Warren Lake Webb

December 31, 1957September 7, 2021

Warren Lake Webb (Lake to most) of Leander, Texas, passed away Tuesday, September 7, 2021 at St. David’s Hospital Round Rock at the young age of 63. Lake was born on December 31, 1957 to Warren Neil Webb and Christine Byrd in El Paso Texas. He graduated from Zama American High School in Japan, where his dad worked for the Civil Service.

Lake settled in Austin, Tx, where he met Pamela, his wife of 21 years. After getting married, they moved to Leander, TX. Lake was father of two boys Thomas and Andrew. He was so proud of his two boys. His family meant the world to him and he meant the world to us.

Lake was the older brother to Tracie Mauthe (husband Dave of Appleton, Wisconsin) and Alexa Kennedy (husband James of Buchanan Dam, Texas). Lake was the fun uncle to 6 nieces and 7 nephews. He gave drum sets or obnoxiously noisy gifts. That all changed when his boys came around and pay back started.

Lake worked over 30 years in Route sales delivering everything from Hostess Cupcakes, Bagels, Lance Products and finally air filters. He was employed with CTM Enterprises since 2014. Although the work was hard, Lake accepted the challenge. He was a hard worker for his employer and a great provider for his family.

Lake was a big kid at heart and had a great dry sense of humor. He still watched the golden oldie cartoons on television. He still read comic books and MAD magazines. He loved shooting off fireworks, rough housing with his golden retriever, Harley and mess with his 20 year old cat, Peaches. He loved to garden, take care of friends, neighbors and family. He was never one to say no. He also loved to decorate for Halloween and Christmas holidays. The first years of living in Leander, his haunted garage was the hit of the neighborhood at Halloween. At Christmas, he went all out! He decorated the house so that it was the brightest house in the neighborhood. The house could be seen from the main intersection.

He loved to listen to Rush Limbaugh on the radio and was super happy when Andrew started listening. He always said that he won’t stop until everyone agreed with him. He did not either. He loved to watch his Dallas Cowboys and yell “God Damn It Dallas” when the Cowboys messed up…which was often.

He loved and provided for his wife and children more than we knew.

Special heartfelt gratitude and thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of St David Hospital Round Rock ICU.

Celebration of Life to be held : Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at 10am, Hill Country Bible Church, 11800 Hero Way West #600 Leander, Texas 78641

Memorial contributions to the Webb family for educational expenses for the boys : ; ; Venmo: @wptawebb


21 September

Memorial Service

10:00 am

Hill Country Bible Church

11800 Hero Way West #600
Leander, Texas 78641


Warren Lake Webb

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Mylissa Dabbs

September 21, 2021

I was the boys teacher at Little Sunshine, i love the way Lake would pick on me and the boys. He reminded me of my own dad. He was a great dad and and very nice man. He will be missed a lot. My heart goes out to Pam and the boys.

Liz Wilson

September 10, 2021

I was friends with Lakes sister Tracie when we all lived in Japan. He was a few years older and Tracie and I would tease him… only in fun. I would tag along to several Japanese excursions with their family and Lake was always very nice to me on the adventures. I was glad to reconnect with Lake years ago on Facebook. We both agree on political issues… I’m going to miss his funny Facebook post and opinions on current events. I am heartbroken for the entire family!
Rest In Peace Lake…

Robert Perry

September 10, 2021

Warren was the person I wished I lived next-door to. Living the Brat life made that impossible. I never forgot his smile, his kind hearted presents whenever we talked. He didn't judge me by my long hair. We shared the same kindness for everyone. He thought I was one of the high school cool people but no Warren, you were the cool one. I wanted to hang out with you more but our class schedules didn't allow us more time together. I was so happy when we connected on Facebook. Our memories are engraved in our hearts.