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Mark Webb

September 17, 2012

Mark Alan Webb, 49, was taken from us Sept. 3, 2012 near Roy, in a truck rollover accident.
Mark was born to Richard and Fay Webb June 24, 1963 and was raised in the Vancouver area, where he also met and married his wife, Beryl in 1996. After a few trips to the Colville Valley to visit Beryl’s family in Chewelah, they decided to move here. He settled with his wife and family on a little mini-ranch at Arden.
Mark had many titles. He was a husband, father, grampa, uncle, brother, friend, trucker, biker, and cowboy. He was a cowboy at heart and enjoyed sitting around a fire, reminiscing with friends and family. He also enjoyed fishing, hunting, horseback riding, riding motorcycles and playing a guitar.
We will all miss your wry smile and sense of humor.
Mark is survived by his wife Beryl at the home; his mother, Fay Foley, Battleground; his father, Richard Webb, Vancouver; his sons, Jason Jacob, Portland; Wyatt Webb, Battleground; Ben Bright, Colville; his daughters, Jennifer (Josh) McLeod, Felida; Jessica (Todd) Peterson, Washougal; Amanda Moreland, Washougal; Lotte Wright, Washougal; his brother, Calvin (Cathi) Webb, Milwaukie, OR; his sisters, Madlyn (Dan) Pietila, Vancouver; Melody (Sandy) Larkin, La Center; nine grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
There are no fences in Heaven Mark; “Happy Trails.”
Memorial service and potluck will be held at their home in Arden (576 Old Arden Highway) on Saturday afternoon, Sept. 15.

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