In memory of
Dr. Harvey Rudolph Weber
In memory of
Dr. Harvey Rudolph Weber
Dr. Harvey Rudolph Weber Farmington - Harvey Rudolph Weber, a dentist and 51 year resident of Farmington, NM passed away November 7, 2020 3:20am in Scottsdale, AZ at Eckstein Center a division of Hospice of the Valley after a 6 year battle with Multiple Myeloma. Harvey is survived by his wife of 57 years, DeAnn (Bennett) Weber, his daughter Darci, her husband Shane Ziegler and their two children Karissa and Kyle of Keenesburg, CO, his son Brent and his wife Shelly (Clark) and their daughter Enae of Longwood, FL, and his daughter Deidra and her husband Travis Watson and their sons Dax and Ryker of Farmington, NM and his sister Bonnie Eichmann of Roseburg, OR. Harvey was preceded in death by his father Stephen, mother Hulda (Martsch), and sisters Arlene and June. Harvey was born November 4th, 1942 in Sacramento, CA in the middle of World War II. He graduated from Arizona State University in 1965 with a Bachelor's degree in Agronomy. He and his wife DeAnn then moved to Farmington, NM where Darci and Brent were born while he worked for the New Mexico Bureau of Reclamation for 5 years before relocating to Loma Linda, CA. In 1974 he graduated as a dentist from Loma Linda University and moved back to Farmington where they built their forever home and their youngest child, Deidra was born. He practiced dentistry for 41 years and was well loved by his patients, many of whom stuck with him his whole career. Harvey always preferred to be outdoors, outside of the city limits. He had a deep appreciation for nature and an affinity for all of God's creatures. He had numerous hobbies including, camping, hiking, (summiting all 54 14k foot peaks in CO) dirt bike riding, landscaping, restoring cars, and treasure hunting. He played the trombone. He never took himself very seriously and loved showing affection by playing pranks and teasing people and pets "just a little bit." He was a lifelong actively involved member of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church where he volunteered thousands of hours in support of the local church and its affiliate school (Discover Christian School). A Celebration of Life Memorial Service for Harvey is planned for Saturday, May 22nd, at 4pm at the Pinon Hills SDA Church (5001 Foothills, Dr.) in Farmington. There will be a time to gather to share stories and reminisce after the service.
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Dr. Harvey Rudolph Weber
Dr. Harvey Rudolph Weber Farmington - Harvey Rudolph Weber, a dentist and 51 year resident of Farmington, NM passed away November 7, 2020 3:20am in Scottsdale, AZ at Eckstein Center a division of Hospice of the Valley after a 6 year battle with Multiple Myeloma. Harvey is survived by his wife of 57 years, DeAnn (Bennett) Weber, his daughter Darci, her husband Shane Ziegler and their two children Karissa and Kyle of Keenesburg, CO, his son Brent and his wife Shelly (Clark) and their daughter Enae of Longwood, FL, and his daughter Deidra and her husband Travis Watson and their sons Dax and Ryker of Farmington, NM and his sister Bonnie Eichmann of Roseburg, OR. Harvey was preceded in death by his father Stephen, mother Hulda (Martsch), and sisters Arlene and June. Harvey was born November 4th, 1942 in Sacramento, CA in the middle of World War II. He graduated from Arizona State University in 1965 with a Bachelor's degree in Agronomy. He and his wife DeAnn then moved to Farmington, NM where Darci and Brent were born while he worked for the New Mexico Bureau of Reclamation for 5 years before relocating to Loma Linda, CA. In 1974 he graduated as a dentist from Loma Linda University and moved back to Farmington where they built their forever home and their youngest child, Deidra was born. He practiced dentistry for 41 years and was well loved by his patients, many of whom stuck with him his whole career. Harvey always preferred to be outdoors, outside of the city limits. He had a deep appreciation for nature and an affinity for all of God's creatures. He had numerous hobbies including, camping, hiking, (summiting all 54 14k foot peaks in CO) dirt bike riding, landscaping, restoring cars, and treasure hunting. He played the trombone. He never took himself very seriously and loved showing affection by playing pranks and teasing people and pets "just a little bit." He was a lifelong actively involved member of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church where he volunteered thousands of hours in support of the local church and its affiliate school (Discover Christian School). A Celebration of Life Memorial Service for Harvey is planned for Saturday, May 22nd, at 4pm at the Pinon Hills SDA Church (5001 Foothills, Dr.) in Farmington. There will be a time to gather to share stories and reminisce after the service.
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