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Joseph Weber

In Loving Memory

Weber, Joseph B. “Ben”

Weber, Joseph B. “Ben” Tuesday May 7, 2024. Beloved husband of Sharon E. Weber (nee Gamblin). Dear father of Mary Beth (Cliff) Faucheux. Dear grandfather of Sharon Marie Faucheux, Jamie Elizabeth (Danny) Ehrett and Clifford Charles “Trey” Faucheux, III.  Dear great grandfather of Finley Jay Ehrett. Our dear brother of 9, brother-in-law, uncle of 16, great uncle, first cousin of 36 and friend.

Memorial visitation at Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. Saturday May 18, 1:00 pm until memorial service at 3:00 pm. Service concludes at the funeral home. Ben was the Past Secretary of the St. Louis Gateway Chapter of the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge, and an avid World War II and family military historian. Woodworking was his passion, and he created a beautiful shop he considered his haven. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation at www.marineheritage.org are appreciated.

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4 thoughts on “Weber, Joseph B. “Ben””

  1. We will truly miss our dear friend and neighbor Ben. He was so pleasant to be around and converse with. His military historical facts were amazing and enlightening to hear about. His woodworking skills were fantastic. We have proof of that with the beautiful desk he made for us, and will treasure it always, as well as our long friendship.

  2. Our deepest condolences to Sherry and her family in the loss of Ben. He will be missed by so many who knew this kind and gentle man. Whenever we’re in town, we often visited when he’d walk his little dog.. thoughts and prayers Sherry.
    Jim and Lydia Chamberlain

  3. Sherry and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. We cherish the jewelry box Ben made and gave us from his workshop haven.

  4. My deepest condolences Ben was like a brother to the orphans of WWII and we loved him as such. I will miss him for he would contact me every so often . Good bye to another friend may you rest in peace Ben and say hello to our dads.


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