Death is no respecter of persons. He takes youth in its prime and beauty, manhood in its strength, old age in its weakness and finally the summoning of Bertha Mae Buckhannon Webb to “Come on Home”.
Bertha Mae Webb, 84 of Wolf Summitt left this Earth on January 10, 2021. She was born in Nutter Fort on June 7, 1936, a child of James Emery Buckhannon Sr. and Barbara Ellen Murphy Buckhannon.
In addition to her parents, Bertha was preceded in death by her husband of nearly fifty years, Charles Edward Webb Sr; two sons, Charles Edward (Chico) Webb Jr. and Jeffery Ogden Webb Sr.; two sisters, Charlotte Rella Junkins and Mary Ellen Kesling; five brothers, Harold, James, Charles, Eugene and Patrick Buckhannon.
Bertha is survived by one son Gregory Dale Webb Sr., his wife Donna Jean DeGarmo Webb, their children, Gregory Dale Webb Jr and wife Ashley, Megan Lea Webb Hickman and husband Logan and their children, Leighton Grace and Lexi Elaine, and Emily Jean Webb; one daughter-in-law, Sonia Ann Kidd Webb and children, Sarah Ann Webb Angotti and husband Joseph and children, Scarlett Ann and Josephine Michelle, Abby Michelle Webb Cottrill and husband Sean and children, Mason Nicholas and Madison Jo, Jeffery Ogden (JJ) Webb Jr. and wife Laken, Christofer James (Jamie) Webb and wife Haley; one daughter Prudy Faith Webb Gill and husband Richard and their daughter Kristin Marie Gill Doty, husband Rich and their children, Kinsley Faith and Paisley Harper.
Her eldest granddaughter was raised as her own child therefore she is indeed a daughter, Nicole Lynn Webb Lloyd and husband Shane and her children, Brooke Logan DeLong Fisher and husband Logan and their children, Peyton Joyce and Liam Maverick, and Gabrielle (Gabbie) Elisabeth Diane DeLong, and Mackenzie Gayle Delong.
Bertha graduated from Roosevelt Wilson High School with the class of 1954, and West Virginia Business College where she studied stenography and Business Administration. She studied tax accounting at Fairmont State and the Holy Scripture at Salem College.
She was a member of The Bible Baptist Temple and the Harrison County Genealogy.
Her body has been donated to the Human Gift Registry. Therefore, there will not be a visitation. However, there will be a Song and Praise memorial service at the Bible Baptist Temple at a later date. Davis Funeral Home is assisting and honored to serve the Webb family.
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