Curtis Weber

March 1, 2018

obit Curt Weber 5a8b3fd789eebMarch 5, 1957 – Feb. 18, 2018

Curtis Weber, age 60 of Glenwood, died peacefully surrounded by his family on Sunday, Feb. 18 at home under the care of hospice. A Mass of Christian Burial was held at 11 a.m. Sat­urday, Feb. 24 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Glenwood. Visitation with viewing was held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church on Friday, Feb. 23, 4-7 p.m. A private family inurnment will be held at a later date at Calvary Cemetery in Glenwood. Arrangements were with the Hoplin-Hitchcock Funeral Home in Glenwood.
Curtis Hugo Weber, son of Paul and Rosemary (Kelley) Weber, was born March 5, 1957 in Tyler. He grew up on a farm and at­tended school in Lake Ben­ton. After high school, Curt enrolled at Southwest Min­nesota State University in Marshall, where he earned a degree in Agribusiness and played football. On June 14, 1980 he married his college sweetheart, An­gela Homan. The two first made their home in Tyler and in 1988, the family moved to Glenwood. Their marriage was blessed with three sons—Corey, Brian and Adam.
Curt loved spending time with his devoted employ­ees and loyal customers during his lifelong career at Midwest Machinery Co. He was honored to serve on the Board of Directors at Eagle Bank for several years. Curt was an inspira­tion to everyone who knew him and touched countless lives. His humility, sense of humor, genuine kindness, generosity, and selfless­ness will be his legacy. Curt never let ALS define him or break his spirit, as evidenced by the way he carried himself. Through­out his courageous fight he continued to be a light and role model for those who knew him, always putting the needs of others before himself.
Curt’s greatest joy in life was spending time with his family, especially his grandkids. He loved trav­eling and experiencing new things, but his favor­ite place was the family cabin. He always said his ultimate accomplishment was his 37-year marriage to the love of his life, An­gie. He was quick to vocal­ize his appreciation for An­gie’s unwavering love and support throughout their union. Her strength and faith was a source of inspi­ration and comfort for him and their entire family.
Curt is survived by his mother Rosemary Reyn­olds and her husband Howard “Stub” of Pip­estone; his wife Angie of Glenwood; their three sons—Corey (Christy) of Plymouth, Brian (Kirsten) of Plymouth, and Adam (Kristin) of Sartell; six grandchildren— Carson, Cami, Cooper, Caleb, Isaac, and Eddie; four sisters— Paulette Kissell, Patti Gackstetter, Colleen (Kel­ly) O’Briant, and Laurie (Barry) Cavanaugh; three brothers— Jeff (Kathy) Weber, Andy (Roxy) We­ber, and Kelly (Wendi) We­ber; caregiver and friend Shawn Stumpf; cousin JT Weber; along with nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
He was preceded in death by his father Paul Weber and nephew Jamie.
Memorial donations in memory of Curt may be made to Glacial Ridge Homecare and Hospice ( or ALS ND/MN/SD chapter (