Note: Obituary-Saturday September 15, 1951
J. Weber Dies at 85
A Lorain resident 60 years, Joseph Weber, 85, died at 1 A.M. today at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lester (Agnes) Rumpler, 1051 W. 22nd. Street.
Born in Amherst, he was a retired heater at the National Tube Co. He retired 1932 after 42 years of service.
Weber was a member of St. Joseph Parish. His wife, Christina died in 1933.
Survivors, besides Mrs. Rumpler, include three daughters, Mrs. Russell (Regina) Kerr, and Mrs. Walter (Genevieve) Meyers, Lorain, and Mrs. Christina Weaver, Amherst; five sons, William Bernard, Henry, and Joseph, Jr. all of Lorain, and Clarence, of Sheffield; 23 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.
The body is at Reichlin-Cooley funeral home and will be taken to Mrs. Rumpler's home Sunday at 8:30 A.M., Tuesday followed by mass at St. Joseph's Church at 9 A.M., with Rev. Fr. Jerome N. Rohner, pastor, officiating Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.
Memorial Record of Joseph Weber
Reichlin-Cooley Funeral Home Lorain, Ohio
In Memory of Joseph Weber
Born July 7th 1866 in Amherst, Ohio
Enter into rest 1:00 A.M. September 15th 1951
1051 West 22nd Street Lorain, Ohio
Eighty Five Years Two Months Eight Days
Service at Saint Joseph Church Lorain, Ohio
Rev. Father Jerome Rohner Officiating
BEARERS Harold Joseph Rumpler, Donald Edward Rumpler, Richard Jerome Rumpler, James Arthur Weber, Bernard Joseph Weber, Charles Edward Weber, and Henry Thomas Weber.
Interment Calvary Cemetery Section 6 Lot 827
*Family Notes furnished by Boyd Weber.
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