Webster `Webb` Bruce Waterman
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Webster `Webb` Bruce Waterman
December 30, 1954 -- January 21, 2018

Webster “Webb” Bruce Waterman, passed away on January 21, 2018 peacefully surrounded by his loving family. Webb is survived by his beautiful wife, Beth Reichmeier-Waterman, his son, Zachary, his son Eli (Sarah) and grandson Atticus, as well as his mother and father, Carol and Webb, and sisters Cathy, Lori, and Kelly. Webb was a Kansas City sports enthusiast and fan of the Chiefs, Royals, and Jayhawks. He enjoyed sharing his love of sports with his sons, coaching them in baseball and reminding them to always maintain a ‘level swing’. Webb was a life-long guitarist and musician, lead guitarist of the band Missouri, and performed concerts with such rock legends as Willie Nelson, the Grateful Dead, ZZ Top, Rush, The Cars and the Rolling Stones. Webb and Beth married in Kaiui, Hawaii in 2008 and came home to reside in Overland Park, KS with their animals. Recently, Webb was lead guitarist in Ten Shades of Red. In his later years, Webb loved long walks with his wife and dogs, and was a regular volunteer with his wife at the SPCA animal rights organization. The couple also enjoyed volunteering for the Special Olympics and Catholic Charities.

A Celebration of Life is planned for 6:00 pm, Thursday, January 25th at Porter Funeral Home, 8535 Monrovia, Lenexa Ks. Viaitation will begin at 5:00 pm. Donations are accepted in lieu of flowers for the support of the Great Plains SPCA and Catholic Charities.

Additional Service: Memorial Service
Location: Porter Funeral Home
Address: 8535 Monrovia St.
City: Lenexa
State: KS
Zip Code: 66215
Date: January 25, 2018
Time: 6:00 PM
Additional Information: A Celebration of Life is planned for 6:00 pm, Thursday, January 25th at Porter Funeral Home, 8535 Monrovia, Lenexa Ks. Viaitation will begin at 5:00 pm. Donations are accepted in lieu of flowers for the support of the Great Plains SPCA and Catholic Charities.
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Condolences

RUSSELL K. JENSEN January 24, 2018

Longtime friends with Webb Sr and Carol Fountain Hills , Arizona

Dear Carol, So sorry to hear of Webb JRS passing. We mourn with you and will keep you in our prayers. Love, Pat and Russ.


Cathy and David Rose January 24, 2018

Cousin Enter your city , Kentucky

Dear family, We are greatly saddened to learn of Webb's passing. We send our heartfelt sympathy and prayers for strength in the days ahead. Know that we are thinking of you and love you.


Mike and Elena Powell January 25, 2018

Enter your relationship with Webster `Webb` Bruce Waterman Kansas City , Missouri

We are so sorry to hear of Webb's passing. We knew him from Eli's youth baseball days and remember well his "level swing" instruction. We pray for your family for an extra measure of comfort and strength now and in the days ahead.


Kelly Hostetler January 26, 2018

friends Tucson , Arizona

Love you Webb, I am so sorry to see you have passed away. Thought of you often over the last years. I wish I had made the effort to find you.


Luke Roberts March 18, 2018

Old band mate Loveland , Colorado

I am so sorry to hear about Web's passing. I played bass in an old band with him named "Alexis" along with Dan Billings and Dan Holloway. I could be completely wrong about this but I always remember him spelling his name with 1 b (Web vs Webb) and it wan't until it was "misspelled" on the "Welcome two Missouri" liner notes that he started spelling it with 2 b's. Again, my condolence on his passing.