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Weber ChrisWEBER, Chris J.  -

April 20, 1963 - May 25, 2023


Chris Weber, 60, of Elgin, Illinois, husband of 27 years, to Kristina, (nee Helton); dad of Joseph and Olivia; brother of Bruce (Lana) Weber, Eva (Wayne) Weber Bates and Joey (Maureen) Weber; son of Joseph and Arlene Weber (nee Walker); brother-in-law of Laura (Dean) Marasa, Kim (Tom) Cramer, Sean (Emelia) Helton and Annie Sadowski; uncle of Jesse (Stephanie) Weber, Tamara Weber, Carson (Sandra) Weber, Pearce Weber, Adam Bates, Dylan Bates and Hunter Clarke.


Chris was also an uncle to many nieces and nephews, and a great-uncle to great-nieces and nephews on the Helton side.


Chris Weber, known affectionately as "Weber" by friends and family, was an avid collector, smoker of meats, musician, business man, and family man.


He grew up in Toronto, Canada, and eventually moved to the US to start his family with his wife, Kristina, and eventual children, Olivia and Joseph. He worked at HEIDENHAIN for 31 years, first as a salesman, then as a sales director. Through his work and hobbies, he met many fast friends. Chris's charisma, kindness, and passion for anything he loved was evident to all who had the pleasure of meeting him.


Weber's loss will be felt deeply by his loved ones and friends, but they find solace in the fact he is now at peace.


Celebration of Life, Sunday, June 11th, from 4 - 9 p.m., Lions Club of Toronto Beaches, 10 Ashbridges Bay Park Rd., Toronto.