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Francis Charles Weber Jr.,-ABE-3-US Navy

Francis Charles “Bud”Weber Jr., US Navy-ABE3 of Pinellas Park, FL passed away on June 19, 2019 at Northside Hospital, St Petersburg, FL with his family at his bedside. He was born on May 3, 1947 in Penns Grove, NJ to Francis and Nellie (Tidwell) Weber. He was a US Navy-Vietnam War Veteran and retired from the United States Post Office in Spring Hill, Florida as a postal clerk. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and a member of the Apostles Lutheran Church in Brandon, Florida. He moved to Pinellas Park area in 2011 from Spring Hill, Florida.

During his US Navy career, he served on the USS Constellation (CVA-64) as a ABE-3 (Aviation Boatswain Mate-Equipment 3rd Class)  and was awarded the National Defense Medal; Meritorious Unit Commendation; Vietnam Service Medal with 4 Bronze Stars; US Navy Commendation Medal; US Navy Good Conduct Medal and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal.

Bud is survived by his loving family: his wife of 46 years, Phyllis (Anderson) Weber of Pinellas Park, Florida; his children; Michael Weber and his wife, Kim of Brandon, Florida and Jeff Weber and his wife, Calisse of Auburndale, Florida; a brother, Dwight Weber and his wife, Connie of Deep Water, New Jersey; a sister, Pricilla Cooper of Fernandina Beach, Florida and five grandchildren; Margaret, Abagail, Karah, Alayna and Evan Weber.

Bud services are 11:00 am, Friday, July 5, 2019 at the Apostles Lutheran Church, 200 Kingsway Road, Brandon, Florida with Pastor Jim Page II, officiating.  The family will receive friends at the church from 10:00 am until service time. Full military honors and graveside services are 2:30 pm, Friday, July 5, 2018 at the Florida National Cemetery, 6502 SW  102n Avenue, Bushnell, Florida.

All floral arrangements need to be sent directly to the church by Friday morning, July 5, 2019 with delivery prior to 10:00 am or those who wish, may in lieu of flowers can make a donation to the Apostles Lutheran Church in the memory of Francis Charles “Bud” Weber Jr.


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  • Tricia Davis says:

    Jeff, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Mike Summers says:

    One of the best people I have ever known. His love of his family was something you could see every time he spoke. He will be missed every day by his fellow staff here at the MGC, as well as all the customers who knew him. Our thoughts and prayers to the Weber family.

  • John Carroll says:

    Great guy. Going to miss him at Mainlands. RIP

  • Matt Easterman says:

    God bless Bud and his family. Always a nice man to me. He will be missed everyday.

  • Stuart N Hoff says:

    Bud was a well-liked and respected resident of Unit Five in Mainlands. Whether talking about our beloved Rays or the frustrations of the golf course, his enthusiasm and caring shone through. He was a great way to start the Saturday morning golf scramble, and a most welcome sight walking his dog on the Unit Five streets. He will be missed by his fellow golfers as well as all who came to know Bud.

  • Harry Provan says:

    Family was always first to Bud. Always enjoyed our talks about the Tampa Bay sports teams . He was a friend and will be missed greatly. Thank you for your service to our country Bud. RIP.

  • Tom piggott says:

    A first class gentleman to me always. Not timely at all.

  • Gargano, Richard says:

    I worked with Bud at the St Pete post office.
    He was a guy everybody loved and he
    was one of those rare people who never said
    a cross word about anyone.
    I’m so sorry to hear he passed. May Our Lord
    grant him eternal rest.

  • Craig Suchier says:

    So sad for him… He and I always teasing… and fool was enjoy Memory past time…I have lot picture of postal workers from 1970 to 2000..

  • Bill & Sharon Godfrey says:

    We just heard the sad news last night about Bud’s passing. Phyllis, our deepest sympathies to you and your family. Praying for God’s comfort and peace during this very difficult time.