Born: July 14, 1952 - Deceased: March 4, 2022
Glenn Charles Weber, 69, of Belleville, IL, born Monday, July 14, 1952, in East St. Louis, IL, passed away Friday, March 4, 2022 surrounded by his loving family, at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in O Fallon, IL.
Glenn was a larger than life character, who always put his children, grandchildren, family, and friends before all else. His greatest joy and source of pride came from watching his children Tara, Michelle, and Mike grow and raise families. He loved all of his grandchildren more than anything, and he spent his life supporting all of them in life, sports, school, plays, and all other activities. Grandpa Glenn (aka “Big Dog”) loved his family unconditionally. He was a friend, protector, confidant, and role model for all his grandchildren, as well as for many others.
Glenn was a 3rd generation member of Sheet Metal Workers Local 268. He impacted countless people throughout his life, coaching baseball and softball, supporting countless charities, and spending time with Little Devils friends and family. He spent his free time with his beloved golf family and friends at the Belleville YMCA.
He was known and loved by many. His presence and laughter filled the room, no matter how large. Adults and kids were drawn to his one of a kind personality. He saved the best of everything for everyone else, especially his family. He will be missed greatly, but his selfless actions and caring heart will be carried on by all he touched.
He was preceded in death by his:
Surviving are his:
Memorials: Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association or American Cancer Society.
Visitation: Visitation from 9:00 am – 11:00 am, Saturday, March 12, 2022 at St. Augustine of Canterbury in Belleville, IL.
Funeral: Memorial Mass will be held at 11:00 am, Saturday, March 12, 2022 at St. Augustine of Canterbury Belleville, IL with Msgr. Bill McGhee officiating. Private family interment.
Glen was a great guy. I always considered him a friend. My heart goes out to his family. He will be in our prayers.
Glenn was a good man with such an infectious laugh you couldn’t help but join in. He will be missed.
I loved glenn with all my soul, he was the best friend i could ever have wished for. he loved his family with no reservation, and supported any activity the kids were in, i will see glenn again, this i am sure of,Slick
Glenn was the greatest dad and grandpa for his kids and grandkids. They where his life and his everything!!!
Glen was a true friend and I’ll miss him. A good guy who put family first and was great with kids. A big loss for family and friends.
Glenn and his larger than life personality will always be apart of my childhood memories. He was definitely one of a kind. Prayers to his family.
Glenn, Rest In Peace Crusader ! Thanks for the memorable times together. Prayers and condolences to Gary and the entire extended Weber Family.
Spent eight years with Glenn at Queen of peace grade school Glenn was great guy .
When I started at Belleville Mechanical, Inc. Glenn became a very good friend. He always made me laugh when he knew I was down. I will forever miss his smiling face. Rest in Peace Glenn!
RIP Glenn. Thanks for all your smiles and hearty laughter we shared back in the Devil days. As many have already said, if Glenn is there, his kids were there too.
To Mike, Michelle and Tara, please accept my sincere condolences. May all your memories fill the hole in your heart.
Thank you for graciously sharing your Papa skills with my children, Aaron Caleb, Michael Henry and Coco-nut. Thank you to you and Lisa for being there when no one else was. Our family, the Buhls, send you, your loved ones a place of Peace and Light
Hit this one out of the park and let it RIP Love, Kimi
Glen’s laugh was infectious! He used all his talents to make those around him better. God bless you!
I recall growing up with Glenn on the Khoury League baseball diamonds around the Belleville area. Not only was he a good player himself but always supported his teammates. My thoughts and prayers go out to Glenns Family.
I have known Glen for over forty years and he was loved by many people. Our sons played baseball together and I enjoyed working with him at Kohl S M.
He loved life and his family.
Glenn, you are my brother from another mother.
RIP I will see you in the afterlife. Chas
Mr. Weber ALWAYS MADE ME LOL…HE WAS AWESOME!!!!! His family & friends will miss him DEARLY!!!!! May he RIP!!!!!!! – Heap family
I knew Glenn from highschool..funloving guy. Michelle my condolences to your family. RIP Glenn
We were shocked and saddened to learn of Glen’s passing. He was our softball team’s boisterous cheerleader, tenacious competitor and cherished teammate. Our prayers go out to the entire Weber family.
We are so sorry for your loss, the Webers have been family friends for ever. Glen was a wonderful man who help me find my way when when I was young. Alway ready to help. Will always remember our days at the track, with Fred, my dad ,Mr Weber and the Eathardt Brothers. God Bless and thoughts and prayers. The world is a lot worse with Glens passing .
I am so sorry for you family’s loss.
I remember Glenn the most from the one year we played baseball together on Barney (Bryan’s dad) Hoffman’s team. At that time I wanted to only play catcher, but Barney wanted Glenn to play catcher so I was moved to the outfield. All in all that made us a better team. It gave us a needed good bat in the lineup with Glenn. Late in the season I was called on to do some pitching and Glenn and I had a good time with my junk messing with batters heads. RIP Glenn.
Glenn was just a good man. Rock solid. Nothing but good memories. A lot of those memories revolve around softball. And I can almost hear that awesome laugh now. RIP Glenn.
Enjoyed Playing softball with Glen and just knowing him period. Quite a competitor. May he rest n peace condolences to his family.