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After a few rough years, Dustin Weber, 25, is being remembered as a young man who was excited to get a fresh start. But his life was cut short by the tsunami that struck the west coast more than two weeks ago. Yesterday, in a special service, Dustin Weber's life was honored and remembered. Weber had lived in Bend most of his life; attending Trinity Lutheran School and then Mountain View High School. Pastor Robert Luinstra says it was very tough to get the news that Weber had been swept out to sea; he says the family would like him to be remembered as a child of God. “They wanted him to be remembered as they wrote in the first line of the obituary; the Lord lifted him up and took him home." His close friend, Blaise Butcher says he found some comfort in the fact that Dustin was very happy around the time of his death; he was very excited to be fixing up a beach home he had inherited from his grandmother.

 

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