September 28, 1927 ~ January 12, 2022 (age 94) 94 Years Old


Mary Lisbeth Leubuscher (Betsy) Weaber passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family on January 12 at Phoebe, Richlandtown, PA. Born on September 28, 1927 in Troy, New York, she was 94 years old. Married to John Franklin Weaber in 1949 they would have celebrated their 73rd anniversary in February. She was predeceased by her husband, her father Frederic Henry Leubuscher and her mother Florence Ella Smith Leubuscher, her brother Frederic Dow Leubuscher and her stepmother George Sargent Leubuscher, her stepbrother George Sargent Janes and stepsister Susanna Janes Stephens. She grew up in Essex Fells, NJ., having graduated from Essex Fells High School, and attended Cedar Crest College in Allentown, PA. Surviving are her children Joan Lisbeth Weaber Frame, (Clark Shannon Frame), Bedminster, PA, Anne Catherine Zinni, (Edmund L. Zinni), Hertford, NC and John Douglas Weaber, Aurora, OR, (daughter-in-law Karen L. Weaber, Lake Oswego, OR). She has 8 grandchildren, John, Thomas and Clark Frame, Nathaniel, Paul and Nicole Zinni and Mark and Scott Weaber in addition to 6 great grandchildren and numerous nephews and nieces. She also is survived by her sister Joan Leubuscher Angell of Eau Claire, WI and Nancy Janes Patton of Boston, MA. Betsy was a very active volunteer while her children were young, having been a Girl Scout Leader, active in her church, Central Presbyterian Church, Downingtown PA, as well as supporting many of her children’s activities. She was an advocate and on the Board of Planned Parenthood and served on committees for Chester County Day, and Chester County Hospital. An active golfer and bridge player, she played competitively for Whitford Country Club. She enjoyed needlework, the arts, and gardening. She served as a tax consultant for H & R Block for several years, prior to becoming a Real Estate Agent for Prudential Preferred Properties, which she enjoyed well into her 80’s. Nothing pleased her more than helping her clients find the homes of their dreams. Most of all Betsy had a true love of family, all of whom will miss her terribly, but wonderful memories live on! In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting contributions be made to the Foundation Fighting Blindness, in Columbia, MD, 412-423-0600. Arrangements will be private at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are in the care of the C. R. Strunk Funeral Home, Inc. Quakertown, PA.

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