Henry G. Weber

September 10, 2018

Henry G. Weber, 88, of Frankfort, passed away on Monday, September 10, 2018 at Wesley Manor Retirement Community in Frankfort.

He was born on November 3, 1929 in Blytheville, Arkansas to Reese and Mary Martha (Ballard) Weber.  He married Cheryl Anne McClarin on May 27, 1951 in Jackson, TN and she preceded him in death on June 23, 2016.  He was a 1947 graduate of Memphis Tech High School, earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1951 from Lambeth College in Jackson, TN and his Bachelor of Divinity in May of 1962 at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis.  Mr. Weber was a Pastor for over 40 years and retired July 1, 1988.  He was a member of Indiana Conference of United Methodist Church, President of Habitat for Humanity in Henry County, TN, Master Gardener, Scout Master in Paris, TN and he enjoyed woodworking and gardening.

Memorial donations may be made in Henry’s honor to the Paris First United Methodist Church, 101 E Blythe Street, Paris, TN  38242 or Habitat for Humanity, 105 S Market Street, Paris TN  38242.  Archer-Weston Funeral & Cremation Center, 501 E Clinton Street, Frankfort, IN  46041 is honored to assist Henry’s family.

Visitation and Services

A Graveside Service will take place at a later date in Paris, TN.

Survived by:

Survivors include his Sons:  Henry G. “Hank” (Carlene) Weber II of Lapaz, IN, Derek C. (LaDonna) Weber of Indianapolis, IN, and Jason M. (Will Ball) Weber of Brooklyn NY;  Daughter:  Tricia Elise (Husband: David Hines) Weber of Santa Clarita, CA;  Sister:  Betty Jean Seaton of Memphis, TN;  Grandchildren:  Lindsey Erin Weber, Kelsey Layne Weber, Rhys Edmund Weber, and Madeleine Marie Weber.

Preceded by:

He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, son: Stephen, and brother: Reese Jr.


Leave your Condolences

10 Condolences for “Henry G. Weber”

  1. Jerilyn Geiger September 12, 2018 at 8:57 am

    Just wanted you to know that I thought your Dad was a wonderful person. Just saw him ( and you once) a few times at Wesley Manor, but felt I knew all about him. I brought Frances Brown to see him and she talked so much about Henry. Now they are both rejoicing around the throne!!

    • Tricia Weber September 13, 2018 at 1:14 pm

      Dear Jerilyn,
      Thank you for your kind and comforting words, and my heartfelt gratitude for your visits to Dad. I clearly remember our delightful meeting and the way you lifted Dad’s spirits with your thoughtfulness and a care package from Miss Frances.

  2. Jan Dimick September 13, 2018 at 2:50 pm

    Our sympathies go out to you at this time. Prayers you are surrounded with memories that will bring joy and peace in the days ahead.

  3. James Robertson September 13, 2018 at 8:19 pm

    Sorry to hear of your loss but Henry left a legacy of selfless living and giving here in Paris. I have fond memories of him mentoring me in choir and working beside him building Habitat homes. His contributions to Paris and Henry County will not soon be forgotten.

  4. Paul Fulp September 13, 2018 at 10:46 pm

    Derek – many years ago your dad touched my mind and life in an awesome way. He was “keynoting” institute one week. I had been raised in a very conservative, unquestioning environment. I found out listening to your dad that week that it was OK to think for myself, that it was OK to raise questions and it was OK to be myself. I got to spend a little time one on one with him. He never knew what a difference he made in my life. For that week, and for that time being around your dad I will forever be grateful and changed.

    Paul Fulp

  5. Greg McClarin September 14, 2018 at 3:29 pm

    Tricia, Han,k Derek and Jason –
    Thinking about you and praying for all of you and your families. So sorry for the loss of Uncle Henry. But, I am finding some comfort in the fact that he and Aunt Anne are conversing again and walking on golden streets together! And I’m quite sure Henry has already found some fishing poles, organized his tackle-box, set up a work-shop and is arguing with St. Peter about updating the Pearly Gates! And, my Dad and him are discussing heaven knows what kinds of things — while Anne is trying to referee. May God bless you and keep you all within His uplifting arms and wash over you with the peace and comfort that passes all understanding. Love you much! -Greg McClarin

  6. Ron Nagy September 15, 2018 at 10:29 am

    He is thought of often. He was one of my favorites and will never be forgotten. He was the pastor at Saint Paul’s Memorial Methodist Church in South Bend when I got married to Fran Nagy in 1976. We taught Sunday school there for several years under his guidence. My condolences to the family.

  7. Dave Holtgrewe September 16, 2018 at 5:11 pm

    We send our deepest sympathy and prayers to the Weber family. Henry will be remember as an awesome storyteller sitting around the fire and under the stars at Spinks at the annual Boy Scouts cuboree in Routon. Henry donated so much of his time and talents to his community.
    He will be missed!
    Sincerely Dave & Barbara Holtgrewe

  8. Kathy Patterson Conrad September 17, 2018 at 11:09 am

    Deepest sympathy to your family. I was on summer staff at Lakeshore when Henry was our fearless leader. He could shoo a poisonous snake back into the woods with a tea towel. What an amazing man and what wonderful memories! Grace and peace to you all!

  9. Josh Holtgrewe September 22, 2018 at 8:28 am

    Dear Weber family, extended family, and friends.

    You all do not know me, and I doubt Mr. Weber would have remembered me either, but I wanted to send my heartfelt condolences to you all at this time. As most of you would know, Mr. Weber was the Pack Leader of Cub Scout Pack 28 in Paris in the late 80s and early 90s. I was a young boy at the time, but have many fine memories of Mr. Weber’s stories and dedication to the Scouting movement. I always found him to be kind to all he came in contact with and very generous with his time. The world has lost a fine gentlemen. God’s blessings to you all at this time.

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