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Linda Marie (Slane) Webb Obituary
Linda Marie (Slane) Webb

Pocomoke City, MD: Linda Marie (Slane) Webb 41 of Pocomoke City, MD formerly of Woodville Ohio passed away Tuesday July 8, 2014 at Hospice by the Lake in Salisbury, Maryland.

Born December 9, 1972 Linda was the daughter of Ruth (Sturdevant) Slane and the late Edward Slane.

Linda was a loving wife and mother she lived in California, Virginia, and Maryland. Linda worked at Subway in Woodville, Ohio and at Subway, Pizza Hut, and Friendly's in Pocomoke City. She was very active in her children's schools and strived to ensure that they received the most from their education. Linda also loved to volunteer at the American Legion in Snow Hill, Maryland. Linda loved the family's Christmas vacations at Niagara Falls, this was her favorite place to go. She also went on cruises with her family to many vacation spots; including Alaska which was one of her most memorable cruises.

Linda is survived by her husband of 21 years, Christopher Webb; two children, Ashley Rachelle Webb and Kyle C. Webb of Pocomoke City, her mother, Ruth Slane of Woodville, Ohio; her sister, Tammy Wisler and her husband Tim of Oak Harbor Ohio; Linda's brother, Bill Slane of Woodville, Ohio; her in laws, Bill and Marlene Webb of Oak Harbor; a brother in law, Jeff Webb and his wife Renee of Oak Harbor; two nieces, Justine Webb and Alison Wisler; and three nephews, Turner Webb, Zack Wisler and Aaron Wisler. Best friends include Kathy Henry of Pocomoke City, MD, OB and Belva Dennis of Snow Hill, MD, and Luisa Costigliola of Naples, Italy.

A Memorial service will be held for her Ohio relatives and friends at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, in Oak Harbor, Ohio on Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 at 7 P.M. a social will follow for all to share in the fellowship with Chris and family. The family request attendees wear casual attire.

There will also be a Celebration of Life social held at the American Legion in Snow Hill, Maryland on Saturday, July 26th from 5 P.M. where the family will receive friends to celebrate her life. The family request that attendees that attend where casual tropical attire.

In lieu of flowers, Memorials may be given to Coastal Hospice, PO box 1733, Salisbury, Maryland 21802 or to Ashley and Kyle's college fund, or to the Snow Hill American Legion.

A special "Thank you" to all the nurses, doctors and prayers that made her life easier and gave her encouragement for tomorrow.
Published in the The News-Messenger on July 11, 2014
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