Paul Clarence Weber

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CROSS PLAINS–Paul Clarence Weber, 78, of Cross Plains, passed away peacefully at Heartland Country Village nursing facility in Black Earth on June 7, 2022. He was born at St. Mary's Hospital in Madison on May 14, 1944, to Leonard N. and Regina M. (Esser) Weber.

Paul graduated from Queen of Apostles Seminary High School in Madison and enlisted in the US Army National Guard. In August 1972, Paul married Ruthann Auman. He worked at Whitewater College as a baker and then he joined the family-owned Weber's Bakery, which began in 1967, located at 2223 Main St. in Cross Plains, until they closed in 1988. Paul later worked as a baker for Cub Foods grocery store in Madison, and at Middleton Farmers Co-op until he retired.

He is survived by his beloved wife of almost 50 years, Ruthann. He is also survived by his brothers, Edward (Katherine), Harold (Sue), Joe, and John (Janice); his sister-in-law, Donna  Weber; and many nieces and nephews.

Paul was preceded in death by his parents, Leonard (July 14, 1984) and Regina (March 22, 1990); a teenage brother, Jerome (Aug. 20, 1941); and sisters, Mary Ann Volenec (Jan. 4, 1982) and Elizabeth (Betty) Armstrong (March 6, 2022), and brothers in-law and William Edward Armstrong.

A Mass of Christian Burial was held at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, 2947 Thinnes St. in Cross Plains on June 13, 2022. A visitation was held at the church from 9 a.m. until the start of the Mass that day, with a Knights of Columbus Rosary recited at 10:30 a.m. Interment followed the service with lunch afterwards in the fellowship hall. 

Paul, Ruthann and the family would like to thank Heartland Country Village in Black Earth for their exceptional care and love, as well as much appreciation for Joe Weber and Paul Pierstorff.

Memorials may be made in Paul's honor to the Dane County Humane Society or Leader Dogs for the Blind, which trains dogs for the visually impaired. Gunderson Funeral Home, 2421 Church St., Cross Plains, served the family.

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