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Daniel Sullivan Webber

Service Date: April 26, 2019
Visitation Info: Linnemann Funeral Home Erlanger
Interment Info: Linnemann Funeral Home Crematory
Service Info: Linnemann Funeral Home Erlanger
Service Info

Daniel Sullivan Webber, 62, passed away suddenly Friday, April 19, 2019. Dan worked as a plumber for 33 years, an avid Green Bay Packers fan and enjoyed spending time with his three grandchildren. He is survived by his loving wife of 41 years, Shirley Webber, daughters Erin (Greg) Crabbe, Mallory Webber (David Weitkamp) and Danielle (John) Gibson, brothers Henry Webber, Joe (Jit) Webber, sisters Julie Addington, Mary (Richard) Dieckow, Laura (Bob) Wyzevich, Sara Pixley, Vivian Rider and Margaret (Ron) Landers, grandchildren Ethan, Kellan and Isla. Also surviving are numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial visitation will be held Friday, April 26, 2019, from 11am to 1pm with services to follow at Linnemann Funeral Homes in Erlanger. Memorials may be made to Vietnam Veterans of America 8418 Reading Road, Cincinnati OH, 45215 or Wounded Warrior Project P.O. Box 758517 Topeka KA, 66675-8517. Online condolences can be made at

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Linnemann Funeral Home Erlanger

30 Commonwealth Avenue
1:00 pm

Linnemann Funeral Home Erlanger

30 Commonwealth Avenue

Linnemann Funeral Home Crematory

Address: 30 Commonwealth Avenue Erlanger, KY - Kentucky 41018
12:00 am - 12:00 am

Daniel Sullivan Webber


The Neiheisel family

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. So sorry for your loss.

Bernie Couch

So sorry for your loss, prayers to your family!

The Plan of The Master Weaver

Our lives are but fine weavings
That God and we prepare,
Each life becomes a fabric planned
And fashioned in His care . . .

We may not always see just how
The weavings intertwine,
But we must trust the Master’s hand
And follow His design,
For He can view the pattern
Upon the upper side,
While we must look from underneath
And trust in Him to guide.

Not till the loom is silent
And the shuttles cease to fly
Shall God unroll the canvas
And explain the reason why
The dark threads are as needed
In the Weaver’s skillful hand
As the threads of gold and silver
In the pattern He has planned.

Sometimes a strand of sorrow
Is added to His plan,
And though it’s difficult for us,
We still must understand
That it’s He who flies the shuttle,
It’s he who knows what’s best,
So we must weave in patience
And leave to Him the rest . . .

Someone gave me this poem when my dad passed away, and it reminds me of how we never know God’s plans for us and we never understand the reasons why. Still, it doesn’t ease the hurt and the sorrow. ~ Vivian

My Brother Danny

As I lay here looking at my brother Dan’s picture I think back to when we were younger. There were nine of us who were blessed to be raised by Dorothy and Henry Webber. We never had a lot growing up but we had each and back then that to me was a lot. When we were young the age difference seemed like a big deal. Four and five years seemed like 10 years. As we got older and had families and would get together it seemed to not matter. We are a private family sometimes even to each other. Dan always held his cards close to his chest. From the outside we probably seemed strange to most people. But we were your average American family. We would go months without talking or seeing each other. But then he would call me or I would call him or see him. I think about all of the years I was away in the service and after that. Time I missed not only with him but all my siblings and our parents. You want to turn the clock back but there is no going back. Life is short and the time you have on this earth you need to make the most of it. Since Friday April 19 2019 there has been a void in my life that will be there until the day I die. Dan was a great husband, father, son, brother, and family man. He has three daughters that any man would be proud of. Shirley his wife in my opinion was the best thing that could have happened to Dan. They were a perfect fit. Danny I missed you from the minute I found out you were going and I will miss you until I am gone. I know you are up there with mom and dad. Please tell them I said hi. I love Danny and I will see you again. Love you Joe


Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. So sorry for your loss.

Dan my buddy my homie

We had great memories together over these years. You was loving, kind, sweet person. We work together Wednesday through Friday. Every morning you always start with me but I get you back about talking about your bananas. You made my day. You was the only reason I was looking forward coming to work. You will be truly miss.
Prayers go out to the family.

Dan, my friend

We have worked together for a number of years. You always made sure to do the right thing. I know we gave each other crap because of the NFL teams we liked. You will be missed buddy, you left a huge hole in everyone’s hearts.

My prayers are with his family, who he often spoke about in high regards.