Edward Vincent Weber Jr.

Edward Vincent Weber Jr.

November 21, 1957 - February 21, 2006

Edward Vincent Weber Jr.

November 21, 1957 - February 21, 2006


E. Vincent Weber, Jr., 48, was born November 21, 1957 in Ohio and passed away Tuesday, February 21, 2006 in Orange, California. Vincent was a truly beloved husband, father and son. Everyday was another opportunity for him to express his endless love and live up to his many ideals and values. His optimism could not be conquered, and the impact he had on the lives of those he loved is incomprehensible. He is survived by his devoted wife Alice; loving son Jeffrey Weber; loving daughter Shylene Weber; beloved sisters Kimarie Carol Weber, Lauren Patricia Makuch and Amy Elizabeth Weber; brothers Steven Clarke Weber Rosemary, Brad Russell Croak Kristin, Jeffrey Scott Weber and Mitchell Todd Weber Kelly; parents Edward & Joylyn Weber; sisters-in-law Sylvia Estrada, Rosemary Mungia Tommy, Diane Lopez and Cynthia Estrada; brother-in law Daniel Estrada and mother in-law Rose Quiroz. He was dearly loved by many, and he will be deeply missed by all.

A Vigil will be held Monday, February 27, 2006 ~ 7:00 P.M. at St. Kilian Catholic Church, Mission Viejo, California.

A Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, February 28, 2006 ~ 10:30 A.M. at St. Kilian Catholic Church, Mission Viejo, California.

An Interment will followed immediately at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, Orange California.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his memory to the American Heart Association or Orangewood Children’s Foundation. Please select Charities for details.

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39 responses to Edward Vincent Weber Jr.

  1. Richard King says:

    Dear Alice, Shylene and Jeffrey,

    I can’t begin to tell you how sorry I am at your loss. Alice, your husband, and kids, your father, was one of the greatest men I’ve ever known . . . truly. It’s impossible to tell you how much he has meant to me personally. And I know he loved each of you dearly and completely. I realize this is a difficult time. However, please know your husband and father was a gift of unparalleled dimension. As you continue in your own lives, please also know his legacy and spirit live on in each of you. God bless you all. If there is ever anything I can do, please do not hesitate to ask. Fondly, Richard King

  2. Diane Lopez says:

    I want to send to you my deepest condolences for your loss. Vince was a good husband, father, and brother in law. I will always remember him not only for his outgoing friendly nature but for how much he loved his family and how he would do anything to make them happy. His love for you and the kids always showed. He will be missed. Love Always

  3. Robbi Moore says:

    Alice, Jeffrey and Shylene,

    In Loving Memory of Vince Weber Jr.

    “Drop by Drop…in our sleep, upon the heart sorrow falls, memories pain, and to us though against our very will, comes wisdom, by the awful grace of God.”-Aeschylus

    “There are places in the heart which do not yet exist and into them suffering enters in order that they may have existence.”-Leon Bloy

    “I am Glad You’re in My Dash”
    For that dash represents all the time that I spent alive on earth…And now only those who loved know what that little line is worth. So think about this long and hard…Are there things you’d like to change? For you never know how much time is left that can still be rearranged if we could just slow down enough to consider what’s true and real, and to always try to understand the way other people feel. If we treat each other with respect, and more often wear a smile, remembering that this special Dash might only last a little while.
    What matters is how we live and love and how we spend our Dash. Would you be proud of the things they say and how you spent your dash?

    Dearest friend Alice, Jeffrey and Shylene;

    Thank you for the Dash of time that I was able to share with you and Vince at your family gatherings…I will always remember Vince’s beautiful soul and smile.

    Stay close to God and the Eucharist, for there your heart and Vince will always be…now and eternally…joy, peace, and many of God’s graces will follow the rest of your days and nights, as Vince continues his life in God’s awesome paradise. Vince is right where you need him, neither sight nor touch is as powerful as his loving vibrant soul that will always be around you, Jeffrey and Shylene.

    Much love and time to you, Jeffrey and Shylene

    Your friend always,

    Robbi Moore
    In Loving Memory of Daniel F. Moore

    87 Rue Du Chateau
    Aliso Viejo, CA

  4. Alice and Kids,
    Please accept our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. I have attended last night’s service and saw everyone that loved Vince and the people that he has touched or helped in one way or another, I also heard most of the people that described him as a family/close friend, through the seven years of being your neighbor and acquaintance, I wish I could have known him more.

  5. I feel the world has lost one of the truly good guys too soon. Vince was a man I respected very much for his sincerely honest and caring and happy approach to everything. I know I am on a long list of people who will miss a very good friend but all of us will remember Vince with a smile. He was always so proud of his family and I know his spirit will continue watch over them.

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