Date: Monday 31st January 2022
A celebration of Paul's life will take place at Accrington Crematorium, Burnley Road, Accrington BB5 6HE Paul's funeral service will be live streamed for anyone unable to attend. To login to the service please visit www.obitus.com and enter the following username and password. Username: wupe1018 Password: 007166
Paul Andrew Webber
Peacefully at his home with his wife at his side on 19th January 2022, Paul aged 54 years of Green Howarth, formerly of Blackrod, Bolton. The adored and much loved husband and best friend of Michelle, loving dad of Liam, dear son of Margaret and Joe, loving brother of the late Elizabeth, dear brother-in-law of Jeff and a well respected relative and friend to many.
From the age of 17 Paul has worked at the Shakespeare Foundry in Bolton, working his way through the ranks to foundry manager, he was a hard worker and dedicated to his job. Paul was a well respected member of the workforce and over the years has made many good and loyal friends. He was an avid lifelong Manchester United supporter and season ticket holder in the Stretford End. Paul loved the outdoors and was at his happiest when out in the open air, he adored animals especially dogs, cats and horses, he enjoyed gardening and always kept his home in top condition carrying out all the DIY tasks. Paul could turn his hand to any job and was a whizz in the kitchen and loved to spend time creating delicious meals for his wife and soulmate Michelle and son Liam and his home brew wine and beer always went down a treat. Together the family have shared many wonderful holidays and always looked forward to a trip to their favourite destination Malta. Paul and Michelle where inseparable and everything they did, they did together.
Family flowers only please, donations can be made in memory of Paul on behalf Cancer Research & Macmillan Cancer Support. To make a donation please click the ‘Make A Donation’ button at the bottom of this page or send to the funeral directors.
MESSAGES for the family of Paul Andrew Webber
Jane & Shaun
I will treasure forever the time Paul took to speak to me in one of my darkest days after my diagnosis. Such a beautiful soul who will have a place in my heart forever x Jane
Ste Harrison and Family
Hi Michelle and Liam so sad to hear of Paul’s Passing, got fond memories of playing Sunday league football with Paul, for Barnstormers years ago. Also Sunday nights at 3 pigeons and Tavern on the Hill and of course the Beehive. He came on my stag do in Madrid too. Always strong but fair. Rest in peace pal. Candles burning bright in Our Ladies Aspull church for you. God Bless.
Sending our love and condolences from Darren Bradshaw, Helen and family Paul always be in our thoughts.
Sabina, a cousin of Paul’s
My deepest condolences to you on the sad loss of Paul. My thoughts and love are with you at this horrid time. May you be filled with joy at the many happy times you shared at the same time as you feel such grief at his loss.
My deepest condolences go out to you all. Fond memories of our childhood days growing up in Hattersley.Playing cricket, rounders Kirby and many more.Rest In Peace Paul, always remembered, never forgotten.Stay strong Michelle and hold onto the beautiful memories you have of life together ????????
Karen Connolly (Peg)
Dear Michelle, Liam and Pauls parents Margaret and Joe. I’m so sorry for the loss of Paul. He was a huge part of my childhood and we spent many happy times climbing trees and jumping rivers together with our friends. He was one of the loveliest people I have known in my life. We had a lovely childhood and I’m so grateful he was a huge part if it. My heart breaks for you all. Sending you all sincere condolences. Thinking of you all at this very, very sad time. Huge love to you all.
It was an honour to know Paul and work together, thinking of you all with Love.