Myrtle-"Mickey" Weber-Obituary

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Myrtle May "Mickey" Weber

Oct 25, 1924 - Apr 7, 2020 (Age 95)

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We live in Raintree and Mickey was our neighbor. We have known Mickey & Joe, her sister for years. This news breaks my heart. The sisters were dolls and they both attended our parish. I was hoping there would be mass for Mickey. Father was not aware she died himself and sends his regrets. We visited her last year in the center after her daughter Toni died, but she was having a hard time hearing. Mickey had a lot of stories and loved to share them. She was a talker. We have missed her for...

I always knew Myrtle as Mickey. She was my first cousin. Her mother and my father were sister and brother. We shared a birthday, October 25th. Mickey was 13 when I was born. We would talk on the phone a lot when she lived in Hillsboro. My son and I had planned on visiting her last year but the nursing home at the time was closed to visitors because of a flu virus. Time got away from us as it does so often. I want to extend my deepest sympathy to Jerry and Toni's family. Your mother...


Myrtle's Obituary

Myrtle (Mickey) Weber passed quietly during the early morning of April 7, 2020.  She was born on October 27, 1924, and lead a long productive life of some 95 years.  She was a loving and generous person who was August Bush III’s administrative assistant for over 30 years.  She worked at Grant’s Farm for the tour manager prior to taking the secretarial position for Mr. Bush downtown.  She loved her job and was reluctant to retire.  After retiring and her husband Henry passed, she sold their Sappington, Mo. home and built a lakeside home in Hillsboro in the Raintree Plantation development.  Her sister, Marion, and brother-in-law, Joe, lived next door and they got together almost daily.  Until her physical health deteriorated she was active and frequently got together with family.  After her daughter, Toni Albrecht retired, she came to live with her and take care of her as her physical health deteriorated.  Her daughter and son, Jerry, selected Delmar Gardens as the nursing home where Myrtle resided for the remainder of her life.  She was a breast cancer survivor.  She, her husband, sister, and sister’s husband, enjoyed cruising together before Henry, died.  She is survived by her son, her two granddaughters, Susan and Karen, four of her great-grandchildren and her sister-in-law Amelia Gnau.  She was preceded in death by her husband, brother, sister, daughter and daughter’s son, John.


Due to the COVID-19 virus and the stay at home rule, the services are strictly limited to immediate family.  Services will be held at 10 am Friday, April 10th at the Robert D. Brown Funeral Home at 103 4th Street, Hillsboro, MO 636-789-4949. 

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