Michael Leon Webb

Michael Leon Webb

Michael Leon Webb, 52, of Harmony, formerly of Freedom, passed away on November 3, 2023. He was born in Rochester PA, on June 24, 1971, a son of Jannie (Price) Webb and the late David Webb.

He is survived by his mother, Jannie; his loving wife, Megan M. Meeder; his siblings, David Webb Jr, Sheleta (Gio) Camarda-Webb and his twin Michelle (Michael) Pope.

He is also survived by his mother and father-in-law, Larry and Carol Meeder; sister-in-law, Jennifer (Brad) Delawder and brother-in- law, Luke (Brenda) Meeder; his nieces and nephews, Madeleine Pope and Candis Ford, Kevin and Landen Meeder, Bradley and Kyle Cichra, and Sydney and Cade Delawder.

Michael lived as he wanted, doing the things that brought him joy. Riding thousands of miles on his motorcycle, chasing trails in his ATV, target shooting, laughing over memories with his childhood friends, singing and making up new words to songs. Michael enjoyed tinkering in “his garage” with his “toys”.  His best quality though was his desire and ability to bring people together, friends old and new, to share in good fellowship.

He and Megan shared lots of love, laughs and adventures over their 22 years. Meeting at Michael’s home away from home, the gym, side by side they went in to completely renovate their late 1800’s home, which he held such pride. He hung on for her crazy trips all over the country. But most of all he loved to dance with his wife.

Family and friends will be received on Tuesday November 7th from 2-8 PM in the Huntsman Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc. of Rochester (502 Adams St.) where a funeral service will be held on Wednesday November 8, 2023 at 11 AM. By Rev. Gary Dindinger and Rev. Bryan Crawl.

20 thoughts on “Michael Leon Webb

  1. Megan I am sorry for the loss of Michael. My thoughts and prayers are with you and if there is anything that I can do, please let me know. Love you, Tammy

  2. This is such a tragic loss. Mike will be so incredibly missed. He touched everyone in some way. Truly a remarkable man. My deepest condolences 💐

  3. I am so sorry for your loss. Michael was one of kindest men ever and was always smiling. He touched the Class of 90 from Freedom High and others. Comforting prayers and hugs for Megan, his family and friends . RIP Michael we will miss you!

    1. I knew Mike as Coach Webb when he coached our middle school football team at Freedom for a short time. He was a great example of respect and patience. Rest in Heaven Coach Webb!

  4. Sorry to hear this, Meg! You will be in my thoughts and prayers. My father-in-law always spoke so fondly of Mike, when he was at SVH. Hopefully, your memories will bring you comfort and laughter in this time of sadness.

  5. I an so sorry for your loss. He was the sweetest man and will be greatly missed. Condolences to his family and friends♥️

  6. I grew up across the street from the Webb family and absolutely adored Michael! He was one of the kindest people I’ve ever met, always smiling and laughing. My heart is breaking for your family. Prayers for healing in this difficult time.

  7. To Aunt Jannie Megan and the entire Family of the Webb and Meeder Family. This is a truly a great lost for our Family! Cousin Michael was always happy , polite all around in awesome young man. Michael you came out to Family Gathering and we all enjoyed you laughing , telling stories I will remember you letting my Theresa drive your beautiful Tesla and I was in the back seat, you telling me that I can afford to buy one! Thank You for the laughs! You are truly are going to be missed your entire Family and Friend’s Rest In Peace and this is not good-bye we will see you again! Your Family

  8. Megan, I’m so sorry for your loss. Mike was a super guy to work around. We called him KEEFY because he was always singin Keith Sweat songs. My deepest sympathy to you and both families. ( Rev.21-3-4 ) promises a future where death will be no more. May Jehovah God comfort you, Jean ( BEAN ) WILLIAMS

  9. there are no words to really express how i feel. Megan you don’t know me I must say I’m sending my heartfelt condolences to you and both of you guys families, I just recently met Micheal in August of this year, and my, my, my did we/you/your family and his family lose such a very special, sweet soul. Well, Michael you where wanted by someone GREATER than we/us/them. May you Rest with the Best

  10. I worked with Mike at Presby and the VA.. I am so thankful that I was able to see him recently. There are not many people that you see year after year with nothing but a giant smile to greet you every single time, but Mike was that one!! He will be missed so much.

  11. Very sorry for your loss. I went to high school and played football with Mike. He was a really nice guy and a good teammate. He will be sorely missed.

  12. I am very sorry to hear of the sudden passing of Mike. I went to high school with him. He was truly a wonderful caring person always making people laugh. My deepest sympathies to your entire family during this difficult time. 🙏🏼

  13. Webbie, the world is a little darker without you in it. Catching up this summer made me remember all the amazing memories from high school. You were the best of us and your smile, your hugs, your laugh and your ability to make everyone feel better is what I will treasure forever.

    I am sending prayers to all of Mike’s family. I thank you for sharing him with us.

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