OBITUARY

Conner Z Webb

October 7, 1941July 20, 2018
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Conner Zell Webb, 76, of Hephzibah, Georgia passed away Friday, July 20, 2018 at his home. A Celebration of Life will be held 3PM Saturday July 28, 2018, at Elliott Sons Funeral Home-Lumpkin Road Chapel, 2524 Lumpkin Road, Augusta, Georgia. Conner was born October 7, 1941, in Macclesfield, North Carolina. He graduated the US Army, basic training, AIT along with several NCO Academies and continued to make a 21 year career until retirement in the early 1980's. He is preceded in death by his children, Tammy Renell Webb and Ray Thomas McCormick, Jr.; his sisters, Ruth Duncan and Jeanette Mathis. Survivors include his beloved wife, Sarah A. Webb; daughter, Michelle Mobley; his sister, Patty Lee Woolard; daughter-in-law, Marlene McCormick; grandchildren, Tanya (Geoff) Gilgren, David Sherwood, Ray Thomas McCormick, III and Clifton Clark; grandchildren, Raymond Yates Green, III, Destanee Renell Inglett, Ernest Christopher Mobley IV; fourteen great-grandchildren; adopted children, Don R. Grant and Tammy Michelle Moyer with ten grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews, Barbara Ann Forest, Elaine Scott Jerry, Joann Anderson, Mike Anderson, and Yvonne Andrews, along with several wonderful great nieces and nephews.

Conner enjoyed his family and loved spending time with his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren for as long as his health permitted. He enjoyed camping, boating, fishing, hunting, golfing and just cooking out in the back yard with the family sitting around the fire telling good ole family stories; sharing lots of love and laughter.

May he rest in peace; bless his precious soul.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, July 28, 2018
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Raymond Green

July 31, 2018

I remember sitting out by the fire in Papa's backyard with a big bowl of chili cooking on the stove that he had made. Sitting outside by the fire telling jokes and eating that chili with all the family, in from out of town on holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Celebrating those great times is what I miss most, now I can celebrate the life he led and the life he had. I will always love you and miss you papa! I will continue to make you proud. I love you!

Sandra Quinones

July 28, 2018

I will certainly miss seeing and talking to Mr. Webb at Eisenhower, he was a sweet and loving man, devoted to Ms. Sarah, and I always smiled when I saw him in the clinic. God rest you, soldier, well done.

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Biography

Conner Zell Webb, 76, of Hephzibah, Georgia passed away Friday, July 20, 2018 at his home. A Celebration of Life will be held 3PM Saturday July 28, 2018, at Elliott Sons Funeral Home-Lumpkin Road Chapel, 2524 Lumpkin Road, Augusta, Georgia.
Conner was born October 7, 1941, in Macclesfield, North Carolina. He graduated the US Army, basic training, AIT along with several NCO Academies and continued to make a 21 year career until retirement in the early 1980's.
He is preceded in death by his children, Tammy Renell Webb and Ray Thomas McCormick, Jr.; his sisters, Ruth Duncan and Jeanette Mathis.
Survivors include his beloved wife, Sarah A. Webb; daughter, Michelle Mobley; his sister, Patty Lee Woolard; daughter-in-law, Marlene McCormick; grandchildren, Tanya (Geoff) Gilgren, David Sherwood, Ray Thomas McCormick, III and Clifton Clark; grandchildren, Raymond Yates Green, III, Destanee Renell Inglett, Ernest Christopher Mobley IV; fourteen great-grandchildren; adopted children, Don R. Grant and Tammy Michelle Moyer with ten grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews, Barbara Ann Forest, Elaine Scott Jerry, Joann Anderson, Mike Anderson, and Yvonne Andrews, along with several wonderful great nieces and nephews.
Conner enjoyed his family and loved spending time with his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren for as long as his health permitted. He enjoyed camping, boating, fishing, hunting, golfing and just cooking out in the back yard with the family sitting around the fire telling good ole family stories; sharing lots of love and laughter.

May he rest in peace; bless his precious soul.