George T. Webber

  • "Tina and Family, So sorry for your loss, Had alot of good..."
    - Sue Kirby
  • "Dearest Tina & Family; So sorry to hear about your husbands..."
    - Bob & Karen Zack
  • "My deepest sympathy. George was a great man."
    - Wendy Riegel
  • "May God be with him and his family I met him while taking..."
    - Anthony Guida

George T. Webber, 50, passed away at home with the love of his life, Tina, by his side with 30 years of a frickin awesome marriage.

Born in Pottsville, on April 9, 1968, he was a son of James and Louise Webber Jr.

George was a graduate of Pottsville Area High School, Class of 1986. He was skilled in many trades from welding to carpet installation. If his kids broke it, he could fix it. Dad enjoyed working with his hands. A strong-willed, fearless and stubborn man he was, but to know and be a friend of his, you knew how much of an honor it was. Don't even think about touching his '68 Camaro, though he liked his car more than you. George enjoyed the outdoors in his Can-Am on poker runs with his family and gardening as a pastime with his wife and grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his brother, James Webber III, and grandmother, Mary.

In addition to his wife, Tina, George is survived by his children, Justina Rollman and George Webber II; five grandchildren, Brik, Adra, Joseph "Joey," Gemma and George III "Grump"; and a brother, Scott Webber.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday, March 18, at the Robert A. Evans Jr. Funeral Home, 208 Pike St., Port Carbon. Relatives and friends are invited to a viewing from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment will be held in the Our Lady of Calvary Cemetery in Pottsville. Please send condolences to

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Published in Republican & Herald on Mar. 16, 2019
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