 14, 2001 - Homelake. Service, 10 a.m. today, at Homelake Chapel, Alamosa.

Weber, O. Floral
O. Floral Weber - Pueblo Chieftain - February 24, 1999 - O. Floral Weber, 91, passed away Feb. 19, 1999, in California. Survived by her son, Jesse E. (Helen) Weber of San Jacinto, Calif.- brother, Maurice (Willadean) Ivey Sr. of Pueblo- six grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her husband, James T. Weber on March 17, 1977- son, James O. Weber on Feb. 7, 1993- daughter, JoAnn Goolsby- and sister, Eunice E. Wilke. Born August 2, 1907, in Pueblo, Colo. Funeral service, 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 27, 1999, at the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with Rev. Jon Winans officiating. Interment will follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to First Congregational Church through the funeral home.

Weber, Olga
Olga Weber - Pueblo Chieftain - September 05, 1997 - Olga Weber, 83, Seward, Neb., formerly of Pueblo, died Sept. 2, 1997. Born in Seward. Graduate of Seward High School, 1935 graduate of Concordia College and St. Elizabeth Hospital School of Nursing. Received her master's degree in psychiatric nursing from the University of Nebraska. Taught student nurses, was a forensic nurse and teacher of nursing for over 45 years. Employed at Colorado State Hospital in Pueblo for many years. Survived by son, Paul Weber, Orlando, Fla.- daughter, Jean (Arlynn) Eck, Seward- brother, Victor (Phyllis) Kroeger, Seward- seven grandchildren, Elizabeth Weber and Paul J. Weber, both of Morrison, Mike (Shannon) Hurley, Laurice (Frank) Lopez-Cepero and Tim Hurley, all of Pueblo, and Vicki Hurley and Karen Hurley, both of Helena, Mont.- a great-granddaughter, Taylor Hurley, Pueblo- and step granddaughter, Adriane Eck, Las Animas. Preceded in death by parents, Paul H. Kroeger and Wilhemina (Hillman) Kroeger- husband, Lawrence Weber- and brother, Herbert Kroeger. Visitation, one hour before services at the church. Service, 10 a.m. Saturday, St. John Lutheran Church in Seward with the Rev. Steve Hess officiating. Honorary pallbearers: Victor Kroeger, Victor Wasserman and Ted vonFange. Pallbearers: Paul Weber Sr., Michael Hurley, David Kroeger, Timothy Hurley, Paul Weber Jr. and Clifford Kubert. Two additional honorary pallbearers, Robert Herpolsheimer and Donald Miller. Wood Bros. Mortuary Seward, Neb.

Weber, Paul J.
Paul J. Weber - Pueblo Chieftain - June 22, 1998 - Paul J. Weber, 70, of rural Lamar, died Sunday, June 21, 1998. Funeral services, 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 24, 1998, at Mount Olive Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lamar. Burial in Fairmount Cemetery. Visitation, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 23, at Valley Memorial, Lamar, and at the church prior to the service. Memorial contributions to Lamar Area Hospice or to charity of choice.

Weber, Pauline
Pauline Weber - Pueblo Chieftain - January 19, 2005 - Pauline Weber, born in 1915, passed away Jan. 16, 2005. Preceded in death by her husband, John Weber Jr.; parents, John and Johana Klun; sisters, Mary Klun and Jennie Condon; and brothers, Tony and Joe Klun. Survived by her sister, Helen D. Villers; special nephews, Norman (Beverly) Hayworth and family, and Dale (Peggy) Villers; and numerous other relatives and friends. Pauline retired after working many years for Safeway. She was a member of the Shrine of St. Therese where services will be held. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Thursday, with interment at Roselawn Cemetery. The family requests the omission of food and flowers. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of your choice in Pauline's memory. The family will greet friends at 9:30 a.m. in the back of the church before the Mass.

Weber, Teddy J.
Teddy J. Weber - Pueblo Chieftain - March 5, 1986 - Teddy J. Weber, March 2, 1986. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Friday, Wilson Almont Chapel. Cremation, Almont Crematory. Contributions may be made to the Ted J. Weber memorial fund for improvements to the softball field at Rouse Park.

Webster, Charles C.
Charles C. Webster - Huerfano World - September 12, 2002 - This Week in La Veta History - 1957: Died, C.C. Webster, 86, who bought La Veta Light, Heat and Power Company in 1911 and moved to California after selling the business in 1955. Pueblo Chieftain - September 7, 1957 - Charles C. Webster, died Friday morning in a Pueblo hospital. Funeral services Monday, 2 p.m. at La Veta Presbyterian Church, the Rev. C. H. Hatfield officiating. Interment in family plot, La Veta Cemetery. [Editor's Note: Charles C. Webster died on or about September 6, 1957. Obituary listed World Independent, September 6, 1957, Page 1.]

