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Fred Weber

In Loving Memory

Weber, Fred William

November 23, 1924 - January 3, 2024

born November 23rd, 1924 and fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2024 at the age 99.

Beloved husband of the late Laura (nee Duepman) Weber for 46 years and Willy (nee Knight) Weber; devoted father of Christine (the late Murray) Schneider and David (Lori) Weber; loving grandfather of Jeffrey (Jennifer) Obradovits, Kevin (Jenny) Obradovits, Michael (Ashley) Obradovits, Stephanie (Greg Gladbach) Weber, and Elizabeth Weber; cherished great grandfather (Papa 2) of Thomas, Kevin, Piper, Lottie, Connor, Avarie, Benjamin, and Oliver; loving son of the late Fred H. and Edna Weber (nee Bolhofner); brother of the late Charlotte (Gerald) Grell (nee Weber).

 Fred was a Navy Veteran of World War 2. He was active in the Classic Car Club, Horseless Carriage Club, and the Model T Club.

In lieu of flowers, contributions made to Rock Steady Boxing in Fenton (908 Claymark Dr St. Louis, MO 63131) are greatly appreciated.

SERVICES: Funeral Mass will be held at St. Catherine Laboure Church (9740 Sappington Rd 63128) on Tuesday, January 16th at 10:00 AM. Interment at Resurrection Cemetery. A service of KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL.


5 thoughts on “Weber, Fred William”

  1. On behalf of the Spirit of St. Louis Region – Classic Car Club of America, of which Fred was a member for many years, we express our deepest condolences to the Weber family on their loved one. We shall miss Fred immensely.

  2. To David and the whole family. Fred opened up a complete new world for me and I will never forget him. He not only gave me a special tour of his personal cars, toys, and music machines, he drove me around St Louis in his 1931 Cadillac V-16! He certainly got me hooked. And always with such grace. Not only a fine gentleman and family man but a true friend. Sorry I am out of town for the funeral. May he rest in peace and enjoy his future life with many rich experiences like the gifts he gave to all of us who knew him.

  3. If we look in the dictionary, we find the word “Hallmark” which is defined as “any mark or special indication of genuineness or good quality, a distinguishing feature or characteristic”. I will remember Fred by his “hallmarks,” meaning those things that stick in our mind and add up to our total impression of that person. Fred set a great example for me as both a young business man and a fine friend. His demeanor was always open, casual and relaxed. Being a car guy, I was blessed with having been on car tours and events with him, and when things on a tour didn’t go according to plan, Fred was always the better man and never blew up like some people did. He always welcomed me to come and visit his personal collection when I was in town. He had a playful sense of humor and was fun to be around and he was generous in sharing his knowledge about car and memorabilia collecting. If, as a young business man, I asked Fred for business advice, he was always forthcoming and never impatient or overbearing in his response. I shall miss Fred a lot, rest in peace good friend.

  4. May Fred rest in peace. I’m interested to know what will be his favorite Chariot in his Heavenly home. Thanks Fred for all you’ve accomplished while on Earth.

  5. Fred will be missed by all , he was a super person his knowledge of the world of fine automobiles was phenomenal. Always there to lend a hand and fill you with knowledge.
    Prayers to David and his family .


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