OBITUARY

Wilburn Freman Booher

December 23, 1927July 9, 2018

Wilburn Freman Booher, age 90, of Las Vegas, Nevada passed away on Monday July 9, 2018. Wilburn was born December 23, 1927 in Texas.

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Shane Everett

July 15, 2018

Webb was a special man. Never once did I see him not smiling. He was a loving and caring man and he will be missed. Love you Uncle Webb. I hope your dancing up there in the sky!

Michael Pennington

July 13, 2018

Webb was my uncle by marriage, my brother by degree. A kind and loving man who will be missed by all who knew him. RIP my brother and friend. So mote it be.

Dan Woods

July 13, 2018

Rest in peace Webb. Webb married my sister in Las Vegas and I married a lady there at the same time we had so many fond memories talking about our war time service. he was my brother-in-law and I love him so much and I miss him.

Dee-Dee (Shirley) Stuck/Booher/Hinds

July 13, 2018

Webb, you have touched so many lives, and made so many wonderful memories for so many, especially for me. I have known you since I was only 15, so for 45 years you have been a part of my life. You always made everyone you were around happy with all you joking around. My best memories is when we would all go to the lake and spend the night on the boat fishing. You were always up to something, like hooking a shoe on one of our fishing lines then saying we got a bite, watching us be so excited, only to find a shoe on the end of the line. I have many great memories of time spent with you, Joan and Tom. You were always there to help anyone in a time of need. Tom is just like you, that joking, caring person. A chip off the old block!!
Rest in Peace,
Love you,
Dee-Dee XOXOXO

Judy Gayle Woods Pollan

July 13, 2018

Webster, as I called him, came into my life as the husband of my Aunt Joyce Woods May. He was a fun loving man and loved coming to our Woods Family Reunion. I have missed him at our reunions, but with his health, I understood why he could not make that drive anymore. My sister lives in Vegas and kept us on his health until her health began to take its toll. We then became reliant on Joyce's California family on any new of Uncle Webster (Webb). I have and will miss him dearly. My condolences to his family. Fly high!

Tracy Booher

July 12, 2018

I had the honor to meet this sweet guy , after i became apart of his family by marrying his grandson.
He was so kind and had fun playing with our son on vacation. He was a veteran,shriner and will always be our hero for just being our grandpa too.
You will be missed but never forgotten and your legacy will live on. Love you always.

Tracy and Brian Booher

FROM THE FAMILY