David A. WebbOctober 15, 1979 ~ December 11, 2017 (age 38)
David A Webb
10/15/1979 – 12/11/2017
Our beloved and cherished husband, father, son, brother and friend passed away tragically and unexpectedly December 11, 2017. Dave was born in Utah on October 15, 1979 to Bonnie Davenport Webb and Brent Webb, the youngest of his siblings, Doug (Connie) Webb and Amy (Eric) Huish. Dave was married to his soulmate, Jannell Kershaw Webb, on April 18, 2001 and was later sealed to her and their children for time and all eternity on February 16, 2008 in the Salt Lake City Temple. Dave has 5 children Reese Whitnie (12), Drake Zackery (11), Trev Spencer (8), Hays Preston (5), and his “sweetest thing ever” as he most often referred to her, Arlie Jae (11 months).
Dave was an incredible man beyond description! When he loved something, or took an interest in something his dedication and enthusiasm for whatever it was, was un-surpassed! He loved all sports especially baseball, and his appreciation, respect and knowledge about sports, sports teams and players was immeasurable. Not only did he love sports but was an amazingly talented and gifted athlete himself. His favorite passion was fishing and being outdoors. The man could cast a fly rod so beautifully and accurately! He also loved to hunt and do anything that involved being in the mountains. Most recently due to a foot injury that hindered him from being able to walk or run long distances anymore he took up a love for mountain biking. Thanks to his beloved Grandpa he also had a strong passion for gardening/farming.
Dave grew up in Draper, Utah and lived there his entire life. He was a meticulously skilled and an exceptionally hard worker, he worked in real estate, construction and most recently inspired by the premature birth of his 3rd child Dave went back to school and achieved his dream of working in the medical field and became a nurse. Dave always excelled at whatever he did and nursing was no exception. He had found his true calling in life and loved every second of his job. In just a short time his medical knowledge and skills were astronomical and awe-inspiring.
Dave was especially known and loved by all for his unique and hilarious sense of humor. He was also known for going out of his way to help others and having an extraordinary impact on everyone he encountered. Dave loved his wife and kids with an intensity like no other, his pride for them was incalculable. He would talk and obsess about them endlessly and worked tirelessly and limitlessly to care for them.
The people who love, respect, admire and will miss Dave is infinite and beyond measure. This world lost a priceless man and so many will never be the same without him here. Thanks to our Father in Heaven and His Son Jesus Christ we are comforted knowing we will be with Dave again. Thank you to all who have gone so far above and beyond with countless acts of kindness, support and love for his heartbroken and grieving family. The acts of service, kind words, priceless thoughts and stories being shared about him are treasured and easing the emptiness of his absence.
I love you my handsome Davey! I know you will watch over us and continue to help me raise our beautiful children. We will carry on your legacy with the utmost pride and love! I cannot wait for the day I get to jump into your arms again and hold on to you forever! – Love, your J Baby
Services will be held at the Draper 7th Ward Chapel, 12300 South 600 East. A viewing will be on Wednesday December 20th from 6:30-8:30pm and again Thursday December 21st from 9:30-10:30am. Followed by the funeral service at 11:00am. Interment will be at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 10600 South 1950 East, Sandy.
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