January 26, 1926 – August 10, 2013
Webber, Henry (Harry), P.Eng – After a brief illness, Harry passed away at the age of 87 on August 10, 2013. He leaves behind his loving wife of 64 and a half years, Maureen Webber. Also leaves his son Larry (Susan) and daughter Susan Steer (Christopher), grandchildren Chris (Lottie), Erin Scott (Trevor), step grandchildren Steven Hill (Sheri), Karen Tellier (Don), Ian Steer, Geoffrey Steer and 6 great grandchildren that he adored. Predeceased by his son John in 2001. He is also survived by his brother James and sister Rena Forbes in the U.K. Cremation has taken place. He is at rest at Bayview Cemetery with his son John, who felt he had waited long enough to be with his dad again. Donations to the Autism Society would be appreciated in lieu of flowers.
A true gentleman who had a massive influence on all of our lives.
Dear Maureen, Larry and Susan and of course all of your family.
Our thoughts are with you at this sad time. I was shocked when I read this morning’s paper.
Harry really was a true gentleman and had great influence on my happy career at Westinghouse.
He was an excellent teacher and lead me through the computer trend.
I feel honoured to have had him as a friend.
Harry was a wonderful man who will be missed very much. Harry always had a smile on his face. I am so thankful that Harry was my step Grandfather as my own family is far away. I know Harry loved spending time with family and watching his great grandchildren running around the park. And I will always think about him when I am at the dundas drive in park. Thanks for being a great man.
I knew Mr. Webber as a teenager when I was good friends with Susan. I remember always his kindness and being included in family picnics especially down near Jordan Harbour. Whenever I travel down that way, I remember with great fondness the lovely picnic I had there with all of the Webbers. I am sorry for such a loss to everyone. May all you memories help you through this time.
Larry and Susan,
We are so very sorry to hear of Harry’s passing and want you both and the family to know you all are in our thoughts.
Our prayers are with you and remembering your mom Maureen especially during this time.
Blessings on you
Damini and Raj
I learned of Uncle Harry’s passing away on Monday with great sadness.
Although our branches of the Webber family were geographically distanced from another by the Atlantic Ocean it made it all the more special and exciting when he crossed the pond to visit his UK relatives. I will always carry the memories with me of his gentle humour, and deep love for both his immediate and extended family.
We will all miss Harry terribly. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Auntie Maureen and to all our Canadian relatives at this very difficult time. I’m sorry we can’t be there with you.
Alan Webber & Family (Helen, Katherine, & Lucy)
Dear Maureen, Larry, and Susan,
I am very sorry to hear of Harry’s passing. I was fortunate enough to have seen him in Dundas earlier this year.
It’s the memories gathered while growing up that are often the most durable; many cheerful ones of Harry from my youth have helped to lessen the sorrow. My thoughts are with you and yours. He indeed will be missed.
Our sincere condolences for the family.
Sandi and Steve