Webster, Elaine J.
Elaine J. Weissenfluh Webster - Colorado Springs Gazette - March 18, 2008 - Elaine J. Weissenfluh Webster, age 63, a resident of Yoder, Colorado, passed away peacefully on March 14, 2008 at her home surrounded by her family and is now in the loving care of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Elaine was born in Colorado Springs on October 21, 1944, a daughter of the late Clyde K. and Elma Kershner Weissenfluh. Elaine attended all 12 years of elementary and high school at Manitou Springs schools, graduating in 1962. Elaine and her husband, Dennis, raised their family on her grandparent's home place in Yoder, Colorado. She attended Antioch Community Church. She was a former volunteer for the Colorado Springs Police Department and the Miami - Yoder School. Elaine enjoyed crocheting, gardening and refinishing old furniture. She was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother who loved spending time with her family. Elaine is survived by her husband, Dennis R. Webster; they were married on March 31, 1963 in Colorado Springs, to this loving union two children were born, a son, Derrick (Denita) Webster of Salt Lake City, Utah, a daughter, Denise (Steve) Walsh of Yoder, Colorado; seven grandchildren, Blake (Tiffany) Webster, Brandi Webster, Krystal Webster, Kelsie Webster, Justin (Amanda) Walsh, Raeanna Walsh, Alisha Walsh and a great granddaughter, Grace Walsh. She is also survived by two brothers, Kenneth (Karen) Weissenfluh of Colorado City and Max (Jean) Weissenfluh of Chipita Park, and a host of other relatives and friends. At her request, cremation has taken place and private services are planned. The family requests that any memorial donations be made to the Antioch Community Church, 5855 Boone Road, Yoder, Colorado 80864.

Webster, Ethel M.
Ethel M. Webster - Pueblo Chieftain - January 17, 2005 - Ethel M. Webster, 92 passed away Jan. 14, 2005, in Pueblo. Born Dec. 29, 1912, in Pueblo, to Michael and Elizabeth Jones, who precede her in death along with her loving husband, Donald Webster; and son Jim Webster. Survived by her children, Marsha (Neil) Latka, Diane (Dean) Allen, Don (Anne) Webster, Rick Webster; 12 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; 13 great-great-grandchildren; sister Evelyn Fear; numerous nieces and nephews. Per her request, cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19, at Imperial Funeral Home Chapel with inurnment to follow.

Webster, George
George Webster – Castle Rock Journal – November 9, 1900 – George Webster, the young man who was injured by falling under a Santa Fe freight train at Holley, died at Pueblo on the 5th inst. as the result of his injuries. Aside from a severe cut in his head he was badly bruised and it is thought his death was due to internal injuries.

Webster, George Michael
George "Jim" Michael Webster - Pueblo Chieftain - November 15, 2002 - George "Jim" Michael Webster, 60, passed away Nov. 13, 2002. A loving husband, father and grandfather. Jim is survived by his mother, Ethel Webster of Pueblo; wife, Connie Webster of Pueblo; daughter, Jamie (Rick) Scott of Colorado Springs; two grandsons of Colorado Springs; sisters, Marsha (Neil) Latka and Diane (Dean) Allen, both of Pueblo; brothers, Don (Anne) Webster of Durango and Rick Webster of Pueblo. Jim worked at Best Western Inn in Pueblo West for 10 years. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Private inurnment at a later date.

Webster, Lillie Mae
Mrs. Lillie Mae Morris Webster - Pueblo Chieftain - December 01, 2002 - Mrs. Lillie Mae Morris Webster was born April 25, 1916, to Mr. Enos John Morris and Mrs. Narcissus Darcy-Morris, passed away Nov. 27, 2002, at St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center. Mrs. Webster was reared in Las Vegas, N.M., Pocatello, Idaho, and El Paso, Texas. Approximately 67 years of her life were spent in Pueblo, Colo. Both parents; her sister, Lenora Morris; her brothers, Alonso Ford and Willie L. Morris, preceded her in death. She married Willie D. Webster and no children were born to the union. Mrs. Webster earned a bachelor of arts degree and was a licensed practical nurse for many years. She chose as her life's work the caring profession, nursing, and worked as a practical nurse for a major portion of her adult life. She held the distinction of serving as charge nurse at St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center. She was one of the first black nurses to hold this position. Lillie gave her life to Christ at an early age and was a longtime member of Bethlehem Baptist Church, where she served as Sunday school superintendent, teacher and member of the Deaconess Board. Mrs. Webster was chosen "Woman of the Year" by the Western States Baptist Convention in the year 2000. Mrs. Webster maintained membership as an Eastern Star Matron. She held membership in the Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion Auxiliary, Church Women United, and she was a lifetime member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). She leaves to cherish her memory three nieces, Lenora Givens, Cardette Carroll and Arlene Davis, all of Austin, Texas; two nephews, Leo W. Morris, who resides in Austin, and Louis D. Morris of Temple, Texas; and their respective wives, Shirley and Jamaima. A host of grandnieces and grandnephews, relatives and friends, her church family of Bethlehem Baptist Church are left to mourn her passing. Visitation, noon until 6 p.m. Tuesday, Angelus Chapel. Funeral service, 11 a.m. Wednesday, Bethlehem Baptist Church, 1044 Spruce St., Rev. F.L. Chandler officiating. Interment, Fort Lyon National Cemetery. Family will receive friends at the Cole Fellowship Hall following the service.

