Colleen Kaye Weber

July 14, 1938September 19, 2021

Colleen Kaye Weber age 83, left this life on Sunday, September 19th, 2021.

Colleen Kaye Weber was born July 14, 1938, in Waterloo, Iowa to parents Clinton and Mildred VanNice. She grew up in Waterloo and graduated from West High School in 1956 where she met her husband Ivan James (Jim) Weber. They married in 1958 and produced 3 children, Timothy James Weber (daughter in law Debra), Janice Kaye MacDonald, and Darci Ellen Weber. In addition, there are 8 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren: and her sister Sharry Distefano.

Jim and Kaye moved to Marble Falls after Jim retired from John Deere. They enjoyed many happy years together. Kaye worked from home on clothing alterations for the Meadow Lakes Community where she met many of her friends. After Jim passed away, she met Tandy Freeman. They had many happy years together until Tandy’s passing in 2020.

Kaye loved Bridge Club and her “Winner’s Social Club” and her many dear friends. She also loved her dog, Jack. Kaye loved her church community and was an active member of First United Methodist Church.

Kaye will be dearly missed by her family and many friends.


  • Graveside Service

    Monday, October 11, 2021


Colleen Kaye Weber

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Aline Sturch

October 1, 2021

So many great memories of Kaye and Jim. Jim was a cousin so had Kaye as relative also. We were in a bridge club with other ladies plus couples bridge club while they lived in Waterloo. Also a Sunday night couples golf outing. Ron and I visited them when they lived in Marbles Falls plus with my father we spent couple of days with them. My deepest sympathy to all the family.

Debbie Ingalsbe

September 22, 2021

I will miss her bright smile, sense of humor, and her loving ways. Bobbi and I were going to see her this weekend, but she left us too soon. I loved her so much, I was the Country Club Manager of Meadowlakes, so I saw here a lot, I also visited her at her home. She is at peace now with her first husband, the love of her life. God be with her. Love Debbie