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Edward John Webre

March 22, 1943 - January 2, 2021

Edward John Webre, age 77, of Frisco, Texas, passed away January 2, 2021.  Edward was born March 22, 1943, in New Orleans, Louisiana, to Clifford and Rosalie (Genard) Webre.  He married Vicki Yvonne Hollis Sonberg on February 23, 2010, in Bakersfield, California.  Edward was a crew chief at American Airlines.  He proudly served in the United States Navy. Edward was a loving husband, father, and the best Paw Paw. 

He is survived by his wife, Vicki Webre of Frisco, Texas; six children, David Webre and his wife, Karen of Monroe, Louisiana, Johnny Webre of New Orleans, Louisiana, Arthur Sonberg of Frisco, Texas, Shelli Connelly of Bakersfield, California, Brandi (Webre) Cancino and her husband, Mark of Kenner, Louisiana, and Clifford Webre III  and his wife, Valerie of Hernando, Mississippi; and fourteen grandchildren, Tiffany Webre, Ryan Webre and his wife, Alex, Jessi Hollis, Katelyn Disney and her husband, Ryan, Emily Webre, Stephanie Webre, Matthew Webre, Victoria Webre, Lucas Sonberg, Tessa Sonberg Rosalie Cancino, Gabriele Cancino, Manuel Cancino, and Colton Webre. 

He was preceded in death by his parents.  

A private family graveside service will be held at 2:15 p.m., Monday, January 18, 2021, at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery in Dallas, Texas. 

In lieu of flowers, family has requested donations be made to St. Jude’s Children Hospital, (800)822-6344, in remembrance of Edward Webre #22280677.

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It is with deep regret to know know that you are hurting right now, Ms. Vicki, and words will never be able to replace the loss of a loved one. While the world plans for the unknowns of tomorrow, death is a reminder that our lives are on loan, each day a gift from God, until He calls us home. I am thankful to have known Eddie, and also that has been able to share his golden years with someone he has always loved. I pray that you may find comfort in these words, and to know that for those that believe in Christ, death is but a deep sleep, so let us not say "goodbye", but rather "see ya later", when Mr. Ed, when Jesus calls my own name. Harold J. McBroom, January 14, 2021 Paw paw was such an amazing, generous, and loving man. His love was endless and always will be. He was the best paw paw a kid could ever ask for and Colton enjoyed the time he had with him so much. We’re so lucky to have had the time we did to spend with him and thank God for him every day. Rest easy paw paw, we love you and always will. Valerie Webre, January 14, 2021 You were larger than life to us ! A great father and Pawpaw to all your grandchildren ; a passionate LSU fan ; loved your work family , but most of all , you just loved. You left your mark on so many , and your legacy will live on in all the people whose lives you touched . We miss you but we know we will see you again, because of Gods saving grace. Until all is made right in the world .. we will press on. Karen webre, January 14, 2021 A man who bowed his head and prayed over every meal he ever ate. You left a great mark on this world. Rest now. William Whitsett , January 12, 2021 Ed you were a great Friend, a co-worker, and truly a great man. You will be missed. We never got the log cabin or to go fishing together but we will when we meet again. Glen, January 12, 2021