Robert Webster Kehr - An Uncle Whom I am Named After!!!

He has a plaque at Leavenworth National Cemetery in Leavenworth County, Kansas, USA

He was a civilian engineer who worked for the military in building the Alaskan Highway (and perhaps another highway) which was part of the war effort to move troops during World War 2.

He was killed in a plane crash when he was going home, I would assume for Christmas because it was winter time and I assume the airplane wings froze up and thus the airplane did not make it over a mountain.

No bodies were recovered from the plane because of the ice and snow at the mountain top. Bears ate the bodies before rescuers could make it to the plane.

He has a nephew who was named after him: Robert Webster Kehr who is a retired cancer researcher of natural medicine and who currently lives with one of his daughters, Margene Furnell and her family, in Lees Summit, Missouri. Her husband is Jason Furnell and they have four children, but only two of them are still at home.

Webster and his late-wife Marit (who was born in Norway and who died in 2016) have seven children and Webster was one of three people who founded the Independent Cancer Research Foundation and their website: Webster worked with about 13,000 cancer patients before he retired to spend full-time working on his anti-evolution website -