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Florence Webber

February 22, 1947 - December 25, 2019


Florence Webber
Feb. 22, 1947 – Dec. 25,2019

It is with deep sadness we announce the passing of Florence Webber on December 25, 2019.

Florence is predeceased by her husband, Edwin, mother Florence, father Bill, sister Pat & great nephew Aidan. She is survived by her loving daughters Laurie & Teresa; her loving granddaughter Jessica; her brothers Bill (Chris), Jim (Bonnie), Bob (Susan) & Butch; as well as many nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews and friends who are her family.

In her words: “I’ve been lucky to have been loved by so many”.

We would like to thank Dr. P. Gill, Dr. Adeyemo & the staff at the Irene Thomas Hospice with a very special thank you to Amanda & Natasha for taking such great care of our Mom.

There will be a celebration of life on Saturday January 25th from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Beach Grove Golf & Country Club – Banquet room at 5946 12 Avenue, Tsawwassen, B.C.; with a private internment to follow at the Boundary Bay Cemetery 856 56 street Tsawwassen, B.C. at 1 p.m. for her family to attend.

In lieu of flowers, donations are appreciated and can be made to either Langley Animal Protection Society (LAPs) www.lapsbc.ca/get-involved/donate/ or to Tiny Kittens at www.tinykittens.com/donate.


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Bakerview Community Crematorium & Celebration Centre Staff send our condolences to family and friends.

From: Judie Robertson
Relation: Former co-worker.

She was a fun person to work with and was caring, kin, funny, hard working, dedicated and so many other things I could say. She will be missed!

From: Robbie Red Head
Relation: Best second mother

Spud was truly a wonderful human being. Will be greatly missed but never forgotten. She was my second mother and her only son she always wanted. Rest in peace my friend. It was such a pleasure knowing you all these years. Thanks for all the great times, laughs and fabulous parties. Cheers to you Florence.

From: Teresa Lynde
Relation: Friend on Facebook.

I feel so blessed to have gotten to know Florence via Facebook, her niece Michelle put us in touch since we shared so much in common. I only wish I could have met her in person before her health began to fade. Thank you Laurie & Teresa for being such devoted daughters & support for each other. I will miss your Mom.

From: patti b.
Relation: Florence is my aunt, my mom's sister.

I will always remember how down to earth my aunt was and how she always made room for you in her home and heart. She had a gift for homemaking and hospitality as well as being a person with courage who would throw herself into trying new things and learning new skills . My aunt had a generosity of spirit that would cause her to reach out and offer a card of encouragement or just send you a Christmas card . As kids she didn’t mind us writing with our fingers in the steam on her kitchen windows while she was making soup in the old farmhouse she rented on Sea Island. We helped bottle fed all the fat black lab puppies because the family dog JJ had an enormous litter. She patiently endured numerous phone calls to ask ” are the puppies here yet, did Jay have her puppies?” When my cousins and I were older, we wore a groove in her front lawn by using plastic sheeting to make a slip and slide; most adults would have been furious at the damage to the front lawn and the possible eyesore to the neighbors but Florence was more concerned that we were getting to be kids and having creative fun. Summer fun, freshly made apple butter that came back out from under the house as fast as it was put in there because it was just so darn good we couldn’t get enough of it, family camping trips with my cousins, and love of horses, being a teenage secret smoker and my aunt slipping me smokes now and then because she remembered being a teenager – lots of memories . I remember one year giving her a card for her birthday that listed a bunch of positive traits that aunts are known for and one of them was that ” Aunts are comfy”. We both laughed because it was funny AND true. My aunt made you feel comfortable and welcome and I am grieved she is gone . We will miss you auntie Florence. So many more things I could say here but this will have to do. I know my mom loved you dearly and we do too.

From: Pat Soanes
Relation: Former co-worker

I worked with Flo for 15 years and have many great memories both professionally and personally. Simply put, she was my friend. Even when the work was stressful and difficult, she could always be counted on to inject some much needed fun into the work. Her giggle was infectious and her humour was never at the expense of anyone else. She knew how to laugh at herself. Even though our paths didn’t cross often in recent years will miss her.

From: Craig Van Alstyne
Relation: work colleagues

I enjoyed working with Flo, always positive, thoughtful, caring and professional. So sorry to hear of her passing. My deepest condolences to her loving family.

From: Judy Loewen
Relation: Friend

Florence was a bright, creative, imaginative, very clever lady. She was a devoted, selfless mother, who worked to keep her daughters and home together under very difficult circumstances. Dedication, and great love for her family was paramount to her. She will be missed by many and I personally am sad that her and I did not get the opportunity to find each other sooner. Be brave, look up, as your Mother set an example of perserverance, and resourcefulness that you now can take up as well. Love never dies. Memories live on and love lives on with them. She will always be near because of these wonderful memories.

From: Wendie Howe
Relation: A wonderful friend from 50 years ago...

Florence was a wonderful friend from decades ago….though our lives took us in different directions I I have never forgotten “Spud”….her laughter, love and devotion to family and friends and always her love for any and all animals, are only a few of the memories I still carry in my heart….much love and prayers to all of her family.

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