Clinton G. Weber
Clinton Gussie Weber, Jr., 75, went to be with his Savior Jesus Christ on Monday, November 18, 2019, in Webster, Texas. He was born on November 8, 1944, in Houston, Texas to Evelyn G. Sweet Weber and Clinton Gussie Weber, Sr. He is survived by his wife, Sandra S. Weber, numerous cousins, and a host of dear friends. He earned a Bachelor of Business Technology degree from the University of Houston, and worked in personnel administration for Chevron Corporation and the Memorial Hermann Hospital System. He was a serious student of the Word of God through Berachah Church for over sixty years. He applied the Biblical principles and teachings he learned to direct his daily life. He loved all the pet dogs that he and Sandra adopted over many years. He also enjoyed square dancing, playing games with friends, and travelling to new places.
A memorial will be held on Friday, December 6, 2019, at 11:00 a.m. at Crowder Funeral Home, 111 East Medical Center Blvd., Webster, Texas 77598. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a memorial donation in Clinton G. Weber, Jr.’s memory may do so to Berachah Church, 2815 Sage Road, Houston, Texas 77056; or to the Houston SPCA, 7007 Old Katy Road, Houston, Texas 77024
I will miss Clint. He and Sandy were so supportive to me when my husband and daughter passed away.
He had a sense of humor that I enjoyed.
My prayers and love to Sandy.
My thoughts and prayers are with Sandra and her family. Much love come to you in your time of sadness.
Enjoyed knowing Clint and Sandra, he will be missed by all who knew him. Praying for peace and comfort for Sandra. May the Lord be your strength and comfort Sandra, our love to you!
I was so sorry to hear of the loss of Clint G. Weber. My thoughts and sympathy go to Sandra. May her many wonderful memories help ease the pain.
I am almost certain my condolence message may not be viewed by those who also loved Clint since I am so late in finding out about Clint’s transition.
However, I still would like to show my respect and appreciation for Clint by adding a few words.
I worked with Clint at Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital. He brought a unique combination of experience, reasonable calm, and humor. He was so funny at times we really needed tension breakers. There is equipment that only Clint had the patience and skill to construct that is STILL in place and being used daily. He left his mark in the office and in our hearts. xoxo
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I miss seeing your smile & wave in our neighborhood.