Tracy Webber Obituary, Death – We are deeply saddened to inform you of the passing of Tracy Webber, who was a co-owner of The Village Ice Cream Factory. If you are in a position to, please lend your support to Don and the store. @thevillageicecreamfactory My spouse, who was also a co-owner of The Village Ice Cream Factory, passed away unexpectedly last night, and it is with a heavy heart that I share this news with you. I am in utter disbelief and disbelief. Since 1999, we have been a committed couple, and we tied the knot in 2013.
He was my steady support and the voice of reason, but he is no longer here. My mother, father, and sister will be arriving in town today, tomorrow, and Wednesday. I will get the shop ready for today, and the hours will be from 3 to 8 pm; however, as I continue the process of grief, I will be required to close the shop on Tuesday and Wednesday. If you are able to contribute anything toward paying for the burial or maintaining the store’s operations, it would be greatly appreciated. Please guide me through this difficult period in my life. My wonderful next-door neighbors started a GoFundMe page.
GoFundMe says; It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we have to share the unexpected passing of Tracy Webber, on January 8, 2023. He was a loving husband, brother, uncle, and friend. With all of the emotional pain and stress that death brings, it can also bring financial burdens. We would like to raise money for Tracy’s family.
Tracy’s dream was to own an ice cream shop and he and his partner are owners of The Village Ice Cream Factory. The Village Ice Cream Factory was established in the Fall/Winter of 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, in Multnomah Village, which is located in Southwest Portland.
It is in times of sadness and loss that people can come together to help one another make it through. Any support you may be able to provide would be greatly appreciated. Please keep Don and his family and friends in your thoughts and prayers.
Thank you in advance for your loving kindness.