Wayne A. A. Weber, 71, of Triangle Road died Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at Canton Potsdam Hospital.
Born May 15, 1940 in Milwaukee, WI to William A. and Viola F. Boldt Weber he graduated from East Troy High School in East Troy, WI in 1958. Mr. Weber enlisted in the U. S. Coast Guard and served from 1958 to 1962.
He married Dorothy Fitzgerald on June 3, 1961.
Mr. Weber was a fire safety inspector with Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant in Buchanon, NY for 33 years, retiring in 1995.
He was a past president of the Orange County Peace Officers Association, Exempt member of the Fort Montgomery Fire Department, Town of Highlands Volunteer Ambulance Corp, Depeyster Masonic Lodge, Past Master of West Point Lodge in Highland Falls, Past Master of Mountainville Lodge, Cornwall, Grand Steward of the State of New York, F & AM, Past Patron of the John W. Likely Chap OES, DGL, Orange-Rockland District OES and member of the John B. Lyman American Legion Post 904, Alexandria Bay.
Surviving besides his wife of 50 years are four sons and three daughters-in-law, Wayne, Jr. and Lisa, Jacksonville, FL, Thomas, New Windsor, Eric and Deborah, Fort Montgomery and Scott and Crystal, Fort Meyers, FL; a daughter, Tina Clayborne, Newburgh; an "adopted" daughter and her husband, Debbie and Kevin Armstrong, Theresa; 7 grandchildren; 7 great grandchildren; a sister, Carol J. Weber, CA; and a sister-in-law, Johanna Weber, Sun City, CA.
A brother, William A. died before him.
The funeral will be 2 pm Thursday at the Hammond Presbyterian Church Chapel.
Arrangements are with Frederick Bros. Funeral Home, Inc., Theresa.
Donations may be made to the Hammond Presbyterian Church or the St. Lawrence SPCA.
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