Webster, Mary Frances
Mary Frances Webster - Pueblo Chieftain - July 24, 2000 - Mary Frances Webster, 66, passed away July 22, 2000, after a short illness. Preceded in death by her husband, Merle E. Webster in 1993. Survived by sons, Dennis (Lyn) Webster, Pueblo, Bret K. Webster, Pueblo, and Mark E. (Loretta) Webster, Kokomo, Ind.; grandchildren, Shannon (Chad) Kinser, Heather (Danny) Sartor, Jacqueline Webster, Nicholas Webster; brother, E. L. Meek; and numerous nieces and nephews. Mrs. Webster was a former member of Pueblo Chapter 7 Order of Eastern Star and a member of First Baptist Church. She was a 1952 graduate of Centennial High School and also was active in numerous clubs and organizations throughout her life. Her role as a homemaker to her family and her friendships to many will be a priceless memory. She enjoyed swimming, camping and traveling in recent years. Her most recent traveling brought her to the fulfillment of her lifelong dream of seeing the countries of Turkey, Greece and Italy. She will be sadly missed by family and friends. Cremation, Imperial Crematory. Memorial services will be held Wednesday, July 26, 10 a.m. at Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. There will be no viewing.

Webster, Merle Edward
Merle Edward Webster - Pueblo Chieftain - December 1993 - Merle Edward Webster passed away Dec. 16, 1993. Survived by his wife, Mary F. Webster of the family home; children, Dennis (Lyn) Webster, Pueblo, Bret K. Webster, Denver, and Mark E. (Loretta) Webster, Indiana; sister, Mora Simon, California; grandchildren, Shannon Bernard, Heather Bernard, Jacqueline Webster and Nicholas Webster; also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Born June 15, 1931, in Wichita, Kan., and was a 1951 graduate of Centennial High School, where he played football. Veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War. Member of the Dodge City, Kan., First Baptist Church; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers; South Pueblo Lodge No. 31 AF&AM; Pueblo York Rite Bodies; Al Kaly Shrine; Flivers Shrine Patrol and Pueblo Chapter No. 7, OES. Merle was an avid sportsman and enjoyed the outdoors, hunting, fishing and camping. Service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with the Rev. Mark Tuttle officiating. Masonic Service and Interment will follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Following the service family will receive friends at the family home. Those who desire may contribute to the Shriners Crippled Children's Hospital in memory of Merle who will be greatly missed.

Wedemeyer, Ross Scott
Ross Scott Wedemeyer – Colorado Springs Free Press – May 7, 1966 – Colorado Traffic Claims Two Lives – By United Press International – Two names were added Friday to Colorado's growing traffic death toll to boost the number dead for the year to 184 – 62 ahead of the number on this date a year ago. The latest victims were Emerald Ann Hobeika, 59, of Walsenburg, and Ross Scott Wedemeyer, 23, of Pueblo. The Colorado State Patrol said Mrs. Hobeika was killed Friday when a car in which she was riding left the road south of Pueblo, went into a ditch and rolled. She was tossed out. Wedemeyer died at Swedish Hospital in Denver Friday of injuries he received in a one-car accident April 19 near Castle Rock, Colo. His car skidded 90 feet on icy U.S. 85-87, six miles south of Castle Rock, and then rolled.

Weed, Lillian Leone
Lillian Leone Weed - Pueblo Chieftain - July 24, 2005 Lillian Leone Weed, 88, went home to be with the Lord on July 22, 2005. Preceded in death by her husband, James O. Weed; three sons, Jimmy, David and Kenny Weed; grandsons, Jimmy Weed and Kevin Abram; son-in-law, Ronald Abram; sisters, Mabel Constable, Mary Dillon and Viola Blake; brothers, Bill, Perry, Miles, Vernon and Ival Cortner; and parents Alvin and Ida Mae Cortner. She is survived by children, Shirley Abram, Cloedean (Roy) Stringfellow and Ronda (Dan) Mackey; 19 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; five great-great grandchildren and sister, Delia Dudley. Among her special friends are Helen Libhart, Shelia Brown, Vera Christman, Bonnie Draper and daughter-in-law, Donna Fluke. She was a leader in Girl Scouts and active in PTA and in the Sunday school program for many years while a member of Lake Avenue Baptist Church and Prairie Avenue Baptist Church. Lillian was known to have an open home and heart, as her house was home to many relatives and friends. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice through the funeral home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 26, 2005 at Adrian Comer Garden Chapel with George White officiating. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Weed, Raymond Luroy
Raymond Luroy Weed - Pueblo Chieftain - September 02, 2005 - Raymond Luroy Weed, 88, of St. Elizabeth, Mo., died Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2005, at the St. Mary's Health Center in Jefferson City, Mo. He was born on May 24, 1917, in Midwell, Okla., a son of William Lewis and Cloa Matilda (Dorris) Weed. He attended rural schools in Oklahoma and Kansas. He was married in Raton, N.M., to Ilene Dillon, who preceded him in death. Mr. Weed worked as a truck driver and mechanic, and retired from the CF&I Corp. as a millwright from the 40-inch. He was a former member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles and was a member of the Steelworker's Union. He is survived by a son, Larry (Jean) Weed of Phoenix, Ariz.; a daughter, Beverly L. (Brice A.) Luetkemeyer of St. Elizabeth, Mo.; three granddaughters, Tricia (Greg) Wiley of Fort Knox, Ky., Marissa (Darren) Birch of Las Vegas, Nev., Callan Luetkemeyer of St. Elizabeth, Mo.; one grandson, C.J. Luetkemeyer of St. Elizabeth, Mo.; two great-granddaughters, Alexandria and Alyssa Wiley, both of Fort Knox, Ky.; two brothers, Howard (Zella) Weed of Borger, Texas, Norris Weed of Roswell, N.M.; one sister, Idabelle Everett of Pueblo, Colo. Visitation, 1 to 2 p.m. Sunday, at the funeral home. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Sunday, Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Interment at a later date at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Donations may be made to the charity of the donor's choice.

