ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Dr. Carlos Weber 64 years old, born on March 12, 1946 and passed away on August 22, 2010. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Edmund Burke on August 22, 2020
Hello Carlos,
As usual I start missing you this time of year more so than normal. I hope to have a picture of you to post by tomorrow. I need to find my pictures somewhere in my house. You know I miss you,
Your brother,
Edmund
Posted by Pua Tokumoto on August 22, 2020
Always remembering you Dr. Weber and your kindness and attention to your patients. I was lucky to have had you as my doctor.
Mai poina Dr. Weber.
Aloha,
Lillian (Pua) Tokumoto
HIlo, Hawaii
Posted by sam mann on August 22, 2020
So, you married a mermaid and had a couple of kids. My imagination is factory outstanding. Would have never imagined this. I continue watching the groove in amazement. So the other day I got the great 'What's Up' from you... Stumbled upon a couple of Weber Kettle Grills. Sold the one I found 2 houses down from 777, a green one of all things, in about 11 minutes. Found another one near my lavanderia here in Bell, CA. Put my ad in: My first offer from someone who wanted to purchase it, read something like this: [[[-Carlos RE:WEBER Kettle Grill.....Respond to Carlos]]]]] I did. Happy Camper the purchaser was.  Your Mermaid continues to be Mermatizing. Your 2 adults are contributing... Who could ask for more. I trust you are as cool as you've always been. Love Unk Sam
Posted by sam mann on March 12, 2020
Well I went out to my office. That's where I go to sing loudly without disturbing low flying aircraft.  I sang you my now three or four year old original Happy Birthday song. Soon to replace the traditional Happy Birthday To You 'royalties due' version. Would you expect less from an Ego Driven Organ Grinder Monkey? I have released mine royalty free to the public. Your presence is always welcome. I thank you for always being somewhere nearby when anyone might need you. Love Unk Sammy
Posted by Edmund Burke on March 12, 2020
Carlos, I continue to see you everywhere and think of you often. Happy Birthday. I wish we were all together again in your house in Kailua with Teckla, Evan and Simone celebrating your 74th like we did your 54th. Take Care, brother, I miss you.
Posted by julie brody on March 12, 2020
Dear Father,

