On June 12th, 2019, Charles Thomas Weber (Tom) lost his courageous struggle with Alzheimer’s Disease and went to be with his savior, Jesus Christ. Tom was born on July 7th, 1933, to Charles Peter Weber and Roberta Helen (Grosse) Weber. He was preceded in death by his wife of 57 years, Joanne Haines Weber, his parents, and his sister, Barbara Lee (Weber) Rago. Tom is survived by his two sons, Chuck and Joel (April) Weber, his grandchildren, Faith Weber Niess and Brendan Weber, as well as his great grandson, Levi Niess. His extended family includes many nieces and nephews.
A lifelong member of the Pleasant Hills / Jefferson Hills community, Tom was also a lifetime member of Pleasant Hills Community Presbyterian Church, where he was active in Tres Dias, served as Deacon and Elder, the Retired Men’s Group, and many bible study groups. Tom served during the Korean Conflict and was an aircraft / powerplant mechanic at Eglin Airforce Base throughout his tenure in the Air Force.
Tom loved his family and had many fond memories of family activities including trips to the shore, particularly Stone Harbor and Cape May New Jersey, touring the country, visiting Europe, and Hawaii vacations, to touch on a few. An avid sailor, he enjoyed taking his Flying Scott to Moraine State Park for family outings on the weekends. Tom loved golfing and enjoyed traversing the golf course as much as possible after his retirement from Weber Gas & Welding Supply Company.
Tom loved classical music and enjoyed playing his violin most evenings, and at the church in the orchestra. He also enjoyed playing his harmonica and entertained the folks at Arden Courts Memory Assisted Living while he was still able.
A Memorial and Celebration of Life service will be held in the Sanctuary of Round Hill Presbyterian Church at 11:00 AM on Thursday, June 27th, 2019. Private interment at Jefferson Memorial Park will follow at a later date.
Donations may be made in Tom’s name to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Tom’s professional funeral services have been entrusted to the Blair-Lowther Funeral Home, Perryopolis, PA.