Woodlawn Mt. Cheam Funeral Home

45865 Hocking Ave, Chilliwack, BC


Lawrence Webb

June 11, 1940July 13, 2020

Lawrence passed away on July 13, 2020 at Hope, British Columbia at the age of 80.

Lawrence will be sadly missed by his wife, Kathleen, daughter, Rosanne (Claude), son, Randy (Angie), granddaughters, Erin (Riley), Jade, sister, Linda (Bob), and many extended family and lifelong friends.

Lawrence worked for 5 years at Pony Express Mail, then 28 years with Canada Post as a Mail Service Courier. He enjoyed his many fishing trips with his son Randy. He always enjoyed being with his family and the family gatherings, also with his 2 granddaughters. He and Kathy enjoyed many cruises together.

Memorial Donations may be made in Lawrence's name to Canadian Cancer Society.


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Brent Watson

July 21, 2020

A super cool Dad to one of my best buddy's. He was always there coaching, driving us to hockey, taking us camping, to the lake, telling us stories and making us laugh until our stomachs were sore. We will all see you again someday Mr. Webb. :)

Randy Webb

July 21, 2020

I will always remember my dad as my mentor and who made me what I am today! He taught me how to be strong and enjoy life as it is happening not for when it is ending. We had many great fishing trips together and shared many stories as we bobbed along the lake in a boat lullin us to sleep, it is those moments I will cherish forever and ever. His funny energetic antics always made me laugh, some of those kids that came to our house at Halloween will never forget the "9ft tall man" that suprised them as they walked down the stairs or the countless of water fights with him and my uncle that my sister and I NEVER won!! He had a great approach to life lessons to teach us kids the right way to do things, I have to say they were truly unique and effective and always kept me on my toes, I am still practising those same lessons today, thank you dad. Thank you dad for being there in happy times, the sad times and family times. Put that worm on the hook and drop it in the water daily, Love you always your son Randy

Erin Rocha(Attridge)

July 21, 2020

I miss you everyday. You are always in my thoughts. I’m sorry I didn’t get a chance to say a proper good-bye. I hope you are enjoying the other side fishing, making wood projects and playing with all the cool trains. Thank you for your help in raising me and spending countless time with me.
There are endless memories I could share. I don’t even know where to begin. Crawling into bed and falling asleep to all your stories. All the puzzles and wood projects you made for me. Riding your scooter down the road. Playing with your trains and remote control cars. Watching Lion King and the TV show Wish Bone everyday after school. Eating your famous Shephard’s Pie. I will always love you.
Love, Erin xoxoxo

Rosanne Myers

July 20, 2020

To my dad who always had my back. I miss you dearly forever in my heart your daughter Rosanne. Hears to waters fights they rule I love you so much ❤️❤️

Jade Myers

July 20, 2020

The best memory I have of my grandpa is everyday I got to see him. He would always tell these jokes I never really understood but I would laugh because he would start to laugh. He always took me on bike rides as a kid and we would be gone for hours, he showed me all the beautiful sites in hope and showed me this Eagle that would fly down every time he would whistle. I miss you so much grandpa and I hope your having an amazing time fishing in heaven I love you ❤️