Condolence & Memory Journal

Sorry to hear of the passing of Letha Webb. Her husband Billy Webb was my father's first cousin. I remember getting together with the Webb family in Houston before they moved to Austin. Letha made a strong impression on me that has stayed with me for over 60 years. RIP.
Uriel Hawe Jones

Posted by Uriel Hawe Jones - Houston, TX   July 19, 2019

She was a wonderful person. Full of life! She cared about everyone. I always missed her. I use to be her daughter in law

Posted by Rita McManus - Round Rock, TX - family   July 11, 2019

Ms Webb, you will be missed!
Thank you for so many great childhood memories! Longhorn Aquatics and riding horses. You always had a smile on your face and a giggle to lift our spirits. No one will ever make a better potato salad. Thank you for being such a good friend to my Mom too. So so many years.
Holding your hand the other day meant so much to me...
Heaven gained another angel. Heart goes out to the Webb family. She was such a great lady!

Posted by Kelly Breazeale - Austin, TX - Family Friend   March 28, 2019

Kimi&Mike, Billy, Gary&Betty ,Lane
I'm sorry too hear about the best boss I ever had in high schools and beyond. You Mom and grandmother Lane was such fun and demanding but sweet about it. Would meet me every morning bright and early with the chickens from Randalls she had just picked up for me to prepare and get on the BBQ grill for lunch and dinner that day. (We always ran out at lunch so I would have to go back to Randalls after the rush for more. She had the patients to teach me the banner pudding secret recipe. Our family still to this day make the patatosaled for each gathering and mother sometimes will just make a small batch and call me to come get my share of it.

I'm going to miss her but will think of all the fun we had the 5-7yr. I worked for Billy and Letha
Billy and I were in the dog house most morning really just Billy for not stoking the fire thru the night!!!!!

I love all.

My prayers are with all of you

Posted by Ty Webb - Austin, TX - Family Friend   March 25, 2019

As the youngest of 4 boys, I was left behind and could only stare out the window as my brothers climbed into that glorious Dodge van. Once I was old enough, I was able to experience Webbwood and Letha Webb. It was like my second home. She was so motherly and nurturing to me, I could not wait to return each day. Thank yo for being a part of my life and showing the rest of us that we can influence others lives. God Bless You Letha Webb. Walt Penn

Posted by Walt Penn - Austin, TX - Friend   March 25, 2019

Dear Bill and Kimi - I learned of your Mom's passing today and wish I had magic words to ease your pain of loss and sorrow.

It is my honor to have met Ms. Webb. I was blessed with the opportunity to have spent some conversation time with her "fire cracker" little self.

She would always make giggle with her views and perspective on life and "nouns in general" - people, places, things. . .

If there is anything I can do, my cell has not changed in 28 years and rings 24 / 7 for you and yours.

Please keep me posted with any service arrangements by phone or email - judymacdaddy@gmail.com

I love you both very much,
Judy Mac

Posted by Judy Mac - Austin, TX   March 25, 2019

Hi there,
This is Kimi Webb Kanetzky. Until I can figure out how to add this to the text of the obit....I hope you read this.
We are having a celebration of life for mom and the date has not been confirmed. Please refer back with in a week to see the date and location. We plan on having fun and sharing stories with all of mom's friends and family. All are welcome.
Thank you and take care,
Kimi

Posted by Kimi Webb Kanetzky - Austin, TX - Family   March 24, 2019

Billy
Your mom was the best I am sorry for your loss.
What a long visit she had on this earth. Now she is on a new wonderful journey .

Your friend

Ron

Posted by Ron Mitchell - Horseshoe Bay, TX - Friend   March 24, 2019

To the Webb family from Jon Beall, a former neighbor from Houston, horseback riding and grand entry rodeo participant thanks to your Dad and his horse trailer- BBQ fan of Wild Bill's, and Radio Shack personal computer user thanks to Gary. Let me know if there will be a service - jonbeall1@gmail.com

Posted by Jon Beall - Austin, TX   March 24, 2019

Bill, I am sorry to hear of your loss and nice to know your mother helped you with Wild Bill's - we still miss your place on W. 35th St. and hope you are doing okay. May peace be with you and your family- Heidi

Posted by Heidi & Gibbons - AUSTIN, TX - acquaintance   March 24, 2019

Billy, so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a special lady! We all have such fond memories of Webb Wood. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Idanell

Posted by Idanell Allman - Cedar Park, TX - Friend   March 24, 2019