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Colts Fan Danny Webber Passed Away Today

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B-B    350

Thought people would want to know an update on Danny.

It's been reported that Danny Webber, the man who's dream was fulfilled by the Colts this past October passed away today. RIP Danny, you're an awesome person, and a great Colts fan.

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ConBro    370

RIP Danny. You were a great inspiration to Colts Nation. Thank you as well for your service in the United States Navy! I am truly grateful that you were able to be a part of this amazing season, and see it through to the end. God Bless!

 

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JlynRN    600

RIP Danny !!!  I love watching the video of him attending his first game and getting to meet Andrew and the others !!  Glad the Colts were able to make his dream come true :)

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BNS    135

R.I.P. Mr. Webber....I'm glad you were able to enjoy your dream of attending a game and meeting Andrew Luck.  The Colts organization is first class, all the way.  I'm sure things like this happen at every home game, and it's great!!!

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ConBro    370
RIP Danny !!!  I love watching the video of him attending his first game and getting to meet Andrew and the others !!  Glad the Colts were able to make his dream come true :)

THat video makes me cry every time. The look on Mr. Webber's face when he meets Andrew is amazing :)

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MSColtsFan    54

I just showed that to my wife who is now looking like Alice Cooper, and is cursing me for making her cry uncontrollably.  I would have looked like Alice Cooper too, if men wore eye makeup.  There is nothing greater than to witness pure joy.  For that moment, you see joy.  What a great story, what a great man.  Thanks for posting that. 

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Susie Q    1,348

RIP Danny  and I too am glad that you got to meek Mr Luck and had first class treatment  at your first Colts Game. Prayers and thoughts go out to his family and friends.

 

Thank you Mr Irsay for making his wish come true.

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John Waylon    1,846

I'm glad to see he got to experience the whole magical ride this season was.

Now he'll have the best seat in the house at Lucas Oil Stadium for every Colts game from here on out.

On a sidenote, I think it would be a good gesture to send the comments from this thread to the family, would anyone know the best way to accomplish that?

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Coltsfan911    13

Rest in Peace Mr. Webber my thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.  I am glad that the Colts were able to grant Danny his last wish by meeting Andrew Luck, Coach Pagano and many other of the Colts players,   I was at the Jaguars game that Mr. Webber attended it was touching the way he was treated by everyone that day.

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Coltsfan911    13

Dan Webber

Webster Dan Webber, 74, of Knightstown, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, at Heritage House of Greensburg following an extended illness. He was born Oct. 19, 1938, in New Castle, the son of Darwin and Laura (Lisher) Webber.

Dan retired from Indiana Knitwear in Greenfield after 30 years of service. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy Seabees serving from 1955 to 1961. He was an avid Colts fan, founder of the Knightstown Crime Watch and a member of the Knightstown American Legion Post 152. Dan was also an avid fisherman and fished in many bass tournaments. He was appointed a state and area representative for American Bass Fisherman. He caught his first big bass at the age of 10 and continued to land big ones in his career of Pro Bass Fishing.

Dan is survived by: Ramona Webber; children: Joe Siler, Cindy Webber, Michael Evans, Tina Outt, Bobby (Brenda) Eoff; grandchildren: Jonas, Jessica, Tyler (Melissa) Outt, Allison (Justin) Cart, Bradley Elliott, Bryce & Breanna Eoff, Michelle Evans; great grandchildren: Andrew Patrick, Daymin Outt, Bailey Outt, Prescot Outt and Brandon Burk Jr.; and a cousin: Pat Snider.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter: Pam Thomas.

Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 12, at Hinsey-Brown Funeral Service Knightstown Chapel with Pastor Steve Rayburn officiating. Burial will follow in Glen Cove Cemetery. Military rites will be conducted by the Knightstown American Legion and an active duty contingent of the U.S. Navy. Friends may call from 4-8 p.m. Friday. You may express a condolence or share a memory of Dan at www.hinsey-brown.com.

Jan. 9, 2013

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NewColtsFan    12,970

RIP Danny....

 

 

So glad your last year was such a wonderful year for the Colts and for you to enjoy!    And glad you also got meet Andrew!

 

Now you get to watch the rest of the Colts games from the Best Seats in the House!!!

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MIColtsFan    272

Beautiful story, beautiful person. May he rest in peace and may his family and care takers find comfort knowing he enjoyed this past Colts season andto have lived a good life. God Bless those care takers, what wonderful people.

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Old Colt    200
I just showed that to my wife who is now looking like Alice Cooper, and is cursing me for making her cry uncontrollably.  I would have looked like Alice Cooper too, if men wore eye makeup.  There is nothing greater than to witness pure joy.  For that moment, you see joy.  What a great story, what a great man.  Thanks for posting that. 

DITTO!

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