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Hastings resident Mary Lou Weber, 87, passed away Sunday, March 29, 2020, at her home.
Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, a celebration of life will be held at a later date. Private family burial will be at Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery, Arapahoe, NE. There will be no viewing or visitation. Memorials may be given to Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery Association.
Mary Lou was born May 19, 1932, the first of eight children born to Ewald H. & Louise (Ziebell) Hermes at Arapahoe, NE.
She was married to Leon W. “Lee” Weber in 1951, they raised their five children on their farm north of Arapahoe; he preceded her in death on March 17, 1996, and she moved to Hastings, NE. She was a homemaker, teacher, and friend. In 1990, she authored a book titled “A Heritage Of Faith” about the people of the church and community where she lived with her family at Arapahoe.
Mary Lou was preceded in death by parents; husband, Leon W. “Lee” Weber; sisters, Ruth Hermes, Elizabeth Beck, and Charlotte Hawthorne; and brother William Hermes.
Sons & Spouses:
Douglas & Mary Weber – Hastings, NE
Jerald Weber – Arapahoe, NE
James & Rebecca Weber – Broken Bow, NE
Scott Weber – Hastings, NE
Linda Weber – Hastings, NE
Grandchildren, Spouses & Families:
Jocie & Robert Paul
Damian, Ashton & Dominick
Shannon & Matt Andersen
Zoiee, Payzlee, Hoyt & Bowyn
Ryan & Samantha Weber
Hayden & Pierson
Kelvin & Sara Weber
Cameron, Reese & Ashton
Lisa & Brandon Langiewicz
Jaime & Jack Knaub
Tristan & Jackson
Brianna & Andy Coleman
Isabelle, Evelyn & Hudson
Brandon & Wendy Weber
Sisters & Spouse:
Alice Oelke – St. Francis, KS
Cheryl & Douglas Schutz – Arapahoe, NE
Brother & Spouse:
Charles & Margaret Hermes – Hastings, NE
Cathy Weber – Arapahoe, NE
Walter Beck – Kearney, NE
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