Albert F. Weber
Albert F. "Al" Weber, 81, a lifelong resident of Rush County passed away in his home on January 19, 2020. He was born on February 19, 1938 in Rush County to the late Hugh and Marie (Leisure) Weber. Al was a 1955 graduate of Mays High School and went onto to Purdue University graduating in 1959. He married Janet Veatch on August 27, 1961 and she survives. Al was a truck driver with Pioneer Seeds for many years and a lifelong farmer in Northern Rush County.
Al was a member of the Little Blue River Church of Christ for 65 years and current member at Hannegan Christian Church. He was part of the Blue Lodge, Eastern Star, Scottish Rite, and Murat Shrine. Al was on Purdue Ag. Alumni Board for over 20 years and served on the Rush Memorial Hospital Board of Directors for 16 years. He was also a former Center Township Democrat Precinct Committeeman.
In addition to his wife, Janet, he is survived by his son, Kent (Angel) Weber of Carthage and daughter, Kristi (Rex) Burcham of Naples, FL; 5 grandchildren, Taylor (Jonathan) Guerrero, Blaine Weber, Michael Hall-Weber, Ty Burcham, and Harleigh Weber; and 3 great-grandchildren.
Al is preceded in death by his parents and sister, Virginia Wright.
Services will be held on Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 10 AM in Moster Mortuary, with Pastors Warren Engel and John Skomp presiding. Friends are welcome to visit the family from 4PM-8PM on Wednesday evening. Masonic Service will be held at 7:30 PM on Wednesday. Burial will be in Glen Cove Cemetery in Knightstown; IN. Memorial contributions may be made to The Shriners Children's Hospital.
Published on January 20, 2020


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Max and Wilma Maple
Jan 21, 2020
Just saw the obituary , so sorry for your loss
.Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family..
Gayle Wickliff Henderson
Jan 20, 2020
Janet - Just heard of your loss and wanted to extend my condolences to you and your family. Remember meeting Al at a card club Christmas party years ago and knew he enjoyed life - he was fun to be around.