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Steven Webster

December 8, 1949 — March 24, 2022

On March 24, 2022, Steven Wayne Webster passed away unexpectedly of a heart attack.  Steve entered this world in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to the late John and Berniece Webster. He later graduated from John Harris High School and attended University of Pittsburgh in Johnstown before marrying his true love, Diane Hegerich.  In 1976, Steve and Diane moved their family to Colorado where he worked his way up to owning and operating his own crane service company.

Steve was the life of the party.  Nothing brought him more joy than to bring his family and friends together.  Spontaneous camping trips and bbq’s were commonplace for Steve.  He loved rallying everyone for horseshoe tournaments and unlimited sports gatherings.   He enjoyed making people happy…which supports his name of Happy to his grandchildren.  His eldest granddaughter called him Happy (instead of Pappy) and it stuck with the rest of the grandchildren.

He is survived by his wife Diane, children Shelly Schuckers(Jim) and Jacob Webster(JD), grandchildren Erin Barnum(Casey), Alex Schuckers, Johnathan Webster, Ella, Rowan, Edjer, Luna, great-granddaughter Lauren, sisters Linda McCollum(Stan) and Tami Blessing(Ken) as well as an amazing collection of cousins, nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and friends. Preceded in death by son Josh Webster.

A celebration of Steve’s life is to be held on  May 15, 2022 at the Silt Island Park from 2:00-4:00pm.  Please join us to share stories, throw a horseshoe or two and partake in a dessert bar (please bring your favorite dessert to honor his sweet tooth).

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