Louise M. (Glumm) Weber
Nov. 1, 1928 — Jan. 13, 2015
Our Mom, Louise Mary (Glumm) Weber, died earlier this year on Tuesday, January 13th, a day after her husband Jim J.R. Weber’s birthday. He would have been 85 but chose to precede her to heaven, no doubt to prepare her the “best cup of coffee” upon her arrival.
Mom was born November 1, 1928, All Saints Day, an appropriate Holy Day to arrive for one so kind. Early on, she found her gift of song and flowered many a day with her beautiful voice and grace in melodic poem, actually attaining the soloist position in her “W-AU- K-E-S-H-A” High School choir, known as “the girl with the golden voice.”
Mom, also early in life, met her mate, or match, in husband Jim and carried that partnership until they each left our earth. We’re confident they are now together forever.
Mom was just that: a Mom, and enjoyed every minute she devoted to her four sons, James Michael (Silvia), Gregory John (Cody, Kendallyn and Wyatt), Jeffery Paul and Kirk William (Rita, Michael, Maggie, William and Ellie), all who love her unequivocally.
Mom left behind her brothers Gilbert, William (Rita) and Robert (Kathy), and was preceded in passing by her sister, Janet. She left two remaining brothers-in-law, Rol Goldammer and Andrew Weber.
Services will be held on Thursday June 18, at 11:00 AM at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Waukesha, followed by a 2:00 PM memorial service at Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Union Grove.
Mom is gone but always with us; if you knew her and want to smile, sing a song, any song, and think of Louise Mary Weber, our Mom.
“ every moment of wake or repose, rest or move, I feel you guide me. I feel your hand soft on my shoulder, directing me across the fields of home.”