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Lavon Holland Webb

Roanoke, Virginia

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Janice I didn't know about your Mom until today. I am really sorry to hear about her and I know you will miss her. I am thinking about you and Joe and the whole family.
Take care and would love to talk to you sometime.

May thoughts of all your mother meant-of the love she gave, of the good times spent-bring you peace and comfort, too, and keep your mother close to you. With deepest sympathy, Love, Gary and Linda Flora

I am so sorry to hear of Mrs. Webb's passing she was a beautiful lady inside and out. My deepest sympathy to all the family.
Missy Rowe Dillon

Janice and family, We are so sorry to learn of your beautiful mother's passing.
See where you get your beauty and graciousness. Our loving prayers and deepest sympathy to you and yours. Love, Bill and Sue

Praying for comfort and peace to all of her family. I've enjoyed knowing some of the family. Love you all like family. Please give the family strength thru this. My condolences and sympathy is with the family.

Janice and Joe, Lavon was always one of my favorites. She was so pleasant and accomplished. I do not think there was anything she set out to do that she didn't accomplish. I remember so many great times at horse shows and her superior knowledge of horses. Blessings to all the family,

Janice, David and Lisa I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your family member.
I send my prayers and love to each of you and pray that the Lord will help you through this dfficult time.

Janice and Joe,

Doug and I are praying for peace, comfort and strength for you and the family during the loss of such a sweet and special lady. We love you and will keep you in our thoughts during the difficult time in your life.

With sympathy,

Janice & Joe,
I am so sorry to hear of Mrs Webb's passing. She was always so friendly and gracious and never entered the office without her wonderful smile.


Lavon's Obituaries

Lavon Holland Webb, 98, of Roanoke, passed away May 8, 2013. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harry Wells Webb; and her son, Joe Wells Webb. Lavon was a long time member of Oakland Baptist Church. She was employed with the American Viscose as an instructor in the coning and winding...

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