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Crosman Funeral Home

40 Main Street, Lisbon Falls, ME

OBITUARY

Robert Louis Weber

August 29, 1935May 23, 2020

Robert Louis Weber, a long time resident of Lisbon Falls Maine, died at home surrounded by family on May 23, 2020. He was born in Yukon Oklahoma on August 29, 1935 to Louis Weber and Leila-Mae Thornton-Weber. He was raised in the Coweta Oklahoma area, living often on the family farm with his grandparents George Quail and Grace Mansfield. He graduated from Porter High School in 1953. Robert then joined the Wheat Harvest crew, riding a Combine Harvester from Oklahoma to the Canadian border. He enlisted with the Naval Air Group in 1954, US Navy. He went on to have a 30 year career, achieving E9 AFCM (Master Chief Aircraft Maintenance). He was stationed in many States and on many Carriers. He traveled abroad and was a Vietnam war veteran. He earned many Awards, Medals and Commendations. Robert was a member of the local American Legion. He retired from Brunswick Naval Air Station in 1983. In 1957 Robert traveled to Massachusetts to be in the wedding of a Navy friend, Donald Gurney, and met his future bride Joan A. Rumrill, also in the wedding. They were married in 1958 for nearly 62 years and had five children together. Lately, he had been an avid bowler at Yankee Lanes in Cooks Corner Brunswick. He enjoyed the summer lobster leagues! He worked many jobs after retirement, carpentry and construction with Ron Gagne and Ron Howe building many structures in the area. Robert also built Ships at Bath Iron Works. Robert sold life insurance for Franklin Life Insurance. When he was stationed at Cecil Field Naval Air Station he was the President of the Skeet Range. He was a 24 out of 24 shot. He was a life long game hunter and traveled North America hunting and fishing. Robert was an extremely successful and avid gardener. Robert is survived by his wife Joan of the home and loving daughters Joanne E. Jones of FL, Karen S. Weber of ME, and Carolyn Weber-Mooney of FL. Grandchildren Adriana West, Roberto Russo, Vittorio Russo, Alicia Weber, Brandi DiRenzo, Jacob and Tyler Wall. Great grandchildren Lucas and Lilli West, Abby Merrill, Justin Robert and Wesley Howe, Gabriel and Jovian Robert DiRenzo. Robert loved them all dearly and they loved him. Robert is also survived by brothers Dwight and Rickie Weber. Michael Cantrell. Sisters Carolyn Waldren, Grace Arnell and many nieces and nephews. He also had many life-long friends and neighbors-you know who you are. Robert was predeceased by his twin sons Ray and Roy, his brother Jack Weber, infant sister Victoria, sister Patricia Leighty and many sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law. Services will be held at Crosman Funeral Home, 40 Main Street, Lisbon Falls, Me 04252. Sunday June 7th. 12:00-2:00pm Visitation. Service from 2:00-3:00pm. A Celebration of Life will follow from 3:30pm at a family members home located at 24 Park Street, Lisbon ME. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in his honor to the American Legion Coombs-Montford Post 158, 10 Webster Rd. Lisbon, Me 04250.

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Lynn ONeill

June 3, 2020

Sending our love and prayers to the family. Uncle Bob was such a wonderful person. We will always remember his wink and “Gal” in his Oklahoma drawl. He was a dedicated patriot and served his Country in the Navy. He loved all is girls, wife, daughters, granddaughters and all the family. He will be missed. We love you all. Lynn Anderson O’Neill.

Victoria Harris

June 1, 2020

Dear Joan, Alicia and Brandi,

We are so very sorry about the passing of your husband and grandfather. We are thinking of you all and the rest of your family. We send our love and prayers.

Stephen and Victoria Harris and family

Brenda Herling

May 29, 2020

Dear Joan and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this very difficult time. We, your church family, wish we could all give you a big hug.
lovingly,
Tim and Brenda and all at the First Congregational Church of Durham UCC

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY