Webb, Pauline (Woody)

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August 5, 1927 - July 5, 2018

Webb, Pauline (Woody)

Pauline Webb of 3034 Eric Lane, Farmers Branch, Texas, passed away on 5 July 2018 and will be inurned in the Veterans DFW National Cemetery with her husband, Guy, who passed away in 2010.  They married in April 1945 and were the proud parents of two sons: William Gary Webb, married to Anna Bolme and have two children: Michael J. and Kala M., living in Mandeville, LA, and Gregory Lynn Webb, married to Kathleen Hartman and have two children: Clayton L. and Victoria A., living in Burleson, TX.

Pauline retired from General Electric in 1989 and went to work for American Airlines and retired with them in 2005.  She loved to travel and their family had many memorable vacations.

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Al & Marsha Crawford

February 02, 2019 1:37PM

We were truly sad to learn of Polly's passing last year. We looked forward to her calls and cards and will miss her. Our deepest sympathy to her family.

Julia LaFayette

October 30, 2018 3:51PM

I met your parents about 20-25 years ago when I purchased a van from your dad. He was very nice and would check on the van and did some work on it for me. Your mom was a joy to talk with also. She had such joy for life, a beautiful smile and a sweet disposition.I would stop by and check on her about every other month after your father passed away. She was happy most of the time. Some days she would be lonely but her spirit kept her smiling. I am so sorry for your loss. They both spoke highly of their sons and grandchildren. She loved talking about her trips in the past and going to the Admiral's Club at American Airlines. I am so happy she was able to experience so much in life. My condolences to all your family.

John Bowling

July 08, 2018 2:55PM

As a neighbor of Pauline for over 16 years, we spoke often in the alley that separated our homes when she would walk Peanut. She was always so very happy and cheerful. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her children. She will be remembered in the best of ways and we will all miss her.