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. Alice,
    I recieved the telephone call from Kathy a couple of days ago. I was caught off guard about the news and am truly sorry to hear your Vince is not going to be with us anymore.
    I’ve been recalled again and am in Virginia for training before leaving for the sun and sand. Please send me your email address and I’ll get in touch with you when I am over there. Heidi and myself will keep you forefront in our thoughts and prayers during this time. If you could please keep Heidi in your prayers too, I would very much appreciate it. Please send my love your your children and the cousins when you see them.
    Yours in Christ,

  2. Dear Alice, Jeffrey, and Shylene,

    No need to repeat that Vince was a great man. He impacted my family’s life very deeply; and he left a good scar for lack of a better word. Not every human being can do that. We are so fortunate to have been associated with Vince and yourselves.



  3. Anonymous says:

    Alice, Jeffrey and Shylene, Your dad meant so much to me and Rosemary. He was not only my brother but my best friend. I know your loss is a great one, but we will be there for you too.
    I put many of my thoughts in my eulogy and am attaching it here for those that asked me for a copy. Rosemary and I will love you guys forever.
    Alice, your family and friends made it so easy to know that Vince has gone to heaven to wait for us there. The outpour of love from everyone is terrific. I’ve always known you had a wonderful family but times like this really made them shine. Thank them again for us!
    Love, Steve

    Hello I’m here to talk about my brother, Edward Vincent Weber, Jr. Vince, named after our father Edward. Vince was born November 21st, 1957 and died February 21, 2006. He was 48 years young. I had to remind him every now and then that he was three years younger then me so he would know how old he was. He had seven brothers and sisters, Brad wife Kristin, Kim, Laurie, Jeff, Amy, Mitchell wife Kelly and myself, Steve and my wife Rosemary. The four older kids were born in Cincinnati, Ohio and the younger three were born in Fullerton, California. When he was five and I was eight years old our parents decided to move to California. This was before the seatbelt laws and all and Vince and I came across the country on the top of a pick-up truck lying on a mattress. We thought it was so cool up there. Today our folks would be arrested for such a thing.

    Vince had the honor to be loved by many but especially by three women! The first was his mother, Patricia, who he was welcomed into heaven by, I am sure. The second was Joylyn, my stepmother, who adopted Vince and the rest of my brothers and sisters. I am sure that Vince will be waiting in heaven for her, for all that she has taken on raising this family when anyone else would have run as fast as they could in the other direction at just the thought of seven kids, especially when she already had one of her own, my step-brother Brad. The third was his wife, Alice. From the moment they got together you could tell they were in love. They would be celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary this August and when I saw them in December they looked like they were newly-weds. We love you Alice and will always be here for you.

    I said three women, only because at our age we will always think of our kids and my niece as our kids. Shylene has turned into a beautiful young women, who also loved her dad very much and I know he loved and was so proud of you.

    Vince was also loved by his son, Jeffrey. Your dad was so proud and loved you very much too. I have been down here for several days, since Vince passed away and I have seen this young man be so strong and keep on working on things that he was going to help his dad finish, going to school still and helping take care of his mom. I love you and am proud to be your uncle.

    Vince was also loved by Alice’s family. Alice’s dad, I am sure also met Vince in heaven. His mother-in-law Rose, his sisters-in-law, Sylvia, Rosemary and husband, Tommy, Diane, Cynthia and his brother-in-law Daniel.

    Vince loved to be around kids, especially all his many nieces and nephews. Not to forget, at his young age, the great nieces and nephews. In many of the pictures in the front of the church you can see him having fun and enjoying his life with you all.

    Vince had a very positive outlook on life. He would always look for the good in things. He loved being around his family and friends. He loved work, not as much as golfing but took pride in doing the best he could wherever he worked, be it truck driver, where he was certified to train other truck drivers. He was a salesman, where he became top salesman at Coors and then moved even further up the ladder to warehouse foreman. He took a small operation selling energy drinks to over seven delivery trucks and all of Southern California distribution with a major chain of grocery stores. The last job he had he really loved. When I talked to him, I could tell he really liked the people at Webac, h

  4. Alice,
    We were so shocked I’m sure as all were to hear about the much too early passing of Vince. We cannot express our condolences enough for you and your entire family. Our thoughts are with you.
    –Jenn and Jason

  5. Although I never knew Vince, I did know his mother. I feel deeply saddened for her and all the family. I will pray for them..

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