WEBER, Loretta P.

WEBER, Loretta P.

WEBER, Loretta P., age 86.  Entered into eternal rest on August 16, 2016.  Beloved daughter of the late George F. and Ruby (nee Waxham).  Dearest sister of George R. (deceased) (Barbara), and Ruth Benham (deceased) (Bob).  Loving aunt of George M. (Shelly), Julie (Frank), Dan (Joyette), Bob Jr. (Brenda), Annette (Matthew), Tom (Karen), and great aunt and cousin to many.  Dearest friend of Doris Neylon and countless others.  

Mass of Christian Burial, Monday, August 22 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Leo the Great Church, Cleveland.  Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery, Brook Park.  VISITATION AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL RD., PARMA (between Ridge and Snow) SUNDAY FROM 4-8 p.m.  

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Holy Family Hospice, 6707 State Rd., Parma, OH 44134.  

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  1. Ed and Colleen Mahon on August 17th, 2016 2:44 pm

    Our deepest sympathy for the family of our cousin, Loretta (Pat) Weber. She is remembered with smiles at so many shared family events. Pat is in our thoughts and prayers.

  2. Donna Neylon on August 19th, 2016 9:19 pm

    My Sympathies to Loretta’s family & her many friends. I’ll always remember Loretta as a kind, generous, funny, intelligent person ‘ahead-of-her-times’, a single, independent woman who worked downtown most of her adult life. Because of Loretta, I’ve learned more about the Catholic Church & my Faith through her steadfast example of love for her church as well as love for the Lord. I miss you already, Ms. Loretta. Until we meet again . . . . Donna Neylon.

  3. Laura Fehl Clark on September 7th, 2016 7:48 am

    Loretta was my father’s (Charles P. Fehl) life-long secretary at Bankers Life/Principal Financial Group. My father owed a good portion of his success to Loretta. She worked tirelessly, always with a sense of humor, to make each and every day its most productive. My brother and I always loved visiting dad’s office at the Hanna Building on Euclid Avenue. Those visits were highlighted by catching up and laughing with Loretta, usually with all of us teasing my father. But their level of professionalism was unmatched. My father was a lucky man to have Loretta as his capable assistant. My brother and I were even lucky a few times to have Loretta as our babysitter when my parents went out of town. That was a real treat! It was with supreme sadness that I learned of Loretta’s passing this past week from my mother, who still lives in Cleveland Heights. Even though my father died in 1988, Loretta was a steadfast friend of the Fehl family ever since. You could always count on the annual Christmas card and birthday greetings, with her beautiful handwriting and signature “Loretta.” She seemed ageless to me. Even when I talked to her about a year or two ago, Loretta was the same–caring, funny, hopeful and just Loretta. I am so sorry she is gone. Loretta was one of a kind and I will treasure the memories of what she added to all of our lives. Laura Fehl Clark (Denver, CO)

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