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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Lynn L. "Duz" Weber

1944 - 2021

Essexville

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Lynn L. “Duz: Weber, age 76 of Essexville, passed away Saturday April 10, 2021 at the Carriage House in Bay City. The son of the late Earl and Leona (Spangler) Weber was born in Bay City on September 3, 1944. Lynn was proud to have serve his Country in the United States Army during the Vietnam War.  Lynn was employed with General Motors for many years. He was a regular at the Market Restaurant in Bay City where he enjoyed talking with the other Veterans and patrons who frequented the restaurant. Lynn enjoyed listening to the music from the 1960’s and reading the newspaper.

Surviving is his sister, Joan Pickelman; niece, Jolene Pickelman and her husband Dave Ostrander; great niece, Jess Ostrander. In addition to his parents, Lynn was preceded in death by his dear friend, Judy McManus; brother in law, Don Pickelman and Nephew, Darrin Pickelman

A private funeral service will be conducted on Tuesday April 13, 2021 from Wilson MILLER Funeral Home 4210 N. Saginaw Rd in Midland. Interment will be in Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly, Michigan. Memorial contribution may be offered to a Veteran’s Organization of the donor’s choice

Family would like to thank Jennifer Blair, Lynn’s friend and caretaker, for the loving support that she gave to him. Thank you also to the late Mary Militello and her family who provided many years of great care for him.

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Richard Pitt

April 14, 2021 2:00 PM

The thing I remember most about "Duz", was the good old days of high school and the weekend evenings we spent sitting on the corner in front of Mike's City Dairy in Auburn ---- thinking of things to do.  Wayne Yurgaites, Joe Swain,  Bauer, and myself.  We spent many fun-filled hours together.  Duz's favorite call out was: "Your mother wears combat boots!"  He was always the life of the party.  My sympathy to everyone.  Rest In peace, Duz, old friend.- Richard Pitt

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