Weeden, Jim, Jr.
Jim Weeden Jr. - Colorado Springs Gazette - September 20, 2007 - Jim Weeden Jr., 81, passed away on September 15, 2007 in Colorado Springs. Jim was born March 15, 1926 in Trinidad, Colorado, son of the late James Marshall and Ruth Thomas Weeden. He was a retired pressman and a former owner/operator of The Trophy Shop in Colorado Springs. Jim served in the Army Air Corp during World War II. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Regina Weeden, six children, Sharron Hahn, Sharlene Haveman, Gena Hange, Jim Weeden, Jon Weeden, and Donnie Weeden, sister, Pat Sanders, eleven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren. Private services are planned. Published in The Gazette on 9/20/2007.

Weeden, Regina Ann
Regina Ann (Agnes) Weeden - Colorado Springs Gazette - April 15, 2009 - Regina Ann Weeden passed away on April 11, 2009 in a very loving and peaceful environment at her home in Colorado Springs surrounded by her family. She was born on January 21, 1927 in Walsenburg, Colorado, a daughter of the late, William and Viola O'Hagen Agnes. Regina is survived by 3 daughters, Sharron Hahn, Sharlene Haveman and husband Cyril , Gena Hange and husband Pete; 3 sons, Jim Weeden, Jon Weeden and wife Barbara and Donnie Weeden; two brothers, Joseph Agnes and wife Marie Lou and Vernon Agnes and wife Olie; a sister-in-law Copey Agnes; 11 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. She was also preceded in death by her husband Jim Weeden Sr., 2 sisters and 2 brothers. She loved and was loved by all. She will be cherished in the hearts of all that knew her. Her son, Donnie would like it to be known that he loves his mother who was his friend and pal. At her request cremation has taken place. Private family services are planned.

Weeks, Alfred L.
Alfred L. Weeks - Pueblo Chieftain - August 30, 1980 - Alfred L. Weeks, Pueblo resident for the past 10 years, late of 5343 W. Colorado, 78, passed away Aug. 30, 1980, in Walsenburg. Mr. Weeks attended the Pueblo Christian Center. He is survived by widow, Mrs. Erma Weeks of the family home; a daughter, a daughter and son-in-law, sons and daughters-in-law, one brother in law, twenty-seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. Service 10 a.m. Wednesday, Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Interment, Imperial Gardens.

Weeks, Frances Erma
Frances Erma Weeks - Pueblo Chieftain - September 29, 1998 - Frances Erma Weeks passed away Sept. 28, 1998. Born on Aug 26, 1908. Preceded in death by her husband, Bill, in 1980. Survived by children, Floyd (Frances) Weeks, Colorado Springs, Fay (JoAnn Weeks), Pueblo, Florence (Ray) Ryan, La Veta. Also survived by 23 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren- numerous nieces and nephews. Graveside service, 2 p.m. Thursday, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Viewing, noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday, and 8-5 p.m. Wednesday.

Weeks, Hallie B.
Hallie B. Weeks - Pueblo Chieftain - September 28, 1987 - Hallie B. Weeks, late of Pueblo, died suddenly Sept. 26, 1987. Survived by daughter, Betty J. Triantos of Lafayette; son, Edwin P. Weeks of Pine; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Member of the retired employees of Colorado State Hospital and active in Greenpeace. Born in Delta. A Pueblo resident since 1950. Retired from CSH in 1973 after 11 years. At her request, no service. Cremation, Davis-Wallin Crematorium. Please omit flowers, etc.

