Dennis Eugene Weber, 67, of Enid, OK, passed away on June 25,2018,
Dennis is survived his wife, Ruth Weber of Enid, OK; his daughters, Stacey Weber-Londono of Nashville, TN, Erin and Elisha Coffin of Enid, OK; a son, Evan Coffin of Enid, OK; and a brother, Steve Weber of Neosho, MS.
Born and raised in Blackwell, OK, the son of Leonard William Weber and Bernice Opal Bontom Weber, Dennis was a lifelong resident of Oklahoma.
After graduating from Blackwell High School in 1968, Dennis married his wife, Patty (Sneath) Weber. In 1969, Dennis joined the National Guard, until 1975.
Dennis worked for Southwestern Bell from 1970 to 1980. He then started
his own business, B&W Trenching, from 1980 to 1985. He owned and operated
Weber Oil Company until 1995. Dennis and Patty had a daughter, Stacey, in
While growing up, Dennis always helped with farming and in 2005, Dennis purchased his own farm and raised crops as well and cattle. Dennis retired in 2015.
Dennis married Ruth (McCartney) Weber in 2002, and they raised their three children (Evan, Erin and Elisha) on their farm. They made the most of every moment they had together.
Dennis would lend a helping hand whenever possible. He was always looking for ways he could make others' lives easier. He had a very gentle soul and his smile would light up any room.
He worked very hard at everything he did and wouldn't finish until the job was done. He impacted many lives and those that knew him will never forget his kind heartedness.
Family and friends were able to have a celebration of life for Dennis the weekend prior to his passing. In keeping with his wishes, there will be no services.
Condolences may be made to the family online at WWW.EnidCremation.com.
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