In Memoriam : Judith Webb

Judith Webb Judith Ann Webb - age: 75
(September 05, 1944 to September 18, 2019 )
Resident of Ewing, Illinois

Visitation Information:
10:00 a.m. Saturday, September 21, 2019
The Home of Judy Webb
13381 Webb Hill Road
Ewing, Illinois 62836

11:00 a.m. Saturday, September 21, 2019
First Free Will Baptist Church Activity Building
1208 East Bond Street
Benton, Illinois 62812

Judith Ann Webb, 75, of Ewing; died Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at her home.

Per her wishes, Mrs. Webb will be cremated.

A Memorial Celebration of Life Service will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, September 21, 2019 at her home 13381 Webb Hill Road, Ewing, IL, with Nathan Dilliner officiating.
A Fellowship Dinner will immediately follow the Celebration of Life Services. The Fellowship Dinner will be held at the First Free Will Baptist Church Activity Building, 1208 East Bond Street, Benton, IL 62812. Arrangements are through the Leffler Funeral Home of Benton.

Judy was born on September 5, 1944 in Benton, Illinois, the daughter of W.C. McKinnon and Violet Mildred (Naylor) McKinnon. She married Jay Douglas Webb on October 17, 1964 and he preceded her in death on October 2, 2013.

Judy, along with her late husband and their son Shannon, owned and operated Webb’s Hill Farms of Ewing.

She was a member of the Franklin County Home Extension. She enjoyed attending various local churches and enjoyed listening to Gospel music.

She also enjoyed traveling and taking trips, going out to eat with her close friends, listening to Elvis Presley music. But, most of all she enjoyed spending time with her granddaughter Josie.

Survivors include her son Shannon Webb and wife Tracey of Ewing; granddaughter Josie Lee Webb of Ewing; a sister Mary McKinnon of Benton; and several nephews, nieces and cousins.

Judy was preceded in death by her parents, husband, a brother Jim McKinnon, and a sister Donna Ellis.

Memorial contributions in memory of Judy Webb, may be made to the organization of the donor's choice.

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Brenda Gwaltney - September 22, 2019Contact this person Contact this person
Shannon and family--I was so sorry to learn of your mother's death. I remember her as a very warm, friendly person. When I taught at Ewing School, I had a great deal of respect for her and so appreciated her friendly smile. I understand some of what you're feeling now, because my own mother died very unexpectedly of a brain aneurysm a number of years ago. I pray that God will help you, as He helped me and my family, adjust to the huge shock such a sudden death causes. May He fill the void you feel with wonderful memories of special times you spent together and with the words of those whose lives she influenced. Over time, may you also come to recognize that her sudden death also has an element of blessing to it--that she didn't have a lingering illness that caused much suffering. My prayers will be with you all as you adjust. Sincerely, Brenda (Seibert) Gwaltney

Mary Ann Eskew - October 1, 2019Contact this person Contact this person
I am so fortunate that I got to spend time with Judy when I was in Benton in June. We had a great time catching up and remembering the times we spent together growing up. We also made plans to get together again. I will see her on the other side.