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Official Obituary of: Christopher Paul Webber, 33, on July 29, 2021

Christopher Paul Webber, 33, on July 29, 2021

WAREHAM – Christopher Paul Webber, 33, of Wareham passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, July 29, 2021. 

Born August 30, 1987 in Stoughton, he was the beloved son of Catherine Zutaut and husband Bernard of Wareham and Timothy Pacheco and wife Lisa of Raynham.  He was grandson of Barbara Flynn of Bridgewater, Martin Pacheco of Raynham, Marie Webber of Vermont and great-grandson of Catherine Walsh of Randolph.

Chris grew up in Middleboro and attended Middleboro High School.  He worked as a laborer in the construction industry, mainly concrete and masonry and was a member of Local 7 Ironworker’s Union in Boston.

He was a true outdoorsman and loved to fish.  His favorite fishing spot was a freshwater pond in Wareham where he’d catch freshwater bass.  He loved sports, especially the Patriots and had a ‘man crush’ on Tom Brady.  He played hockey when he was younger and loved watching the Bruins. 

Chris was creative as a talented writer and wrote many stories and poems and also a painter.  He also loved to read, memorize sports facts and study astronomy.  He was a spiritual man who was devoted to his faith.

Most of all Chris loved his son, whom he’d take on adventures.  Chris was also the ‘Pied Piper’ of kids who all loved being around him.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by his son, Jordan Webber and his mother Kimberly Fasulo;

Four siblings: Kenneth Pacheco of New Mexico, Jessica Pacheco of East Taunton, Colin Pacheco of Swansea and Kyle Pacheco of Swansea;

Also many loving step-brothers & step-sisters, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.

And his devoted companion, Kristin Sarafian.

He was grandson of the late Walter Webber, Jr., David Flynn and Leoda Pacheco.

A funeral service will be held on Friday, August 6 at 2 p.m. at Grace Church, 1 New Taunton Avenue, Norton, MA.  A celebration of life will follow at Lafayette Restaurant, 18 Lakeview Avenue in Taunton.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Teen Challenge, 572 Elmwood Avenue, Providence, RI 02907.

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  • Oh my dear Cathy and Bernie:  My heart goes out to you in great sympathy for such a tremendous loss.  Keep your memories of him close and he will always be with you.  May our dear Lord grant you peace in your heart now and in the time to come.  Sending you both my heartfelt sympathy and love.  

  • Christopher you were the cutest funniest little boy! I will never forget your talent of making up songs and making everyone laugh. You even made up a song called “sonic the hedgehog fruitsnacks” that my kids have heard a few times. Always smiling and polite as a young man. We know that you are at peace with our Holy Father. I’m sure that you are making all of the great ones laugh in Heaven. We are keeping all of your loved ones in prayer to find strength and guidance through this unbearable time. Rest in eternal peace❤️

  • ?❤️??❤️??. I pray for all of you that love him!!!  I’m so sorry for your loss!!!  ❤️❤️❤️

  • Rest in peace Chris, I remember you as a young boy playing hockey for Taunton bruins youth, good hockey player and a very sweet kid. Someone who I’m sure your son can be proud of. Prayers are with your family as they find peace, watch over them and keep them safe.

    Coach ken would be proud of all your accomplishment.

    RIP
    The O’Brien’s

  • Chris I will miss you soooo much, your laugh your smile your kind and caring spirit. I know you are in a better place now but I still can’t believe your not with us any more ??.  I will miss you so much ??? and you will not be forgotten.  You always helped everyone and you were a kind soul!  You will be in my prayers ❤? Lots of ?LOVE BETTY

  • [b]Rest in the sweetest peace Christopher. I know your soul has went to be with God and all those who have gone before you. I know you are at peace. That’s what gives us comfort. Watch over our boy and let him feel your spirit close to him on the days he needs you. [/b]

    [b]1 Peter 5:10 “And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace ,who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you”[/b]

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  1. [b]Rest in the sweetest peace Christopher. I know your soul has went to be with God and all those who have gone before you. I know you are at peace. That’s what gives us comfort. Watch over our boy and let him feel your spirit close to him on the days he needs you. [/b]

    [b]1 Peter 5:10 “And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace ,who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you”[/b]

  2. Chris I will miss you soooo much, your laugh your smile your kind and caring spirit. I know you are in a better place now but I still can’t believe your not with us any more ??.  I will miss you so much ??? and you will not be forgotten.  You always helped everyone and you were a kind soul!  You will be in my prayers ❤? Lots of ?LOVE BETTY

  3. Rest in peace Chris, I remember you as a young boy playing hockey for Taunton bruins youth, good hockey player and a very sweet kid. Someone who I’m sure your son can be proud of. Prayers are with your family as they find peace, watch over them and keep them safe.

    Coach ken would be proud of all your accomplishment.

    RIP
    The O’Brien’s

  4. ?❤️??❤️??. I pray for all of you that love him!!!  I’m so sorry for your loss!!!  ❤️❤️❤️

  5. Christopher you were the cutest funniest little boy! I will never forget your talent of making up songs and making everyone laugh. You even made up a song called “sonic the hedgehog fruitsnacks” that my kids have heard a few times. Always smiling and polite as a young man. We know that you are at peace with our Holy Father. I’m sure that you are making all of the great ones laugh in Heaven. We are keeping all of your loved ones in prayer to find strength and guidance through this unbearable time. Rest in eternal peace❤️

  6. Oh my dear Cathy and Bernie:  My heart goes out to you in great sympathy for such a tremendous loss.  Keep your memories of him close and he will always be with you.  May our dear Lord grant you peace in your heart now and in the time to come.  Sending you both my heartfelt sympathy and love.  

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