Marlis Heidi Weber, 78, of Pleasanton, Texas, passed away July 31, 2020, in San Antonio, Texas. Marlis was born in Berlin Germany to Vera Margot and Christian Peter Weber.
Marlis regularly attended the Pleasanton Church of Christ with her daughter Carol and family. She enjoyed knitting and crocheting to pass time. She was a joy to be around, always laughing, smiling and making jokes. She had a great sense of humor and made friends everywhere she went. Some may remember the crazy little German lady who was always laughing and loving life, perhaps from the campus of NWOSU or from the cafe at the Bowling Alley.
Marlis is preceded in death by her parents, Christian and Vera Weber; and her brother, Hans Joachim Weber.
She is survived by her son, Tom Merrill and his wife Tressy; daughter, Carol Stewart and her husband Ron; grandchildren, Luke Stewart and his wife Mary, Sara Stewart, Anthony Merrill, Shelby Crossland and Mystle Williams and her husband Chris; great-grandchildren Ryan Williams, Leighton Williams and Destiny Merrill.
Marlis will be deeply missed by the ones she leaves behind.
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