Robert A Webb, 53, of Harrisville, RI and formerly of Burlington MA and Mashpee MA passed away unexpectedly at the Landmark Hospital in Woonsocket, RI
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Born in Boston, MA. Bob grew up in Natick MA., a son of the late Ann L Sullivan (Salvucci) and is survived by his father James D Webb and his wife Maureen of Yarmouth, Ma. Bob is survived by his two adoring children Jessie Michaela 21, and Dalton Cole 17, both of Mashpee MA., He is also survived by his bothers James D Webb and his wife Kim, Jonathon Webb and his wife Diana of Milford MA., Daniel of ME., and Dana of HI. He is also survived by his sisters Jean Webb of Milford MA, Lizzy DeYoung and her husband Eric of Charlton MA along with 4 nieces, 2 nephews and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and his former wife Kathleen Webb along with many other close friends.
Whether you knew him as Bob, Bobby, Dad maybe even Webbie or as he called himself the Webbman. You knew him as a loving, hardworking (almost to a fault) caring soul. He adored his children. He always had crazy stories and the tales of his youth and the shenanigans that he partook in which couldn't help but put a smile on their faces. He also leaves his 2 fur babies Tukka and Salem.
Bob was always happy when any puppy dog was around, hence his working for a doggy day care. He was happy to see any little creature he came upon while out working his landscaping duties.
Bobby could be also seen at many a family function back in the day with his bucket, hose. washing and waxing supplies; putting yet another coat of wax or just washing and buffing his favorite car. He also enjoyed video games and working out at the gym.
Bob was a Jack of all trades whether working on cars, running cables as he worked for ROLM Telephone (IBM), or landscaping and setting a mean skeet or trap target at the sportsmen's clubs he worked for: Minuteman Sportsman's Club in Burlington, MA and working most recently at Wallum Lake Rod and Gun in Harrisville RI as Function Hall /Property manager. Whatever Bob did you can be sure he gave it 150 percent; He had an impeccable work ethic.
A Celebration of Bob's Life will be celebtated on August 11th, at the Wallum Lake Rod and Gun club Harrisville RI. In lieu of flowers a college fund is being set up for his children Jessie and Dalton.