|Birth: ||Dec. 18, 1922|
|Death: ||Apr. 23, 2009|
Webb, Byrdie Snell
Mrs. Webb, 86 died, Thursday, April 23, 2009, at Trinity Nursing and Rehab in Clinton.
She will be buried in the Coffeeville City Cemetery on Monday, April 27, 2009. A graveside service will be held at 11 am. No visitation is planned.
Lakewood Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.
Mrs. Webb was born December 18, 1922, in Bryant MS to Leslie and Mary Snell, the seventh of eight children. In 1942 she married Homer Lamar Webb who she met while attending Moorehead Junior College in Moorehead, MS.
She and Homer lived for a short time in San Antonio, Texas, but also lived in Greenville MS from 1947 to 1964 before they moved to the Jackson area. In Greenville the family enjoyed many years as active members of Parkview Baptist Church then joined Parkway Baptist Church the first Sunday they were in Jackson.
Mrs. Webb was always devoted to children and, for all of her years as a member of Parkview and Parkway, worked in the pre-school area. Parkway was her life and her Parkway family faithfully visited her and prayed for her during her illness. We are so thankful for this precious congregation.
For the past 3 years Mrs. Webb has been a resident of Trinity Nursing Home in Clinton due to a stroke in 2006. Prior to that she and Homer lived in Woodmoor Subdivision where they were blessed with the most wonderful neighbors possible. Many thanks to all that cared for our parents, especially Andi McDaniel and Janet Strong.
Our precious mother is now in heaven with Homer, who she called "Bevo," and is most likely sitting patiently while listening to him play the ukulele and sing one of his "I composed it myself" songs.
Those blessed to have her as a mother are her children, Paul Webb (Judy) of Pearl, Terry Webb (Melba) of Clinton, Marilyn Allen (Mac) of Clinton, and Billy Webb (Tracy) of Vanleer, TN. She is also survived by ten grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
She also leaves her only surviving sibling, her sister, Thelma Rae Harbour of Coffeeville, MS along with many nieces and nephews.
For any who may want to honor Mrs. Webb's memory, please do not send flowers, but just spend quality time with your family and friends…especially the children … and share with them the love of our Heavenly Father.
Published in the Clarion Ledger on 4/24/2009
Coffeeville City Cemetery
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Originally Created by: Mona Hura
Record added: Apr 24, 2009
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