April 8, 1945 – April 22, 2017

Dan was born in The Dalles, Oregon, to Joseph and Una Weber. The family moved to Snoqualmie Falls while Dan was still an infant. Dan attended North Bend elementary and Mt. Si high schools.

Dan worked at Smitty’s garage, Ben Thomas Logging, Northwest Caterpillar, various employers in Alaska, Weber Construction, and Lakeside Industries. An accomplished heavy equipment mechanic, Dan was always in demand as a mechanic who could keep the fleet running well.

Marriage to Nancy Sarver produced three children, Teresa, Michael and Joseph.

Various trips to the north slope of Alaska took Dan away from North Bend for a few years a few times. The attractive work opportunities as well as great fishing were a constant pull for Dan’s attention. Fishing trips back to Alaska for the adventure continued long after the employment.

Marriage and love for Carrie Pierce settled Dan back into North Bend for good. Many adventures as a couple included crewing on a pleasure yacht from the east coast through the Panama Canal and up to Washington. Dan forged friendships in his pre-school years that continued throughout his life.

Dan was preceded in death by his parents Joseph and Una as well as siblings Harold and Sheila. In addition to his wife, Carrie,

Dan is survived by his three children, Teresa, Michael and Joseph; Carrie’s children, Doug, Don, Chuck, Matt, Vinnie; all great friends of Dan. His siblings Bob, Mike, Linda, Barbara, Bill, Tom, Stephen; all who loved him all of their lives. He also leaves 3 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren, and a “million” friends.

A memorial service was held at 11 am Saturday, April 29, 2017 at Flintoft’s Funeral Home in Issaquah. A reception was held the next day at the Moose Lodge in North Bend. Please visit www.flintofts.com for a full life story, photos, and to sign the online guest book and share your memories of Dan.

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