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WEBB, Roger S. A pioneer in preservation real estate development in Boston, died peacefully in the care of hospice and his three daughters Rebecca, Mary and Ruth on June 10, 2019. He lived a long healthy life before dying at the age of 84. Roger's marriage to Anne Van Vleck, an art history major...

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As you remember your love one, as God heals your broken hearts (Psalm 147:3), may your cherished memories bring you peace, comfort, and strength to endure.

With Heartfelt Sympathy,

My heartfelt sympathy goes out to the family at this difficult time. Please find peace in knowing that God understands your grief and that He cares.1 Pet 5:6-7.
Sincerely, JH

Our sincere condolences to the Webb family for the loss of your dear love one. Our prayers are as yours, that God provides his care and comfort you each day.
- Psalms 145:18,19

A true preservation hero! His pioneering work in the adaptive use of the old Boston City Hall lives on. And he was one of the most intelligent, nicest people I've ever met.
Peter Brink
Sr Vice-President, Programs, National Trust for Historic Preservation - Retired.

I knew Roger briefly in the late 1960s. I had just graduated from college and was working as an urban planner for the City of Boston. Roger's vision and commitment to preservation provided an inspiration that shape my career. His work provided a model for a number of other developers of the time and brought credibility to architectural preservation through adaptive reuse. He will be remembered by those who knew him -- and by those who take delight in the projects which he orchestrated and...

To the Webb Family

Please accept my deepest sympathies. You are in my thoughts and prayers.


Michael Sullivan