Visitation at Funeral Home
Mass of Christian Burial
Interment will be private
Obituary of Lisabeth Ann Weber
Lisabeth Ann Weber (Rusnak), beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend, passed away on July 12, 2023, at the age of 61. Born on October 13, 1961, at St. Vincent's Hospital in Bridgeport, Connecticut to Emily and Paul Rusnak, she graced the lives of her family and friends with her warmth, kindness, and unwavering love.
Lisa, as she was affectionately known, grew up in Trumbull, Connecticut, where she attended Trumbull High School and graduated with the class of 1979. Her thirst for knowledge and passion for numbers led her to pursue a degree in Mathematics from Quinnipiac University, a testament to her brilliant mind and dedication.
For eight years, Lisa served as a Senior Infrastructure Engineer for the Knights of Columbus, leaving an indelible mark with her expertise and unwavering commitment. Her work was not merely a job but a reflection of her meticulous nature and desire to contribute meaningfully to the world around her.
While Lisa's professional accomplishments were significant, her true joys in life were found in the simplicity of everyday moments. An avid reader, she found solace and inspiration within the pages of countless books, allowing her imagination to soar and her spirit to grow. She cherished the company of her family, who were her greatest treasures, and took delight in the laughter, stories, and shared experiences that shaped their bonds.
Lisa's love for her husband, Louis Weber, was extraordinary. They were not only partners in life but also the best of friends, sharing countless memories and supporting one another through life's triumphs and challenges. Together, they built a foundation of love, trust, and companionship that served as an inspiration to all who knew them.
Her role as a mother was a source of immeasurable pride and joy. Brian, his wife Mandy and their two sons, Flynn and Ryder, as well as Andrew, Sarah and Jessica were the lights of her life, and she nurtured them with unconditional love, wisdom, and unwavering support. She celebrated their successes, listened to their dreams, and provided a safe haven in times of need. Lisa's devotion to her children knew no bounds, and her impact on their lives will be felt for generations to come.
Lisa's sister, Christine Plumeau, and her husband, Michael Plumeau, stood by her side throughout life's journey, offering unwavering support and creating cherished memories together. Her niece, Stephanie Reilly, and her husband, Brian Reilly, and their daughter, Teagan Reilly, as well as her nephew Matthew Plumeau, held a special place in Lisa's heart, and their bond of love and laughter was a testament to the joy they shared as a family.
Beyond her immediate family, Lisa had a profound affection for her two rescue dogs, Skye and Kova, who brought immense happiness and companionship to her life. She cherished their unwavering loyalty, finding solace and comfort in their unconditional love.
In addition to her family, Lisa will be deeply missed by her many friends and colleagues whose lives she touched with her genuine kindness, compassion, and generous spirit. She will be remembered for her infectious smile, her gentle nature, and the way she made everyone feel valued and cherished.
All are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial on Thursday, July 20, 2023 at 10:30 a.m. directly in St. Rose of Lima Church, 46 Church Hill Rd., Newtown. Interment will be private. Friends may greet the family on Wednesday from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Abriola Parkview Funeral Home, 419 White Plains Road, Trumbull.
In honor of Lisa's memory, memorial donations may be made to the C.H. Booth Library, 25 Main St., Newtown, CT 06470 chboothlibrary.org, the Connecticut Humane Society, 455 Post Rd. East, Westport, CT 06880 cthumane.org, or the American Heart Association, P. O. Box 840692, Dallas, TX 75284-0092, americanheart.org
These organizations reflect her love of reading and desire to pass that same love of reading to her family, her passion for animal welfare, and her commitment to promoting heart health, causes that were close to her heart.
Lisabeth Ann Weber's presence in our lives was a gift, and her memory will forever remain etched in our hearts. As we mourn her loss, let us also celebrate the beautiful life she lived, the love she shared, and the legacy she leaves behind. May she rest in eternal peace, knowing that her light will continue to shine through the lives she touched.
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