1933 - 2007 (74 years)
||Emanuel Lloyd Weber |
||Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada 
|Eby ID Number
||9 May 2007
||Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada
||23 Jul 2020 |
||Amos M. Weber, b. 17 May 1891, Waterloo City, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada , d. 3 Jun 1963, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada (Age 72 years) |
||Lovina B. Martin, b. 28 Nov 1892, Woolwich Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada , d. 25 Mar 1966, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada (Age 73 years) |
||19 Dec 1916
||, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada 
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- WEBER, Emanuel Lloyd - We are very sad to announce the death of Emanuel Lloyd Weber, on Wednesday, May 9, 2007, at St. Mary's General Hospital, Kitchener. Survived by his sisters, Selina Brubacher, Lydia Freeman, Susanna (Leonard) Freeman, Martha (Mel) Eby and his twin brother, Amos Lorne (Grace); his brother-in-law, Henry (Marcella) Martin and many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents, Amos and Lovina (Martin) Weber; his sister, Irene Martin, and brothers, Clayton and Ivan, and brother-in-law, Gordon Freeman. Lloyd touched everyone he met with warmth and limitless energy. He put his heart into everything he did, and welcomed and enjoyed every challenge he encountered. Lloyd was born in Waterloo County, May 30, 1933. After graduating from Western University in Economics in 1961, Lloyd went into the banking business and handled internal audits. The work was tending to become too routine after three years and, by chance he got to export farm equipment to the West Indies and Europe. Being born and raised on a farm, he was more attuned to this aspect of life than banking. In fact, he had such agricultural empathy that on a trip to Jamaica once, he went into the sugar cane fields and immediately saw some of the problems with equipment and came back to Canada to develop a new machine to speed up the cane harvest. The Jamaicans are still employing this technology, along with some of his innovative irrigation equipment. In 1966, Lloyd took a giant step from exporting tractors and farm equipment to importing eyelashes. Lloyd discovered a new eyelash that was available for the market in North America. He obtained samples and casually handed them out to a few girls at a party one night. Shortly following Lloyd was besieged for more pairs of colored eyelashes. Lloyd would become the chief designer of Cezanne Lashes. He was the front man marketing to New York, Paris, Montreal and other fashion centers. Lloyd would go on to create the ever-popular Whisper Lash. Lloyd's signature credits include his furniture business ventures. Despite some difficult times with start-up, Lloyd's creative dedication would go on to craft simpler and bolder forms of reproductions with a suitably traditional feeling. Lloyd always maintained that it was possible to evoke the past with carefully selected modern furnishings if your budget can't stretch to antiques. Lloyd has now moved on by bequeathing his body to the McMaster University for medical education and research. We wish to thank Dr. Tom Samolczyk, Dr. Glenn Martin for their compassion and kindness. Thanks also to the wonderful caregivers of Cambridge Memorial Hospital and St. Mary's General Hospital "Your family and friends will miss you."
The Record Newspaper 17 May 2007
- [S77] News - ON, Waterloo, Elmira - Elmira Signet (1893-1982), Obituary of Mrs. Amos M. Weber - 30 Mar 1966 pg 4.
- [S721] Vit - ON - Marriage Registration, marriage certificate 22209 (1916), Weber-Martin.
Amos WEBER, 25, farmer, Waterloo, Waterloo, s/o Amos B. WEBER & Hannah MARTIN married Lovina MARTIN, 24, Woolwich, Woolwich, d/o Emanuel MARTIN & Lydia BAUMAN, witn: Amos B. WEBER of Waterloo & Emanuel MARTIN of St. Jacobs, 19 December 1916 at the Residence of Emanuel MARTIN in Waterloo Co