Vinson Weber was a teacher and his wife Jane was also a teacher. They were a handsome couple, and were happily married. He went into the Army and dental school. When he graduated from dental school, he was recruited to come to the Northwest to organize the Operative Dentistry program at the University of Oregon. They moved to Washington in 1946.
The historic John Stanger home is also located on site, which dates back to 1867. The Stanger House once belonged to pioneer John Stanger who ran Hudson’s Bay Company’s sawmill beginning in 1838, and offers a rare example of pioneer plank construction. The Stanger House is on the Clark County Heritage Register and the National Register of Historic Places.