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Robert Lee Webber
Date of Death: October 19, 2011
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Robert L. Webber Mr. Robert Lee “Bob” Webber, age 67, died Wednesday, October 19, 2011, at his residence. Mr. Webber was born in 1944 in Winchester, VA, the son of the late Leo Wilson and Lula Virginia Webber. He was an industrial mechanic with Crown Cork & Seal, retiring in 2006. He attended First Christian …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Bob was such a wonderful friend and nurse maid to my mother. I use to complain to my mother that we couldn't ask "non-family" members to help care for her, she always said with a smile, Bob doesn't mind and would do anything for me...well he sure did. He made it possible for my mother to live out the last few years of her life right in her home. Many a day, or night I would walk into her apartment to find Bob talking to her. But most of all it was the "smile", and look of content on her face to know "her boy" was there with her, just like she said....my heart will always have a special place in it for you because of the care and love you showed my Mother. You were truly a kind sole. I know the two of you are up in heaven hugging each other, so glad to see one another again! I will always be greatful you came into our lives.
Randy Ruffner left a message on October 26, 2011:
My deepest sympathy. Many good memories of Bob at Crown. I will always remember him when I have a piece of super bubble gum which he always had in his tool box. God bless the relatives and friends.
Penny Coooer left a message on October 25, 2011:
With deepest sympathy...Penny and Phil Cooper
Grace Sears VanDenburgh left a message on October 22, 2011:
Bob came into my life when my Mother moved into his apartment building. He slowly became a trusted friend to her. Always looking out for her. Once her health started to fail, she was very stubborn and said she could stay in her apartment because she had her "boy's" upstairs to take care of her. I was a bit strong headed too!, and told her we could not aske for help from "non-family" members...well that is when she informed me Bob and Ernie were HER family!!!! Bob made it possible for my mother to stay in her home until her passing, where she wanted to be. I will always hold a special place in my heart for Bob, not only for being such a great friend/nurse maid to my Mother, but because of the pure joy he broght to her. I would pop into her apartment many a times to find Bob sitting there just talking to her. With a smile and contentment on her face, made me realize how very much Bob ment to her. I know they are both in heaven just hugging away, so glad to see each other once again! Bob you had a heart of gold, and I am so glad that you came into our lives.
Grace Sears VanDenburgh left a message on October 22, 2011:
Bob was such a wonderful friend and nurse maid to my mother. I use to complain to my mother that we couldn't ask "non-family" members to help care for her, she always said with a smile, Bob doesn't mind and would do anything for me...well he sure did. He made it possible for my mother to live out the last few years of her life right in her home. Many a day, or night I would walk into her apartment to find Bob talking to her. But most of all it was the "smile", and look of content on her face to know "her boy" was there with her, just like she said....my heart will always have a special place in it for you because of the care and love you showed my Mother. You were truly a kind sole. I know the two of you are up in heaven hugging each other, so glad to see one another again! I will always be greatful you came into our lives.
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS I WORKED WITH BOB AT CROWN , AND ALWAYS ENJOYED OUR CONVERSATION. HE WAS A KIND AND GENTLE MAN. AND I KNOW HE WILL BE MISSED. BETTY GODLOVE
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
My deepest sympathy. Many good memories of Bob at Crown. I will always remember him when I have a piece of super bubble gum which he always had in his tool box. God bless the relatives and friends.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
With deepest sympathy...Penny and Phil Cooper
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Bob came into my life when my Mother moved into his apartment building. He slowly became a trusted friend to her. Always looking out for her. Once her health started to fail, she was very stubborn and said she could stay in her apartment because she had her "boy's" upstairs to take care of her. I was a bit strong headed too!, and told her we could not aske for help from "non-family" members...well that is when she informed me Bob and Ernie were HER family!!!! Bob made it possible for my mother to stay in her home until her passing, where she wanted to be. I will always hold a special place in my heart for Bob, not only for being such a great friend/nurse maid to my Mother, but because of the pure joy he broght to her. I would pop into her apartment many a times to find Bob sitting there just talking to her. With a smile and contentment on her face, made me realize how very much Bob ment to her. I know they are both in heaven just hugging away, so glad to see each other once again! Bob you had a heart of gold, and I am so glad that you came into our lives.
BETTY GODLOVE left a message on October 28, 2011:
MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS I WORKED WITH BOB AT CROWN , AND ALWAYS ENJOYED OUR CONVERSATION. HE WAS A KIND AND GENTLE MAN. AND I KNOW HE WILL BE MISSED. BETTY GODLOVE
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
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