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Obituary for Arthur E. Webb II

Arthur E. Webb II

July 28, 1952 - October 13, 2015

Arthur E. Webb II, 63, passed away unexpectedly at home on October 13, 2015.  He was born on July 28, 1952 to Arthur and Lorraine Webb in Maywood, California.


Art grew up in Southern California and Idaho.  He was a Veteran of the US Navy.  After the Navy he lived in Washington State.  He then moved to Hawaii where he was a professional surfer for many years.  When injuries forced his retirement from surfing, he moved to Utah to be with his father and sister.


He was a warm and friendly person with a great sense of humor.  He loved anything outdoors.  He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.  Aloha Brother.


Art is survived by his father, Arthur Webb, Sr.; sister, Julie Allen and daughter, Natalie.


He is preceded in death by his mother, Lorraine and by his grandparents.


At the request of Arthur, no services will be held.


Arrangements under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 36th Street, Ogden, Utah.


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Born: July 28, 1952
Died: October 13, 2015

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Anne Paul posted on 10/20/15

Julie, I'm so sorry to hear about your brother. It's hard enough when you expect it, but being unexpected makes it doubly hard. I hope you find comfort in your memories and take strength from the consoling wishes of your friends, family, and co-workers. Again, so sorry for your loss.


Louise Anderson posted on 10/20/15

We are so sorry to hear about Art. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. He will be greatly missed. From North Ogden Physical Therapy, Louise Anderson, Don Miller, Lynn Carling, Kaitlyn Lewis, Eric Hartman, Lucy Robins, Angela Cooney


TJ posted on 10/15/15

Offering sincere condolences to the family and friends. May you all draw closer to our Heavenly Father at this most difficult time by pouring your heart out to him in prayer and immersing yourself in his word which will comfort you, strengthen your faith and give you hope. (Rev. 21:4,5)