Wehling, Anton Bernard
Anton Bernard Wehling - Kiowa County Press – December 2, 2003 - Eads, CO - Anton Bernard Wehling was born May 5, 1920, at Hemmingford, Nebraska, the son of Henry and Anna Marie Steutor Wehling. Anton moved with the family to several locations in western Nebraska until he was ten years old. In 1930, the Wehling family moved to Iowa where they spent one year before the hot summer heat drove them to the eastern plains of Colorado, where they homesteaded in the Cheyenne Wells area in 1931. Tony and all of his siblings that were of school age attended the Catholic School in Cheyenne Wells and helped on the family arm. When Tony was in the seventh grade, he was stricken with a severe bone infection, affecting his right arm and leg. He spent 13 months in Colorado General Hospital in Denver fighting this terrible affliction. When he was finally released from the hospital, he returned home in a wheelchair. As time passed, he walked with the help of crutches and slowly became stronger. His leg was weak and always shorter than the other, and his left arm was scarred and weak, which left it in a position as if it were in a sling for the rest of his life. In spite of this difficulty, Tony recovered and lived a long life in farming and ranching in Montana, Nevada and the past nine years near Walsenburg. Tony enjoyed fishing, hunting and riding. Tony died at Parkview hospital in Pueblo January 10, 2000, at the age of 79. Tony never married, but he leaves to mourn his passing five sisters, Elizabeth Furr of Loveland, Justina (J.N.) Mousel of Cheyenne Wells, Rosa (Robert) Gilbert of South Dakota, Agnes Phillips of Portland, Oregon, and Julia (Vance) Steinert of Montana; and one brother, Frank (Annarose) Wehling of Wheatridge. Tony is also survived by many nieces, nephews and other relatives. He was preceded in death by two sisters and one brother, as well as his parents. A funeral mass was said Friday, January 14, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Cheyenne Wells with Father Bill Rhinehart officiating. Julie Elliott served as organist and the Sacred Heart Choir provided the vocal selections for the mass. Serving as casket bearers were Darrell Harwig, Eric Tucker, Dean Harvie, Mike Wehling, Greg Mousel and Will Mousel. All of Tony's many friends and nephews were honorary casket bearers. Interment was in the Fairview Cemetery in Cheyenne Wells. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Brown Funeral Home.

Wehrle, Melvin Kenneth
Melvin “Mel” Kenneth Wehrle - The Greenhorn Valley View - December 5, 2007 - Melvin “Mel” Kenneth Wehrle died November 13, 2007, at age 64. He was born in Denver, Colorado, on March 18, 1943. His parents were Clarence and Ethel Wehrle. Mel graduated from North High School in June, 1962. He served two years (November, 1964-November, 1966) in the U. S. Army Military Police as a Personnel Specialist. He was employed by United Air Lines at the Flight Training Center in Denver from July, 1968 to November, 2001. He was preceded in death by his father, mother, adopted sister, Verna and brother, Walter. He is survived by two cousins, Merle E. Miller of Broomfield and Ronald A. Miller of Colorado Springs. Mel loved to travel, taking many trips to locations around the world. He also liked to go biking in the mountains. Memorial will be held at Valley Community Church in Colorado City, Colorado, on December 8, 2007, at 11 A.M. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Valley Community Church in Colorado City.

Weidner, Marjorie R.
Marjorie R. Weidner - Pueblo Chieftain - December 15, 1998 - Marjorie R. Weidner, 98, passed away Dec. 12, 1998. Survived by her daughter, Lois (Guy) Stewart of Canon City- granddaughters, Derrelene (Roy) Metzger of Del Norte, Della (Roy) Raymer of Englewood and Donna Stewart of New Castle, Colo. - great-grandchildren, Kurt (Karen) Metzger and Brenda Metzger of Del Norte- and 6 great-great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by husband, Francis G. Weidner- daughter, Derrel Scott- and brothers, Volney Barton and Miles Jack" Barton. Born in Rocky Ford, Colo., on March 17, 1900, Marjorie lived in Fowler, Colo., during her early years and taught school in Phillips County, Colo., during World War I. She was a resident of Pueblo from 1926 to 1984 when she moved to the Oddfellow's Home in Canon City, Colo. She retired from her position as House Mother for the St. Mary-Corwin School of Nursing in 1965. She was a member of Broadway Christian Church in Pueblo for more than 50 years and during her residency in Canon City has been affiliated with the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) of that community. She was a member of Cactus Rebekah Lodge No. 24, Pueblo Chapter No. 7, OES, Crystal Springs Camp No. 4601, RNA, Order of Amaranth Laural Court No. 17 and the AARP. Funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 16, 1998, at Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Rev. William Carson, Rev. Hal Hartman and Rev. Wayne Ward officiating. Interment at Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Broadway Christian Church of Pueblo or First Christian Church of Canon City through the funeral home office.

Weigel, Alfred
Alfred “Pete” Weigel - Pueblo Chieftain - November 30, 2003 - Alfred “Pete” Weigel, 91, passed away Nov. 26, 2003. Born May 30, 1912, to the union of George and Sophie Weigel. He leaves to cherish his memory his beloved wife of 70 years, Kathryn; daughters, Gail (Buck) Barnhart, Alda (Chuck) Adcox; grandchildren, Michael (Susan) Decker, Carolyn Turner, Bryon Shipley, Lyn (Dusty) Shipley-Trumbull, Stephan (Lynne) Shipley; great-grandchildren, Daniel (Chris) Decker, Misty Woodcock, Sam Turner, Tessa Decker; three great-great-grandchildren, as well as numerous other relatives and friends. Pete owned and operated the 7-UP Bottling Co. in Pueblo in 1965. At his request, cremation has taken place. Friends and family may be contacted Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2003, from 2 to 4 p.m., at 40 Scotland Road. The family respectfully requests the omission of food and flowers. Donations may be made in Pete's name to the charity of your choice.

