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Ellen Weber – Metz Mortuary

    Ellen E. Weber
    Ellen E. Weber, age 87, of McCool Jct., NE, died November 29, 2020, at the Nebraska Masonic Home, Plattsmouth NE. She was born August 5, 1933, in rural York to Glen and Grace (Kendig) Myers. She was united in marriage to B. Rex Weber on November 23, 1951. She asked to be known as a Christian woman to whom family and home was most important and as a mom who was proud to see her children having grown into caring and supportive individuals, strong in faith. She was constantly creating. She enjoyed traveling, photography, painting, weaving, spinning, quilting, ceramics, singing, classical music, reading, decorating, designing, golfing, gardening, and teaching crafts, Sunday school and children’s reading classes. She asked that her many photographs be shared to show her “love of life.”

    ​Left to cherish Ellen’s memory are her sister, Marilyn Swanson of Boulder City NV; sister-in-law, Natalie Weber; adult children, Marvin (Becky) Weber of York NE, Kenneth (Kristine) Weber of Gilbert AZ, Royce (Vicki) Weber of Beaver Lake NE, and KrisAnn (Michael) Sullivan of Kearney NE; eight grandchildren, Harmony Reece of Wahoo NE, AnnDrea (Allen) Boe of Kearney NE, Lacy Harstick of York NE, Jeremy (Mary) Reece of Omaha NE, Landon (Huijing) Sullivan of Short Hills NJ, Lauryn Tullio of Los Angeles CA, Ethan Weber of Omaha NE, and Riley Weber of Beaver Lake NE; and eleven great-grandchildren Gracie Boe, Odin Boe, Ian Boe, Griffin Reece, Isaac Reece, Margaret Lynn (Mae) Reece, Liviana Harstick, Neil Sullivan, Rexon Sullivan, Clara Sullivan and Florentia Sullivan.

    Friends and family, let us gather together at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021
    at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church of McCool to celebrate the life of
    Ellen E. Weber, 1933-2020. Immediately following the service we will share muffins and memories in the church fellowship hall. Interment will be at Greenwood Cemetery at 11:45 a.m. For those unable to join us in person, a live-stream video will be available on the Metz Mortuary Facebook page.

    Memorials are suggested to the First Lutheran Church, York Adopt-a-Pet and Nebraska Masonic Home, Plattsmouth.

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