Kristofer Webber

Died: Mon., Nov. 6, 2017


Memorial Service

2:00 PM Fri., Nov. 17, 2017
Location: Burns Mortuary


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Kristofer Lee Webber of Pendleton was born in Pendleton, Oregon on July 10, 1989 to Michael and Linda Webber.  He passed away at home in the early morning hours of November 6, 2017 at the age of 28.

Kris attended Hawthorn, Sunridge MS and Pendleton HS, graduating in 2007.  He participated in baseball from Little League up through Babe Ruth.  He also participated in soccer, wrestling, track and football.  He went to state with the PHS track team.  He loved to skateboard around town with his friends.  Kris joined the National Guard in 2008 and served a tour in Iraq.  During that time he was able to tour parts of Europe with a friend for two weeks on vacation.  When he came home he reunited with former friends and worked several jobs.  He loved working out with weights and keeping physically fit.  Kris was a kind and loving spirit and made friends easily.  He had a quick mind and when very young, he would watch Scooby-Doo cartoons and come in to tell us what happened and recite word for word what was said.  At the age of four he threw a spiral football to his father to our amazement.  He could also throw a baseball as far as you could see.  He once kicked a soccer ball from three-quarters down the field into the net, right over the head of the goalie.  You could have heard a pin drop as we all watched the ball sail through the air.

Kris is survived by his parents, sister Emily Webber and Alberto Romero, and brother Raphael Johnson.  He had five nieces and nephews, Zoe, Zayden, Destini, Demitrius and Yanelli.  He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Robert and Isabel Fritts and Joan Graham, his paternal grandparents Georgene and Glenn Webber and Alvin Jones, and a good friend from high school, Kyle Burnside.

If anyone has a friend in need, be there for them.  We do not know each other’s thoughts, but a kind heart will listen and offer help to the broken hearted.  We will see Kristofer in the resurrection to a paradise earth in the near future, and we will welcome him back with open arms.  If in crisis, contact Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or 1-866-343-4473.

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Malissa Minthorn Winks
   Posted Wed November 08, 2017
Mike & Linda I cannot tell you how sorry I am for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Malissa

kevin niemann
   Posted Wed November 08, 2017
Dear Family,

I was incredibly saddened to learn of the death of Kris. I am sure that your family must be going through a whole range of emotions right now
You know that Webber had an infectious smile, made me laugh and feel like everything was good to go whenever we had a chance to talk.

That said, it's never easy on the ones they leave behind. All I can say is that you're perfectly entitled to whatever you're feeling, and you will help yourself if you feel all those emotions instead of trying to bury them. That's the only way you can truly begin to heal.

I am around if you need anything at all. Please get in touch.

With respect
SSG Niemann retired.

Sharon Maness
   Posted Tue November 14, 2017
So sorry to see of the death of your son, Linda. It's always so sad to lose someone so young. God Bless.

Delita
   Posted Wed November 15, 2017
I only Met Kris twice .He was so respectful and such a sweet young man. He left a forever lasting impression on me. I'm so very sorry for the loss of your son.

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