Memorial Oaks Funeral Home & Cemetery

13001 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX


Loyd E. Weber Jr.

September 30, 1924August 4, 2019

Loyd E. Weber was born on September 30, 1924 and passed away on August 4, 2019.


  • Visitation Friday, August 9, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, August 9, 2019
  • Committal Service Friday, August 9, 2019


Loyd E. Weber Jr.

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Neal Rocha

August 8, 2019

We are neighbors of the Weber's. Lloyd was always smiling when he called my name so we could chit chat about one thing or another. He always asked about the family by name each and every time we chatted. We couldn't chat without him chuckling about one thing or another. I knew he was in the military and always thanked him for his service on veteran's day. He once modestly replied that his service allowed me to tinker in the garage or in the garden or whatever made me happy. He once told me that we were better neighbors than the family before us because we didn't make a bunch of noise. We will miss Lloyd. He was a good man and neighbor.

Les (L.W.) Jones

August 5, 2019

Life is full of ironies. One occurred today as we were traveling with friends in England. Our discussion turned to family and I was asked about uncles. I indicated that my favorite uncle Buddy was the only surviving uncle I had. And then I found out he passed away yesterday.

I have two particularly fond memories of Uncle Buddy. One was the time we took a shot at that snake while fishing behind the levy at Uncle Ralph's. The second was when we had to run for the fence when that Brahma bull charged us while returning from the stock pond across from grandfather's house.

Uncle Buddy always found a way to put a smile on your face, even when Uncle Bill and Uncle Ken were arguing about a call on the Longhorn/A&M Thanksgiving Day football game. And he always had a smile on his face to share with all.

Linda Wood

August 5, 2019

Buddy Weber was a very caring, loving, intelligent, inventive, imaginative, generous, fun loving, and wonderful man just to name a few of his admirable qualities. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. I was blessed to have him for an uncle and enjoyed several trips with him and his family. I have treasured memories of time spent with him. One was the fun I had standing on his cruise ship balcony watching the flying fish together. I also remember enjoying watching the birds outside from his dining table. I also remember eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches on picnics, crabbing with fat tied to a string on a stick, rolling a hoop with a stick, and so many other things that were made better by sharing them with him . Any time spent with Buddy was an adventure and the world desperately needs more people like Buddy. My heart hurts that I will no longer get to enjoy his company, but I am so blessed to have the memories of fun filled times with him.