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Sean Michael Weber

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Sean Michael Weber Obituary
Weber, Sean Michael
49, of Phoenix passed away on September 9, 2016. Born August 9, 1967 and raised in Scottsdale, he attended Camelback Desert School, before graduating Brophy College Preparatory in 1985. Sean graduated Arizona State University 1990 with a degree in English. He was very proud of his student position as ASU Stadium Director. Sean was an account executive in sales for Holsum Bakery and Capistrano's Bakery located in the valley. He was a member of the National Restaurant Association. He was awarded vender of the year 2007. Sean was an impressive and successful salesman. Sean was an amazing cook, having a great appreciation for fine food and made a mean batch of chili, which he prided himself on. The laughter filled motorhome journeys as kids with his sisters to Rocky Point and to ski Sunrise as a family were a regular thing which he loved. Fly fishing with his dad Flip, camping trips with his family were some of Sean's fondest memories. Teaching his children what his parents had taught him is when Sean beamed with pride. Sean will be forever remembered and missed. He had the rare ability to befriend anyone and everyone, he had a voice that carried, and his presence was known. He was the life and laughter to any gathering as his laugh was contagious. He was a giving soul with a massive heart and adored his family and friends. He loved to watch and boast about his children. Hunter with dedication and drive and Amanda brought a glow to Sean that only she could. Both children with impressive academics and athletic abilities. Both children sharing Sean's sense of humor and heart. Sean is predeceased by his father, Erwin "Flip" Weber and mother Kathleen Weber. He is survived by his two children, Hunter Weber and Amanda Weber, and former spouse, Dina Weber. He is also survived by his sisters Shannon "Boo" Louis, Colleen "Pea" Weber-Argo and Erin Weber, half brother Jon Weber and half sister Leslie Pascaud, fourteen nieces and nephews, Aunt, Patricia Vaughan; cousins Will Nichols, Lana Sowder and so many more in his extensive family. Sean's family celebrated his life in a private gathering. Condolences can be sent to his children at dashweber@cox.net and his sister Colleen Weber-Argo at colleenweber@cox.net.
Published in The Arizona Republic on Nov. 13, 2016
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