We call you that because you were silent a lot and silence often denotes someone who is wise, and yes, you are wise. Your dear little wife has been very brave, as you know. She has been very strong and has faced more adversity (which you also know - thanks for keeping her safe during surgeries, Doctor Weber) and she is doing very well! We are all proud of her and your two amazing and beautiful children! Everyone is doing what they feel important in the world (as you know). Simone is a healer of souls and Evan a healer of the planet. And Kekwa is feeding lettuce to a turtle. (Just kidding - she has been an extraordinary single mom, keeps her entire family afloat, supports political figures she believes in, and lots more) I know you are very proud to see them all walk forward with each courageous step. Happy birthday and everyone sends their love.
Posted by sam mann on August 23, 2019
Hey Doc your widow Tek is pretty awesome. Little update. She is regaining her finely honed sense of humor...Though much of my levity just flies by her. I'll just have to take responsibility for thinking I'm way, way funnier than I am. Though I am a funny guy. She is prepping herself physically so she may rejoin her college Rugby team for what should prove to be roughest of all rugby reunion games ever played. Go Tek! A little affirmation regarding you: and the fact that you were mostly right about everything: Tekla has proven herself to be a most horrible patient. To her defense though...she is a tough cookie who challenges much crap thrown her way. She is spirited! Sometimes nice, sometimes mean. To her soul if you can get some, she is perfect. As always when thinking of you: I am reminded of your care and concern for humanity. Your sense of humor, responsibility and your ability to deeply think before opening your mouth. Many of us have gotten much better at this due to your constant example and tutelage! I am reminded of the k 2000 bug bmw project where you stated 'I was a genius' in regards to a design I created and actually was able to bring it to life as a part of the Weber parade float. Will never know if you were serious about my genius. When alone though I wear your statement like an academic gold medal... Thank you for bringing peace to this family and this orb we share. Love Unc Sammy
Posted by Edmund Burke on March 27, 2019
I think of Carlos often, as I would a lost brother. So talented, so humorous and so humble. I miss you brother, and hope to see you again, and laugh like we used too. Gone but not forgotten.
Posted by sam mann on March 12, 2019
As it will always be: When thinking of Doc Carlos I am motivated to be a kinder human. On this celebratory day of his birth, I am reminded of a man who made fearless choices. His depth of responsibility. His deep thought processes. Never ever blaming anyone for anything. His ability to forgive those who transgressed. His complete and total accountability for all things, and never, ever hear him attempt to justify anything. Peace to all The Webers.  Love Sam
Posted by sam mann on August 22, 2018
Reminded of the truly kind person Carlos Weber. Genius...being able to keep your mouth shut, even when everyone speaking is wrong. Genius... offering inherent truths that can't be argued and letting those who want to argue, argue without interruption. Genius...allowing everyone to be the smartest person in the room.  Good, funny, honest, and truly genius that Carlos Weber. I smile as I type......
Posted by julie brody on March 12, 2018
awwww. he is forever missed. and will be loved forever by those of us who were lucky to know him. Father is somewhere amongst us, keeping Kekwa amused, proud, proud, proud of his 2 amazing children. love to all of the webermanns and the manns....etc. XO
Posted by sam mann on March 12, 2018
Great guy. Great dad. Great husband. Great doc. Simply saying.. I was lucky to know him. I always strive to do better and be kinder when I think of Carlos. Pretty cool!
Posted by sam mann on August 22, 2017
Great man that Carlos! I'm am off to ride my bicycle in memory and out of respect for all he contributed. Peace to all who were lucky enough to know his love.
Posted by sam mann on March 12, 2017
I feel the beautiful smile of Doc Carlos upon me at all times. That I am able to feel the love from his beautiful family everyday is a gift I will always be grateful for. Tekla, Simone, and Evan carry a gift of kindness that continues to benefit the world that they share. I know Carlos was a man of design. I thank him for the strength he continues to share! We are all better people for having Carlos in our lives... Blessed be us all who know him....
Posted by sam mann on August 22, 2016
Always prepared with a giving heart and the desire to help one move in a more comfortable stride. With knowledge so vast, his tolerance was unimaginable. Focused, beautiful, and fearless in regards to what he wanted. Able to defend himself in silence with the security he provided for his loved ones. To have known him at all is a clear sign that at one point, no matter who you are: you traveled on a special, most gifted pathway that you should always be thankful for... I leave this note in respect and love for having been fortunate enough to have been in the presence of such a great man, husband, father, son, friend..Dr. Carlos Weber!
Posted by Pua Tokumoto on March 12, 2016
You will always be remembered as a wonderful and caring person by so many of your patients. Aloha and mahalo Dr. Carlos Weber ....
Posted by sam mann on March 12, 2016
Good, smart, caring, man. Missed as a husband, father, friend, doctor. I continue to make efforts to be a better human because it's the right thing to do. Examples work for me. Carlos was a beautiful example. Love Sam
Posted by Pua Tokumoto on August 23, 2015
Thinking about Dr. Weber makes me smile because he was such a kind and caring doctor. Kaiser Hospital was so lucky to have this amazing man, but his patients were even luckier! Aloha Dr. Weber ...
Posted by Tekla Weber on August 22, 2015
Today and everyday I miss my soul mate. As awkward and oppositional that we were, we were filled with love, humor and two beautiful babies, now beautiful people. I miss you my love because I now carry the burden of loving our children alone. We would have such joy with them now. You were right, although I doubted you, they gave up their pacis(pinky's whatevahs).
Today Evan is celebrating you on the Potomac, that we would view from your parents' Apartment in the Watergate. Simone and I will visit Papas' path to where he laid himself down, doing what he enjoyed. 
Today is a beautiful day and we will remember you always. I hope that people will remember you and share a story. That is how we get to hold you even more dear, with those you touched with your healing hands or your presence. 
We will see you on the water today, 
With eternal love,
Aye Matey ;-)
xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
Posted by julie brody on August 22, 2015
Carlos is remembered always as the sweet, quiet, funny, creative soul that touched so many lives. I think of him often and wish he was still here for Tek, Simone, and Evan - who I know miss him so very much. It makes me sad that he had to leave so early but it reminds me to be grateful, not only for his life, but for all of our lives. Love to Tekla, SImone, and Evan on this fateful day. XO
Posted by sam mann on August 22, 2015
Carlos is still very much alive in me.. I've been thinking all day that where ever I am, is where I'm supposed to be. There is no place I'd rather be. To serve and be happy is an immeasurable achievement. The Weber family has made all things possible.. With love and thanks for helping me on the road to peace... Carlos Weber, Tekla Weber, Simone Weber, and Evan Weber. With all the love and thanks I can serve up......
Love and Thank You
Unk Sammy Mann
Posted by julie brody on March 12, 2015
Wow - how did another year go by? I will never forget the sly smile that Carlos had while he watched Tekla, Simone, and Evan as they went about their business! He adored his children so, so much and his life was truly blessed when he married Tekla. She connected him to friends and family - not only hers, but HIS! They made such beautiful children and enjoyed so many important, silly things - like Sponge Bob and other holiday festivities. Tekla and Carlos always brought a special flare to celebrating family and family life - each occasion was made special from Seders to Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, Halloween, beach days, and having fun with friends visiting Hawaii. What a great life he had - but taken much too soon. We needed him to show us how to be an uber athlete in our 60's. XO
