Victor Weber
May 9, 1932 - March 22, 2020
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Victor D. Weber, 87, passed away on Sunday, March 22, 2020. Vic was born on May 9, 1932 in Appleton to Louis and Elizabeth (Thuecks) Weber. He was a veteran having served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War. Vic worked as an electrician/estimator for Keil & Werner Electric and was a 69…

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Ike Spangenberg left a message on April 9, 2020:
I send my deep sympathies to the Vic Weber family; Vic was a class mate of mine and graduates of the class of 1950. Vic was so well liked and respected in our class and we will miss him. Take care and God Bless.
Tom & Laurie Wallace left a message on April 8, 2020:
We have fond memories of Vic & Julia from our wedding. He was a very kind man and had a knack for making people feel at ease! Our sincerest condolences to all of you, for the loss of Vic, and also Steve. Prayers and blessings, Tom & Laurie Wallace
Willie and Char Bauer. left a message on March 30, 2020:
We lost a great neighbor and friend he will be missed. We loved his sense of humor.
Jack And Ruthann Smith left a message on March 30, 2020:
Julie, Caring thoughts are with you. May the Lord in His great mercy bring you comfort in your sorrow. Ruthann and Jack Smith
Carley and Brandon left a message on March 30, 2020:
In Loving Memory of our Amazing Grandfather
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Scott Yukel left a message on March 29, 2020:
Vick was always friendly and had a great sense of humor. He was a good man and helpful neighbor. I'll always remember the look of horror on his face when he saw my dangerously poor job of re-wiring our new front porch light. He was back in a flash with his electrician's tools and he walked me through the right way, step by step. Rest in peace Vick. You are missed!
Corrine Krueger left a message on March 29, 2020:
1140 E Applecreek Rd Julie so sorry for your lost, Dick and I miss you guys at the Out o Town. Pray that God sends you his graces in this time of sorrow.
Steve & Sharon Wachtendonk left a message on March 29, 2020:
Hello to all of Uncle Vic's children, spouses, grandchildren & their spouses. It has been such a struggle to even know what to say to all of you, because we know and feel your pain. Steve and I are so sorry for the loss of your dear sweet Father. We are very sorry for the loss of your Brother Steve. Uncle Vic has always been a soft spoken, loving, gentle, kind and thoughtful soul. He shared how hard it was losing his parents and all of his siblings with tears in his eyes, as he held my arms at Uncle Ken's funeral. Though we are sure you already miss him dearly, we are happy he is at peace and reunited with his family. You are a very beautiful family, full of love, humor, thoughtfullness and so much more. Each of you has a unique gift, like a piece of a puzzle. Please stay strong and continue to share your gifts with each other. Family is so much stronger when you lift each other up as you heal from such loss. We can not imagine how difficult this has to be losing your brother Steve so quickly after losing your Dad, and for that we are so sorry. Many years ago, your brother Steve taught me how to play pool for the first time, and I've never forgotten his kindness during that lesson. I am sure I still enjoy a playful game of pool because of your brother. May he rest in peace. We are wishing you all nothing less than God's best! Take good care of yourselves please. Sending you all hugs full of love and prayers of peace, Steve & Sharon Wachtendonk
Gary Fullington left a message on March 29, 2020:
In memory of Victor Weber, Gary Fullington lit a candle
Jackie Sanderfoot left a message on March 28, 2020:
Losing a loved one is a difficult thing to go through. We want them with us and we miss them. Heaven is a beautiful place to be and Vic is now with Jesus and many others that we all miss until it is our turn to go to heaven. When I think of Uncle Vic, I think about how funny he was. When my mom (Gerry), was a teenager she baked a dessert and before Vic ate it he said an act of contrition. Mom asked why he said the contrition and Vic told her "I said it in case I die after I ate your dessert." Mom couldn't tell us that story without laughing. Vic's children also have that sense of humor. So sorry for your loss. He lived his life to the fullest. He will be missed. Love, Dennis and Jackie Sanderfoot
Mike and Amy Conway left a message on March 26, 2020:
We are so sorry about Vic’s passing. He holds a very special place in our hearts as we were neighbors and shared a driveway for 13 years. One of the hardest parts of moving almost 4 years ago, was leaving them. Though we visited from time to time, it wasn’t the same as living next door. Vic and Julie saw our 2 girls, Kaitlyn and Megan grow up. Watched them play in the back yard every day in the summer and Vic loved coming outside to take time to talk with them. He was always so kind and funny. The best neighbor! For the 5 months they were in town a year, we saw Vic serval times a week. He would walk over for a chat when we were outside, share stories, advise, and jokes with us. He was always a hoot and we loved him dearly. Such a kind, intelligent man with a great sense of humor. You could tell, he loved his kids dearly too, as many of his stories included fond memories of them growing up, along with news of what was going on in their lives at the current time. He helped Mike put in a back stone patio and stood for hours talking to him while he worked on projects in the garage. Vic was one of a kind. A good soul. Somewhat of a father figure to us and like a grandparent to our children. He will always hold a special place in our hearts. We love you Vic. Rest In Peace.
Jane Roovers left a message on March 26, 2020:
Dear Weber Family, Uncle Vic was always such a sweet man & I always enjoyed visiting with him. He had a fatherly presence which I always appreciated. I felt a connection to him because he loved Mom so very much! That made him even more special to me. You are all in our thoughts and prayers! Lots of love to all of you. Wish so much we could be there. Hugs! Dave and Jane Roovers
Alan and Jan Buss left a message on March 26, 2020:
Sorry for your loss, we’ll be thinking of you all on Monday, wish we could be there in person. Love, Al and Jan
Sandra L Nymoen left a message on March 26, 2020:
A cherished 2-sisters moment with our Dad. Visiting Dad and Julia in Arizona. Dad sharing golf putting tips, taking a walk together, playing games at their club house, and riding Dad’s golf cart. Wonderful family memories camping yearly on July 4 week. Thanks for the great times Dad and siblings!
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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