When he wasn’t hauling rock and building roads, he enjoyed every minute on his farm.He spent countless hours making his property immaculate and was proud of his accomplishment.He was a simple man and always put others before himself.Eddie was known to be a hard worker and an honest, dependable man. Eddie worked many years in the logging woods and began his own logging company that he proudly named Weems & Son’s Logging.She is also survived by Janet’s family, her devoted friend, Nancy Mc Willie, her brother Gordon Ferriss and wife Paulita, Nieces and Nephews, Susan Weber, Peg Cuthbert, Mark Ferriss, Gordon Ferriss, Jr. She also had a team of exceptional caregivers for whom we would like to give special thanks.A mass will be held at AM Saturday, October 14 at Holy Faith Catholic Church at 747 NW 43rd Street.Together they spent the next 20 years taking groups all around the world until they sold the business in 1996 to AAA Travel. Fla Chapter of ASTA, and avid bowler, boater and a lover of animals. Ferriss, mother, Marian Ferriss Krehnbrink, and brother William (Bud) Ferriss.She is survived by Janet Enwall, Hanna’s daughter who worked with them in the travel agency for 20 years and cared for her when she became ill.
It wasn’t until the birth of his grandson, Kace that he actually admitted he would rather stay home than work!
Her continued love of travel made her decide to open her own Travel Agency (House of Travel) in 1965.
In 1970 she was joined in business by her good friend Hanna Weston.
Eddie married the love of his life and soulmate, Cathy Shipp, on June 30, 1984. Many people note him as the most determined and hardest worker one has ever met.
After years of success in the logging industry, he eventually “retired” and began operating his two dump trucks to be at home more often.
Kenneth Albert “Toby” Webb passed away February 19 at his home in Crystal River, Florida.