David Anthony "Ditta" Weber, Jr. 34 years young, through the Grace and Mercy of our Lord, was called from this World on October 2nd, 2019 to begin his eternal life with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
He was born on April 19, 1985 in Metairie, LA and is survived by his parents David Weber, Sr. and Kasandra "Kaki” Kubelka, sister Candace Weber Burnett (Ryan), twin brothers Brandan and Blake Weber, maternal Grandmother Theresa "Tee" Kubelka, son Matthias Galindo Weber, and beloved, close friend Moriah DeLayne.
He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather Joseph Robert "Popi" Kubelka, paternal grandmother Marguerite Beber Weber Jackson, paternal grandfather Allen "Chew" Weber, uncle Tim Kubelka, and nephew Alexander Weber.
He is also survived by his beloved extended families, his paternal great-grandmother Rita Beber, his “Paran” Todd (Mindi) Weber (Lacey, Ashlyn, Andrew, Dylan, Bryce), uncle Donnie (Kim) Weber (Blythe, Dane, Jordan), aunt Terri (Kenneth) Wenning (Kenneth Jr., Derick), uncle Allen (Gail), uncle Christopher (Halie LeBlanc) Weber (Krystal, Bethany), his godmother aunt Tracie (Earl) Louviere (Noel, Hunt, Kylie, Sean, Kaitlin), uncle Bobby (Sandy) Kubelka (Nasha, Sayra), uncle Bryan Kubelka (Bryan, Jr., Brad), uncle Kris (Tammie) Kubelka, (Connor, Claire, Cohen), and aunt Linda Kubelka (Kolt, Brittany, Paige), along with many cousins.
Ditta was raised in both Norco and Destrehan, and he graduated from Destrehan High School in 2005. He is remembered for his boundless charm and charisma, while always entertaining the party with his special brand of quick-witted humor. If you were in the same room with Ditta, no doubt he had you laughing. An athlete at heart, Ditta embodied a toughness of spirit and determination, while also maintaining an open heart, laughing eyes, and easy smile. Whether cheering his beloved Saints and LSU Tigers, goofing around with his siblings and friends, or enjoying his mother’s cooking for Sunday Dinner at his grandmother’s home, Ditta’s zest for life and loyalty to family and friends was felt and known by all who were lucky to know him. While his dream to coach kids and mentor them to stay on the right path by sharing the tough lessons learned in his lifetime was tragically cut short, his life continues on to positively influence those he left behind.
In lieu of flowers, the family kindly asks that you consider donations in Ditta's name to a scholarship fund which will be reserved for his young son, Matthias, whom he loved so dearly. Please donate at here what moves your heart to support Matthias in honor of Ditta.