Obituary for Marvin Weber, 59

April 12,1958 To October 09,2017,

Visitation
9:30 AM to 10:50 AM, Wed. Oct. 11, at Friemonth-Freese FH - Glasgow, MO

Funeral Services
11 AM, Wednesday, Oct. 11 at St. Mary's Church - Glasgow

Interment
Washington Cemetery - Glasgow

Memorials
St. Mary's School in care of funeral home.

Marvin Weber 1958 – 2017 Glasgow resident, Marvin Weber passed away at his home on October 9, 2017. He was 59 years of age. Marvin E. Weber was born in Boonville, MO, April 12 1958, the son of Martine and Rose (Heisler) Weber. He graduated from Glasgow High School in 1976. Marvin owned his own construction business and worked as a carpenter, building numerous homes in Texas, Glasgow and the surrounding areas. He took pride in building custom homes for families to live out their lives. For him it wasn’t only building a house, but a home. The Lake of the Ozarks was Marvin’s paradise. He loved fishing, playing cards and building anything, big or small. He is survived by three daughters, Amanda Himmelberg of New Franklin, MO, Amber (Donnie) Conz of Boonville, MO, and Mara (Matt) Yordy of Denton, TX; mother, Rose Weber of Glasgow; three sisters, Theresa (George) Nation of Glasgow, Marilyn (Jim) Aholt of Glasgow, and Melinda (Tim) Brooks of Louisiana, MO; two brothers, Bill (Carolyn) Weber of Armstrong, MO and Melvin Weber of Greenville, NC; and six grandchildren, Aislinn, Jasmine, Brooklynn, Elyas, Logan and Landon. Marvin was preceded in death by his father, Martine Weber. A Mass of Christian Burial for Marvin will be 11 AM, Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Glasgow, with Fr. Paul Hartley officiating. Visitation will be Wednesday morning before the funeral from 9:30-11:00 AM, at Friemonth-Freese Funeral Home in Glasgow. Rosary will be held before the visitation at 9 AM, at the funeral home. Burial will follow the service at Washington Cemetery in Glasgow with Adam, Ryan and Byron Aholt, Philip Brooks, Travis, Michael and Steven Nation serving as pallbearers. Memorial contributions are suggested to St. Mary School, in care of Friemonth-Freese Funeral Service.