Posted by sam mann on March 12, 2015
Daily, I think of my beautiful sister Tekla and her husband Carlos! It is not possible to give enough thanks to the Weber family. Their invitation to experience love, kindness, honesty and respect has propelled me on a daily journey to be a better, kinder and more honest person. Every day I give thanks to Carlos for inviting me to come visit him in paradise. On this day I will celebrate The Life and Legacy of Carlos Weber: Father, Husband, Friend, Healer, Teacher, Musician, Scholar, Creator, Experimenter, Comforter, Believer, Dreamer, and so much more! Today I'm putting both feet in it. With love and thanks.. Unk Sammy
Posted by Pua Tokumoto on March 12, 2015
My deepest aloha to a wonderful person and doctor. I will never forget you!
Posted by Mike G on August 28, 2014
What I find most amazing about Carlos is how he is still teaching us about love, presence, generosity, kindness and humility. Tekla, Simone, and Evan, you are his greatest teachers.
Much love and appreciation for all of you,
Kath..AKA Pony Hair
Posted by sam mann on August 25, 2014
You know Carlos I still feel the loss of you deeplyl  Though as time has passed and I have been fortunate enough to be able to share time being with and seeing your most incredible family. This because they have been kind and caring and giving and so inviting of me to all of the ongoing Weber celebrations. Your loss will always be in my heart deeply. Today I must thank you for all that you created, helped create, supported, disagreed with, and having the patience and love to always find something agreeable. That you inspired and in return were rewarded with discovery of things you had never contemplated. Yet you never stopped to think if you were capable, you always put both feet in it. I thank you because watching Evan and Simone contributing to make this world a better place, and your beautiful wife Tekla providing support and insight to Evan and Simone. As I stated, you will always be in my heart, mind and soul. I believe all who had the great fortune to spend any time with you, are all better people for having had that time. Many of these people are contributing to make a more compassionate and compatible world. A great legacy has taken action as you would. I was lost for a very long time. Because of you Tekla, Evan, Simone and a GPS when necessary I am not nearly as lost as I once was. I give eternal thanks to you and your most awesome family. Love Uncle Sammy.......
Posted by Tekla Weber on August 23, 2014
Today is the mere 4th year of my darling devoted husbands exit from his dear loving family, missing him terribly.
It seems just yesterday, when we sat and talked with Larry Caster about your Medical Assistant, Jerry Poscablo's wedding. You really enjoyed the evening being with your colleagues and other Kaiser family. We kissed good bye and you and Larry headed off on your bicycles to Makapu'u Point with a return trip through Waimanalo. 
Larry shared that you stopped on top and expressed how lucky you were to call this beautiful place Hawaii, home. You had found your home.
I can't wane eloquent here. I could expound indefinitely, the memories that swoon up on a day to day basis, alas it will not happen. It is wonderful to recall but so difficult not to share them with you, or really anyone. No one really wants to here all this dribble that I lock up inside of me. I have had the blessings of Simone and Evan to create new memories, but it is not the same. 
We don't have your punster humor for us to tease you about, or to have you read to us or to humbly share unknown information, words, formulas, or opinions we would not consider, and have no basis of knowledge to compare. Always a learning moment in your presence, even in your solitude. I always said in your quiet you were much louder than the rest of us. 
I miss you sniffling and crying more than me at a bad B rated movie. I miss your softest of hands to rub my back or to hold. I miss how your knees would jut into the back of mine when we were at rest, I miss you bringing me coffee every morning with the greeting " Good Morning Sleeping Beauty", I miss our terrible riddles we would text to each other on your way to work, I miss how you would always kiss me good bye and your scent would linger and as soon as the car would leave the driveway, I would urge you to come back. 
You were such a devoted soul. You devoted yourself to every person that entered your exam room, your co-workers, your staff, and over extended yourself always. You devoted yourself to seeking knowledge, never stopping to be informed, always thirsting for new computer language, writing programs, helping others with their issues even in this venue. You had so many answers for everyone….but shared with humility. So patient with all of us.
My wish for you was to always devote more time to you, to be more spontaneous, to take pleasure, to revel in our little time together. 
Home living with the double whammy of bright exuberant and active teenagers was with challenges. How much we learned together. You… always the mind of rational and reason to temper the energy. 
Left to our own, we are trying. Trying to keep the memories alive and create them with you in mind. Daunting and difficult and demoralizing. You are missed by your family that you were devoted to as well. I will never have this kind of love again… how fortunate to have so much at all.
When you are sorrowful look again in your heart and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight. "Kahilil Gibran"
To my tooter from your farf, 34 years later I am the richer person for being loved by you.
Posted by Mandy Sutton on August 22, 2014
Oh Carlos! How you are missed! Thinking of you today! So many wonderful memories of you. For me I especially like the funny memory of your fabulous red velvet cupcakes that I was holding for you on the little boat~ they were perfect until we hit the reef and then I was wearing them! A valentines day we'll never forget!! xoxox
Posted by monte elias on March 13, 2014
our friend and buddy we miss you
PALS FOREVER
Posted by Mandy Sutton on March 12, 2014
Forever in our hearts!
Posted by sam mann on March 12, 2014
Kind, brilliant, honest. Carlos was a devoted and loving husband. A proud and loving father. You could not help but become a better person after being in his presence. I have an outstanding debt of gratitude owed to Carlos. I'm sure he would want me to pass it on to someone in need. I will pass this gratitude along filled with the love Carlos had for his fellow man and his family. Love Sam
Posted by julie brody on August 22, 2013
Forever missed is the truth. Father, as you know, your beautiful family is doing quite well. No one really likes it that you aren't here, but your children are amazing and they are carrying many of your attributes and talents forward! Your yittle wife looks beautiful and she is also putting one foot in front of the other and I am continuously inspired by her positive attitude. Love!
Posted by sam mann on August 22, 2013
Kind. Honest. Brilliant. Father. Husband. To this day he inspires me to be a better person. I am eternally thankful and forever in debt to the Weber family for accepting me with love filled open arms.
Posted by christina mikolajczyk on August 22, 2013
Wow. Already 3 years. Forever grateful for your talents as a surgeon and as a caring person. Peace and loving memories forever wished for your family.  You are missed.
Posted by julie brody on March 16, 2013
Happy Birthday Father! Yes, in the old days, when Tek and Carlos were first married and we were still (are) immature and relatively young - Dawn Morris and I went to visit the Weber's newly wed hale. We had a wonderful time and endearingly began to refer to Carlos as "father" - partly because he was older but mostly because of his wisdom. Soon he would produce 2 amazing children. Nice job!
Posted by Pua Tokumoto on March 12, 2013
I will always remember the care and aloha he showed me when I had bariatric surgery and then hernia surgery. I was crying after the hernia surgery and he had comforting words and checked up on me even though I live on the Big Island. I told my husband that Dr. Weber is a really caring doctor and how lucky I was to have him as my physician. Little did I know he would die a few months later.
Posted by christina mikolajczyk on March 14, 2012
I just thought of Dr Weber yesterday. I saw someone who looked very much like him. I thought at that time that I am so grateful to have had him as my surgeon. He gave me back my life. I will forever remember him and his contribution to improving and touching so many lives.

