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Russell Hugo Weber

Honor Mission
Russell Hugo Weber, Veteran
Watertown, Wisconsin – 08-03-18


Russell Hugo Weber, 93, of Watertown, passed away on Saturday, July 28, 2018.  Russ was born on November 24, 1924 in Milwaukee, to Hugo and Martha Weber.  After high school, Russ entered the Army in February, 1943, as an automotive mechanic in the Asiatic-Pacific Theater.  He was awarded the Bronze Arrowhead and Good Conduct Medal before being discharged in January of 1946.
In 2009, Russ had the privilege of taking the Stars & Stripes Honor Flight to Washington D.C., an experience he never forgot.  He was honored to be a recipient of the Red Quilt of Valor in March of 2017, by the Quilts of Valor Organization.

Staging Time: 8:00 a.m.

St. Luke’s Lutheran Church
301 Clark Street
Watertown, Wisconsin

Ride Captain:

Tom Sberna

Special Instructions:

Visitation 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Service at 11:00 a.m.
Escort to burial.
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
If you have large bike flags, please bring them.
Water will not be provided, please bring your own.

Submitted By: John Curran
Position: Wisconsin State Captain

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2 Comments To "Russell Hugo Weber"

#1 Comment By ratkatgold On August 3, 2018 @ 1:07 am

I extend my most heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Russell H. Weber, US Army WWII Veteran. During this most difficult time, I pray you peace. I will forever be grateful for his service, sacrifice, and dedication to our country. Rest easy now, Sir…those you have left behind to carry on without you have the watch.

#2 Comment By tsberna On August 10, 2018 @ 3:07 pm

I was honored to be the Ride Captain for this Mission. I was assisted by Steve Jensen that helped with staging and the escort. It was a beautiful Wisconsin summer day. There were 4 of us standing the flag line at the church. We also had four bikes in the escort, led by our veterans son-in-law Phil. There were 5 of us holding flags at the cemetery. The family was very appreciative and the Mission went very well.