Nicholas Weber Obituary, Death – Nicholas Weber has passed away. Until his retirement, Nicholas was an ironworker with IBIW Locals 40 in Manhattan and 373 in Perth Amboy. He worked there and was happy to be there. He belonged to the South Amboy Holy Name Society of the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, the Sayreville Tuesday Club, and the Sayreville St. Stan’s Seniors.
He took communion at the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in South Amboy. Nicholas was one of the first four volunteers that established the Morgan First Aid Team. His 59-year-old wife Ann Boros Weber, his children Joe and his daughter-in-law Christine and her son Reid, Tracy and his closest friend and son-in-law Chuck Kelly, and Dawn and his son-in-law Tony Rutski are among those who can carry on without him. Nick was very proud of his grandchildren, especially his paramedic grandson Nicholas and his Penn State graduating granddaughter June.
Nicholas was adored and respected by his children, and he liked spending time with his grandchildren. He is also survived by his sister Constance Lemerich, brother Frank Weber, and sister-in-law Lorraine, as well as a substantial number of his nieces and nephews. Nicholas was a devout Christian who prioritised his family and gave them his complete focus.
He was a true gentleman in every manner, with a wonderful smile and the most stunning blue eyes. He merely had to go into a room to instantly make it brighter. The kindest, forgiving, and loving person, Nick’s wife always took great care to help him recover from injuries to his back. Despite having severe physical problems, Nick persisted. After being given a Stage 4 cancer diagnosis nine years ago, Nick has continued to live alone. He never voiced a complaint, and the fortitude and tenacity with which he fought the “devil” of cancer was a tremendously inspirational demonstration of the human spirit.