May 19,1930 – Oct. 14, 2013
Agnes Weber, age 83, died Monday, Oct. 14, 2013, at St. Luke’s Hospital Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Funeral services will be held at 12 noon Thursday, Oct. 17 at St. Luke’s Catholic Church, Hopkinton, with interment in the Sacred Heart Cemetery, Monticello. Friends may call after 10:00 until service time at the church. Goettsch Funeral Home, Monticello, is in charge of the arrangements.
Agnes Naber was born May 19, 1930, at Dyersville. She was the daughter of Clement and Ellanora Kramer Naber. Agnes received her education St. Francis of Xavier School in Dyersville. She later worked as a hired girl for several families.
Agnes Naber and Gerald Arthur Weber were married, September 20, 1949, at St Francis Basilica, Dyersville. They farmed in Coggon for one year, then moved to their farm northwest of Sand Springs. Agnes was very involved in the farming operations. You would often catch her singing a song while she worked. She also enjoyed crocheting, ceramics and spoiling her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Surviving are her husband of 64 years, Gerald; four children, Ronald Weber (Cindy) Hopkinton, Gary Weber (LuAnn) Monticello, David Weber (Joyce) Mount Vernon, Karla Flannagan (Mark) Hiawatha; nine grandchildren, Kevin (Jill) Weber, Kimberly (Todd) Bormann, Kurt (Macy) Weber, Mindy (Ben) Capron, Shawn (Christina) Weber, Leah Weber, Kelly Weber, Cory (Sara) Flannagan, Kara (John)Flack; and several step-grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren; a sister Betty (Eugene) Krapfl, Earlville; and a brother Frank (Joyce) Naber, Dyersville; her sister-in-law. Luella (Duane Jr.) DeShaw, Hopkinton; a brother-in-law, Delbert (Colleen) Weber, Monticello; and a special friend, Randy Clark, Monticello.
She was preceded in death by a grandson, Scott Weber; her parents, Clement and Ellanora Naber; four sisters, Mae Schaffer, Jeanette Boge, Jane McGrane and Mary Weber; a brother, Henry Naber; and four half siblings.
Thoughts, memories and condolences may be left at goettschonline.com.
Memorials may be made in Agnes’s name to be used for domestic abuse prevention and aid in Delaware County.