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Tennille Marie “Tilly” Weber, age 33, of Centerville, UT, passed away so suddenly of natural causes on July 30, 2018.
The Funeral service will be held on Saturday, August 4th at 1:00 pm at Russon Brothers Mortuary in Farmington, Utah. A public viewing will be held at 11:30 am before the service. A graveside service will be held at Hillcrest Cemetery in La Grande, Oregon on Tuesday, August 7th at 10 am.
Our sweet, kind, giggly, and beloved girl was born on the snowy Thanksgiving afternoon of November 22, 1984 in La Grande. There she was raised and graduated from La Grande High School in 2003. She continued her education in Salt Lake City, where she graduated from the Utah College of Massage Therapy. While in the city, she met the love of her life, Justin Weber. After a long engagement, they were married at a beautiful outdoor ceremony in La Grande.
When Tilly was not busy pursuing her interests in Ancient Egypt, crafting one of her many art projects, playing computer games with her sisters, or watching movies, she worked alongside her husband and second family at Nutshell Marketing for over a decade. While there, she was always learning more skills, applying her abilities as a graphic artist, and sharing her knowledge with all who wanted to learn. Other passions included her Danish heritage, astronomy, history, designing wedding announcements and birthday invites, cooking, and all things Disney, amongst many other things. The love found in these pursuits would always emanate amidst her friends and family forever marking its importance in the memory of those blessed with her company.
Tennille is survived by her husband Justin Weber. Her parents Dan Jensen of La Grande, OR, Gail and Roger Wickers of Umatilla, OR. Siblings Brittney (Holger) Kleiner of Pullman, WA, Christopher Jensen of Moscow, ID, Heather (Ryan) Jensen of La Grande, OR, Kylea Jensen of La Grande, OR, Blake Wickers of Umatilla, OR. Nieces, Madelyn Kleiner and Zoey Jensen. Nephews, Eli Kleiner, Oliver Jensen, and Bradley Judd. And her amazing dog Roxy Weber.
She is preceded in death by grandparents Jack and Jean Jensen, and nephew Matthew Kleiner.