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Eric Weber Obituary, Death – Eric J. Weber, age 43, passed away at the Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls. He was taken to his heavenly home that day. The funeral mass will be held on Monday, October 21 at 10:00 am at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Parkston, and will be followed by the committal service which will take place at Emsley Catholic Cemetery west of Ethan. Following the committal service, at twelve o’clock in the afternoon, there will be a dinner to commemorate Eric’s life at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall in Parkston. At the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Parkston on Monday, October 21, visitation will take place from 9:00 am to 10:00 am. Koehn Bros. Funeral Home in Parkston is in charge of the arrangements.

Eric was born in Parkston, South Dakota on October 7th, 1976 to parents Gary and Cathy (Pansegrau) Weber. He started his education at Parkston High School, where he received his diploma in 1995. After that, he went on to Mitchell Technical Institute in Mitchell, South Dakota, where he earned a degree in Architectural Drafting and Building Construction in 1997. Prior to launching his own company in Parkston, he gained experience in the woodworking industry at Patzer Woodworking in Mitchell. Weber Woodworking got its start in Eric’s garage, but it expanded into a full-fledged woodworking company with a number of employees very fast.

He was forced to give up the firm because of his health problems. Eric cherished the time he got to spend with the person who brought the most joy into his life—his daughter Mylie—as well as with his future wife, Carmen. As early as the seventh grade, he enjoyed shooting weapons, building things out of wood, and picking on his sisters. Other hobbies he enjoyed included chopping up wood and making things.

Those who are thankful for the opportunity to have been a part of his life include his mother, Cathy, who lives in Dimock, South Dakota; his daughter, Mylie Weber, who lives in Parkston; his two sisters, Heather (Mike) Herman of Sioux Falls and Ann (Brandon) Jacobsen of Dimock; his fiancee, Carmen Jurgensen, who lives in Sioux Falls; his grandfather, Gus Pansegrau, who lives in Parkston; His grandfather, Bonnie Pansegrau, as well as his paternal and paternal grandmother, Patrick and Lavalle Weber, passed away before he was born.

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