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Obituary for William J. Weber

William J. Weber of Cherry Hill, NJ, died February 20, 2017. Beloved husband of the late Dolores (nee DeLorenzo). Loving father of William P. Weber, Susan Haden (Rowe), Jack Weber (Lynne) and Jeffrey Weber (Lori). Devoted grandfather of Patrick, Kristen, Kendall, Colleen, Jeffrey, and LeAnn. Born and reared in Jersey City, NJ., Bill was a longtime resident of Cherry Hill. He was employed with Westinghouse Electric Company for forty years. He loved his long career and relished the many friendships he made at work. After retiring from Westinghouse he became a school crossing guard for Cherry Hill Township. He loved this job the most! Up until his death, Bill enjoyed an active and fun filled life. He loved the Yankees, football pools, Wii bowling, Rummikub, shooting pool and googling on his computer. He made friends wherever he went. He was feisty, outspoken and continued to be engaged in the world around him. We will miss you, Duke of Marlton.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Memorial Mass on Saturday March 25th at 10 AM at St. Joan of Arc RC Church 100 Willow Bend Road, Marlton, NJ 08053. Inurnment will follow at Colestown Cemetery, Cherry Hill, NJ.


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Mass of Christian Burial

Saturday

25

Mar

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
St. Joan of Arc Church

100 Willow Bend Road
Marlton , NJ 08053

Inurnment

Saturday

25

Mar

11:30 AM
Colestown Cemetery

100 Kings Highway North
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034

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Colestown Cemetery

100 Kings Highway North
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034

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