Judy Alexander-Weber

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Alexander-Weber, Judy On February 24, Judy AlexanderWeber (1957-2014) passed away after a 20-month struggle with brain cancer. She is survived by her husband, Stanley Weber; her mother, Denny Cumber; her father, David (Kay) Cumber; three sisters, Catherine Cumber, Seana Smith and Mary Ellen Rubel (deceased); three brothers, Steven, Thomas and David Cumber; her son, Scott Huffmaster; two daughters, Jenna and Christi Alexander; three step-daughters, Monique and Nicole Weber, and Sophia Boylin; one grandson, Ian Weber, and one granddaughter, Elise Huffmaster. Her family and friends feel a deep sorrow at this loss and will miss her passion for life, strength and unselfish care and concern for others. After graduating from the University of Missouri-Columbia and attaining her CPA, Judy started a 15-year career at the Central Institute for the Deaf and eventually became the director of administration and finance. In 2004, she became the president and CEO of Emmaus Homes, a nonprofit organization that serves adults with developmental disabilities. Five years later, she accepted a position as vice-president and CFO at Clayco construction. She returned to non-profit work in 2012, serving as president and CEO of the Visiting Nurse Association of Greater Saint Louis. She received many honors, including being selected by the Saint Louis Business Journal as one of Saint Louis' most influential business women. She also served on several boards, including City Academy and Central Institute for the Deaf. Throughout her career, Judy advocated for people who could not speak for themselves within both political and business arenas. The Saint Louis community will miss her dedication and service. Judy's lively and energetic spirit was contagious, and she was an inspiration to the many people around her. For her family and friends, she was the rock that provided the foundation and the mentor who always made time. In her free time, she enjoyed taking trips to the beach, animals and especially dancing. We imagine her dancing her way into heaven. Services: Please join the family in celebrating Judy's life on Saturday, March 1, at 11:00 a.m at the Saint Louis Marriott West (660 Maryville Center Drive, Saint Louis, MO 63141). In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions to the City Academy (4175 North Kingshighway, Saint Louis, MO 63115) or the Siteman Cancer Center (Campus Box 1204, 7425 Forsyth Boulevard, Saint Louis, MO 63105).

Published in St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Feb. 28, 2014
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