Weigel, Edwin
Edwin "Rusty" Weigel - Pueblo Chieftain - December 15, 2005 - Edwin "Rusty" Weigel, 48, of Pueblo, took his last ride on Dec. 9, 2005. Preceded in death by father, Matthew Weigel Sr. Survived by Connie; stepdaughter, Ashlea; son, Jeffery Davis; mother, Ruth; brothers, Mick, Ben, Jeff; twin brother, Dusty, Craig and Wayne Weigel; and sister, Debra McCoy. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Saturday, Romero Chapel. Family and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following service. In lieu of flowers donations will be accepted at reception.

Weigel, Kathryn
Kathryn “Louise” Weigel - Pueblo Chieftain - June 30, 2005 - Kathryn “Louise” Weigel, 90, passed away June 29, 2005. She was preceded in death by her husband, Alfred “Pete” Weigel, in 2003. She was born Nov. 16, 1914, to the union of Albert E. and Josie Pierce Deardorff. Survived by her children, Gail (Buck) Barnhart and Alda (Chuck) Adcox; grandchildren, Michael (Susan) Decker, Carolyn (Kelly) Burgess, Bryon Shipley, Lyn (Dusty) Shipley-Trumbull, Stephan (Lynne) Shipley; great-grandchildren, Daniel (Chris) Decker, Misty (Dennis) Gechas, Sam Turner, Tessa Decker; three great-great-grandchildren; numerous other relatives and friends. At her request, there will be cremation with no services. The family respectfully requests the omission of food and flowers and wishes to thank University Park Care Center for the care she received.

Weihermiller, Dorene C.
Dorene C. Weihermiller - Pueblo Chieftain - August 19, 1997 - Dorene C. Weihermiller went to be with the Lord on Aug. 17, 1997, after a brief illness. Born Aug. 8, 1909, in Scammon, Kan. Survived by daughters, Sylvia (Mike) Ulibarri and Dorinda (William Porquis) Vaughn- sister, Roberta Young- four grandchildren- and five great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by husband, Kenneth G. Weihermiller. Dorene was a member of the Order of Eastern Star - Temple Chapter 96. Private family services.

Weiland, Mary Ellen
Mary Ellen Weiland - Pueblo Chieftain - October 09, 2004 - Mary Ellen Weiland, 78, of Florence, Colo., passed away Oct. 5, 2004, in Canon City, Colo. Mary Ellen was born on Oct. 14, 1925, in Pine Bend, Minn., a daughter of the late Earl and Inez (Hathaway) Graus. She married Donald Weiland. He preceded her in death on Dec. 29, 2003. Mary Ellen is survived by two children, David Weiland of Florence, Colo., and Robert (Cindy) Weiland of Mazeppa, Minn.; two grandchildren, Brandi and Andrew; stepson, Thomas Martinez of Canon City, Colo., one sister, Lois Murtaugh of Hastings, Minn. She was preceded in death by two sisters, Inez Funk and Lucia Klein. Mary Ellen graduated from Hastings High School in 1945. She also lived in Inver Grove Heights, Minn., Pueblo West, Colo., and Florence, Colo. Mary Ellen was a homemaker most of her married life. She had interests in craft work, needlework and was a seamstress of great talent. Approximately, 70 foster children were placed in the Weiland home, some stayed only days, others for decades. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 11, 2004, at Florence Mortuary. Funeral Service will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2004, at the St. John Lutheran Church, 790 Greydene Ave., Canon City, Colo. Interment will follow at Mountain Vale Memorial Gardens, Canon City, Colo.

Weiler, Rusty D.
Rusty D. Weiler - Pueblo Chieftain - June 03, 2003Rusty D. Weiler, passed away on June 1, 2003. He is survived by his wife, Karen Weiler; daughter, Molly; son, Matt; father and mother, Russell and Pat Weiler; father- and mother-in-law, Matt and Joey Kikel; sisters, Peggy Mullin, Nancy (Jerry) Sutton; in-laws, Charlie and Sharon Schwartz, Kathy Valent and David Kikel; and numerous nieces and nephews. Rusty enjoyed fishing, hunting, sport shooting and playing pool. He loved being around a lot of people all the time. Rusty touched the lives of all his family, friends, co-workers and students. He was truly passionate about everything he did and he will be missed by all. Private services for family and close friends, Wednesday, June 4. Public memorial service at Pueblo County High School at 10 a.m. on June 5 in the school gym.

Weilert, Ida I.
Ida I. Weilert - Pueblo Chieftain - October 14, 2000 - Ida I. Weilert, 81, passed away Oct. 7, 2000. At the family's request, burial has already taken place.

