Delaney Webb


Delaney Webb, 19, died of injuries sustained in a March 2014 mudslide in Oso, Wash.

Alan Bejvl and his fiancée Delaney Webb were staying with her grandparents, Thom and Marcy Satterlee, on Saturday and planning their August wedding at the Satterlees' property. Bejvl grew up on his parents' farm, where they raised trout, not far from the mudslide area.

Perpetually happy, according to family members and friends, he worked at Reece Trucking & Excavating in Tulalip. "You couldn't ask for a better employee. He was always trying to better himself," said his boss, Andy Reece.

Webb first met Bejvl at Darrington High School, where she was a cheerleader. She was studying business at Everett Community College in hopes of opening her dog-breeding and training company.

The couple dreamed of owning their own 10 acres, with a log cabin and horses in the Darrington area, and starting a family in a few years.

Courtesy of The Seattle Times

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Dearest Delaney, squishy, love bug. You were more than a friend you are my sister, a part of my family. I treasure the days we just sat and talked for hours. In one of the last conversations we had Delaney has told me about how she has been studying the bible, some views she had were different, and most importantly she told me she wanted to have kids. I love you Delaney, alan, grandma and grandpa. May your time up there be well spent with joy and laughter.

Still heartbroken over the loss of our beautiful, sweetie-pie, Laney. We were so looking forward to seeing Alan & Delaney get married. Glad, they found each other & will forever be together in heaven... Love, Aunt Jen, Grandpa & Grandma Webb and Uncle Mark.

Prayers go out to the surviving family and friends may the God of comfort continue to bless you and yours especially after such a tragic loss. Please accept my deepest sympathies. 2 Cor. 1:2,3.

I'm sorry not only for your loss, but because their dreams of making a family and be together were interrupted by such a tragedy. May God grant you the strength needed to deal with your sorrow for “God is our dwelling place” in time of distress.

To the Family and Friends of Delaney Webb.
May Gods loyal love comfort you during
this difficult time.
Psalms 119:76


My heartfelt condolences to the family and close friends of Delaney Webb. I was so impressed by the long-term reachable goals that Delaney and her fianc

Thinking of you all, praying for comfort, and remembering 20 years ago today. The world has lost a precious jewel. :(