Paul Weberling

Paul Henry Weberling, 79, died Sunday, May 21, 2017 at the Amita Health Adventist Medical Center in Bolingbrook, IL after a long battle with pulmonary fibrosis.  

He isurvived by his sister and brother-in-law, Shirley and Joseph Gawin; his former wife, Jane Weberling; his two daughters and sons-in-lawCharlotte and Jeffrey Soukup and Paula and Daniel Kramer; and his beloved pets, Susie and Cleo.  

Paul was born on April 13, 1938 in Newark, NJ where he grew up with his parents, Paul and Bertha Weberling, and his sister, ShirleyPaul attended Central Commercial and Technical High School, where he was known both for his interest in science and engineering and his penchant for jokes and mischief. After high school, Paul earned a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Rutgers University. 

Paul enlisted in the United States Marine Corps at age 23, attained the rank of Captain at 27, and remained a proud Marine for the rest of his life. He served in the Vietnam War as a motor transport officer, earning a Navy Commendation Medal for heroism. Paul enjoyed many civilian careers in his lifetime—draftsman, supervisor, antique store consultant, and investor—but his chief passion was learning.  

He was an avid reader and museum patron, and actively pursued hobbies in gardening, sketching and photography. His interests in history, astronomy, nature, and conservation served as inspiration to his childrenHe could expound on seemingly any topic, with a humor and perspective that was uniquely, unabashedly his own, and he frequently did, to anyone that would listen.  

Services will be held this Thursday at 10am at Divine Shepherd Lutheran Church, 985 Lily Cache Lane, Bolingbrook and he will be interred at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood.”

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  1. Although I didn’t know you well, I was blessed enough to know both of your daughters. You raised some incredible women, which I’m sure you’re very proud of and is a huge testament to you. Thank you for serving our country. You and your family are in my prayers.

  2. Cheryl Minnich Behm

    Sorry for your loss.. I enjoyed the Times that Paul and myself went too the museum with 4 kids in tow. The 2 of you and Jerry and Stefanie. Was such a great experience.

  3. Patti and Jim Cassidy

    A very well written obituary. He was a wondetful man. He raised 2 wonderful daughters. We are sorry for your loss.

  4. Lyn and John Wozniak

    Don’t know if this will reach you but worth a try. So, so sorry for your loss. John has been trying to get in touch so I did a search and found this obit. Always enjoyed “Uncle Paul”. He and my Dad, Pepere, had many, many fun times together. Probably playing Acey Duecy in heaven!

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