Gloria Jeanne Weber

Gloria Jeanne Weber, age 87 of St. Paul, left this beautiful world peacefully in her sleep on Wednesday June 8th, 2022. She was born to Patrick and Muriel Ritchie in Cumberland, Wisconsin on April 30th, 1935. She joins in death her parents and siblings; Mabel, Sylvia, Virgil, Edie and Muriel. Her brother Glenn is still with us. 

Gloria is survived by her loving and doting husband, Edward Weber. A man and husband that completely and truly treated his wife as a Queen. They were the closest of partners that knew and trusted one another in the kind of way that people hope and pray for, but rarely achieve and experience. Edward “Dusty”, all of us children, grandchildren and great grandchildren are so grateful, thankful and blessed to have had you provide such excellent care of her and privileged to have witnessed such love between you two. From every single one of us (and it’s A LOT of us!) we thank you and love you always!

Gloria is also survived by her children and their spouses; Terry, Randy, Roger, Susan (Patrick), Lori (Lucky), Jay (Leslie), Patrick, Troy (Amy) and her stepsons, Christoper, Brian and Aaron. As well as her many, many, grandchildren, great grandchildren and even one beautiful great great grandchild. 

Gloria was a deeply devoted wife, mother and grandmother, friend to all and an extra mother to many of her children’s friends. She was a woman that loved everyone and everyone sure loved her. She had a smile and laugh that were infectious and warm. She absolutely loved to chat on the phone catching up and wanting all the little details and being in the know of everything going on in the lives of those she loved. Just don’t share any secrets that you absolutely wanted kept secret! She sure did love all of the calls!

Along with her awesome husband, she leaves behind her beloved dog, Tyson, her BABY! Tyson was the light of her life and for every ounce that she fiercely loved and spoiled him, he returned it times ten and was her cherished companion. She truly lived a life filled with immense love. 

She was an awesome cook and passed on the love and skill to her children, who in turn passed that to theirs. She loved playing games and winning, going to the casino and spending time with her family. She always had a smile on her face and even at 87, she was never without her jewelry on, hair done and nails polished like the “Queenie” she was. She loved babies and was grandma to them all, it was truly beautiful to watch her light up and radiate pure bliss. Until her last day, she never lost her beautiful childlike excitement over all that brought her joy. 

Family and friends alike were truly blessed to have known her, loved her and been loved by the beautiful and loving soul of Gloria Jeanne Weber.

A Celebration of Life will be held for our late mother this Saturday June, 18th 2022 from 11am to 2pm with a service being held at noon at: 


Columbus City Park

16319 Kettle River Rd. NE

Forest Lake, MN 55025-8419


The service will be available via Zoom for all who cannot attend.


Meeting ID: 656 858 6737

Passcode: 071065