Alice J. Weber

Alice J. Weber

Alice J. Weber age 95 passed away Tuesday, December 27, 2016 at Community North Hospital in Indianapolis, IN.

She was born March 16, 1921 in Battle Creek the daughter of Seibert and Jessie (Thompson) Walter. Alice grew up in Coldwater and moved to Kalamazoo to attend Western Michigan University. She had a business career and was a homemaker until the age of 40 when she then began teaching until her retirement at age 65. Alice was a member of the Michigan Education Association, helped form the Educational Community Credit Union, wrote history curriculum, specialized in geology and had been the head of the bicentennial in Comstock. She was an avid student all her life. In 1942 she married Earl Weber who passed away in 2005. They spent 63 wonderful years together traveling the world.

Surviving are their children, Jane DeMink of Indianapolis, IN and David Weber Shapiro of Berkeley, CA; 7 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren and several great-great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; daughter, Nancy and siblings, Rachel, Helen and James.

A member of the Methodist and Haven Reformed Churches, she was a fine Christian lady, loved and respected by her family, students and friends, and she will be deeply missed.

According to her wishes cremation has taken place.

Burial of ashes will take place at Mountain Home Cemetery, Otsego at a later time.

Contributions in memory of Alice may be made to The Pour House at thepourhouse.org.

Messages of condolence may be posted at www.WinkelFuneralHome.com.

A loving mother, inspiring teacher and a truthful sharing Friend. A touchstone of security in the hard times and mutual appreciative collaborator in the good times for all of us. A student of Life who always taught by example. Born to be a teacher because she was so interested in learning and she wanted to share. She challenged all of us to think for ourselves and trust ourselves no matter how frightening that can be. And to live our lives fully. She was courageous, truthful and loving. She said without her personal relationship with Jesus, her life in this way could never have been possible. We will miss her but look forward to what comes next.

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  1. D McDonald says:

    Jane and family, I am so sorry on the loss of your mother and grandmother. She was a fine Christian lady and always had a smile for those she would meet. You were so good to her and faithful to visit all the time like you did and care for her needs. She is gone but I know not forgotten as long as our elders that were in Memory Care. Blessings to you
    Donna for all the McDonalds

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