William Webb, 64, of Sweet Home, Oregon passed away Friday, November 13, 2020. He was born in Monterey County, California to Frank M. Webb III and Carol (Davenport) Webb.
He was named after his uncle, William Henry Webb, who was a missing WWII hero, who is named on a memorial in Bisbee, Arizona.
William was raised in Monterey County. He moved to Sweet Home in 2000 and worked in various restaurants, locally. The last restaurant he worked at was The Point.
In Monterey County, he enjoyed work as a breakfast chef at Embassy Suites for years. In Sweet Home, he loved pleasing people with his food. He was always there to help people in need.
He enjoyed fishing, cooking, and rock hunting. He has a large collection of arrowheads, one of which was certified by National Geographic.
William is survived by his daughter, Angela Webb, of Prunedale, California; son, Joshua Webb, who is in the service in Virginia; mother, Carol Davenport, of Sweet Home; brothers, Frank Webb of Sierra Vista, Arizona and Floyd Davenport of Sweet Home; and sister, Vivian Auria, of Aromas, California.
Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling arrangements.