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Lawrence Curtis Weber

December 28, 1936April 26, 2020
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Lawrence Curtis Weber, known to many as Larry, passed Sunday evening April 26th, 2020 at Good Samaritan Medical Center, Lafayette Co. He went peacefully in the presence of his close family members at the age of 83. He was born December 28, 1936 in Worland, Wyoming to Emma (Lehman) Weber and Louis Curtis Weber. He was preceded in death by his wife Janet Rae Weber, beloved sons Scott and Tim Weber, and his sister Eileen Walton. Larry is survived by his siblings, Richard Weber, Mary Ellen Threlfall, James Weber, Daniel Weber, Christine Weber, all born in Worland Wyoming. He is also survived by his daughter in law Christine Weber-Heneks and two grandchildren, Tyler Weber and Elise Weber. A memorial will be held at a later date and information will be made available on Lawrence Weber’s facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/lawrence.weber.92798.

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maryAnn Larsen

January 14, 2021

So sorry to hear of Lauries passing. Dennis and I remember many good times with Laurie and Jan. He was a kind and gentle man. I know Tyler and Elise will miss their grandpa

Jeanne Duffy

January 14, 2021

I am sorry to learn of this news. I remember the lovely couple at many of our North Arvada gatherings. May he, Jan and their sons rest in peace together now. I send my sympathy to family members.

Pam Stinson

January 13, 2021

So sorry to hear so late of Lorry's passing. He was a good man, kind, solid, positive and friendly. I love my memories of Jan and him, and always, the dogs! When I think of them, I think FAMILY. It always came first.

Pam Stinson

Lorraine Sugg

May 13, 2020

Lovely family photos. Larry and I carpooled over 30 years ago! He was soft spoken and always a gentleman. So very sorry for your loss. May all these wonderful memories bring you comfort at this difficult time.

Tom Howard

May 2, 2020

Larry was a good neighbor. I remember the time Larry had to drive the school bus and needed some way to get the new family car out to the farm. He asked me if a would help him out. That was the the first time I drove an automatic transmission.

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