“This is the day that the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it!” Psalm 118:24
On December 6, 2022 Douglas Neil Webb (83) entered the presence of his Lord after struggling with Parkinson’s disease and dementia for several years. He died peacefully at home surrounded by family.
Doug was born on April 10, 1939 in Compton, California, to William and Gladys Webb. He graduated from Lynwood High School then Long Beach State University. Doug served his country in the Army reserve. He married Glenda Davis on October 6, 1961. They were blessed
with three children: Robert (m. Melanie), Peggy (m. Dan Rupprecht), Andrea (m. Mike Randall), then later ten grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren, eight nieces and two nephews by blood and a few by choice!
Doug was a beloved husband, dad, grandpa, uncle and friend. We will treasure our memories of camping with him in Wyoming, learning to fish, learning to build a fire and so many other outdoor things. He had a great love for nature which fueled his photography hobby. Doug also
loved to sing songs to the glory of God and he played the accordion.
Doug spent his career in the pipe bending and fabrication industry and was known by many in the industry for his kindness and integrity. He retired from Naptech in 2004. His retirement was spent traveling the West with Glenda in their trailer, meeting many new friends and enjoying the
camaraderie of the RV community. He had been an active member at Kaysville Bible Church since 1978. He enjoyed working on construction projects at Pioneer Bible Camp in Eden and at Mountainview Church in White Sulphur Springs, MT.
A memorial service will be held at Kaysville Bible Church (200 North & Flint Street, Kaysville, Utah) on Friday, December 23 at 11 a.m. followed by a meal and fellowship. All are welcome.
Service will be live streamed through the Kaysville Bible Church YouTube channel.
Pioneer Bible Camp was dear to Doug’s heart and anyone wishing to make a donation in his memory can send it in care of Kaysville Bible Church PO Box 262 Kaysville, UT 84037
Cremation Care entrusted to Lindquist’s Layton Mortuary, 1867 No. Fairfield Rd., Layton, Utah.