James E. Weber died July 21, 2022. Born in Sandusky July 25, 1943. he was raised in Bellevue by his (late) parents Carl and Hazel (Martin) Weber.
Jim worked hard for his family for 44 years at Armstrong air in Bellevue. In his youth he loved bowling and worked in a bowling alley resetting pins and honing his skills to bowl the perfect game. Jim was a caring man to all with unwavering Christian faith attending The Chapel in Sandusky. Later in life Jim enjoyed hunting and fishing with his boys. Gardening with his wife Betty and watching football with his dog (late) Pepper at his feet.
Jim is survived by his loving wife Betty (Potts) whom he married February 14, 1976, in Bellevue. He was a loving father to (late) Christopher (Gloria) Weber; Scott (Toni) Weber of Houston, Texas; Ann Weber of Milan, Ohio; devoted stepfather to Trent (Shelly) Heyman of Medina, Ohio; Timothy (McKenzie) Heyman of South Carolina. Grandchildren: (late) Jarred, Josh, Jacob, Jordan, Jerry, Aramis (Matt), Christian, Jasmine; Great grandchildren Christian Jr, Chase, Micaela and Aramis (Matt) Jr; and many nieces and nephews
Jim grew-up with his loyal brother Jack of Sandusky, Ohio; his late sister Carlene McConnell; and his late sister Jane Ann Brown.
Friends will be received on Friday, July 29, 2022 from 11 a.m. until a funeral service officiated by Pastor Todd Nielsen of The Chapel begins at 2 p.m. Burial will follow at York Chapel Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to The Chapel, or the Sandusky County Humane Society.
Memories and condolences may be shared at www.foosfuneral.com