Big Lake resident Patricia "Lynn" Lavern Weber died, Thursday, April 8, 2010 surrounded by her family at her home. She was 67.
Graveside services will be held 2:30 p.m. Monday, April 12, 2010 at the Wasilla-Aurora Cemetery in Wasilla. Pallbearers will be Kenneth Weber, Nicholas Guadagnoli, Jeffrey Crombie, Michael Flores, Jacob Crombie, Jim Griffin, Tyler Miller and Cody Weber. A celebration of Mrs. Weber's life for family and friends at her home will immediately follow the services.
Mrs. Weber was born on Feb. 11, 1943 to Ebeneze and Sylvia (Thomas) Ragan in Tulsa, Okla. She moved to Alaska on Sept. 30, 1981, living on the Kenai Peninsula and in Interior Alaska and eventually made Big Lake her home.
She was involved in the Last Chance Equine Rescue and published a book, "Mom's Book of Poems Dreams and Inspirations"
"Mom's straight forward ethics in life caused her to attract people of all walks of life. As a devoted mother, she considered more than her natural children 'her kids.' She lived her life freely and never let anything get in her way. She was a free spirit that could never be tamed or broken. She taught us all how to keep strong, look ahead, and always search for what makes us happy because life is gone in the blink of an eye. She enjoyed life to the fullest. In the end she left us with no regrets and she was happily content with her family and life," wrote her family.
Mrs. Weber was preceded in death by her loving husband, Clark E. Weber.
She is survived by her son, Nicholas A. Guadagnoli of Big Lake; son and daughter-in-law, Kenneth S. and Amanda L. Weber of Houston; daughter and son-in-law, Tammy L. and Jeffrey L. Crombie of Big Lake; daughter, Anita L. Virden of Wasilla; son and daughter-in-law, Jim and Dana Griffin of Houston; son, Matt Trent of Tacoma, Wash.; grandsons, Michael S. Flores of Big Lake; Jacob L. Crombie of Big Lake and Cody D. Weber of Big lake; granddaughters, Stephanie L. Flores of Wasilla; Shayanna M. Crombie of Big Lake; Danyelle M. Crombie of Big Lake; Kylie M. Weber of Houston; Shadan L. Crombie of Big Lake and Sidni L. C. Griffin of Houston.
Per Mrs. Weber's request, no roses are to be sent but any other flowers are welcome.
Arrangements were made by Valley Funeral Home.
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