Pauline Weber, 77, Sioux Falls, formerly of Emery, died Friday, December 8, 2017 at Ava’s House in Sioux Falls.
Prayer service will be 7:00 pm Monday, December 18 at the Hettinger-Bittner Funeral Chapel in Emery. Burial will be in St. Martin Catholic Cemetery at Emery. Visitation will be from 5-7:00 pm on Monday at the Hettinger-Bittner Funeral Chapel in Emery.
Pauline Margaret Weber was born November 6, 1940 to Joseph B. and Anna (Dorweiler) Weber. She was raised on the family farm near Alexandria, SD with her 11 brothers and sisters. She graduated from Edgerton Consolidated High School in Farmer, SD. She settled in Sioux Falls and worked as a bartender at the Westward Ho Country Club, Brandon Steak House, Time Out and Gaslight, to name a few. In the Late 70’s she partnered with her brother Ray and purchased the Red Lantern. It would become a favorite of the downtown business folks as well as the best party in town for St. Patrick’s Day. She later became part owner of Gregorys bar and helped restore it to its former glory as Skelly’s Pub.
Honored to have shared in her life are a son, Greg Ogle of Mason, OH, her niece, the daughter of her heart, Kathy (Ronald) Barnett and their children, Alex, Derek and Jonah all of Sioux Falls, six brothers: Delbert (Georgie) Weber of Fulton, Jack (Nancy) Weber of Gold Canyon, AZ, Vernon (Germaine) Weber of Mitchell, Larry (Nancy) Weber of Emery, Clarence (Marti) Weber of Rockford, IL and Walter (Deb) Weber of Emery and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by three brothers: Ray, Bobby, Don and two sisters: JoAnn Williams and Irma Bordewick.