Webers creates scholarship to commemorate the historic tradition of the UN and its dedicated faculty and staff

John G. Weber, BSPh ’65 and Suzanne (Scott) Weber, BSEd ’65 have a great affinity for their alma mater and the people at the UN who provide world-class education.

Both Ohio natives – John was born in Woodsfield and Suzanne in Columbus – they graduated and married in 1965. While in Ohio Northern, John was active in Sigma Pi, Phi Delta Chi, American Pharmaceutical Association and Student Senator. Suzanne has been active in Alpha Xi Delta, Choir, Student Education Association, Association of Women Students and Wesley Fellowship.

Shortly after their marriage, John was called up for military service. He served as a pharmacist in the US Navy for three and a half years, including one year at the NSA Hospital in Da Nang, South Vietnam. Upon discharge from military service, John established the Weber Pharmacy with his brother Stephen Weber, BSPh ’69. They have been pharmacists in the Woodsfield area for over 45 years. When the pharmacy was sold in 2015, John’s career in pharmacy totaled over 50 years.

Suzanne has taught fourth graders at schools in Columbus, Ohio and Dale City, Virginia. Thereafter, she tutored students in the local school district while raising their three children. The couple’s eldest child, Kristine (Weber) Schumacher, BSPh ’91, is also a graduate of Northern Ohio. In 1995, Suzanne established Creative Expressions Christian Book and Gift Shop in Woodsfield.

John and Suzanne are proud to say they attended Ohio Northern University; and that they lived most of their lives in Monroe County, Ohio. Their love for the people and the Lord led them to become dedicated servants of Christ in Woodsfield First United Methodist Church and in their community.

By establishing the John G. and Suzanne (Scott) Weber Endowed Pharmacy and Education Scholarship Fund, the Webers honored Ohio Northern University’s 150th anniversary, which was celebrated in 2021-2022, and the dedicated faculty and staff who have and continue to make the UN a special (Christian) educational institution.

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