Leroy H. Webber

Jun 6, 1933 – Jan 9, 2015

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Leroy H. Webber

Leroy H. Webber 82, of Blackfoot Idaho passed away on 010915 in his home surrounded by his loving family. Leroy was born at home on June 6 1933 in Wilbaux Montana to Hubert and Martha Webber, and grew up in Wilbaux Mt. He attended school in Livingston Montana till he graduated in 1953.He was drafted into the US Army in 1953 and spent 28 years serving our country. He also worked in Civil Service as a Helicopter Mechanic until he retired in 1993.

In 1963 he married Nancy Kay Stocking and they had four children together. They moved to Arlington Washington in 1970 and lived there until Leroy retired in 1993 and they moved to Blackfoot Idaho.

In his free time Leroy enjoyed traveling around the country with his wife, Nancy in their motor home, camping and riding dirt bikes with his family. He was also an amazing dancer.

Leroy is survived by his wife of 52 years, Nancy K. Webber, sons, Kenneth Webber (Linda) & Lee Webber, daughter, Karen Babcock (Vince) and grandsons Cody Taylor and Dustin Webber, granddaughter, Jessica Taylor and great grandson Xavier Clark; siblings Maurice Webber & Gladys Lefty and his beloved pets, Joey and Fuzzy.

He is proceeded in death by his son, Timothy Webber, his parents and his sister, Delores Pitts.

A Graveside Service for Leroy will be at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent Washington on Wednesday, January 21, 2015 at 11:00am, followed by a Memorial Service at 12:00pm at the LDS Church, 19909 SE Wax Rd., in Maple Valley, WA.




Al Calderwood
Arlington, WA
Jan 22, 2015

My Condolences to the Webber family. I worked with Leroy on helicopters for many years. He was a great man and friend.

Al Calderwood

Douglas and Anneke Marshall, Matthew
Blackfoot, ID
Jan 21, 2015

To Nancy, Kenny, Karen, Lee and all the rest of Leroy's family,

We have been blessed to be neighbors and to get to know Leroy over the years. He is going to be missed and his good sense of humor, too. We hope that today is going to be a good day for you. Bitter sweet, we know. Our thoughts are with your family today and we have been praying for the Lord to send the Comforter to be with you. May the Lord lift your burdens and speak peace to your hearts over the coming weeks. With love,

Lacy Wygal
Stanwood, WA
Jan 19, 2015

I'm so sorry for your loss!

Karen Babcock
Lake Stevens, wa
Jan 19, 2015

Missing this amazing man who was the best dad a girl could have.

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