Barry Weber Obituary, Death – On January 3, 2023, Barry J. Weber, who resided in North Smithfield and had reached the age of 88 years, passed away at his house while he was surrounded by his devoted family. On June 9, 1956, he tied the knot with Diane L. (Dupre), who would go on to become his wife in the future. Diane L. Weber was married to him at the time. He was the son of Eugene Weber, Sr. and Leah (Fowler) Weber, who had both passed away prior to his birth. He was born in Providence. Barry was an employee at the Lincoln-based Conklin Limestone company. He served in the military for some time. Barry was a skilled woodworker who had constructed both his home, which he had completed in the year 1960, as well as his barn, in which he felt a great deal of pride.
He had a deep affection for his pets, was interested in mechanisms, and enjoyed putting in labor in his backyard. Above all else, Barry cherished his marriage to his true love, Diane, and he never missed an opportunity to sit down and have a cup of coffee with her first thing in the morning. Kristen Weber of Manchester, Massachusetts; Malinda McMullen and her husband, John, of Amesbury, Massachusetts; Jennifer Weber and her companion Paul Liebrich of Canterbury, Connecticut; Erik Weber of Warwick; and Stephen Weber of Woonsocket; and two great-grandchildren, Scott Weber, Robert Grzyb, Lucas Weber, Ellis Weber-Provost, and Emery Weber-Provost; and Erik Weber of Warwick, Rhode Island; and Kristen Diane, his wife, and the two children they had together outlived him. Eugene Weber Jr., his brother, also called Eugene Weber, died before him.
On Tuesday, January 10, 2023, at 10:00 a.m., a funeral service and burial will be performed for him at Highland Memorial Park, which is located at 1 Rhode Island Avenue in Johnston, Rhode Island 02919. It is the responsibility of the Holt Funeral Home, which is located at 510 South Main Street in Woonsocket, to make the proper arrangements for the funeral. Donations made in memory of those who have passed on can be sent to Paws Watch at the following address: Post Office Box 7005, Warwick, Rhode Island 02886. Please stop by our florist shop if you would like to make a contribution in the form of a floral arrangement to the Weber family or to plant a tree in memory of Barry J. Weber.