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Webb, Ilse Renate

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March 26, 1943 - June 13, 2021

Webb, Ilse Renate

Ilse Renate-Ramona Webb (Barbara Webb) born March 26, 1943, passed away on June 12, 2021, at her home in Irving, Tx. She is preceded in death by her husband of 44 years, Bobby Walter Webb. Her mother and father, Sophie, and Friedrich Schuster of Zweibrucken, Germany as well as her sister Christa Schuster and her Uncle Helmut Born also of Zweibrucken, Germany. She is survived by her brother and sister Karl-Heinz and Lizi Marschall of Zweibrucken, Germany. Her four children: Robert K. Webb (Kat Ritter), Friedrich W. Webb (Virginia Webb), Christa S. Carver, and Michelle N. Pugh (Denny Pugh). Her 13 Grand Children: Joey Stewart (Nicole Stewart), Brandon Ritter, Erin Webb, Skye Webb (Fredy Vasquez), Brandon Camp (Karina Camp), Monique Gibbons (William Gibbons), Sarah Taylor, Jacqueline Webb, Richard Taylor, Abby Webb, Friedrich Webb II, Stephanie Pugh, Sophia Carver. Her 8 Great grand-children Brianna Stewart, Joseph Stewart, Hannah Perez-Gibbons, John Stewart, Jacob Stewart, Edwynn McCrery, Ezra Vasquez, Elias Vasquez. Her Niece Christine Maas and husband Uwe, great-niece Janina Backs-Maas and husband Patrick (Children: Leni and Luca), Great-Niece Annica Reisel-Maas and husband Maximilian, Nephew Fritz and wife Eva great-niece and nephew Sabrina and husband Wesley and their son Eugene, Mira, and Vincent Schuster, Niece Tanja and husaband Marco Hoffmeister and son Noah, She is also survived by many “adopted” neighborhood kids, as she played the role of mom and nanny to anyone from the neighborhood. She held many titles: Daughter, sister, wife, Mom, Nanny, Bingo fanatic. She loved volunteering and she devoted many hours of time to AMVETS, Schools, nursing home and many other organizations. She had a passion for the US Armed forces and devoted a lot of time to raising awareness for POWMIA. She was an avid bingo player, Mavs, Rangers and Stars fan. She loved her Elvis Music, Patsy Cline, Kitty Wells, and many more artists. She had a love for dogs and cats and is survived by her “favorite adopted child” Jessie Jane (pit/dane mix). In lieu of flowers we ask that family and friends donate to one of the following organizations in her memory: DFW Humane Society, Wounded Warrior Project, AMVETS, St. Jude, Scottish Rite hospital, or the American Cancer Society. The Family wishes to thank all who have stopped by over the last several months, sent cards, called and sent well wishes and prayers, they have not gone unnoticed and were deeply appreciated.

 

Arrangements under the direction of

Aria Cremation Service and Funeral Home

1820 N. Belt Line Road

Irving, TX 75061

(972) 607-4400

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Michelle

July 06, 2021 9:15PM

Miss you mama.


Debbie Hearon

June 18, 2021 9:34AM

Condolences Aunt Barbara and prayers to your family. You will always be in my heart 🙏🏻


Shelby

June 17, 2021 10:45PM

Love you Nanny, and will miss the wonderful and caring grandmother you were to me.


Christine Maas

June 17, 2021 9:28AM

Condolence Ilse R. Webb


Robert

June 16, 2021 9:40PM

Love you mom


Christine Maas

June 16, 2021 12:04PM

You are allways with us, we'll take ya in our heart with loving memories, In Love your niece Christine & Uwe Maas


Brandon Camp

June 16, 2021 11:34AM

I love you Nanny so very much! I will always cherish and appreciate everything you did for all of us!! I’m gonna miss you so much!!! Thank you and fly high beautiful! ❤️


Fritz

June 16, 2021 11:23AM

We feel grief because we did not have enough time to spend with you. But the time, you will be a part of our hear, cannot be measured by human devices.

We miss you with all our heart and all our soul. Rest in peace, a life full of wonderful moments and people will be, what everyone remembers reminiscing about you.


Fritz

June 16, 2021 11:17AM

While life will end one day, our memories and thoughts will live through eternity