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Barry James Weber


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WEBER, Barry James, 73, passed away peacefully after a battle with COVID 19 October 10th in the Springfield Regional Medical Center. He was born in Yellow Springs, Ohio and had been a resident of Forest Glen Health Campus. He was born on November 7th, 1946, to the late Alfred and Louise Weber. Barry graduated from Yellow Springs High School in Yellow Springs, Ohio. After high school Barry went to work at Morris Bean and then spent a lifelong career there until he retired from there in 2011. Barry enjoyed spending time with friends and family but especially loved the Cincinnati Reds, all other sports and watching all of his grandchildren in their many sporting activities. For many years he officiated both high school basketball and softball at the state level. He is survived by his two sons, Rick (Kelly) Weber of Mechanicsburg and Bryan Weber of Beavercreek and his brother Phillip (Jeannie) Weber. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Brandon, Xander and Caleb Weber, Bryant (Nikki) Weber, Michael (Elayna) Weber, Jaime (Ray) Collins, Chase (Alex Elam) Weber and Derrick Weber, 5 special great-grandchildren and the mother of his children and her spouse, Kay (Jim) Tehan and niece, Amy (Weber) Mike McNally. He is preceded in death by his parents Alfred and Louise Weber. Private services will be held at the convenience of the family.
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Condolences to the entire Weber Family from your Union Brothers and Sisters here at Morris Bean.

- United Steel Workers Local 6931 , Tuesday October 20th, 2020

Sorry for your loss. Thoughts and Prayers from us go out to you and the Boys

- Bob&Carol Todd, Friday October 16th, 2020

I want to express my condolences to the whole family. Barry was always full of jokes And always made me laugh. God bless his soul and again my thoughts and prayers go out to the family with love.

- Rhonda weber, Thursday October 15th, 2020

Condolences and prayers for your family enjoyed officiating basketball with Barry and I’m sure he will be missed by all

- Rick Chimento , Wednesday October 14th, 2020

Rick, Prayed and condolences for the loss of your father.

- Harold Harris, Wednesday October 14th, 2020

So sorry.May the Lord be with you all.Barry was in my first year teaching class and was a very special student and friend. Love to you!

- Jean Dempsey, Wednesday October 14th, 2020

Our heartfelt love and sympathy to all his family and friends. We will miss his great smile and wonderful sense of humor. He was a wonderful man with a great heart. May God bless all of you with His precious love....

- Roger and Debbie Lute, Wednesday October 14th, 2020

Sending prayers and condolences to you all.

- Aaron Perry, Wednesday October 14th, 2020

We are so sorry to hear of Barry’s passing. What a great guy! We so enjoyed spending time with him at all of the kids games. Sending love and light to you all. We are thinking of you and loving you.

- Montgomery Family , Wednesday October 14th, 2020

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