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Posted by Edmund Burke on August 22, 2020
Hello Carlos,
As usual I start missing you this time of year more so than normal. I hope to have a picture of you to post by tomorrow. I need to find my pictures somewhere in my house. You know I miss you,
Your brother,
Edmund
Posted by Pua Tokumoto on August 22, 2020
Always remembering you Dr. Weber and your kindness and attention to your patients. I was lucky to have had you as my doctor.
Mai poina Dr. Weber.
Aloha,
Lillian (Pua) Tokumoto
HIlo, Hawaii
Posted by sam mann on August 22, 2020
So, you married a mermaid and had a couple of kids. My imagination is factory outstanding. Would have never imagined this. I continue watching the groove in amazement. So the other day I got the great 'What's Up' from you... Stumbled upon a couple of Weber Kettle Grills. Sold the one I found 2 houses down from 777, a green one of all things, in about 11 minutes. Found another one near my lavanderia here in Bell, CA. Put my ad in: My first offer from someone who wanted to purchase it, read something like this: [[[-Carlos RE:WEBER Kettle Grill.....Respond to Carlos]]]]] I did. Happy Camper the purchaser was.  Your Mermaid continues to be Mermatizing. Your 2 adults are contributing... Who could ask for more. I trust you are as cool as you've always been. Love Unk Sam
Recent stories

