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Greg Weberg

April 28, 1962 — August 27, 2017


Inwood, Iowa: Greg Paul Weberg, 55, of Inwood, Iowa died Sunday, August 27, 2017 at Regions Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota following cardiac complications. Greg was cremated and a Celebration of Life service will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church in Tea, South Dakota on Friday, September 1, 2017 at 7:00 PM. Porter Funeral Home of Inwood is assisting the family with arrangements.

Greg Paul Weberg, son of Don and Bonnie (Adams) Weberg, was born April 28, 1962 at the Canton-Inwood Hospital in Canton, South Dakota. He was baptized at Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Rock Valley Iowa. Greg grew up in Yankton, South Dakota and attended school and worked at the bowling alley.

Greg always had a passion for animals and had been trained as a Ferrier; attending a school in Oklahoma. Although he loved that trade, it was taxing on his body. He later found his passion and true calling in life as a massage therapist. He opened his own business, Healing 2 Hands Massage Therapy. He truly loved learning the trade and helping his clients feel better; it brought him immense satisfaction.

Greg enjoyed family get-togethers and was a great cook. He also enjoyed the outdoors, where he loved taking his beloved fur-baby, Mandy, on nature walks and fishing.

Survivors include his daughter, Kayla and granddaughter Ezarah (soon to be born) of Eugene Oregon; Father, Don Weberg of Inwood; 5 sisters and 3 brothers, Cynthia Weberg, Cristen (Brad) Standley, of Inwood; Jo Ellen Stellner of Des Moines, Iowa; Julie Weberg of Clear Lake South Dakota; Caryn (Tim) Spracklin of Tea, South Dakota; Gary Weberg of Inwood, Galen Weberg of Yankton, South Dakota; and Grant Weberg of Sioux Falls, South Dakota; several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.

Greg was preceded in death by his mother, Bonnie (Adams) Weberg; sister-in-law, Julie Weberg; and brother-in-law, Douglas Stellner.


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