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George Weber Obituary
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November 14, 2018

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November 24, 2017
George Weber blessed my life as my best friend and most beloved companion for over 25 years. From when I first met him until his last breath, wherever and whenever I was with him...I was home.

He was gentle, wise, modest and endlessly patient. He loved and listened deeply and accepted people where they were.

He revered his ancestors, expanded his horizons past very humble origins and stood quietly available with encouragement to others seeking to enrich their world. His love of beautiful writing and respect for works that broaden understanding, compassion and spiritual connection filled much of his life with a celebration of discovery and sharing.

His sensitivity and great empathy burdened his soul with the weight of his own and others suffering, making his struggle with depression and anxiety a recurring challenge throughout his life. But with remarkable resilience, whether aided by his friends or family's support or through the wisdom he found in classical and contemporary literature, George always rekindled his strong commitment to and respect for life.

He eagerly tasted all he could of life and kept himself open to different perspectives and experiences of those around him. While broadly educated through his wide ranging interests and love of reading, George also expressed himself joyfully through creative writing, international travel, love of theater, music, films, baking bread, ballroom dancing, volunteering in his community, through the camaraderie of his peer teaching at U.C's OLLI program, his delight in all things French or his remarkable ability to enter with truth, vulnerability and honesty into intimate relationships regardless of risk.

Even when burdened with near constant pain, increasing anxiety and times of confusion, George still appreciated so many simple joys...a perfect sentence, pear or strawberry, an interesting radio interview, a touch, a kiss, a bit of absurdity, good socks or red wine, the taste of fresh salmon or Tikka Masala, a soft cotton shirt, a lovely portrait, voice, piece of music or chocolate. He noticed. He gave it his full attention and truly appreciated it!

While he may have experienced life on a different path than many, his connections with those past and present always informed his life and fed his appreciation for what it means to be fully human. In turn, he shared intimately and generously with those of us who walked beside him for a while.

To all whose lives were touched by George, I join you in loving memory of a life lived in growth, in grace and in gratitude. He opened our hearts and minds and made the journey a more meaningful one. That is a beautiful life...one which I am grateful to have been a part of.
November 24, 2017
George Weber blessed my life as my best friend and most beloved companion for over 25 years. From when I first met him until his last breath, wherever and whenever I was with him...I was home.

He was gentle, wise, modest and endlessly patient. He loved and listened deeply and accepted people where they were.

He revered his ancestors, expanded his horizons past very humble origins and stood quietly available with encouragement to others seeking to enrich their world. His love of beautiful writing and respect for works that broaden understanding, compassion and spiritual connection filled much of his life with a celebration of discovery and sharing.

His sensitivity and great empathy burdened his soul with the weight of his own and others suffering, making his struggle with depression and anxiety a recurring challenge throughout his life. But with remarkable resilience, whether aided by his friends or family's support or through the wisdom he found in classical and contemporary literature, George always rekindled his strong commitment to and respect for life.

He eagerly tasted all he could of life and kept himself open to different perspectives and experiences of those around him. While broadly educated through his wide ranging interests and love of reading, George also expressed himself joyfully through creative writing, international travel, love of theater, music, films, baking bread, ballroom dancing, volunteering in his community, through the camaraderie of his peer teaching at U.C's OLLI program, his delight in all things French or his remarkable ability to enter with truth, vulnerability and honesty into intimate relationships regardless of risk.

Even when burdened with near constant pain, increasing anxiety and times of confusion, George still appreciated so many simple joys...a perfect sentence, pear or strawberry, an interesting radio interview, a touch, a kiss, a bit of absurdity, good socks or red wine, the taste of fresh salmon or Tikka Masala, a soft cotton shirt, a lovely portrait, voice, piece of music or chocolate. He noticed. He gave it his full attention and truly appreciated it!

While he may have experienced life on a different path than many, his connections with those past and present always informed his life and fed his appreciation for what it means to be fully human. In turn, he shared intimately and generously with those of us who walked beside him for a while.

To all whose lives were touched by George, I join you in loving memory of a life lived in growth, in grace and in gratitude. He opened our hearts and minds and made the journey a more meaningful one. That is a beautiful life...one which I am grateful to have been a part of.

Stephanie Sabatier
October 24, 2017
MAY THE THOUGHT OF KNOWING THAT FAMILY AND FRIENDS SHARE IN YOUR GRIEF BRING YOU A MEASURE OF COMFORT.PLEASE READ PROV 17:17
October 24, 2017
I write because of George. I am published because of George. Now that he has direct access to a Higher Authority, maybe he can put in a good word that gets my movie produced (hope springs eternal). I lead OLLI creative writing classes because of George. Some days, an encouraging nod was enough. When he actually said, "That's actually quite good," made my day, my week, my month. I miss his sly grin, his good nature, and his guidance. I'll never forget his "floating" library - always available from the trunk of his car. God speed, Author George. Wayne Page ([email protected])