116 3rd St SE
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52401
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David Weber, 65, of Swisher, formerly of Monticello and Mount Vernon, died Sunday, July 18, 2021, at the Gardens of Cedar Rapids following an extended illness. Visitation will be held from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Friday, July 23, at Goettsch Funeral Home, Monticello. Graveside services will follow
at Oakwood Cemetery. If you are not fully vaccinated, a mask MUST be worn and fitted properly over the nose and mouth at all times to ENTER the funeral home.
Survivors include his wife, Joyce; two daughters, Leah (Shawn) Kimball and Kelly Weber; two grandchildren, Aria and Aiden Kimball; four stepchildren, Kelley Thityacre (Toby), Stephanie Brady (Brian), Jaimie Berger (Jason) and Zachary Berger (Stormy), 14 stepgrandchildren; his siblings, Ronald Weber (Cindy), Gary Weber (LuAnn) and Karla Flannagan (Mark); and his in-laws, Ron Kelley, Steve Kelley (Connie), Coralie Miller (Ryan), Tom and DJ. McElmeel, Lori Ehlers (Gerald Jr.) and Jennifer Marion (Chad).
He was preceded in death by his parents; his first wife, Robin McElmeel Weber, in 1998; a nephew, Scott Weber; and his in-laws, Richard and Darlene Kelley.
David Francis Weber was born Nov. 5, 1955, at John McDonald Hospital, Monticello, Iowa. He was the son of Gerald and Agnes Naber Weber. David graduated from Monticello Community Schools in 1974. He farmed and later worked for the DOT in Dubuque. He married Robin McElmeel on April 12, 1985, at St. Matthew Lutheran Church, Monticello. The couple lived in Solon and Mount Vernon and David worked at University Hospitals in Iowa City. He also operated his lawn care business, Easy Lawn Care. On June 28, 2003, he married Joyce Kelley Berger in Iowa City, Iowa. The couple lived in Mount Vernon and later moved to Swisher, Iowa.
David enjoyed, boating, fishing, visiting friends at Green Lake, Wis., traveling with Joyce to the Rose Bowl, Florida, Hawaii, Alaska, Colorado, Mexico and Canada, and taking his dog Trixie for walks. He always enjoyed a good Western movie no matter how many times he had seen it. He loved spending time with family and friends and was willing to help anyone in need.