Webb Slack

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Surrounded by family and friends at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Hamilton on Sunday June 2, 2019 at the age of 76 years. Beloved husband of 25 years to Marjorie (Reynolds) Slack. Loving father of Chris & Shari, Kevin & Marlon, Darryl & Sepideh, Sarah, Becca, Katie Ann, and Victoria. Dear Grandpa to Webby and Tyler, and Farm Papa to Carter and Jaxon. Great grandpa to Ayden. Brother of Marlene & Ron Link. Uncle to Lori, Larry, Brenda, Ronnie, Darlene, and Julia. Brother-in-law of Dorothy & Bruce Gordon, and John & Susan Reynolds. Admired by Danny and Kane. A well-respected man of the community, a lifelong and steadfast farmer, and the proprietor of the Hagersville Auction Centre. Webb will be missed and lovingly remembered by friends, family, and the community.  The family will honour his life with visitation at the Hyde & Mott Chapel, R.H.B. Anderson Funeral Homes Ltd., 60 Main Street, South, Hagersville on Saturday from 1-4 and 6-8 p.m. Funeral Service will be held at the Hagersville Auction Centre, 97 First Line, Hagersville on Sunday June 9, 2019 at 2 p.m. Interment at the Gore Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Hagersville Baptist Church, Camp Oneida or the West Haldimand General Hospital.  www.rhbanderson.com


Posted by Webby on
Grandpa thank you so much for teaching me everything I know, teaching me what hard work is all about, and most of all thank you for
Being a man that a boy could look up to and idolize, you were definitely a role model if there ever was one. I’ll miss you more then words can say.
Posted by Darryl on
Good bye Dad, you will be missed by many. I love you
Posted by Marc Willard on
He was as good a man as I ever knew. Thanks for taking me under your wing and leading by an example that is hard to follow. Happy trails buddy.
Posted by Kevin on
I an waving back to you, Dad. Thank you for the hug. I am a little out of words right now, so I am stealing some from Whitman. I love you.

When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom’d,
And the great star early droop’d in the western sky in the night,
I mourn’d, and yet shall mourn with ever-returning spring.
Posted by Tyler on
To my loving grandfather , I could never thank you enough for all the learning experiences I had with you I will cherish all the memories forever ,
Your great grandson will be sure to know how good of a man you really are . I’ll always love and miss you grandpa , until we meet again
Posted by Omar on
Hello Mrs. Slack & Family,
For the very short time that I had the pleasure of knowing Mr. Slack it was a fun time, I was looking forward to many more years of fun with him and learning from him but I am truly grateful that I got at least some time!
I will never forget him, will miss him! What a man!!
Posted by Lorena Boughner on
I am truly sad at the loss of such a well respected community member. My condolances to the family and community a like.
Posted by debbie gould on
heartfelt condolonces from both Laurie and I at this time..Webb was a wonderful man and we certainly had the pleasure in knowing him with his family each week at church..God bless you Webb...free from pain...love and prayers to his wife and all his family
Posted by Elana Bacher on
My sincerest condolences to Webbie's family. I cherish the memories of playing with all the cousins at the Bacher reunion all those years ago. Then, we had all the time in the world ahead of us. By the comments above Webbie lived a very full & happy life. I will be thinking of his family, especially Marlene, this weekend as we bid farewell.
Posted by Valerie Madill on
So sorry to hear about your father's passing. Our deepest sympathy to you, Marlon & your family.
Valerie & John
Posted by Marilyn Mumby on
As a horse crazy teenager in 70's Webb and his grandfather (also Webb) always made sure there was a horse or pony on hand for me to ride. Webb let me ride his horse Diablo to meet up with my friends and ride back to the Mud Road for many trail rides. A lot of wonderful memories.

Marilyn (Kett) Mumby
Posted by Darryl on
I rode Diablo too when i was a kid....remember feeding him apples from grandmas mcintosh tree....what a rough day for me....thanks to everyone who helped in tranforming the salebarn for the service.....on our way back home, we stopped (my wife Sepideh and the grandson webb)... at the cemetary to say goodbye once again and keep my dad company some.....will miss u lots dad..
Posted by Karlo Ribaric and Debbie Embry on
So sorry to hear of your loss.You have our deepest condolences.
Posted by Tyler slack on
I love you so much grandpa , miss you tons,still cant believe your actually gone i miss your smile and laugh , your enthusiasm of being a farmer blew my mind, your the best grandfather i could ever ask for and ill always think about you . ill see you again 1 day . love you gramps.
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