February 24, 1971 - September 19, 2021
Timmy “Tim” Ray Webb, age 50, passed away unexpectedly surrounded by the ones he loved most. His battle with serious medical issues in recent years showed his courage in facing life challenges with a smile. His loving heart left a beacon of light for all in the community. The way he departed life was just like the way he lived: he wrote his own rules, he resisted authority and paved his own way. If you told Tim that he couldn’t accomplish something, his determination would only increase. Tim’s joyous and infectious smile would light up any room. When faced with hardship, instead of taking a step back, Tim strived to take two steps forward. His ultimate goal in life was to provide the best he could for his family, and that he most certainly accomplished. Timmy is survived by his wife Melinda who offers this poem: Beautiful are memories of a moonlit night with you – The spark of love we lit and all the world felt new. My heart told me I’d known you in times so long ago – Something deep inside me had set my soul aglow. Soul-mates re-united bound by the ties of past – Through each and every age this perfect love will last. So at our journey’s end and the time has come to part – An endless cord of love will link us heart to heart. Timmy was born in Claremore, Oklahoma on February 24, 1971, to Wanita Ruth Pahdongke and Jack Elwood Webb. Tim earned his GED at Sooner High School in Bartlesville Oklahoma. He is survived by his loving wife, of 12 years, Melinda of Ochelata Oklahoma. His step-children: BreAnna Boucher, Tylor Boucher, David Boucher and Anthony Boucher and wife Savannah of Ochelata. His biological children: Melissa Webb Rollins and her husband Zach, Corey Webb, Travis Webb, and Kristian Webb of Whippoorwill. He is also survived by his brothers Anthony & wife Trish and Terry and sisters LaDonna Cook & husband Terry, and Tonya Roach & husband Troy. Uncles: Noel Webb, Leland & his wife Mary Webb, Don Webb and Merle & wife Betty Webb. Aunts Diana Foster & husband Richard and Wanda Standish & husband Miles. Tim is also survived by several nieces, nephews, friends, and his dogs: Odie and Si. Tim’s greatest pride and joy in his life were his grandchildren: Gracelynn Brielle Hamilton, Ellie Kay Landon, and Jaxon Rhyott Lee Rollins. Tim was strong to the end, supporting us with the love and understanding that he showed to his wife throughout their marriage. He always said marrying Melinda was the best thing he ever did. To Tim, family did not have to be blood, he was a wonderful and loving stepfather to his four step-children. In providing this influential support for his family, one of Tim’s passions in life was his work. He worked for Bellco paving for 13 years. Additionally, he worked as a contract driver for the U.S. postal service. In Tim’s early years, he loved driving on the country backroads blaring music with his friends and family. Tim took great joy in watching his favorite television shows Duck Dynasty and ER. He loved hot rods and semi-trucks and displayed his models proudly on his dresser. Tim delighted in his wifes cooking and was always eager to sit down at her table and compliment her skill. Though Tim will be sorely missed by his family, they know he has received his final reward in Gods loving arms in heaven. Services will be held 10 a.m. on Thursday, at the Davis Family Funeral Home & Crematory – Walker Brown Chapel, with Rev. Edwina Kidd officiating. Services are under the direction of Carter Davis and the Davis Family Funeral Home & Crematory – Walker Brown Chapel. Online condolences and remembrances may be shared at www.DavisFamilyFuneralHome.com.
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