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Bruce Webber

April 15, 1941 - October 31, 2017

Bruce Webber, 76, of New Port Richey, passed away October 31, 2017.  Loving son of Van and Florence Webber, he was born on April 15, 1941 in Buffalo, NY.  He lived in North Boston, NY for over 25 years, and moved to New Port Richey around 2000 from East Aurora, NY.  In his working years, he was self-employed as a truck driver.  He was also in the National Guard for a short time.  He attended St. Peter and Paul in NY, and St. Thomas Aquinas in FL.

Bruce was an avid reader.  He loved doing crossword and sudoku puzzles.  He also enjoyed dancing.  Whether it was ballroom, swing, or line dancing didn’t matter.  He’d dance to whatever the band was playing.  Bruce was the kind of man who would do anything he could for you.  He had a magnetic personality.  All the children in his life just loved him.  He’d always give them a good-natured teasing and make their nickels disappear.  He was a kind, good man and that was most evident in the many years he spent caring for his parents before their passing.  He will be greatly missed.

Bruce is survived by his three sisters: Therese Webber (Ron Harmon), Barbara Greeley (Harold), and Judith Smolinski (Eugene); his loving companion, Marianna Lubrano; many nieces and nephews; and many more grandnieces and grandnephews.

A memorial service will be held at Michels and Lundquist Funeral Home on Tuesday, November 7 at 10am with refreshments to follow.  In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you donate to Gulfside Hospice.  Please click here to make a donation in Bruce’s name.

Service Information

Service Information

Date: Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Time: 10:00 am

Location:

Michels & Lundquist Funeral Home

5228 Trouble Creek Road
New Port Richey, FL 34652

Please join the family for refreshments in the reception lounge following the service.


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