Weimer, George
George Weimer - Pueblo Chieftain - March 03, 2000 - George Weimer, 82, lifelong Prowers County resident, passed away Feb. 29, 2000. Services, 11 a.m. Saturday at the Peacock Family Chapel. Interment, Fairmount Cemetery. Visitation, 2 until 7 p.m. today and until service time Saturday at the funeral home.

Weimer, Lydia E.
Lydia E. Weimer - Pueblo Chieftain - April 15, 2003 - Lydia E. Weimer, 81, lifelong Prowers County resident, passed away April 11, 2003. Survived by husband, Jake Weimer; and sister, Eva Schibbelhut, both of Lamar. Visitation, 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. today and funeral service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 16, 2003, both at Peacock Funeral Home. Interment, Fairmount Cemetery.

Weinmann, Irmengard
Sister Irmengard Weinmann - Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan - March 30, 2005 - Sister Irmengard Weinmann, 96, died in Sacred Heart Monastery's St. Joseph Care Center, March 29, 2005, after a lengthy illness. The Mass of Resurrection will be celebrated Wednesday, March 30, in the Bishop Marty Chapel, with burial following in the monastery cemetery. Wintz and Ray Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. The Vespers wake service was Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. Sofie Weinmann was born September 21, 1908, to Jordan and Marie (Lutz) Weinmann, in Heiligkreuztal, Wurttemberg, Germany, the seventh of nine children. She attended country school in their home village, where religious instruction was given during school time by the parish priest and their teacher. She stayed home to help with work and to learn sewing. When she came in contact with sisters she felt drawn to religious life but World War I had just ended and she was needed to help support the family. "I was very impressed," she said, "with the sisters' way of life, their good example, and their prayer life." When she spent several years with a family in Switzerland, she heard about Maryhouse in Einsiedeln, where candidates were accepted for American missions. She contacted Sister Cecilia at Maryhouse and was accepted for admission to the candidacy. She set sail for New York in August 1934, and entered Sacred Heart Convent that September 10th. She made profession as Sister Irmengard June 24, 1936. "A new world opened up to me," she commented. Illness has been a part of Sister Irmengard's life from the first years in the community, as she spent some time in the hospital and infirmary. About this, she has written, "God designed these plans -- perhaps some day we will understand their true value." That "some day" has now arrived for her. Sister's ministry years include one year in Gardner, CO, in housekeeping. Since 1943, she has been at the motherhouse. She worked in the vestment department until 1976 when fewer vestments were needed, and then began doing regular sewing for the sisters, her ministry until she retired to the Care Center in 1996. Sister Irmengard is survived by her Benedictine community and several nieces and nephews in Germany.

Weir, Alfred C.
Alfred C. Weir - Pueblo Chieftain - July 15, 1999 - Alfred C. Weir, 81, passed away July 13, 1999 . Survived by his wife, Doris Weir of the family home- sons, Lloyd W. (E. Colleen) Weir and Charles H.(Cindy K.) Weir, all of Pueblo- sister, Ruth Stack of Aurora, Colo.-brother-in-law, Donald Nauerth of Pueblo West- sister-in-law, Mae Weir of La Veta, Colo.- three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren- numerous nieces and nephews. Born Dec. 21, 1917, in Aguilar, Colo. Member of Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, Mesa Congregation. At his request, there will no viewing. Cremation Crematorium. will be held 2p.m. Friday, July 16, 1999 , at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 2203 E.13th with Larry Sapp officiating.

Weir, Doris M.
Doris M. Weir - Pueblo Chieftain - October 07, 2000 - Doris M. Weir, 78, passed away Oct. 5, 2000. Survived by her sons, Lloyd W. (E. Colleen) Weir and Charles H. (Cindy K.) Weir, all of Pueblo; brother, Donald Nauerth of Pueblo West; sisters-in-law, Ruth Stack of Aurora, Colo., and Mae Weir of La Veta, Colo.; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her husband, Alfred C. Weir, on July 13, 1999. Born Dec. 3, 1921, in Alamo, Colo. Member of Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, Mesa Congregation. At her request, there will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 9, 2000, at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 2203 E. 13th, with Philip Burke officiating.

Weir, Floyd E.
Floyd E. Weir - Pueblo Chieftain - June 14, 1987 - Floyd E. Weir, 71, longtime Las Animas resident, died June 12, 1987, at Denver Veterans Hospital. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Tuesday at Friends Church in Las Animas. Interment, Fort Lyon National Cemetery. Family requests memorials to George Hanis, No. 6 DAV chapter.

Weir, George Edward
George Edward Weir - Walsenburg World - April 7, 1933 - George Weir Dies In La Veta Thurs – Funeral To Be Held From Aguilar Methodist Church Next Sunday Afternoon – George Edward Weir, age 21, died at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weir, in La Veta Thursday after an attack of pneumonia. Besides his parents the young man is survived by one sister, Ruth, and three brothers, Robert, Ralph, and Alfred. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at two o'clock from the Methodist church in Aguilar. Interment will be in the K.of P. Cemetery under the direction of Unfug Peet Mortuary.

