Clinton Jason Webber

Dec 25, 1977 - Oct 3, 2013

Obituary

 Clinton Jason Webber

Clint was born in Sacramento, California on December 25, 1977, and passed away in Pollock Pines on October 3, 2013.  He grew up in Elverta, attending Rio Linda High School and graduating with the Class of 1996.  He was the loving husband of Jennifer Webber, devoted son to Dave and Diane Richey, awesome brother to Travis Thrasher and Shannon Webber.  Clint was preceded in death by his father, Michael Webber, his maternal grandparents Jim and Aldena Hensley, and paternal grandparents Peggy and LaVern Webber and good friend Chris Bess.  His legacy will be carried on through his unborn daughter, Kennedy Marie Webber.

Clint loved outdoor sports, such as fishing, camping, target shooting, and boating.  He also enjoyed playing golf and softball.  And you could always find him rooting for his favorite teams the SF Giants and 49ers.  

Clint served as a Correctional Officer, but spent the majority of his adult life doing what he loved, following the family legacy working as a General Contractor. 

Clint always had a smile and a great sense of humor, he was willing to do anything for anyone, and he always wore his heart on his sleeve.  Clint was strong, honest and extremely hardworking.  Clint will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Friends and family are invited to attend a celebration of Clint’s life on Saturday, October 12, 2013 at 3 p.m. at East Lawn Memorial Park, 43rd & Folsom Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95819.   In lieu of flowers you can donate to his daughter Kennedy’s future needs, a fund has been set up on the following website: http://www.gofundme.com/help4jennandbabygirl. 

Guestbook

  • Jason farnham says:

    Clint and I met for the first time as little leaguers at the age of 11. We played on the same team and our friendship began. We lost contact for a couple years and found each other again in highschool as freshman. It was there where our friendship became more of a brotherhood. Side by side we conquered high school together. We grew up together we learned from each other and a part of him is still with me. I loved him like a brother. And will miss him dearly! Thank you for the 24 years of friendship!!! RIP Clint.

  • Diana Loeffler says:

    I am going to miss his smiles and laughter. He would get that twinkle in his eyes and you knew he was brewing it up. I am going to miss one of the finest men I ever knew. My heart is broken as he will not get to watch his daughter grow up. We will all miss you Clint. You were that light that went out much to soon. Aunt Diana

  • Vanessa Nichols says:

    Jenn, Although I am just the step sister,Clint was my brother and he will be missed. I have no words to express how sorry I am for you and the family. I will miss him terribly and know we are here.

  • Linda Kirkpatrick says:

    Jenn – I can’t tell you how sad I am for you and your your family. He was an amazing person – funny, sweet and thoughtful. We are praying for you. Linda and Zach.

  • TERRY LUCE says:

    DIANE,DAVE, TRAVIS AND FAMILY, OUR FAMILY IS HEART BROKEN FOR YOUR LOSS. CLINT WAS A PART OF OUR FAMILY AS A LITTLE BOY, OUR MEMORIES OF HIM ARE SPECIAL. WE HAD HOLIDAYS AND CAMPING TRIPS TOGETHER, HE WAS A HAPPY FUN LITTLE GUY TO BE AROUND. WE ALSO KNOW WHAT A NICE YOUNG MAN HE GREW UP TO BE. OUR FAMILY’S LOVE AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU ALL. TO TRAVIS, WE LOVE YOU AND ARE THERE FOR YOU ALWAYS. AUNTIE TERRY, UNCLE RICK AND THE ENTIRE LUCE FAMILY.

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