Condolences from Legacy.com…
I was torn-up to hear about weber. he was a vary good man I served with weber in his first tour to Iraq he spent allot of time on my truck as a gunner. He had a wonderful sense of hummer and always kept a smile on my face he will be missed my thoughts are with the weber family ~ Jason Thompson, salt lake city Utah
Hey Webs! You were always a great friend and I’m very proud to have known and served with you. I heard about your passing when i was on a mission at the plant and i can remember just going back into my humvee feeling numb that such a great man can be taken from us in a blink of an eye.
I will always hold close our memories weather it been killing each other playing halo on those annoying nights on staff duty.. or hanging with strawberry, sky, dragon, and viper.. I will never forget you and the impact you had on my life. Rest In Peace my friend and I’ll see you sometime soon. ~ CPL Justin Lamb, Tacoma, Washington.
“Weeber” , I served with Robert in his first tour in Iraq. I remember the first day we met. Aragon and I tried to give him a little scare, but the 140 lb private just looked at two 220 lb guys and smiled. Robert, you always had a smile on your face. God bless you little buddy. you weren’t afraid of anything. ~ Chris McMurtrey, Spokane, Washington
To “Web” you will be greatly missed in the unit, we love you and we will meet again. The boys of B-BTRY 1/37 FA Ft.Lewis, ~ clint egge, ft.lewis, Washington