In loving memory of

Sue Weber
May 14, 2018

After a long bout with cancer, Norma Sue Weber passed away on May 14, 2018.

Sue was born on December 12, 1932 in Tekamah, Nebraska to George and Elsie Chamberlain.

Sue was baptized as Norma Joann Chamberlain, but her father always called her little Sue , and because of that everybody else called her Sue. She had Sue legally added to her name in the 1950's.

Sue graduated from Tekamah High School, and attended Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska, as well as Midland College in Fremont, Nebraska. Later she took correspondence courses from Colorado State.

Sue taught grade school in Arlington, Nebraska, and later in Waverly, Colorado. Her real love was working in the Poudre School district in Fort Collins. She worked in the Media Centers of O'Dea grade school and in the High Schools of Poudre and Fort Collins. She said there was a High School Student she did not like

Sue married Don Weber in August of 1954. She met Don in 1953 when he was on leave from the Marine Corps. They moved to Fort Collins so Don could go to Colorado A&M (now Colorado State). After Don got his MS they moved to South Dakota for 4 years and then returned to Fort Collins in 1963 where Sue lived until her passing.

Sue was blessed with 4 daughters, JoLynn, born in Fort Collins, Jeanene, born in Webster, South Dakota and, Jill, born in Brookings, South Dakota. Jeana was adopted into the family in Fort Collins. Sue was a giver and rescuer and let numerous young ladies who were having trouble in their lives, come live in the Weber home.

Sue was a CRAFTER, there was hardly a craft she did not try and succeed in. For a number of years Sue contracted with Margareta Horn Design to make baby hats on a knitting machine.

Sue is survived by her husband Don, and daughters JoLynn, Jeanene, Jill, and Jeana, 6 grand children, 3 great grandchildren and brother Delmar Chamberlain. Her brother Cyrus and her parents preceded her in death.

A celebration of Sue's life will be held at a later date.

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