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Roy Allen Weber

May 12, 1970 ~ January 28, 2019 (age 48)

Roy Allen Weber, age 48 of Mishawaka, passed away Monday, January 28, 2019 at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Mishawaka following a brief illness.  Roy was born May 12, 1970.  On October 21, 2000, he married Rachel Avery in Mishawaka. 

Surviving is his Mother, Nola Weller of Mishawaka, and his children Kristina (Benjamin, USN) Ellis of Guam, Steffanie (Zac) Riffle of Elkhart, Matthew Weber of Tippecanoe, Indiana, Kristopher Weber, USAR of Texas, and their mother Sherry (Hamilton) Neff of Bourbon, Indiana,  Mackenzie (Jonah Johns) Fantetti,  Steven Bucks, all of South Bend, Milan Bucks of Michigan and their mother Rachel Weber, also of South Bend. Roy is also survived by his brother Brian Weber of Mishawaka, and his sister Pamela (Mike) Wagner of South Bend.  Surviving as well are his grandchildren Benjamin Jr., Kassondra, and Alexander Ellis, Easton and Piper Riffle, and Peyton and Avery Johns,  his nieces Amber (Ronald) Henderson and their son Simon, Ashley Binder and her children Alivia Flowers and Harlynn Binder, Breanna (Benjamin) LeLand and Rachel Kraus, and his nephews Jonathan (Sarah Baker) Wagner and their son Jayden, Brian Weber, Jr. and Adam Weber.  His father, Leroy Weber, preceded him in death.  

Visitation will be held from 5-7 pm Friday, February 1, 2019 at Cruz Family Funeral Home in Osceola.  Funeral Services will follow at 7 pm Friday evening, and Roy will be laid to rest privately in California Road Cemetery the following day.

Roy was employed for many years as an over the road truck driver and spent several years working at Zolman Tire and Auto.  He enjoyed fishing, and was an avid football fan of both Notre Dame and the Indianapolis Colts.

Roy enjoyed feeding his family and friends at his famous cookouts, and he will  be remembered fondly by those who knew him as a kind hearted and caring soul who would go above and beyond to lend an ear to those in need.   Most of all, his greatest joy in life was being “Pawpaw” to his grandkids.  He took great joy in spending time with them, and the grandkids always knew a popsicle could be found in Pawpaw’s freezer.

In his memory, donations may be made to defray final expenses directly through our website.  To leave a condolence for Roy’s family, light a virtual candle, or view his online video tribute, please follow the links provided on the Tribute Wall tab above. 

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