Maurice Webber (29 Mar 1933 - 1 Jul 2021)

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Funeral Service

Location
Sedgemoor Crematorium Bridgwater TA6 4SR
Date
27th Jul 2021
Time
12pm
Funeral Director
Robson & Stephens Funeral Services, Bridgwater

Funeral Reception

Location
West India House101 Durleigh RoadBridgwaterTA6 7JE
Date
27th Jul 2021
Time
1pm

In loving memory of Maurice Webber who sadly passed away on 1st July 2021, aged 88 years. Maurice will be sadly missed by his loving wife June and his sons Lee and Stephen, and all his family and friends. The Family would like to say a special thank you to The Carer Network and District Nurses for all the help and support they received.
A service to celebrate Maurice’s life will be held at Sedgemoor Crematorium on Tuesday 27th July at 12 Noon, followed by a wake at the West India House, Durleigh Road, Bridgwater. Donations if desired to Macmillan Cancer support. Please forward either to Robson & Stephens, 60 Clare Street, Bridgwater or use the Just Giving link on this page.

If you are unable to attend and would like a link to watch a live stream of the funeral on the day, please contact Lee using the button above or via FaceBook.

Lewis Taylor wrote

Fond memories of family parties and visiting you and auntie June at home with the guitar on the wall outside and the fruit machine in the living room.... Always related to fun childhood memories for me... You Always made a room feel warm and inviting and you always had a smile

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Nick Webber wrote

Tony Webber, my stepfather, loved his family very much and often fondly mentioned Maurice when recounting his trips back home to England.
My condolences to you all at this time. God bless.
As Jane said we hope they are reunited and having a beer together.

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Marc Welham wrote

So many funny times with you. Never knew what you would come up with next. Some great holidays. Tears running down faces as you made everyone laugh so much. You did it your way. Rip road runner.

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Kerry Ellicott wrote

A kind and gentle man! He was the life and soul of any party, your jokes and laughter will be solely missed! A fighter till the end, and will forever be missed.

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Gill Stoneham wrote

I worked with Maurice over 30 years ago, a lovely chap always passed the time of day years later, my condolences to his family.

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Amanda Cheffey wrote

Will miss you Uncle Maurice-happy memories of you always teasing, laughing and singing. Have a great sing song with all your brothers, sisters and mum and dad that will be waiting for you xx

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The marching man

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Andrew Mercer donated £50 in memory of Maurice

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The big anniversary

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Pete Sly wrote

In the time that I new you you welcomed me into the family with a warm and humerus heart that I will always remember, RIP my friend

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Golden anniversary

Golden anniversary

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kerry Sly wrote

Safe journey home dearest grandad. The most fondest and treasured memories shall forever remain within my heart and my soul. Sleep well ❤️

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Claire Pendlebury (Taylor) wrote

Your smile was infectious, I will miss that. x

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Michael Taylor wrote

Uncle Maurice. I have so many memories growing up especially the caravan holidays. Such a lovely kind man, and what a voice. Made people laugh right to the end. God bless.

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Jean Owens wrote

Maurice you made so many people laugh over the years and they have fond memories. RIP now you are free from pain will miss you.

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Jane Bolton wrote

I hope Maurice & my dad Tony Webber are having a beer together in heaven. Much love to you all ❤️Xxx

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