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Lynn Marie Weber, age 64, of Brownsdale, passed away unexpectedly at her home with her daughter by her side on Monday, May 4, 2020.
Lynn was born February 6, 1956 in Osage, Iowa to Ellis and Doris (Elliott) Douty. She grew up in Adams, MN and graduated from Southland High School in 1975. She worked at Mayo Methodist Hospital as a Health Unit Coordinator for 42 years following high school.
On June 2, 1984 Lynn married Russell Weber at Queen of Angels Catholic Church in Austin, MN. They lived in rural Austin, MN and later moved to Brownsdale, MN in 1986. She later had a son, William A. Weber and a daughter Elizabeth A. Weber.
Lynn was always a child at heart and had a vibrant outlook on life. She was a great listener and was always thinking of others. She enjoyed collecting many things. She loved reading books about spirituality and angels. She was also a devoted Vikings fan, even during those tough years. She always hoped she would get to see them win a Super Bowl. She enjoyed visiting her grandkids and enjoyed spending time with her daughter Liz. They would often go swimming, attend concerts, go to the casino, and go to Vikings games.
She will be lovingly remembered by husband, Russell Weber, Brownsdale, MN; children; William and Gabrielle (Umbreit) Weber, Rochester, MN; Elizabeth Weber, Brownsdale, MN; grandchildren, Joey, Gracelynn, and Charlee; siblings; Bob and Jan (Marreel) Douty, Rose Creek, MN, Denny and Kay (Douty) Distad, Burnsville, MN, Lester and Sue (Mauer) Douty, Riverside, CA, Tom and Janette (Douty) Nolan, Mankato, MN, Larry and Monica (Douty) Mullenbach, Rose Creek, MN, Jim and Sarah (Pitzen) Douty, Adams, MN, Lilian (Douty) Wiste, Plainview MN, Mike and Julene (Douty) Nolan, Minneapolis, MN; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Richard Weber, Austin, MN, Gloria (Weber) Bartz, Osage, IA, Darryl and Linda (Weber) Barth, Austin, MN, many nieces and nephews; close friend, Nancy; also her dogs, Rusty and Hank.
She was preceded in death by her parents; Ellis and Doris (Elliott) Douty, father-in-law and mother-in-law; Charles and Agnes (Hemann) Weber; and brothers-in-law, Ray Wiste and Harold Bartz.
Private family services are being held.
Memorials are preferred through the Mayer Funeral Home.
Condolences may be left online at www.mayerfh.com