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William Merton Weber

William “Billy” Merton Weber, 82, passed away on Friday, November 5, 2021 at the American Lutheran Home, Mondovi, WI. The son of Henry J. Weber and Edna Grace (Crawford) Weber, he was born August 25, 1939.

He went to Montana as a young man and spent many years in the wheat fields and lumber company. He enjoyed hunting, fixing lawn mowers, and cutting wood to sell. He came back to Wisconsin several years ago to be by family.


He married Kay Kochivar on June 29, 1973. He is survived by four sisters, Joan Garlick, Jane Runestad, Gloria Snyder and Connie Soppa.


He is preceded in death by his wife, Kay, parents, sister, Betty Evans and brothers, Gordon and Jack “John” (Arlene) Weber. He is also preceded by four brothers in-law, George Garlick, Merlin Runestad, Dick Snyder and Ronnie Soppa.


Graveside services will be held at Sacred Heart Cemetery in Mondovi at a later date. Talbot Funeral Homes are assisting the family.


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I'm sending my sincere sympathy to Joanne,Jane,Gloria and Connie for the loss of your brother, Billy. He was always so friendly.

Pat Brenn Nov 11 2021 10:40 AM

I am so sorry for your Aunt JoAnn. I am thinking of you and yours. Love ya lots, Julie

Julie Castle Nov 8 2021 11:06 PM

Uncle Billy! Used to "take care" of me and Joe when we visited. Mostly in the tool shed at the farm Hank and Edna had then. Much fond memories of playing with him and Connie and Gloria in the old days! RIP Uncle Billy.🙏❤️🙏

Dick Butcher Nov 8 2021 8:37 PM

It was a pleasure to get to know William for a short time. He always had a smile, a wink, and a wave. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. (My father stayed upstairs for a short time. And eat at the table next to him)

Sharon Pratt (Risler) Nov 8 2021 7:41 PM

I will miss talking with William about the Packers and we would always joke around him. He always gave me high fives at work. I will miss him dearly. RIP William Weber. Cheer on those Packers!!!

Jessica Kummer Nov 8 2021 6:28 PM