Patrick Laird Webster

1957 ~ 2023

In everlasting memory of Patrick Webster...

Patrick was born April 23, 1957 in Kearns, Utah as the third of four sons to Byron and Alberta Webster. He grew up loving the outdoors and working with his hands. He could often be found cruisin' around town on his bicycle and then later on his motorcycle. He loved scenic road trips, fishing (by land or boat), camping, gardening, building things with his hands, and above all else, Patrick loved his family and friends.

Using his charm, motorcycle, and amazing hair, Patrick met, dated, then married Deborah Ann White on November 7, 1983 during an impromptu trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Declaring their love for each other instead of eating dinner, the two headed home to Utah where they eventually settled in Midvale with their two children Rhiannon L. and Alexander M. and created a loving home.

Patrick was an incredibly kind and loving person. He genuinely loved his wife, his children, his grandchildren, extended family, and friends. He is survived by his mother, two older brothers, wife, children, and grandchildren who will miss him terribly. Even when sick, Patrick was more interested in the lives of the staff who helped him than he was of his own care. He wanted to know where they grew up, how they ended up in Utah at the U Hospital and what their plans were in the future. The world is a darker place without him here to tell everyone "it will be okay" and to fill the sad void with funny stories. We can take comfort that Patrick is now able to visit with his father, younger brother, and nephew.

The Webster Family would like to thank all of the doctors and supporting staff at the University of Utah Hospital and Pulmonary Transplant Team, especially Dr. Raman Sanjeer, Dr. Matthew R Morrell, Dr. Barbara C Cahill, and Dr. Laura K Frye for all your knowledge and support during this long process.

A small Celebration of Life will be held on Wednesday January 25, 2023 at Larkin Sunset Gardens Rose Greenhouse from 6pm - 8pm-ish. Address: 1950 East 10600 South Sandy, UT 84092

In leu of flowers or gifts, please consider donating to the UofU Transplant Program so that others may get a second chance at life.
Link to donate:
Choose Project - Transplant Fund and donate in Memory of Patrick L Webster.


Patrick was a very Dear Man & will be greatly missed! My Sincere Sympathy to his family🍀

- Lory Davis

Patrick was a very Dear Man & will be greatly missed! My Sincere Sympathy to his family🍀

- Lory Davis

Debbie W , I am so sorry for You, and you're sweet family.. I know it's been a long road for you,and Patrick. Sending you love, and light, and a inner peace that will come with time, Being sick all the time is very hard on both Patient ,and Family. I miss working with you and Loni, we had good times and you always spoke of you're love for you're Hubby!

- Debbie D

Patrick was such an amazing neighbor, he helped us figure out how to do maintenance on our first home, he walked me through his beautiful garden and was so happy to share his bountiful harvest. He helped us feel at home and will be sorely missed!

- The Hartley’s

Debbie we're so sorry for the loss of a good husband, father and friend. Patrick truly was one of the last good men. I know we're saved by the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. In the book of Ecclesiastes chapter 12 verse 7, Solomon wrote Then the dust will return to the earth as it was, And the spirit will return to God who gave it.

- Darrell Tall