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Sheri Ann Weber
August 24, 1949 ~ October 24, 2023 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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HAMILTON - Sheri Ann McCrossin Weber, 74, of Hamilton died peacefully of natural causes Tuesday afternoon, October 24, at Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital.
Sheri was born August 24, 1949, in Hamilton, the daughter of George R. and Lena (Perry) McCrossin.
She attended school in Corvallis and graduated from Hamilton High School. Sheri married W. David Weber on April 3, 1971, they had four boys and divorced in 1981. She spent her entire professional career as a beautician in Hamilton. Sheri owned Sheri’s Plum Parlor on Pennsylvania Avenue, next to her friend Ralph Maki’s Barber Shop.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) was always very important to Sheri and she had more than 50 years of sobriety. She loved drawing, painting, dancing, and karaoke; and played Monday night pinochle at Lucille Ohl’s house for over 30 years. Sheri shared the gospel of Jesus Christ with many and attended the Hamilton Assembly of God and Riverside Christian Center over her lifetime.
She is survived by 4 sons, Shane (Janna) Weber of Corvallis, Rusty Weber of Kalispell, Dusty (Lisa) Weber of Park City MT and Tylin Weber of Billings; 9 grandchildren, Mikah Walker Miller, MeKayla Weber, Ryan Weber, Paige Weber, Tylin (T.J.) Weber, Savanna Weber, Lauryn Weber, Greyson Weber and Adrionna Weber; and 1 great-granddaughter Kinley Weber.
A short graveside service is set for Friday October 27, at 2 p.m. at the Riverview Cemetery in Hamilton with a reception immediately following at the Daly-Leach Chapel Community Room. Family and friends are welcome to attend either.