John (Jonathan) J. Weber
John J. (Jonathan) Weber, age 77, peacefully entered into rest on November 9, 2019. Son of the late Joseph E. and Jean V. (Maldiner) Weber. Dear father of Stephen (Julie) Weber of McKinney, TX and Jennifer Weber (Eric) Flattery of Prosper, TX. Grandfather of Charles and Olivia Weber of McKinney, TX. Brother of the late Anne M. (late Frank) Wildt. He is survived by his siblings, Thomas G. (Susan) of Lyndonville, NY, Katherine J. Weber of Gasport, NY, and Joseph F. (Beth) Weber of Englewood, FL. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. He will be greatly missed by his dear friend and neighbor, Janet Cooper.
John was a veteran of the US Navy. He attended Paul Smith's College and earned a degree in Wildlife Biology at North Carolina State. John lived in Wisconsin and worked for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources as a Wildlife Fish and Research Biologist for many years. Upon his retirement, he returned to WNY. He was an avid wildlife photographer, decoy carver, trapper, artist and outdoorsman, and a member of the Genesee Bird's Digest.
There will be no prior visitation. A celebration of John's life will be held at a future date. Memorials may be made in John's memory to Niagara Hospice, 4675 Sunset Drive, Lockport, NY 14094, or Friends of Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge, Inc., 1101 Casey Rd., Basom, NY 14013.
Published on November 15, 2019

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tony270
Dec 10, 2019
I as many others have enjoyed the photos that you posted on Trapperman, over the years you became a bonafide photographer. Thanks for all the knowledge that you shared with us.
Thanks For Your Service🇺🇸
Godspeed
Ben Schinke
Dec 09, 2019
I never met Jonathan but was acquainted with him through the Trapperman website. His knowledge and pictures of the birds and outdoors he obviously loved touched me deeply and his passing leaves an empty space in my heart. It was clear he was a special kind of person and the world is a darker place with him gone. He will be missed by many people he may not have known he inspired. God bless.
Scott Balts
Dec 09, 2019
Jonathan is already Much Missed by the Trapperman.com Community where he was a much beloved posting member for Many years.
With many fond memories of his wit and Wildlife Art. Sincerely RIP My Friend.
REX CARTER
Dec 09, 2019
Your photography was a blessing to many.
Snowpa
Dec 09, 2019
A really special guy and a man who shared some awesome pictures RIP
Todd Mackinaw, AK
Dec 09, 2019
Jonathan made this world a better place. I'll miss him and his pictures. May God bless his loved ones.
Lee Sillars aka RdFx
Dec 09, 2019
Going to miss J, as he steered me in right direction on bird books and IDs. Im sure he is sitting around the trappers campfires in the sky discussing birds and trapping. RIP
Sharon Knight
Dec 09, 2019
Your existence on this earth graced all who knew you .

Namaste, my friend....see you on the surface ....
Jan Morse
Dec 09, 2019
I am saddened to hear that Jonathan has passed away. Although he and I never met in person, he touched my and many other's lives on a regular basis through the Trapperman.com internet forums. He posted hundreds of fantastic nature photos over the years we were "friends". He was our Cyber-Pal and will be missed greatly.
Lacey Campbell
Nov 25, 2019
This man inspired me to do wildlife photography. We would always have the most interesting conversations. I’m going to miss him!
Wende Parker Swift
Nov 24, 2019
I'll miss chatting with him about wildlife and his photography. He was always excited about the latest creature he saw. He had so many great stories about his experiences. So sorry for your loss. He will be missed.