Jeffrey H. “Jeff” Weber

Jeffrey H. “Jeff” Weber, age 60, of Dubuque, Iowa, sadly completed his earthly journey suddenly on June 2, 2021, at St. Luke’s Hospital in Cedar Rapids.  To honor Jeff’s life, full military honors will be accorded by the Dubuque American Legion, Post #6, on Tuesday, June 8, 2021, at 11:00 a.m. at Mount Calvary Cemetery, 1111 Davis Street, in Dubuque.  The Tri-State Cremation Center is humbly serving Jeff’s family.


Jeff was born on August 20, 1960, in Dubuque, 1 of 9 children to John and Phyllis (Benda) Weber.  He learned the value of family and friends at a very early age and proudly carried that wisdom with him throughout his entire 60+ years walking among us.  After high school, Jeff went on to honorably serve our nation with the U.S. Army for almost 8 years before returning to civilian life to begin his career in total production management.  He spent over 20 years with Unilever, and another 7 with Campbell’s Soup, while he was living in North Carolina.  After health issues had begun to arise 7 years ago, Jeff, along with his soul-mate of over 20 years, Crystal Glover, by his side, made the decision that it was time to be close to family once again as they continued on their journey together.  The couple continued to make many wonderful memories together as they embraced their new surroundings.  Countless hours were spent at the American Legion visiting with friends, and many afternoons were satisfied with nothing more than a cool breeze accompanying the sun overhead with a fresh supply of bait and a fishing pole in hand.  Jeff also possessed a beyond witty sense of humor which would regularly have the entire room in stitches before he was finished with the day’s escapades.  And, if the mood was just right and Jeff found himself in a comfortable environment, you may even have possibly been blessed enough to witness him doing his best Steve Perry imitation when a favorite Journey song came on the radio, or even cutting the rug a little if he thought he could get away with it.  It seems impossible to imagine a world where Jeff’s vivacious love for life won’t be able to brighten even the darkest of days ahead, but we do trust that the abundance of memories we will all treasure until we meet again will surely have the ability to soften the pain as we patiently seek out healing in our hearts and minds.  Thank you, Jeff, for always simply being you, and may peace be yours until we see you again.          


Those left behind to cherish the memory of Jeff include,


his loving companion of over 20 years,

Crystal Glover, Dubuque, Iowa;


his children,

Patricia Lane, Florida,

Jessica Weber, Colorado,

Angella (Charlie) Floyd, Texas,

Tyeandra Glover, Dubuque,

Tyreese Glover, New York,

and Tiana Johnson, South Carolina;


his 17 grandchildren;


his 2 great-grandchildren;


his 6 siblings,

Diane (Jerry) Dukes, Colorado,

Steve (Mary) Weber, Illinois,

Rick (Pat) Weber, California,

Rose (Tim) Schrobilign, Hawaii,

Laura Weber, East Dubuque,

and Bernie (Vickie) Weber, Oregon;


his sister-in-law, Frances Weber, Louisiana;


along with numerous extended family, friends, and neighbors.


Jeff was preceded in death by his parents; his brother, John Weber; his sister, Debi Weber; and his great-grandson, Kayden Jacobs.


Jeff’s family would like to thank all of their family and friends who have so generously shown their sincere concern and compassion during these very difficult days.  A very special thank you goes out to everyone at the American Legion Hall, Lowe’s of Dubuque, along with Chad and Cat for going the extra mile when we needed you most.  May the Lord be as gracious to all of you as you have been to us over these last days.  Thank you!


Online condolences may be shared with Jeff’s family at


Full Military Honors

Mount Calvary Cemetery Graveside
1111 Davis Street, Dubuque, Iowa, 52001
June 8th, 2021 at 11:00 AM

6 comments on “Jeffrey H. “Jeff” Weber
  1. I have known Jeff for many years. We first met in Junior Achievement when we were 16. He was the sweetest and kindest person I have ever known. He helped me through some bad times in my life. Even though we lost touch for many years he always had a place in my heart. I will miss your smiling face and your funny personality. Until we meet again.

  2. Gale Christian says:

    Crystal, Harold and I are sorry to hear about Jeff. If there is anything you need, call us. We love you!

  3. Doris McLesn says:

    My condolences to you and your family. Your classmate “85”

  4. Jill Hamilton says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

  5. Jonathan Ismail says:

    You are loved and cared about by your friends at Lowe’s. We are here for you, always.

  6. Kevin & Sue Leute says:

    Our hearts will be forever broken at the tragic loss of one of our closest friends. Warm thoughts and prayers for Crystal & all of Jeff’s family.

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