Sallows and McDonald - Wilson and Zehner Funeral Home

1271 103 Street, North Battleford, SK


Frank Joseph Weber

August 22, 1934January 29, 2020

Frank was born in Wilkie, SK on August 22nd, 1934. He was the 3rd eldest in a family of 12 children. He grew up on a farm near Wilkie and his family later moved to Battleford. Frank met his wife Violet May Gardiner while playing music with his family band at a community function. On May 3rd, 1964, Frank and Vi were married. In May of 1965, he dedicated his life and was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses. He had a rich share in quick build Kingdom Hall projects and could always be found cooking and making coffee in the kitchen. Frank and Vi formed many dear friendships and cherish those memories. Frank also enjoyed music very much. He played the guitar, and he and Vi loved to dance. Frank was known as a humble and kind hearted person. He loved his heavenly Father Jehovah and ran his race, faithful to the end. He was a devoted husband and took special interest in caring for and meeting Vi’s needs. Frank dearly loved his wife, children and grandchildren. He made special memories with his grandchildren, making pancakes, baking bread and giving wheel barrow rides. Frank was a gentle man with a peaceable spirit, and will be missed very much. We long for the time when we meet again….just around the corner. Frank leaves to mourn his loving wife Vi; their children Greg (Michelle), Jason (Melissa):Jacob, Katelyn and Matthias, and Kari (Eliot): Joshua and Emmalee; Brothers & Sisters Florentine McIntosh, George Weber, Peter (Marlene) Weber, Dianne Scheller, Ron (Karen) Weber, Frances Weber and many nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his parents Rose (1993) and Frank (1994); Brothers Phil (1994), Lambert (2001), Carl (2011), and John (2019); Sister Magdalina Weber (2005) and an infant sister; Frank is also predeceased by his infant daughter Julieanne.


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  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 8, 2020


Frank Joseph Weber

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Lorne/ Elaine Forbister

February 7, 2020

Our fondest memories of Frank were of him in the kitchen, always making sure all were well fed. Remembering the time we travelled together to Spiritwood to attend a dance and he and Vi sure could dance.
Our condolences to the family and we all look forward to seeing him again in youthful vigour and good health and we are sure the music will be playing and all will be dancing for joy around him and with him, a time, that as mentioned, just around the corner.