Marion Elizabeth Clark Weber
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Marian Elizabeth Clark Weber
Birth: Feb. 15, 1926
Dallas City, McKean, Pennsylvania, United States
Death: May 11, 2013
Logan, Cache, Utah, United States
Marian Weber, surrounded by her family, passed away as peacefully as she led her life.
She was born in Dallas City, Pa., to Thomas Roy and May Ernestine Burdick Clark. She was the youngest of five children, Francis Elmer, Herbert Edward, Mildred Roberta and Verna Avanell.
Marian grew up in Bradford, Pa., a city she loved to tell everyone about. Growing up, Marian was active in any activity that seemed like a fun time - roller skating, ice skating, learning many musical instruments and enjoying time with friends and family were all important to Marian.
Marian's love for life and others radiated throughout her life and generations as she shared that enthusiasm even through her great-grandchildren.
She had a strong testimony of faith and love of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Living her testimony inspired those she touched throughout her life. Church callings included Sunday School teacher, choir member, Mutual class presidency, numerous service opportunities and sharing her musical talents.
After meeting her eternal sweetheart, Sterling Weber, they were married July 29, 1946, and were sealed in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple the following year. Following their marriage, they made their home in Star Valley, Wyo., where a beautiful family followed: Tanya, Julie, Rhonda, Clark and Steven. They later moved to Logan, Utah, where they enjoyed the rest of their lives.
Marian treasured her role as mother, teaching her children music and sharing her talents of extraordinary cooking, reminding them to enjoy the blessings of life. She loved taking care of her home and planting beautiful flowers. Being positive was a trait she always shared with her family even until her last day.
Trips out of town, especially with their car club, were a favorite past time for Marian and Sterling. They also enjoyed time spent with their family at picnics. Sterling and Marian could always be seen side by side on their front porch. It was how they loved to spend their time, there… and all through life.
Marian is survived by Julie (Ron) Wiley, Rhonda (Randy) Christensen, Clark Weber and Steven (Robin) Weber; 15 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; stepson David (Pat) Weber and their five children and nine grandchildren; and sister Verna Thomas. Marian was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, one sister, precious daughter Tanya, and her shining star, Sterling.