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Charlotte Louise (Ormand) Weber, 95, of Coralville, and formerly of Riverside, Iowa, died peacefully, Saturday, October 19, 2019, at Lantern Park Care Center. A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, October 26, 2019, at 11:00 AM at Trinity United Methodist Church in Riverside. Burial will follow at Riverside Public Cemetery. Visitation will be held Saturday at the church from 9:30 AM until the service begins. A memorial fund has been established for Trinity United Methodist Church.
Charlotte was born on March 17, 1924, in Iowa City, Iowa, to Tom and Era (Viers) Ormand. She graduated from Iowa City, City High School, in 1941. On June 29, 1941, she married Lewis John Weber. They had two children, a daughter, Sandra (Gerot), and a son, John. Charlotte was a homemaker, and worked alongside Lewis at the family business, and at Mercy Hospital in Iowa City.Charlotte was a member of the Riverside, Methodist Church, and a devoted, decades long member, of the Womens’ Club. She loved all sporting events, traveling and camping, especially the two weeks at the Iowa State Fair, and holiday gatherings at the farm. Most of all, she loved, enjoyed, and was very proud of her family.
She is survived by her sister, Penny (Ormand) Willis of Oregon, her two children, Sandra (Peter) Gerot of Riverside, and John (Pary) Weber of Coralville, six grandchildren, Cindy (Chuck) Gingrich of West Liberty, Mike (Renee) Gerot of Riverside, Rick (Judy) Gerot of Riverside, Penny (Lael) Stout of Washington, Mina (Jeremy) Bargiel of Illinois, and Monique (Doug) Moore of Iowa City, 16 great-grandchildren, and 23 great, great-grandchildren.
Charlotte was preceded in death by, her husband, Lewis, her father, Tom, her mother, Era, her step-father, Ben Nortman, her brother, Ed, and her brother-in-law, Phil Willis.
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I grew up with Charlotte and Louie while attending Trinity Methodist Church. One of my fondest memories was captured in a photo on my wedding day. She was in charge of the reception, which included ham sandwiches and jello salad in the church basement. I have a picture of her serving me with a big warm smile.My husband and I live south of Lone Tree. Years later, I learned the Weber Family were close friends of my neighbors, the Swansons. Small world.Even though it has been many decades since I have seen her, I will always remember her with great fondness.
Rhonda (Lewis) Yoder Oct 24 2019 12:00 AM
What a wonderful person! Charlotte and Louie were a great couple to attend our school functions, drive the bus for class trips or just set around and have fun. They always had time tor us kids and practical jokes were almost mandatory. I know they are together again and the life of the party. Prayers and good wishes to Sandra, John and the family.
Terry Havel Oct 23 2019 12:00 AM
Bon voyage to a grand lady from Maria, Cristina and Karen
Oct 21 2019 12:00 AM