Kent Shepard Webber

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CAPT Kent Shepard Webber, USN (Ret.) age 76, of Catharpin, Virginia and formerly of Vienna, Virginia died on May 4, 2016 at Fairfax Hospital. He was the beloved husband of the late Margaret Austin Webber; father of Kristin Webber-Moore (Bill Moore, II), Stephen Webber and Kendra Mokaves (Parames); brother of Patricia Mather; grandfather of Dustin and Jesse Webber-Moore; Peyton and Parken Mokaves and step-grandfather of Billy III, Alex, Grant and Tyler Moore.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. I am very shocked to hear of Kent’s passing. He and Margaret were very good friends of my wife Sylvia and I. My wife Sylvia died not too long after Margaret. Kent mentored me in many organizations and in the Navy Reserve which I served with him in several units. My deepest regrets, sympathy, and condolences to his family. I shall miss Kent greatly.

  2. Fair Winds and following Seas Captain. May you rest in peace thank you for your service to our country. Deepest and warmest regards to your family and friends with your passing.

  3. The Scouters of the George Mason district of the National Capital Area Council are grateful for Kent’s service to the youth of our nation.

  4. Sorry for your sudden loss of a great man, friend and your father.I send my condolences and prayers to each of you, he will be missed. I’m sorry I can’t be there to comfort you but if you need me I’m here. Love all of you.

  5. The Military Order of the World Wars has lost an outstanding Companion, one who has contributed greatly and unselfishly. He epitomized the Order’s motto, “It is nobler to serve than to be served” in many ways. He will be truly missed.

  6. Captain Webber was widely known and respected for his life’s work and his particiation in many veteran, hereditary, and charitable organizations. Always a leader seeking the best course of action for whatever problem. Kent was also a good friend and fellow veteran. My condolences to his family and prayers for his soul.

  7. May Kent rest in peace. He served his country and the Sons of the Amercian Revolution as a distinguished leader. May God bless his loving family.

  8. Kent was always the activist, tackling any assignment with enthusiasm and commitment. American Legion Post 46 has lost a valued colleague, friend, and veteran official. Rest in peace, Kent.

  9. Kent always gave me the impression of selflessness. He did his job as Treasurer of the CHESC reliably and without complaint. My condolences to his family. He was a true patriot.

  10. Kent was always a good friend, neighbor, and colleague. His humor, history, stories, and calling are things I will cherish!

  11. God bless Kent and all those who mourn his passing. I last saw him at Bob Disney’s funeral and we had a chance to chat. Seemed he never changed. Always remember that gleam in his eyes and a knowing smile. Kent was a good man and loyal member of the Knights Templar Priory of Saint King Charles the Martyr. I pray those that mourn will be warmed by fond memories.

  12. Please accept my condolences for the passing of your dear loved one. When someone we love dies, the heartache and grief can be great. I hope that you can be comforted knowing that God cares for you and sees your pain. (1 Peter 5:7) “He is close to the brokenhearted and He saves those who are crushed in spirit. (Psalm 34:18) May you find comfort and relief during this grievous time, as you cherish the precious memories of Kent.

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