The Life of Lynn Marvin Webber
Lynn Marvin Webber, 64, of Ruscombmanor Township, died suddenly on Friday, September 6, 2019 as a result of an automobile accident on Gould Lane, near his home. Born in Reading, Lynn was a son of the late Paul M. and Merle (Reddig) Webber.
He attended Wilson High School, West Lawn, and was employed as a Maintenance Mechanic at Ludens Candy Factory, Reading, for 29 years. Lynn was a member of the Blandon Fire Company, Central Beneficial Association, Laureldale, and the NRA. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and butchering. Lynn was a caring and kindhearted person who will be sorely missed by his family and friends.
Lynn is survived by his two children, Joshua C., husband of Kristy A. (Zornek) Webber, Oley, and Amanda L. Webber, Fleetwood; sister, Linda (Webber) Melcher, Reinholds; brother, Lee Webber, Guam; five grandchildren, Willy, Garrett , Eric, Kaylee and Emma; and his former wife and mother of his children, Cindy R. (Chambers) Webber, Shillington. In addition to his parents, Lynn was predeceased by twin children in infancy and a brother, Larry Webber.
Services for Lynn will be held privately by his family.
Ludwick Funeral Homes, Inc., Kutztown, is in charge of arrangements. Memories and condolences may be recorded at www.Ludwickfh.com.
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Lynn was one of a kind! He would do anything for anyone! He was my protector, and now my Angel! I would go up and make gallons of Apple and Peach Moonshine with him and after that, we would to Central Fire Company. Some times we would just go out on the four-wheeler and go than to Tailgators and now The Pour house. Lynn, you will be missed by many and I'll always keep you in my heart! I remember you always telling Amanda that I was gonna move up there and she would look and laugh. You may not be in view.... But always be in. Spirit!!! Rest peacefully my friend and see you on the other side❤️ Lisa Lerch PS I know your birthday is coming up in October and Happy 65th Birthday Lynn🎈🎈🎂🎂🎈🎈
A good guy
It was my pleasure to know and work with Lynn. He would always help me whenever I needed his assistance. He was a great character and will be missed, I personally won't forget him.
My condolences to his family
Ken Allcock and Family.