Charles-Webb-Obituary

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Charles Webb

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina

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On Tuesday May 7 th 2019, Charles Anthony Webb passed away. Charles was born in Seneca,SC (Oconee County), on December 31, 1956. Charles needed six more hours and he would’vebeen born January 1, 1957.Charles attended Seneca Public School (Oconee County) and graduated from SouthsideHigh School...

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There are simply not enough words to convey how much you will be missed! I am forever grateful for the concern and love you showed for my family...especially my children. We are saddened by your departure but will continue to celebrate your life...your legacy! Your words exuded strength in your character, your heart flowed with empathy for others and your spirit was vibrant and full of life! Sleep well...youre home!

I will really miss my cousin Charles. Even at his height and in later years his size, he was a gentle giant. We would have several thought provoking conversations. Now he is at peace and with his mom, dad, and big sister.

At the South Carolina Arts Commission Media Arts Center, I will always remember Charles for his silent strength. He would do anything for a friend. If it meant that an editing project would take all night, he would put all of his talent and focus into its completion. No questions asked. That was Charles. How can you not love him? It is hard to say goodbye.

Dear Family of Charles Webb,
I am very sad to hear of your heartbreaking loss. Charles was a colleague of mine at the S.C. Arts Commission. I always looked forward to my daily interactions with Charles, mainly because he always made me laugh--sometimes it was an outrageous comment intended to invoke a response from me, sometimes a hilarious observation about some policy or work requirement or sometimes a funny story about something that happened to one of the filmmakers using our...

To Dr. Robert Webb, please accept my deepest sympathy and condolences on the passing of your brother. Praying with and for you and the family. Lean on Jesus who is our help and comforter in times like these.

What a beautiful tribute to a wonderful person. I will miss our time together, the laughs, the arguements, the batting back and forth, the teasing especially of my "misfortune" of being from OHIO ! And just to you "now that you are in heaven I know that you have probably already found Big Sista & Tiger Bell, but make sure to look for Sadie, as I am sure she is wagging that tale looking for you. Give her a hug from me". I will hold you in my heart and love and miss...