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Saturday, April 15, 2023
12:00 - 5:00pm (Central time)
Christopher George "Chris" Webb, 66, went peacefully in his home to be with our Lord and Heavenly Father on March 10, 2023.
He was united in heaven with his loving parents, George R. Webb and Helen Elizabeth Webb, as well as his nephew, Daniel Austin Cox.
Chris is survived by his daughters, Kristen (Brian) and Katherine (Kyle), along with his grandchildren who he adored, Caleia, Dominic, Terrasea, Anias, Lucas, and Jack.
He is also survived by his two older sisters, Teresa (Jim) and Linda, and a number of nieces and nephews to include Amy (Tony), Michael, Lauren, Brooke, John, and Samantha.
He was born November 12, 1956 in Marion, Indiana. His family lived in Atlanta, GA for 10 years before moving to Dallas in 1966.
Though he was not a Texas native, he was undoubtedly proud to be called a Texan.
He worked tirelessly throughout his life. From countless jobs throughout his teenage years, to building his family home with his father and others in Grandview, Texas. He worked a remarkable and admirable 40+ years at Chaparral and Gerdau Steel Mills. He felt an obligation to his family and has been given the title of being "the hardest worker you would ever know."
Chris made several lifelong friendships through a shared interest of riding motorcycles, and was planning to ride Three Twisted Sisters and Sturgis at least one more time. He was passionate about music and was always good for a classic dad joke. He loved animals and always wanted a golden retriever. He had many four legged friends throughout his life, to include Girl, Dozer, Lady, Annie, Xena, Cherokee, Blizzard, and Bear.
He lived for adventure and conversation, and more than anything, he just wanted to make his parents proud.
"Someday I'll wish upon a star, and wake up where the clouds are far behind me. Where troubles melt like lemon drops, away above the chimney tops. That's where you'll find me."
Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.