Samuel M. Weber


Weber, Samuel M., 34, died July 28, 2020 in Fall River, MA. Born in Rhinebeck, NY, he was the son of William D. Weber and the late Melissa F. (Ohl) Weber. Dear brother of Dorsey M. Weber-Mahoney and her husband, Edward Mahoney, of Attleboro, MA.  Samuel is also survived by his niece, Eleanor, and several aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family.

He had lived in Rumford, RI for 10 years, previously living in Cranston, RI. He was a 2011 graduate of New England Institute of Technology in Advanced Automotive Technology and was a 2004 graduate of Our Lady of Fatima High School in Warren, RI where he played varsity soccer and golf. Samuel worked most recently as a data center engineer and previously as an instrument computer technician and as an automotive mechanic.  He was accomplished in the martial arts holding black belts in Aikido and Karate.  Samuel enjoyed computer gaming and building his own computers.

Funeral services and Shiva will be private. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to Autistic Self Advocacy Network, PO Box 66122, Washington, DC 20035 (


  1. Tom Mulligan
    Aug 4, 2020

    I am deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered. My condolences.

    Sam was a friend and a colleague. He was an amazing Network Engineer and was always willing to help those around him. He would work tirelessly on a task until it was perfect in his eyes. Sam would enjoy talking to his coworkers about car races he attended, the latest technology he was deploying to his home computer environment or about a new game he was playing. He will be missed.

    May the memories of Sam help you find peace.

  2. Lisa Tobin
    Aug 5, 2020

    I was so sorry to learn of Sam’s death. He was bright and passionate. May his loved ones find comfort in this difficult time.

  3. Melody soares
    Aug 5, 2020

    I’m so deeply sorry for your loss. He was great friends with my son Paul and he spent a holiday with us not that long ago . I have to say he was a wonderful young man and we all enjoyed his company so much

  4. Melissa Lawrence
    Aug 5, 2020

    My family and I had the pleasure of meeting Sam when he became a co-worker to my husband. We will forever hold our cherished memories of Sam coming to our home, playing laser tag, and being a great friend to my husband when we were going through a difficult time in our lives. Sam had a heart that was larger than life and will be deeply missed. May you hold your memories close to your heart, and find peace in knowing the number of lives that he touched.
    Sending love, peace, and prayers ,
    The Lawrence Family

  5. Patricia Morra
    Aug 5, 2020

    I’m so sorry to hear of your loss.. my condolences to you Bill and your family.. may God comfort you now..

  6. Verna Derderian
    Aug 5, 2020

    Dear Bill, Dorsey, family relatives and extended family.
    There are no words that I can say to ease the hole in your hearts that is left from loosing Sam. I pray the wonderful memories in your hearts will help to ease some of the pain.

  7. Carolyn P
    Aug 6, 2020

    I am so saddened and so sorry for your loss. I went to high school with Sam and he was a wonderful person. He was always funny, respectful, smart, and fun. We even all went together in a limousine to prom as a group and have great memories. I will have Sam and your family in my thoughts and prayers. I hope you find comfort with time.

  8. Becky A
    Aug 6, 2020

    I’m so sorry to hear about Sam’s passing. He was funny, witty, and exceptionally gifted in computers and technology. I will never forget the laughs he and I shared at OLF; we shared a varsity soccer number and always cheered each other on. Sam is a person that I will never forget. May he rest in perfect peace.

  9. Hopla-Wilton
    Aug 7, 2020

    Our family is saddened by Sam’s shortened time with us. We all remember our family’s together during Holliday’s and visiting with Uncle Rick. Our hearts are with all of you and we have been blessed to have been with you.

  10. Russell Braga
    Aug 7, 2020

    I’m so sorry for your loss. I pray that Sam has found peace. He was a colleague but most of all he was my friend. There are no words to describe the sadness I and everyone feel for Sams passing. I know that anyone who had spent any time with him feels the same way.

    He was incredible thoughtful, funny, smart, and driven. He was always willing to help and gave his all into what ever he did. Once he warmed up to you all of these things shinned through.

    In his own special way Sam made an impression on us all and especially me. His heart was so big the you couldn’t help but be enveloped by it. Over many conversations, his view of the world always gave me hope. I will be forever grateful for everything he taught me. He made me a better man and father.

    I can’t imagine the pain you’re feeling. I can only hope that these words give you some comfort during this time

    Sam will always be in my thoughts and prayers and may he rest in peace.

  11. John Derrick
    Aug 9, 2020

    I didn’t know Sam for long, he was my new next door neighbor, but it seems like I’ve known him forever. An extremely intelligent, courteous, well- mannered person, always willing to help if there was a problem. My deepest condolences to his family members and to those who knew him. He is no doubt missed, I’ll never forget him. God rest his soul…

  12. Gizette
    Aug 17, 2020

    My condolences to the family. I wish I got to know him better. I will always remember you Sam. And we will all miss you.

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