Weir, R. H.
R. H. Weir - Huerfano World - April 4, 2002 - This Week in Walsenburg History - 1902: Pat Dellahanty and R.H. Weir were killed in the Pictou mine by a premature shot.

Weir, Ralph
Pvt. Ralph Weir - Huerfano World - October 19, 2000 - This Week in La Veta History - 1944: Pvt. Ralph Weir, 29, was killed in Holland. He is the son of Mrs. Helen Weir of La Veta and also leaves two brothers and a sister.

Weirich, Robert
Robert Weirich - Pueblo Chieftain - February 22, 2000 - Robert Weirich, 63, passed away Feb. 18, 2000. Services, 2 p.m. today at the Peacock-Wood Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Pioneer Cemetery, Eads, Colo.

Weis, Edward
Edward Weis - Pueblo Chieftain - January 27, 1998 - Edward Weis, 92, passed away Jan. 22, 1998, in Holly. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. today at St. Francis de Sales-Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Lamar. Interment, Fairmount Cemetery, Lamar.

Weisbrod, Ann R.
Ann R. Weisbrod - Pueblo Chieftain - May 13, 2003 - Ann R. Weisbrod, 76, born Jan. 25, 1927, passed away May 10, 2003. Preceded in death by her husband, Fred Weisbrod. Survived by her children, Rick (Ruriko) Weisbrod, Candy (Scott) Henderson, Mark Weisbrod, SuSu Evans, Gary (Dixie) Weisbrod, Patrick (Celma) Weisbrod; 12 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Also survived by her sister, Laddie Rossiter. Ann was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother and she loved her pets. She volunteered at the Humane Society, was a longtime 4-H leader and was on the Pueblo Animal Advisory Board. She was a Pony Club leader, a member of several saddle clubs, was a contributor to the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center and did volunteer work at St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center. Ann found a home in Pueblo since 1967 after living in several states with her husband, Fred, who was the former Pueblo city manager. Viewing, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, at the George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Vigil service, 7 p.m. Tuesday, George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Funeral Mass, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Our Lady of the Meadows Church. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made to the Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum in her memory.

Weiss, Charles
Baby Charles Weiss - Pueblo Chieftain - February 11, 2002 - Born Aug. 16, 2001, passed away Feb. 6, 2002, in Pueblo, Colo. Survived by his parents, Cassandra Brown and Charles Weiss; sisters, Hunter, Morgan; brothers, Terrein and Tanor; grandfather, Charles Weiss; grandparents, Barbara and Wesley Sayre; as well as numerous extended family members and friends. Funeral service, 3 p.m. Monday, Feb. 11, 2002, at Swan-Law Cascade Chapel, 501 N. Cascade, Colorado Springs, CO.

Weiss, Sylvester John
Sylvester John Weiss - Pueblo Chieftain - March 20, 2000 - Sylvester John Weiss, 87, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on March 18, 2000. Born in Milwaukee, Wis., to Jacob and Nellie (Twohig) Weiss, whom precede him in death. Also preceded in death by his daughter, Ellen Elizabeth Weiss. He is survived by his fair lady, Alice Mary Weiss, of the family home; children, Susan (Ed) Brick, Butch (Dianne) Weiss, Corrine Redlin, John (Toni) Weiss, Kathleen (Ted Fulton) Weiss, Geri Ann (John) Koncilja, Mary (Brendon Pardue) Tedesko, Thomas (Judy) Weiss; grandchildren, Allyson, Amanda, Cori, Dannielle, Ellen, Erica, James, Jamie, Jeff, Jessica, John, Julie, Kate, Kelli, Lori, Matthew, Nichalis, Nicole, Sarah, Scott, Sylvie and Theresa; and eight great-grandchildren. Also survived by brother, Leonhard Weiss. Sylvester was a member of the Knights of Columbus and a retired self-employed farmer. He enjoyed the time he spent with his wife, children and grandchildren. There will be no viewing for Mr. Weiss, cremation has taken place. There will be a memorial funeral Mass on Tuesday, March 21, 10 a.m. at Our Lady of the Assumption Church, with celebrant Rev. Ervin Schmitt. Friends and relatives will be received at church hall after the funeral Mass.

Weitershausen, Grace
Grace Weitershausen - Pueblo Chieftain - August 18, 1999 - Grace Weitershausen, 82, passed away Aug. 16, 1999, in Pueblo. Grace was born March 20, 1917, in Pueblo. Survived by her daughter, Eulah Mae (Jack) Steepleton of Grand Junction, Colo.- grandchildren, Bryan and Lucinda Steepleton of Alamosa, Colo., and Kim (Randy) McHodgkins of Grand Junction, Colo.- and great-grandsons, Jamie and Jeremy McHodgkins. Preceded in death by her husband of 58 years, Earl Weitershausen. Visitation, noon to 5 p.m. Thursday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday. Graveside service, 1 p.m. Friday, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Family will receive friends at 1441 E. 12th.



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