Paul Weber, at the age of 56, suffered a hemorrhagic stroke with no chance of recovery.

Paul lived and worked in Loleta as a dairyman. Paul’s greatest pleasure was waking up at the crack of dawn to go and greet and care for the cows he was in charge of. Paul loved and respected his boss, Jim O’Neil of O’Neil Dairy. There was no one in the world he loved more than his children — Jacob Weber, aged 21, and Christina Bond, aged 22. Paul held a special place in his heart for Angela Bond, his children’s mother. His sister, Judy — he was very appreciative of as she always did so much for him. He was so very proud of her children and his nephews, Daniel and Adam, for their talent.

Paul was an amazing friend to everyone. There wasn’t anything he wouldn’t do for them. If he didn’t have it, he would find a way to get it for them. He was very loyal.

When Paul walked into a room, everyone knew it! He would light it up with his energetic personality and smile. Paul was very talented in his own right. He was so curious about everything. He was always trying to figure out how things worked. One of his passions was to search for gold. He would go to Trinity County and collect rocks that he would then roast in an effort to tear them apart and get the gold out.

Paul was a great dad. He loved big and lived out loud.

Paul is survived by his fiancé, Julieanne Edwards; Angela Bond, the mother of his children, Jacob Weber, son, Christina Bond, daughter; brothers Norman Weber, Ed Weber, Tom Weber, John Weber; and sisters, Pat Patton, Nancy Harvey, Judy Hollifield.

He was preceded in death by his dad, Donald Weber; mother, Mary Weber; and sister, Jan Lillethorup. His family and friends will miss him so very much. Rest in peace Paul. We love you!


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