Anne Louise Weber
November 23, 1935 - November 07, 2020
Monday, November 16, 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Young Family Funeral Home - Kendallville Chapel
Monday, November 16, 2:00 PM
Young Family Funeral Home - Kendallville Chapel
Anne Louise Weber, 84, of Fort Wayne and formerly of Kokomo died Saturday, November 7, 2020, at the Towne House Retirement Center in Fort Wayne.
She was born November 23, 1935, in Fort Wayne to Lewis J. and Emma A. (Simon) DeVoe.
On June 12, 1955, in Kendallville she married John W. Weber. He preceded her in death on August 23, 1983. She was lifelong personal friends with his family also of Kendallville.
Mrs. Weber was a homemaker.
She was a member of Grace United Methodist Church in Kokomo and Covenant United Methodist Church in Fort Wayne.
Anne enjoyed sewing, yard work, traveling, and being at the lake cottage at Big Long Lake. She also enjoyed the times she participated in church related work camps in Puerto Rico and Jamaica.
Surviving are two sons, Mark Weber of Murrysville, Pennsylvania, and David (Sandra) Weber of Colorado Springs, Colorado; and a grandson, Jonathon Weber.
She was preceded in death by her parents and her stepmother, Margaret (Miller) DeVoe.
Funeral services will be Monday, November 16, 2020 at 2 p.m. at Young Family Funeral Home, Kendallville Chapel, 222 South State Street, Kendallville with the Rev. Steve McPeek of Trinity Church United Methodist in Kendallville officiating. Burial will be at Lake View Cemetery, Kendallville.
Calling is Monday from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the funeral home.
Per the Governor of Indiana, face masks are required.
Preferred memorials may be directed to Indiana Parkinson Foundation, 14350 Mundy Drive, Suite 800 #181, Noblesville, Indiana, 46060.
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To the Weber family, It was an honor to know your mother and be one of her PEO sisters. She lived her life with dignity, grace and a warm smile. She was so thankful for you boys, daughter-in-laws and a grandson. We missed her in Kokomo and I was privileged to have her in my home for an overnight stay to enjoy lunch with our sisters and a meeting on what might have been her last visit to the area. Will say a special prayer for her on her first birthday in heaven!! With fond regard for a special lady, Susan K Kirkpatrick
Ms. Anne I will miss you dearly! Our trips to the lake were full of fun and yummy food! Especially her special potatoe salad, she would make extra (lots) when I would come to visit with David! She worked so very hard on her lake home, but enjoyed floating on the lake on a hot summer's day. I can see her now waving Goodbye! She loved having her sons Mark & David and her grandson Jon at "the lake.' It was those moments that she centered her live around in the later years! She is now free from the pain of her long-term disease and somewhere in her kayak exploring "the lake." Love you Ms. Anne! Sandra
Sorry about your mother's passing. Carolyn and I knew both your parents and your grandparents. Their cottage was next door to our cottage on Greenwood Landing, Big Long Lake. Many good memories were had during those days.
Mark and David, You are in our thoughts and prayers. May the beautiful memories that you had with your Mother be a comfort in this time of loss. Know that she and your Father are reunited in a far better place.
David and Mark, Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We love you.
John and I really enjoyed getting to know Anne. We were in Adventurers and Sunday School with her. Two years ago I was her guest at the Town House when they celebrated November birthdays. To our surprise, we found out that John's family had the Big Long Lake cottage next to yours and didn't meet Anne until she moved to Fort Wayne.
Anne has been a valued member of our Prayer Shawl group at church. She was a funny, warm, intelligent woman - someone I enjoyed talking to. Her sense of humor will be missed. . . . .
Mark, David. We always enjoyed our time with your mom. Be it playing euchre, visiting at the lake, or just sitting around chatting. As we can’t be there to be with you two, please know that our thoughts are always with you.
What a wonderful lady she was. We had a lot of fun with Anne as she was one of us in the Covenant Prayer Shawl Team. We tried to get her to model the bikini she crocheted, but she would only show it on the table. Very inspirational, we'll miss her so much. Blessings and our sympathy to her family--she loved you dearly.
I am proud to have known Anne as my P.E.O. sister. She was a wonderful woman and will be greatly missed. God bless her family.
Beautiful picture of dear friend, Anne. That is what she was in life. Beautiful. Also, she was spunky, very knowledgeable, positive about her disease, reserved, She deeply loved her "boys." It was AlWAYS a pleasure to help her pack for move, dinners out, trip to Niswonger Arts Center, crochet chit chat, Dr visits, visits at Towne House even under restrictions. We will miss her. Sympathy to her family. Ruth Ann and Warren