OBITUARY

Margaret "Peg" A. Weber

December 9, 1930May 14, 2019
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Margaret "Peg" A. Weber, 88, of Huntertown, went Home to the Lord on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 surrounded by her family. She was born to the late Waldo E. and Mattie (Plasterer) Albert on December 9, 1930 in Fort Wayne, IN. She attended Columbia City Church of the Brethren. Margaret was a church organist and vocalist. She taught music for Fort Wayne Community Schools for 35 years. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Indiana Retired Teachers Association.

Margaret is survived by her children, Mark (Brenda) Weber, John (Brenda) Weber, Daniel (Elena) Weber, and Elizabeth (Matthew) Andonian; grandchildren, Stephanie Merkling, Lyndsay Patterson, Jonah Weber, Benjamin Weber, Sonia Ubias, Janet Hollomon, Kimberly Hart, Trevor Scharpenberg, and Alexander Scharpenberg; and 11 great-grandchildren. Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Lloyd L. Weber and siblings, Waldo E. Albert Jr., Frank D. Albert and Joyce A. Wiess.

Funeral service will be on Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 11:00 am at Greenlawn Funeral Home (6750 Covington Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46804) with visitation one hour prior. Visitation will also be from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm on Friday, May 17, 2019 at the funeral home. Burial will follow the service at Greenlawn Memorial Park.

Memorial contributions may be made to Columbia City Church of the Brethren or Life & Family Services Kendallville.

  • DONATIONS

  • Columbia City Church of the Brethren
  • Life & Family Services of Kendallville

Services

  • Visitation Friday, May 17, 2019
  • Visitation Saturday, May 18, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, May 18, 2019
  • Final Resting: Saturday, May 18, 2019

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denise murphy

May 18, 2019

I always enjoyed talking to her at the Magic Wand in Churubusco during her lunch dates, she will be missed.

ELAINE MUMMA

May 17, 2019

Many years have elapsed since "Peg" , my husband and I were fellow worshipers at South Side Church of the Nazarene. She sang for our wedding August 30, 1958. Russell passed away April 7, 2018. I came this evening, but did not know family members and all was very busy. The family is in my thoughts and prayers with sincere sympathy! Elaine Mumma

JUDITH HOLDEN

May 16, 2019

What an awesome lady and valued friend was Margaret! She was an artist with her knitting needles. We have one of her creations - an afghan covered with baskets of flowers. Margaret created made-to order afghans for family members and friends.. Listing 2 of them; one was the nativity scene, another was a vineyard covered with different colored grapes.
She loved the Lord, had a true Christian personal relationship with Jesus Christ. She prayed - talked to him throughout the day. We often told each other how we couldn't find something and by asking Jesus "Where is it?!" we would find the missing item. Every morning Margaret read from 5 different versions of he bibles. She also read the bible in the evening.
She loved, prayed for and was proud of her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. During our monthly meetings, she told me about the accomplishments of Mark, John, Daniel, and Beth, and various grandchildren.
Margaret led Bible studies. She cared for her home, yard, flowers. Every year she canned bushels of vegetables and fruit. A musician, she taught vocal music and led church choirs. In her 60s she learned to play the piano, in her 70s the organ, and played for different churches.
During our meetings we discussed the bible, our churches, and other topics. She always asked about our church and supported Merle and his work. Truly, at times I felt she must have some magical power to extend the day beyond 24 hours. I assume she slept sometime.
Two bible verses remind me of Margaret: 1. "Her children arise and call her blessed." (proverbs 31:28a) I don't know if they actually arise and call her blessed, but I do know they each called her every day and they and grandchildren looked after her. 2. The story in Acts 9 of Tabitha who died and the widows showed Peter the robes she made. I'm sure Margaret's beautiful afghans will be shown for many years! I will miss you, Margaret, but will be seeing you in heaven!

Cheryl W

May 16, 2019

Please accept my sincerest condolence and the comfort of the GOD of Tender Mercy.
Jeremiah 29:11.

Lori Haase

May 15, 2019

I've known Margaret for a little over 17 years, first as her banker and quickly as her friend. I've visited her at her home and had cake and coffee with her in the cute little china tea set as we visited in her "bird sanctuary". She was such a special lady and although I've met a couple of her children here and there, I felt like I knew all of you (even the grandkids). She was so proud of her family and their accomplishments in life. She was a lady of many talents. I don't think I've ever seen such an organized yarn collection, all neatly stored by color and weight. Truly, I wouldn't have expected any less of her, she was so organized with every little detail of life. Not more than 5 or 6 years ago, she brought into my office several notebooks, in these notebooks neatly written was her checkbook ledger some as old as 50 years ago. She was an inspiration to everyone she met too, I've not thought about playing music since high school band, but she has encouraged me and I've started dabbling around with an old clarinet. Maybe some day I'll be half as musically talented as she was. She was better than she gave herself credit for too, when she played our church service in April, she hardly recognized her own recording on our digital keyboard. She'd grin and ask me several times during the service, "is that really me?" She will be missed here, but I'm sure she's already one of Heaven's favorite ladies, I know she was one of mine.

REV MERLE HOLDEN

May 15, 2019

Margaret was a fine Christian Lady who loved the Lord! She played for our services when we first started New Life Lutheran Church in the Feller and Clark Funeral Home in Auburn and when we bought property in Waterloo she played for special occasions as recently as April 14!
Judith (my wife) and Margaret met for lunch monthly for many years and I always enjoyed talking to her when I picked Judith up!
She now in heaven for all eternity with Christ and she served Christ well during her time on this earth!
Prayers for the family!
We will really miss her!

Donna Weber

May 15, 2019

I am married to Peg's nephew Gary. We had the pleasure to spend an afternoon at her house with her awesome family. What a wonderful day we had. I only wish we could have done it again, but we will treasure that day in our hearts forever. Rest in peace Aunt Peg, until we meet again...
Donna Weber

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