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Steven L. Weber 1956 - 2023
Steven L. Weber

Steven L Weber, 66, passed away peacefully at his home in Hutchinson, on April 24, 2023, surrounded by family. Steve was born Sept. 28, 1956 to Lawrence and Beatina (Kinderknecht) Weber in Hays, Ks.

Steve attended St. Mary’s grade school in Ellis, Ks, St. Rose Elementary, Roosevelt Junior High, and graduated from Great Bend High School. He also attended BCCC.

A Jack-of-all trades, Steve could fix and build almost anything. Steve grew up in Great Bend, later moving to Hutchinson, where he became a realtor and property owner/manager. Steve had a passion for life and is remembered warmly for his optimism and kindness to others as well as his love of music and all things outdoors. He had a way of brightening the spirits of everyone in his presence through his laughter and adventurous heart. Steve will fondly be missed among his family and friends who were blessed to have known him.

Steve is survived by his wife, Terri, of the home; children, Scott (Megan) Weber, Kenton Weber, Kyle (Nicole) Weber, Sierra (Ben) Beckman, Jessica (Mike) Carroll, and Sara Daugherty; grandchildren Madelyn, Kolton, and Chase Weber, and Abigail, John and Lucy Beckman; his mother, Beatina Weber;

sisters Marilyn (Allen) Selle, Wanda Weber (Tom Moore), and Connie Weber (Bret Eulert); nephew Eric Peters; nieces Kaley (Chris) Tyler and Jayci Peters (Denzel Black), and special grand nieces, Ellie Peters and Gemma Tyler. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Shelia K. (Burns) Weber; his father, Lawrence Weber and brother Alan D. Weber. 

Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Sympathy expressions can be sent to Beatina Weber at 1216 Morphy, Great Bend, Ks. 67530.

Great Bend (Kan.) Tribune, May 4, 2023