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Lucille M. (Apfelbeck) Weber
July 2, 1932 ~ November 8, 2023 (age 91) 91 Years Old
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Lucille M. ("Ceil") Weber, a beloved matriarch from Colby, Wisconsin, died peacefully in Wheeling, Illinois on November 8, 2023. Born on July 2, 1932, Ceil led a life filled with love, family, and an unwavering dedication to her Catholic faith. Her spirit, tenacity, and love for life will forever be remembered by all who knew her.
Ceil was the heart and soul of her family, a dedicated homemaker who cherished every moment spent with her loved ones. She was the devoted wife of the late Clyde Weber, Sr., with whom she built a loving home and raised an incredible family. She was a nurturing mother to her ten children, Sandra, Scott, Sharene, Sheldon, Kevin, Skip, Kurt, Keith, Jason, and Jared, all of whom she loved dearly and of whom she was immensely proud.
Ceil had a gift for making a house a home, filling it with warmth, laughter, and countless memories. Her children, along with their spouses, Alan E. Marion, Lynn, David Martin, Janette, Stephanie, Patti, Evelyn, Nancy, Elaine, and Catherine, will fondly remember her comforting presence and the invaluable lessons she bestowed upon them. Ceil's legacy will also live on through her many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren, each of whom held a special place in her heart.
One of Ceil's greatest joys was being surrounded by her thirteen siblings. Their shared experiences, stories, and unbreakable bond were sources of strength and happiness for her throughout her life. They, too, will remember Ceil for her unwavering faith, her kindness, and her dedication to her family.
Ceil had a passion for various charities. Her hobbies of sewing and gardening allowed her to express her creativity and love for beauty. Her flower and vegetable gardens were a testament to her patience and dedication, blooming with vibrant colors every spring and summer. Her sewing talents were evident in the quilts and intricate garments she crafted, sometimes spending time into the wee hours sewing for her children, each stitch a labor of love. These pieces of art, much like Ceil herself, brought comfort and joy to all who were lucky enough to receive them.
Faith-filled and resilient, Ceil navigated life's challenges with grace and courage. Her unwavering faith was a guiding light in her life, providing her with comfort and strength in times of difficulty. Her loved ones will remember her as a woman of prayer, someone who deeply believed in the power of prayer, faith and love.
Lucille M. ("Ceil") Weber leaves behind a legacy of love, faith, and family. Her life was a testament to the power of these values, and her memory will forever be a beacon of hope and inspiration for all who knew her. She will be dearly missed, but her spirit will continue to live on in the hearts of her loved ones. In lieu of flowers memorials in Lucille's name would be appreciated to: La Salette Shrine, 10330 336th Ave., Twin Lakes, WI. 53181.