Carlos and im flying my plane around Molokai

Shared by donald jones on March 5, 2017

I called Carlos one super sunny day to see if he wanted to go flying he said absolutly so we met at the hanger in  Honolulu and blasted off to Molokai . It had been raining and he was flying from the back seat i had a hard time to get him to fly closer to the mountains but he managed to get us prety close close enough to get mist from the waterfalls all over the plane ( we desided it might not be such a good idea to tell Tekla we were so close but it was so beutifu there must have been a hundred waterfalls. We went around the south end of Molokai and i said  lets go dive down to the shiprecks on the north east side of Lanai So again i am having to kinda puch forwodrd on the controles so he would lose altitude so we could fly right by them. We got prety close and i got a good look at them but Carlos was already climbing so i  figured he had enough. I let him fly all the way back to Honolulu until I had to land I believe Carlos liked flying my plane and  i all wase liked his company. He was a reallly smart guy and he treated me as his friend. I will allwase have fond memories of him. I think of him every time i climb into that plane.   Aloha my brother till we see eachother again.



We Miss You

Shared by julie brody on March 16, 2013

Father would want this in purple, I'm sure. So...how does it go when your best friend and family lose their Papa? Well, they haven't lost him, as he made a majorly significant impact on their hearts and minds, never to be really lost or forgotten. It helps us try to remember the swiftness that our loved ones can be taken away to a different place and to try our best to be grateful that they are in our lives each day - as we never know. It isn't always easy to be loving and kind (sadly, at times most especially to those we love the most!). Of course we can't always strive for perfection in ourselves and definitely shouldn't expect it in others - but why is it when we lose someone, we suddenly see all that we might have missed while they are alive?

Anyway - I'm getting off the point. The point is that Carlos was a special man and I remember his kindness, his soft voice, his humor (he could barely contain how silly he thought we were - and he was sooo right!), his wisdom, but most especially the love he had for Tekla, Simone, and Evan. SImone once told me that she hoped to one day marry a man like Carlos - the highest compliment a daughter can have for her dad. This was before Carlos passed away.

I watched Evan after his dad had passed and I saw so many of the traits that Carlos would have wanted (and did) instill in his son. Evan was beyond mature - he showed a quiet thoughtfulness, kindness to others, even a bit of humor - despite the very difficult and emotional time - especially for a 19 year old. Tekla and Simone also blew me away at the time with their ability to go forward and open the hearts to others. I guess the humor that they all shared most of the time together, as a family unit, is what is so very special about their union. Sponge Bob, Halloween festivities, all of the silly, fun things - you'd think it was all Tekla, that maybe Carlos was too serious, but Carlos was a major contributor!  I believe this humor has allowed Simone and Evan to adopt this attitude toward life. To see the laughter in even the darkest of times can save us from the deepest sadness - not that we aren't sad, but we can see a glimmer of life and hope in the humor. This was the song I chose for the rehearsal dinner - I guess it still fits! (too stupid to add it below cause I don't think I'm a Premium Member - ha - Don't Worry, Be Happy! 

Written by: Thomas Craig Bryars, a Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School classmate

Shared by Tekla Weber on March 13, 2013

I didn't write anything about Charlie aka Carlos when I first heard of his passing, but reading remembrances of him in the B-CC High School alumnae newsletter put him back in my mind. 

Charlie was brilliant, kind, funny, shy, polite, and - even though few of us operated in the mental stratosphere he occupied - he was never condescending. He had great respect for people. 

He admired and practiced stoicism and, of course, had read Marcus Aurelius - probably in the original Latin. The legends of his intellectual capacity are all true. I visited him in Cambridge where he was studying Chinese. Berlitz had approached him to study how he learned language because his command of Chinese was off the charts for someone who had studied it for such a short time. But most of all, Charlie was a deeply feeling person and I felt fortunate to have crossed his path. 

From the little I know of his life in Hawaii, I think he was very happy there. Probably the happiest he had ever been. I'm willing to bet he was an exceptional dad and partner as well. Mahalo, Carlos.