Mr. Paul J. Weber
February 22, 2008
Mr. Paul J. Weber, 87, former longtime resident of 912 Colquitt Ct. in Albany, died February 22, 2008 at Morning Side of Albany.
Funeral service will be Monday, February 25, at 10 AM at First United Methodist Church. Rev. Michael A. McAfee and Dr. Donald M. Kea officiating. Interment will follow at Andersonville National Cemetery in Andersonville, GA with military honors.
Mr. Weber was born in Dunlap, Iowa on September 10, 1920 to the late Hugh and Mary Weber. He graduated from Mondamin (Iowa) High School in 1939. He faithfully served our country in the United States Navy during W.W.II, Korea Conflict and Vietnam retiring after 26 years of service. Mr. Weber also worked at the Albany Firestone Plant for 13 years and was an avid golfer.
He was a member of the American Legion and was a loyal member of First United Methodist Church of Albany for 40 years, where he was a member of the Fellowship Sunday School and served as Usher for 37 ½ years . He loved people and ushering was a way he could help, love and care for others and also serve the Lord Jesus Christ.
Mr. Weber was preceded in death by his wife of 43 years, Mary Jane Mills Weber; and six brothers: Hubert, Bernard, Leo, Gerald, Thane and Todd Weber.
Survivors include his son, Joe Weber and his wife Randi of Belfair, WA; daughter, Anne Weber Neal and her husband Steve of Albany, GA; granddaughters: Kelly Mullins and her husband Chad of Albany, GA, and Leslie Martin and her husband Thomas of Raleigh, NC; two great-grandchildren: Josh Mullins and Leah Mullins; sisters: Alice Penny of Foley, AL, Margaret Oldemoppen of Elberta, AL, and Charlotte Dornblaser of Brookings, OR; brothers: Chuck Weber of Champaigne, IL, and Donald Weber of Hawthorne, CA; and a special friend, Lois Jones of Baconton, GA.
The family will receive friends Sunday from 2:00 PM till 4:00 PM at Kimbrell-Stern.
Those desiring, please make memorials to First United Methodist Church, 307 Flint Ave., Albany, GA 31701.
You may sign the online guest book and share your own special thoughts with the family of Mr. Weber by visiting Kimbrell-Stern's website at www.kimbrellstern.com