George J. Weber Jr.

April 24, 1952 ‒ June 09, 2021

Mount Vernon, Ohio

George J. Weber Jr., 69, of Mount Vernon passed away on Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at Centerburg Pointe.  He was born on April 24, 1952 in Mount Vernon to the late George J. and Phyllis J. (Yarman) Weber Sr.

George was a member of the Colonial City Moose Lodge and the Eagles in Sunbury.  He was a Catholic by faith.

George is survived by a daughter, Shelly Weber; son, George Weber III;  4 grandchildren; several great grandchild; a brother, Greg Weber; sisters, Mary Weber and Lori Henault; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, George was preceded in death by a son, Craig Weber.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, June 18, 2021 at Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Church with Rev. Father Daniel Olvera as the Celebrant.  Burial will follow in Mount Calvary Cemetery.

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  • George was a nice person. And easy to talk to. He had some funny stories to tell. RIP George. Your absence here will be notable.

  • My friend my phone buddy I don’t know where to begin . Start saying I miss you . I miss our phone conversation’s. We spent many hours on the phone threw late night hours when both of us could not sleep . We watched the same westerns show while on the phone . You were here for when I went threw 6 months of chemo always on the other end of the phone for me encouraging me to push through it and then I was going to be okay just got to keep strong you sent food over here and make sure I had plenty of water to drink . You were so happy when you gave to charity such a St Jude’s Hospital t etc that touched my heart 💜 .I pushed you threw some threw some tough nights. It was helping each other out that we did . . You were there for my mama when I worked.she loved her Georgie he called her miss Daisy because she used to love to ride in his red Cadillac and she rode in the backseat so he named her driving Miss Daisy 🤗 I thank you so much for this . We have been threw alot threw the years the good bad and ugly it’s life and stuff happen but we over looked over the past and clearly was there for each other I miss you alot tucked tight in my heart I’m happy I was able to be there for you.and thank you for being here for me 💜 . you are tucked in my heart tight you fly high with the eagles rest on Angels wings ( Kim). 🌼🦋🦅

  • Shelly,

    I am so very sad to hear about your father’s passing. He was a super guy with a huge heart. He will be dearly missed. We loved him as he loved us. We had a lot of good times. He made my boys laugh so hard! He dearly loved you and George. We are all very sad and our prayers are with you!

  • Sorry about your loss. George was a ole buddy from way back in Junior High school. You have my condolences. Steven Leighty.