In Memory of

Terry Lynn Weber

December 18, 1956 - March 30, 2024


Terry Lynn Weber, 67, died Saturday, March 30, 2024, at home with his family in Raymore MO, following a long boring fight with Huntington’s disease.

He is survived by his wife of 48ish years, Linda Weber of Raymore, MO; his father Dean Brown of Loveland, CO, his son Chris Weber of Old Fort, NC and his wife (Haley), his brother Jerry Weber and his family (Vickie, Kelsey, and Morgan) of Mitchell, SD, his sister Julie Crosby of Independence, MO and her family (Candice, Misty), his three grandchildren Colby, Emily, and Max; and many close friends. He is preceded in death by his mother Joyce Weber, sister Pam Ivey, brother Frank Weber, daughter Angie Waln and grandson Tyler Waln.

Terry was born in Kansas City MO and he lived all over the United States and even in Germany for a few years in his youth before meeting his wife Linda in the bustling metropolis of Langdon, ND

Shortly after high school, Terry and Linda married and had their first and most amazing gift, their son Chris. Many years later in 1987, his daughter Angie was born; however, there was much less fanfare about that one. Terry had a few jobs after high school before settling into his lifelong ambition as a truck driver. He was local, over the road, and drove just about anything that had wheels. If he wasn’t driving to provide for his family, he was all about helping anyone around him, with anything that needed to be done. He was constantly improving his skills of knowing pretty much everything by teaching his kids and grandchildren how to drive, maintain those vehicles, building decks, pouring driveways, finishing basements, or enjoying the open road on one of his Harleys with Linda always behind him.

During his working years, he supported his wife Linda while she attended school and earned a degree in nursing. Thankfully she was able to actively take care of him through the more difficult years of Huntington’s disease.

Terry took great pride in a good day’s work, and in all his years, he never allowed his children to take one sick day from school, and he never understood calling off from work. Throughout his life, he forged many friendships that lasted a lifetime. He didn’t talk too terribly much, so when he did say something, people listened. Maybe it was some Terry saying… or he was making a sly remark or trying to impart wisdom into a situation.

Terry had a passion for life. He was a hunter, fisherman, photographer. He would try anything, even skydiving. He earned his private pilot’s license. He was SCUBA certified. He took countless motorcycle trips with his church’s motorcycle ministry, with his son through the Rockies, and many more with family and friends throughout the years. He was fun-loving and quick with a joke. He enjoyed a good game of cribbage, golf, and many other games. He will be missed by all who knew him.

There will be a Celebration of Life visitation Friday April 5th at 6-8 p.m. at the Langsford Funeral Home, in Lees Summit MO.

Arrangements by Langsford Funeral Home, 115 SW 3rd Street, Lee’s Summit, MO 64063


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To Linda & Family
I was honored to know Terry and Linda as my neighbors since they lived in Alexander Creek. We had many fun times on Game night at their home or mine and other neighbors homes. I enjoyed helping them while they were traveling I watched their home. Fun loving couple and dear friends. Terry will be missed by all that knew him especially his smile.
Linda Carter

Please accept my condolence. If there’s anything I can help you with in the future, don’t hesitate to call.

I’m Terry’s cousin and grew up with him in early childhood. He was the one kid everyone wanted on their team, as their buddy and friend. He was always positive, funny, caring and encouraging. He was adored by all of us. I wish I could have spent more time with him and his family in this life since I have found Linda to also be an amazing person. My sincerest condolences and RIP Terry. This world needs more people like you in it.♥️

I know there is much rejoicing in heaven as he has already been schmoozing with Jesus, Paul, Peter and of course his daughter Angie and grandson Tyler. I have so much respect for this man of God, as he had such a knack for being so darned even keel. You just couldn’t get the man upset. He’d be like, “oh, that’s just the way it is, Grant….” in his easy listening voice- like listening to the radio announcer from PBS. I can still hear his voice to this day, “I just got back from doing a long haul going through Kansas!” After asking him what he’s been up to.
He loved his wife Linda and two kiddos, Chris and Angie- and really, all those around him. We were elated the day we heard that he had accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior. That was an incredible day of celebration.
Terry, you will be missed, my friend! Millicent and I send love and Hugs❤️❤️❤️

Linda, God is near to the brokenhearted. Our thoughts and prayers are toward you and your family as you grieve. I also pray both you and Terry felt the many random prayers that were sent out for your strength, comfort and peace for the past six years since moving in behind you. May Terry rest peacefully and your memories carry you through the journey without him on this side.

Linda and family,
We are so sorry to hear of Terrys passing. We wish you peace and comfort during this time.

Jerry & Sheree

Linda. So sad to hear of Terry’s passing. We always enjoyed being with you and Terry. You and he were always so kind to us and we always appreciated your friendship. We trust that the Lord will be with you and sustain you with His love and strength in the midst of your loss. Love, Tom & Diana Trout

So sorry to hear of Terry’s passing. My deepest sympathy to you snd your family.

My heart goes out to my Aunt and cousins today! I love you all. Xoxoxo

Until we meet again you’re in our hearts. We love you! Thank you for your friendship.

To my lifelong best friend Linda, from babys to graduation, & to this day we continue to keep in touch, I value our friendship.I knew Terry from the day they had eyes for eachother in high school, they never parted after that, Terry lots of reddish blond hair with round wire rimmed glasses , it was the early 70s. Terry was fun & easy to be around , made you feel comfortable. Terry is now wrapped in the arms of Jesus, happier then he could ever thought possible looking down on his loved ones with a big smile. Sending hugs & wishing more then anything I could be there for my friend. God Bless your always Friend love Kris. Never alone: Father when troubles come, I never have to face them alone, Thank you for always being with me as my refuge and strength.When all else fails, I put my trust in you and am never disappointed. Amen.

Linda – Our thoughts, sympathy and prayers are with you and your family!

Hugs from Ken and Judy in Verndale

I am sorry for your lost, He was a great man of God. Praying for your family

Linda – we are so saddened to hear of Terry’s home going. As hard as it is to lose him, what a day of rejoicing that will be. We didn’t even realize he was so ill. May God give you strength and surround you with His love and comfort. We remember him fondly. Love you!!

Linda, what a gift you have been to such a sweet man. I will forever remember him coming over to our house and repairing our faucet so we’d have a working shower. As a single mom, this meant the world to me. Sending big love!


Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063


Friday, April 5, 2024
6:00 p.m to 8:00 p.m Celebration of Life
Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063