Weston Noble LaBarbera (2014 - 2018)

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    - Chuck Beauchamp
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  • "I never had the pleasure to meet Weston. I wish I had...."
    - Deanna Wissing
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It is with tears in our eyes, and love in our hearts, that Weston Noble LaBarbera, age 3, took the hand of God on Sunday, March 4, 2018.

He was born on June 24, 2014 the youngest child of three. If Weston could have spoken, he would have told you that the bond between brothers is as strong as steel. He enjoyed countless hours of cuddles and wagon rides from Jaxson, his older sibling. His beautiful sister Braylynn, spent many nights perfecting her color technique on Weston's toes. Pippy, his papillon dog was never far from his side.

Weston a.k.a. (Mr. Noble), was our special boy. Everyone who met him fell madly in love. A few flashes from his famously, long eyelashes and people swooned. Every hand that touched him, every person that held him, knew that this child was unforgettably special. There are not enough words to express our thanks to all those who entered into Weston's life. He was our special gift, and we are better people because he taught us the true meaning of unconditional love and innocence.

A celebration of his life will be held on Friday, March 16, 6:30 p.m. at New Life Assembly church in Kenai. We encourage all families to bring new, stuffed animals with tags attached, in lieu of flowers. These will be donated to the ICU at Providence Children's Hospital, to whom we will be forever grateful. The stuffed animals are an important part of caring for critical children/infants. They are used for positioning and propping of arms and legs. The emotional support that the stuffed animals bring is priceless.

Weston, "We will always love you to the moon, and back. You are forever our little buddy." Don't cry because it's over – smile because it happened (Dr. Seuss).

Weston leaves behind his mother and father, Devin and Samantha LaBarbera; brother Jaxson Young; sister Braylynn Young; paternal grandparents Peter LaBarbera and Kelly Newcomb; aunt Tayler LaBarbera, aunt Christina Peterson, aunt Melanie Newcomb; uncle Mike Newcomb; G grandma Lea Newcomb; maternal grandparents Gene and Teri Roofe; uncle and aunt Christopher and Laura Roofe; cousins Mandee, Merrick, Matthew, and Makenna Roofe; aunt Kim Matthews; and G grandma Deanna Beauchamp; and our Twyla Berry.
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Peninsula Memorial Chapel
5839 Kenai Spur Hwy.
Kenai, AK 99611
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Published in The Peninsula Clarion on Mar. 11, 2018