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Harry James Webber

April 8, 1929

October 25, 2023

Harry Webber, a native of Calgary, was born into a highly regarded hardware family and attended several prestigious schools in the area. After completing his engineering degree at the University of Alberta, Harry dedicated most of his professional life to Alberta’s energy sector. His love for sports during his school years transitioned into a passion for outdoor activities such as hiking and cross-country skiing, which he enthusiastically shared with his loved ones and fellow outdoor enthusiasts.

Harry achieved great success in his career with Alberta’s Energy Resources Conservation Board and retired in the late 1980s. During his retirement years, he found joy in woodworking and maintaining his home and yard. Sadly, Harry’s beloved wife Pat (nee Warren), his parents Frank and Kate Webber, and his siblings George, Grace, and Don, preceded him in death in 1988. However, he left behind his long-time partner Joyce Small (Elliott) and an extensive family network.

Survived by his children Melya (John) Long, Dave (Heather) Webber, Ruth (Ken) Ziegler, and Carol (Hal) Curties, Harry also cherished and encouraged his twelve grandchildren throughout their lives. Harry will forever be remembered by his great-grandchildren. Besides his immediate family, he also leaves behind fond memories among the Webber, Warren, and Elliott families.

In accordance with Harry’s wishes, a funeral service will not be held. Instead, condolences, memories, and photos may be shared with his family through the website http://www.MHFH.com. Harry passed away at the Foothills Hospital after a short illness, and his family expresses deep gratitude to the compassionate and attentive staff of Unit 36 and Unit 47 at the Rockyview Hospital.

For those who wish to honor Harry’s memory, contributions can be made directly to the Calgary Health Foundation or Operation Eyesight. As a living tribute to Harry Webber, McInnis & Holloway Funeral Homes will plant a tree in the Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area.

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