Charles F. Weber

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Weber, Charles F. of Baldwin, on March 16, 2013. Devoted husband of Viola (nee Kelley). Beloved Father of Christine Parsons (Kevin), Robin Poole (Charles), Bernadette Carbone (Richard) and Viola Weber (Scott). Dear Grandfather of Matthew, Jennifer, Alyssa and Jacqueline. Loving Brother of Robert Weber and Fred Stumpf. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends Thursday 2-4 & 7-9 pm at Cecere Family Funeral Home 2283 Grand Ave. Baldwin N.Y. 11510, Cremation Private. Please visit www.CecereFamilyFunerals.com

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  1. sonny marianetti says:

    my dear friend charlie,my heart is broken I will miss you tremendously,. the memories are endless & all so wonderful.You accomplished so much & touch so many hearts,having you as my best man at my wedding & having you as a god farther to my son was such a honor for me i’ll never forget.Till our paths cross again i’ll tell you like we did all through the years love you 2 soup my god bless you. THE BROOM SONNY

  2. JOE KOTZ says:

    To my long time buddy The life time memmories we shared in our daily walk will forever remain indullable in my heart & mind GO WITH GOD YOUR FRIEND JOE

  3. Fred Stumpf says:

    Charlie was a special brother, someone I always enjoyed being around. Living on two separate coasts– me in Californa and Charlie in NY, we didn’t get togethere that often but when we did we always had a great time. Charlie had a wonderful sense of humor and when we did get together the laughter was ongoing. There are many things I could say about my brother but I think two would sum it up : I love him and will miss him .

    Fred

  4. Matthew Parsons says:

    I love you grandpa…..you are one of my heros! Thank you for showing me the great ways of life and showing me how to outfish everyone! You are a great person and a great man and I really wish we lived closer to eachother and had more time to spend with one another! I shall see you again someday I know….love always, your grandson, Matt

  5. Christine says:

    The best way to honor someone who is not with us anymore is to contiue living our life and keep their memory alive through everyday events. My father, Charlie Weber would have wanted that, and expected nothing less from us. So keep your cherrished memories and never forget them. We will see him again one day and relive these memories together.

  6. kim kenneweg reichmann says:

    My prays are with the family, think of each one of yous often.
    kim

  7. Wendy Sacht says:

    I will always remember Charlie for his fantastic German pancakes! They were the best pancakes I ever ate and I will always remember that. I haven’t seen him in a long time but I have great memories of him from my childhood. I will always remember how handsome he was and how nice he was to me when I came to his house to play with his daughters. He is at peace now. Love Wendy

  8. Mary says:

    I remember those German pancakes too! May you RIP Mr Weber and fish the great waters in Heaven

  9. Kevin Parsons says:

    Thanks Charlie for being one of a kind Father In Law !!!! I Love you and will miss you very much. You always made me laugh and smile often. Thanks for making me a better fishermen, I don’t think you’ll ever get over me catching the biggest flounder of the day on one of our fishing trips. I agree with Wendy, your German pancakes are excellent, when I make them I always think of you. God Bless You, until we meet again my friend :) Love You Always, Kevin

  10. "Frenchy" Leo Durand says:

    Charlie I will miss you and all your thoughtful visits over the years to visit me when I wasn’t feeling good! They have meant a lot to me and thanks! You have been a good friend and fishing buddy thru all these years. Catch the big one up there for me!!!! “Frenchy’ Leo Durand

  11. Darlene G Fletcher says:

    I will always remember you Mr Weber. Your were a kind man, and you helped me out at times, you sometimes became a second father to me, and I know you are having a wonderful time in heaven with all your love ones, fishing for trout or flounder. I will never forget you. My prayers go out for Mrs Weber (second mom) and all your children. You will never be forgotten. Love you. Darlene ooxxx’s

  12. Mark Parsons says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all, and of course with Charlie.
    Sincerely, Mark Parsons

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