Kenneth W. Weber

Kenneth W. Weber

September 4, 1934 – January 16, 2024

Ken was born on September 4, 1934, in Butte, Nebraska. He was the youngest of 5 children born to Paul and Alice Weber.  He is survived by one sister, Donna.  He married Norma Hahn on June 25, 1960.  Together they raised 4 children: Pam Tracy (Jon) and daughters, Katie and Emily; Lisa Carpenter (Randy) and sons, Zach and Cody; Angie Ulness (Gary)and son, Collin and daughters, Madison and Mackenzie; and Steve Weber (Lisa) and three sons, Ben, Mason, and Owen.

He enjoyed a long and successful career with Kraft Foods.  He retired in 1995.  He shall be remembered by everyone who knew him as a loving and kind man. He described himself as a guy who “just goes with it.” His advice to others was always to do the best you can.

He loved classic car shows, golf, traveling, playing cards with family and friends, an occasional trip to a local casino, country music, and spending as much time as he could with his kids and grandchildren. He loved anything sweet, especially circus peanuts, candied orange slices and Norma’s chocolate chip cookies.  His favorite meal was Mexican food with a Dr. Pepper.  He loved reminiscing about his small hometown of Butte, Nebraska, and was very proud of his days in the U.S. Army, stationed in Korea.

VISITATION: Friday, January 19, 5-7pm followed by a VIGIL at 7pm at West Center Chapel (7805 West Center Road).

MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: Saturday, January 20, 10:30am at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, 15353 Pacific St.

Interment, Omaha National Cemetery.

To view a live broadcast of the Vigil Service and Mass, please visit and click on the “Live Cast” button at the top of the home page.


  • Nancy Jackson Posted January 17, 2024 10:01 pm

    Norma, please accept my deepest and most sincere sympathies for the loss of Ken. May he rest in the glorious shadow of our Lord, Jesus Christ!

  • Debra sueper Posted January 17, 2024 11:16 pm

    I am very sorry for your loss. May he rest in eternal peace and the perpetual light shine on his soul 🙏

  • Bev&Wally Musegades Posted January 17, 2024 11:20 pm

    So sorry to hear of your loss, may all the good memories comfort you, keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Mitch and Carol Ann Cloyed Posted January 18, 2024 8:56 am

    Norma and family,
    We pray that the terrible sense of loss we all feel today, is soon replaced by only happy memories of Ken. And we have a ton of them.

  • Dorothy Wilson Posted January 18, 2024 10:03 am

    I am so very sorry for the loss of Ken. He is not really gone, just in a much better place where he is waiting for you to join him some day, enjoying the blessings and happiness in heaven. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers..

  • Charlie and Rose Marie Canterberry Posted January 18, 2024 10:31 am

    We are so sorry to hear about Ken. Our condolences to you, Norma and the family. Charlie and Rose Marie.

  • Kathleene Kaiser Posted January 18, 2024 3:11 pm

    At times like this, finding the right words is hard. Norma, condolences and prayers for you and the family. May happy memories of Ken help during this difficult time. We will be out of town for the funeral but will be thinking of you during the celebration of Ken’s life.

    Mark & Katie Kaiser

  • Jean McKimmey Posted January 18, 2024 3:44 pm

    Dear family, my heart aches for you all. Mr. Weber was always such a sweet, quiet man who pit up with us crazy neighborhood kids running through the house and our dog Toto doing her business in your yard! May his memory always be a blessing. Hugs to you all.

  • Mike and Lisa Woodford Posted January 18, 2024 4:48 pm

    We will forever have such fond memories of time spent with Ken and your family. He was an amazing father and grandfather, friend and man. What a wonderful legacy he created. Bless you all. Love, The Woodford Family

  • Jeffrey Hug Posted January 19, 2024 2:59 am

    I’m so sorry, Weber family…. I have so many great memories of Uncle Kenny. From Staying at your house close to the bowling alley to Year when I got to spend an hour and a 1/2 with just him. And me across the island.
    Talking about My dad and our history together. I never saw him in a bad mood. Any never said anything negative about anybody. He always has a smile on his face and the chuckle at the end of his stories. When I used to call over to the house on gold street. He was always telling me about his work…. He always
    Talked about The Dollar bill my dad and he split…. He was so much fun and.
    i admired How he always took care of the family and how he treated my aunt Norma. . I will miss him around the card table and watching him Steal change from the person next to him… LOL. Have fun. Play golf and enjoy laughing with my dad in heaven, I will see you someday Uncle Ken, I love you

  • Susan Steenson Posted January 19, 2024 8:20 am

    Norma, I am so sorry tomhear about your loss of your husband. Our faith tells us Christ has a place prepared just for him, so I hanf on to that hope. My prayers are with you May Ken rest in peace.
    Susan and Loren Steenson

  • Joe and Shirley Posted January 19, 2024 9:41 am

    Dear Norma and family, Joe and I are so sorry for your loss, Ken will be missed by many. may Ken rest in eternity with the Lord, our prayers and love are with all of you.

  • Larry and Connie Lewer Posted January 19, 2024 10:35 am

    Norma and family. Please know that our prayers are with you and your family during this time of greif for Ken’s passing. We will miss him very much. He was a good friend.

  • Sheri and Randy Hays Posted January 19, 2024 11:20 am

    As friends and neighbors of Pam and Jon, we want to extend our deepest condolences to the Weber Family.

  • Susan McClaughry Posted January 19, 2024 12:34 pm

    Norma and family, sending you my sincere regrets and sympathy. What a wonderful person to meet at my job and I was truly blessed by taking care of. him. What a wonderful family i met, it makes my job so meaningful. May you be filled with peace and joy knowing there is a beautiful beyond.

  • Cindy Weber Posted January 19, 2024 6:22 pm

    My heart goes out to You all. Losing a parent is one of the hardest things you will ever go through. It does get easier as the days go by, but there’s never a day that goes by that I don’t remember the wonderful parent To do I had. And you all did too. Love you..

  • Daniel Hahn Posted January 19, 2024 8:58 pm

    So sorry for your loss. Ken was a great friend and role model for me. I was able to see and listen to the vigil with Judy and Doris. The talks from your kids was heartwarming and so true. He was a role model we could only hope to emulate. He will be missed. We should be able to join you at the service through the on line broadcast if we can get Doris’s computer to work. We love you very much.

  • Doris Hug Posted January 19, 2024 9:01 pm

    Dear Weber family
    I am so so sorry for your loss. Ken was a very special person who had a great sense of him. He will be missed. I hope he’s having great conversations with Mike and all the other family in heaven. Love to you Norma and your family.

  • Judy Hahn Posted January 20, 2024 9:48 am

    Norma and family. I’m deeply sorry for your loss. Watching the kids speak last night was heartbreaking and touching. So lucky to have a father as special Ken. I sure enjoyed talking with Ken and he was always interested in what I had to say. I loved his sense of humor. I’ll be thinking of you all often and praying for strength to get through these hard days. All my love and prayers.

  • Kathy Dewhurst Posted January 20, 2024 5:43 pm

    You are in our thoughts and prayers. May wonderful memories bring you peace and comfort. We remember Ken’s strong faith from our Antioch group meetings.
    We are traveling and will not be able to attend Ken’s services, you and your family will be in our prayers.

    Bob and Kathy Dewhurst

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