In Celebration of

Frank Weber

August 13, 1929 -  October 17, 2019

After a life lived to the fullest, filled with great adventures, great friends and family, Frank leaves us to rest in peace, forever with Lilli.

Après une vie passionnante remplie d'aventures, de bons amis et entouré de sa famille, Frank nous quitte pour se reposer en paix pour toujours avec Lilli.


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Carnegie Fehr (Yoga teacher)

Entered October 24, 2019 from Red Deer

Our dear Frank is off to his new adventures and he is missed by many. He left a deep impression with all of us at the Yoga YARD. We are all grateful to have known him. And he shared his apple strudel recipe with great laughter and fun.

Bonnie Mullin (Friend)

Entered October 25, 2019 from Parksville, BC

Wishing the next journey for our dear friend Frank to be a happy one. Once again free to dance with his dear Lilli, climb mountains, ski to his hearts delight and enjoy the love of his beautiful family. Love and sympathy to Annette and Barbara and your families.

Nicole Ouellette (Soeur du conjoint d'Annette)

Entered October 25, 2019 from Ottawa

Nous avons passé une merveilleuse journée de l'Action de Grâce. Il faisait soleil c'était encore assez chaud. M.Weber était de bonne humeur participant ici et là à la conversation. I just will remember how Action de Grâce was happy day. Mr.Weber was involved in conversations around the table. Je me rappelle d'une personne aimante. C'est ainsi que j'offre mes sympathies à la famille.

Mike and Barb Spencer (Old friends)

Entered October 26, 2019 from Sylvan Lake

What a great picture that really captures Franks spirit at his very best. We know that Franks new adventures will be just a full of life as his life was. Rest well Frank.

Jenn Brewer (Neighbour)

Entered October 29, 2019 from Red deer

I heard the sad news today. Frank was a great addition to our neighbourhood. He was friendly with everyone and we’d often converse over the fence. He’d come over to join us for bonfires and tell stories. He always brought candy for the kids and beer for my hubby. He was thoughtful that way. The world is definitely a bit less full today. Condolences to his family


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