Joe Webb
Funeral Date: 10/5/2013

Joe Webb, age 77, of Warren, Arkansas died Saturday, October 5, at Chapel Woods Nursing Home, Warren. He was born June 10, 1936 in Wisconsin a son of the late Joseph Francis Webb and Frances Zearman Webb. He was a roofer. Surviving are 3 sons Billy Webb, Monticello, Ark, Kenneth Webb, Denver, Colo. And Matt Webb, Warren, Ark; 4 daughters Linda Mills, Whitehall, Ark, Connie Cassidy, Magnolia, Ark, Sherry Watson and Christine Forrest both of Warren, Ark; 1 brother Bobby Webb of Wisconsin; 2 sisters Patricia Webb and Betty Webb both of Wisconsin; 16 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery by Frazerís Funeral Home.



Name: Barbara Newman
Message: Christine, So sorry for the loss of your dad.Will keep you and the family in my prayers.

Name: Debbie Henry
Message: Kristeen im so sorry for your loss will be praying for you

Name: Jackie & Jerry Johnson
Message: Christine, I am so sorry. I have been out of town all weekend and just got home.

Name: James & Tanya
Message: Christine & Marty, We are so sorry for your loss. You know we are here for you if you need anything!!

Name: Donna McDougald
Message: So sorry to read of Mr Joe passing. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers during this sad time. Always enjoyed my conversations with him over a cup of coffee,he will be missed

Name: bobby thompson
Message: so sorry to hear about joe

Name: marty forrest
Message: So sorry about joe,he was always joking, laughing, and in good sprits.I will always remember all the good days we had and all the good laughs we had together.Every time I visited him at wagon placed he gave me a piece of gum and a cup of coffee.I will really miss him a lot,but I know he is in good health laughing and making jokes in heaven.

Name: christine forrest
Message: daddy your my best friend and my heart! I LOVE YOU SO MUCH , miss you daddy ? I will see you in heaven !!!!!

Name: Julie Rice Kinnaird
Message: I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm praying for the family.I only have fond memories of Joe. Love y'all