Thelma J. Weber

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Thelma J. Weber

May 09, 1930 - March 07, 2019

Thelma J. Weber Thelma Weber of Newfane, NY, wife of the late Harold W. Weber, entered into heaven on March 7th at Lockport Rehab. Thelma was born in Buffalo, NY, May 9, 1930, the daughter of the late William and Elizabeth Smith Thomas.
Harold and Thelma were married on September 6, 1952 at a double ring ceremony with Thelma's twin, Norma, and Harold's brother, Raymond. They moved to Newfane in 1953.
Thelma enjoyed bowling, golfing, cooking, and most of all family and home. She was a 50-year member of Newfane United Methodist, the Silver Bells, and the 5 Gallon Club of the Red Cross. However, her favorite pastime was attending her children's and grandchildren's activities .
She worked at Newfane Fuel, Olear Oil, Newfane School cafeteria and Price Waterhouse.
Adored mother of Hal Weber, Gary (Cindy) Weber, Diane (Daniel) Clogston, Jim (Jan) Weber; loving grandmother of Jason Chaffin, Ryan and Keith Lanfear, Tara Catino, Nick and Tucker Weber, Whitney Tate, Margo, Reid , Riley and Max Weber and Haley Dillon; and nine great-grandchildren. Twin sister of Norma Weber and the late Kenneth, Ray, Richard Thomas and Betty (Thomas) LeFevre. Also survived by her very dear nieces and nephews, Wayne, Dave, Karen and Gail who looked at her as a second mother.
A Celebration of Life will be held at the Newfane United Methodist Church on Saturday, March 9th at 2 PM.
Flowers gratefully declined. Memorials to Niagara Hospice would be appreciated. Please visit to send a condolence to the family.
Published on March 7, 2019
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4 posts

Mar 15, 2019
To the Weber family . Sorry to read of your sad loss , nothing seems to hurt more than the pain of losing a dear family member. May the words from the Bible in 2nd Corinthians ch 1 vs 3 and 4 bring you some comfort at this difficult time.
Glen & Beverly Swazey
Mar 10, 2019
Sending our Deepest Sympathies to the Weber Family on the loss of your Loved One !
Karen Lanfear
Mar 08, 2019
Thelma was always such a sweet lady. I’ve known her since the ‘70s when our families were joined together and were blessed with 3 of her grandchildren .. my niece and nephews. I could always depend on feeling good when seeing Thelma as she just had that way about her. She raised a beautiful family that I am so grateful to know and love and still feel a part of through her beautiful grandchildren. She will surely be missed by so many. My heart and prayers go out to all of her family.
Charlotte. Weber
Mar 07, 2019
Will remember you always Thelma as one 9f the most loving , caring, and humorous people I have ever known. Your lively, loving spirit will always be with us. God you forever!