My wife Theresa (Tree) and I were so saddened to learn of Bradleys passing. We live off Stone Point, just up the road, and for many years as I or we ran up and down Logging Road with our Irish setters, Bradley always waved and often yelled out a greeting. He was such a great guy. He also thoughtfully always slowed way down when driving and seeing us running. The garden was always such a work of art, and this year we thought he was just taking a break from it. We also marveled at his firewood stack that seemed as long as a football field. His cucumber prices, 10 cents, or three for a quarter, were much appreciated. We were away when he passed, then later heard the sad news. We really miss seeing him out working on his yard and garden. Scott and Tree Mercer 4 Stone Point Cape Neddick
A candle was lit by Missi (Flowers) Taylor
on July 15, 2017 11:03 AM
Message from Jim Jellison
July 14, 2017 3:29 PM
I am sorry to here of Brad's passing. A great guy who I grew up with in York Beach with found memories of his parents stores. I had the privillege also of working with Brad for many years at the Cape Neddick Country Club back in the old 9 hole days. A great guy who will be missed.
Message from Kathy Grover Small
July 14, 2017 2:53 PM
Mary, so sorry to hear of Brad's passing. May God give you peace at this time.
A candle was lit by Christine Olson
on July 14, 2017 10:39 AM
A candle was lit by Brian M Chase
on July 14, 2017 8:22 AM
Message from The Pratts
July 14, 2017 7:22 AM
You will truly be missed Mr. Webber....Driving by your house several times a day always put a huge smile on my face as I love your yard and how you were such a perfectionist. Every time you saw me, you would always give a wave. I'll miss that. :( Rest in Peace Mr. Webber. Thoughts and prayers to your family.
A candle was lit by The Pratts
on July 14, 2017 7:18 AM
A candle was lit by Elaine Thomas
on July 14, 2017 6:16 AM
Message from Jo Ann Turner
July 12, 2017 11:09 AM
Dear Family of Brad Weber, I was so sad to learn of his passing. I have lived around the corner from Mr. Weber for 27 years. I have had a rare occasion to speak with him as I was always rushing to work but always a wave. My husband and daughters and I loved watching the beautiful garden grow and watching for Santa on the bridge. We were surprised a few years ago when Santa moved behind the house and always wondered why. Wish I had stopped to ask I might have gotten to know him. Just know we have always admired his work. Strange to say how much we will miss someone that unfortunately we did not know. I almost stopped again a week ago because there was no garden just to ask if everything was okay. Just take comfort in knowing that he is okay now and he is planting his big garden in heaven. He has taught me a lesson in the future I will always take the time to stop. We will miss him. I am extremely sorry for your loss. Stewart, Jo Ann, Elizabeth and Sarah Turner 5 StoneyBrook Cape Neddick