Obituary for \r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t Clifford Webb Jr.\n\n\r\n\t\t\t\tOn July 31st, 2017, Clifford Webb Jr. started celebrating his birthday for eternity as he entered the heavenly realm above. We know he was greeted by family and friends who had left this earth life before him. They greeted him with open and loving arms and when they asked how he was, we are certain he replied as he always did in this earth life "It's the best day of my life". He always made people feel good with his offbeat sense of humor so we are certain he is entertaining those above as he did those on earth. He was a happy, and positive thinker. His attitude and love of life made all those who knew him feel a little better about their lives and themselves.\n\nCliff was born on March 20, 1933 in Barnabas, West Virginia. He went to military school in Tennessee from the age of 6-12 years old. \n\nHe met the love of his life in Arizona, and the two were married in Tokyo, Japan, while serving in the United States Air Force. When he was discharged two years later , he and his wife were sealed in the Los Angeles Temple.\n\nHe was a great success in life and had a love of learning. He graduated with honors from Arizona State University in just two and half years. He went on to graduate training from University of California Los Angeles, San Diego School of Medicine and received a PhD from the American Institute of Hypnotherapy.\n\nHe enjoyed public speaking and won the National Toastmasters speaking competition and soon became known as one of the greatest motivational speakers in the country. He and his wife then began doing motivational seminars throughout the country and conducted over 500 seminars motivating and instructing over 100,000 individuals on ways to improve their lives.\n\nClifford Webb was very active in the LDS church and was made a bishop when he was 28 years old. He was also on the High Council, an Institute and Seminary Teacher, and many other church positions, but one of his treasured callings was as a teacher of the” very rowdy 12-13 year old Sunday school class.” His greatest love was missionary work and during his motivational seminars he handed out The Book of Mormon as a souvenir from Utah. From this experience there were several attendees who eventually joined the LDS church.\n\nHis great humor, charisma, and enjoyment of those around him made him the center of attention in everyone’s eyes. He will be loved and remembered by thousands of people who owe their appreciation for life to him. He gave his life to service for others and spent all his free time helping those in need. Most of all, he will be remembered by his wife and family with great love and appreciation. They will miss him but they are happy that he is relieved of his pain and suffering. He will miss his family but he knows, as his family knows, they will all be together in the eternities. \n\nHe will be greatly missed by his wife, Dawn, and his children, Cynthia Jaramillo (Jim), Debra Andersen (Rob), Tamme Shiflett (Will),and Tiffany Lane (Scott),and his 14 grandchildren and his 8 great grandchildren. He loved each one of his family members and his motto was “Family Comes First”. He is preceded in death by his father Clifford Webb and mother, Maxine Browning.\n\nPlease join us in a celebration of his life on Saturday, August 5, starting at 2:00 pm, at Mountain Shadows 8th Ward, 8173 South 3200 West, West Jordan. His gravesite service will be Monday, August 7, at Camp Williams at 11:00.