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In Remembrance
Harry Louise Weber
Carnes Brothers Funeral Home

Harry Louise WeberHarry Louise Weber, 93, passed away Friday, December 14, 2007 at Turner Geriatric Center in Galveston, Texas. Services will be held at 1:00 pm, Monday, December 17, 2007 with Rev, Ronald Pogue officiating at Trinity Episcopal Church in Galveston, Texas.

Harry Louise was born March 20, 1914 to Walter Jacob Weber and Annie Wachsen Weber in Galveston, Texas. After graduating from Ball High School she was a student at Draughings Business School for two years. She worked for the Texas Employment Commission for the State of Texas finally being promoted to the position of Interviewer before she retired. She was very active at Trinity Episcopal Church  where she loved to create the chrysmons for the christmas tree for the church, for years even purchasing the tree. She was active in the Galveston Art League and the Galveston Historical Society, in fact she was active all over Galveston.

Preceded in death by her parents Harry Louise is survived by her sisters, “Edie” Hughes Williams and husband, Charles of Dickinson and Hortense Weber Bell of Sanford, Florida; nieces, Anne Shepherd and husband, Thomas of Houston and Jo Ellen Angel of Walnut Creek, California; nephews, Dr. Thomas K. “Kley” Hughes and wife, Margie of Galveston, W. J. Bell and wife Lynnea of Woodenville, Washington and Kenneth A. Bell and wife, Neta of Sanford, Florida; numerous other great and great, great nieces and nephews; special friends, Erin Hughes, Bill Monteath, Jimmy La Coumbe, Ken Coldwell and  Wayne Sealey all of Galveston and many other friends.

The family would like to express their thanks to Harry Louise’s care givers Marie Hamilton, Virginia Terrelll, Betty Lyons and Hospice Care Team nurse Linda Moore for their constant care and love for Harry Louise during her last days. Thanks also to the 2nd floor of Turner Geriatric Center for their excellent care and attention.

In lieu of flowers the family wishes that memorials be made to Hospice Care Team, 1708 N. Amburn Road, Suite “C”, Texas City, Texas 77591 or to Trinity Episcopal Church in Galveston.

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