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Charles William Weber, Jr. (Bill) died April 10, 2021.

Born July 7, 1922 in Abington, PA and raised in Auburndale, FL, Bill graduated from Auburndale HS in 1940, attended the Texas College of Mines in El Paso, TX, and enlisted in the army in 1942. He served in the Army Corps of Engineers in the Pacific theater during World War II, then graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology in 1948, with a B.S. in Civil Engineering.

Bill moved to Texas for employment as civil engineer, finding a home in Houston and at Brown and Root as a design civil engineer in 1952.

He married Marianne Schoenerstedt in 1954 and adopted her two children Judith Gale (Judy) and David Bates. Their marriage was blessed with Charles William Weber, III (Chuck) and Richard Miles.

Bill retired in 1983 from Brown and Root and relocated with Marianne to their beloved ranch in Medina, Texas.

Bill’s parents Charles William Weber, Sr. and Edna Frances Weber (nee Willard), sister Frances Willard Weber, daughter Judy, and son David preceded him in death.

He is survived by Chuck and wife Debbie of Boerne, TX, Richard of Ypsilanti, MI, granddaughters Katy of Decherd, TN, and Erika of Midland, TX, great-grandsons Calum Runge and Crosby Rowe, and dear friend and companion Edra Bowdle.

Services were on Friday April 23, at 1 p.m. at St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Bandera; graveside followed.

Family requests for donations to Peterson’s Hospice in Kerrville, TX or the Medina Community Library in Medina, TX.