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Lisa Weber

In Loving Memory

Weber, Lisa R.

August 26, 1967 - March 18, 2024


Monday March 18, 2024.

Beloved mother of Steven (Amanda) Key and Cody (Erin) Fogle; dear grandmother of Walter Fogle; loving daughter of Dale and the late Sharon Weber; dear sister of Tina (Kerry) Pini and Dan (Jennifer Lee) Weber; dear aunt of Joshua Pini, Rebecca (Christopher) Singletary, Samantha Pini, Kaylyn (David) Schulenburg and Logan Weber; dear niece, cousin and friend.

Services; Visitation at KUTIS AFFTON Chapel 10151 Gravois, Monday March 25 10:00 AM until service at 12 Noon. Interment Park Lawn Cemetery. Memorials to Society for the Blind https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/1440244 or National Foundation for Organ Transplants https://transplants.org/how-to-donate/ appreciated.



4 thoughts on “Weber, Lisa R.”

  1. Lisa is a Miracle She has suffered a good portion of her Life and is a Wonderful Niece of Mine that I have respected Lisa so much because of what She has been through. I Miss and Love Lisa already so so much but I will remember that She is finally At Piece with Our Lord and we can be Thankful that Lisa does not have to Suffer any more and is with her Mother Sharon in Heaven ( The Detterman Family )

  2. Dear Lisa
    I will always remember when you stayed with me during the blizzard of 1982 when you could not get home from your babysitting job
    You are at peace now
    I will miss you

  3. Lisa and I had such good times growing up laughing and playing together. The holidays were such fun with all of our cousins. I was a few years older and we would laugh and giggle when I babysat her on occasion and Tina and Dan. As we grew up we kept in touch and would sometimes get together for an evening out. As we got older, I would treasure the days she was feeling well, and we could spend an afternoon of Chinese and chatter. Oh, and the Sir Elton John concert was the best time of all! I wish for you to rest in peace dear cousin. Lisa was dealt a tough blow with her diabetes and all the struggles that went along with it. But always smiled and never complained. Give a hug to our cousin Michelle and my sister Cathy in heaven. We love you and will miss you greatly.

  4. Lisa you where and will always be my Best friend . For 32 years we did it all and had seen it all. I will miss out late night phone calls to each other and how we loved going to pasta house and Ruma’s Deli. Remember when you got your first horse. Classic. We had so much fun You are one that will be truly be missed. I promise I will take a trail ride for you and I know you will be with me. Your best friend always. Kristen Aschinger


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