OBITUARY

Richard "Dick" Arlan Webb

December 12, 1934July 1, 2019

Richard A. Webb, 84, of St. Albans passed away July 1, 2019 in Hubbard Hospice House West after a brief illness. Dick served in the Army during the Korean Conflict, and was a retired Engineer with Bell Atlantic. He was a Christian and a 47 year member of Brown United Methodist Church, Tyler Mountain and currently attended Lakeview United Methodist Church, St. Albans. He was a member of the Pioneers of America and the Sawdust Gang. Preceded in death by his parents, Elmer and Louise Webb; sisters, Betty Hughes, Martha Smith, Nancy Darlington, and Jeanie Kidd. Left to cherish his memory are loving wife of 62 years, Juanita Webb of St. Albans; daughters, Katrinka Pauley of Richmond, VA, Kelley McClanahan (Rod) of Tyler Mountain; son, Greg Webb of Winston Salem, NC; grandchildren, Andrew, Lauren, and Zachary; great-granddaughter, Leah; sisters, Patty Frail and Shirley Troutt; and numerous nieces and nephews. A celebration of Dick's life will be at 2:00pm Friday, July 5, 2019 at Tyler Mountain Funeral Home, 5233 Rocky Fork Road, Cross Lanes, WV 25313 with Pastor Richie McNiel officiating. Burial will follow in Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. A gathering of family and friends will begin at 1:00pm until service time at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to HospiceCare. Condolences may be sent by visiting www.tylermountainfuneralhome.com.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, July 5, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, July 5, 2019

Memories

Richard "Dick" Arlan Webb

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Debbie Anderson

July 4, 2019

Kelley, So sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. From the stories you told you had a great Dad and he is now at peace in the Lord's arms. Miss you. Love to you my friend.

Charlotte Lacy

July 4, 2019

I remember Uncle Dicky as I grew up. Always a grin. But the best memory that I will cherish forever is the time he came to my home to spend time with mom. He loved his sister so much. The times that Dicky, Phyllis and I would sit on the porch and laugh. I always loved Dicky but came to love him so much more. He sure could explain the bible. Stevie and I ask so many questions but Dicky always took time to answer. RIP

Cherie Carter

July 3, 2019

Uncle Dickie was a good good man. He loved the lord & his family & friends & made sure you knew it. He loved helping people I can’t imagine how many people’s lives he has touch. He will be deeply missed. Thankful for all the memories. Love & prayers to Aunt Nita, Katrinka, Kelley & Greg and Grand babies. I love you all!

Robert Darlington

July 2, 2019

Uncle Dickie was always one of my favorites. He was a strong loving man, that love his family. He was always good to me and was always a calming influence in my life. I will always love you until we meet again.

Michael Darlington

July 2, 2019

I have so many memories of visits with uncle Dickie. Visits to the farm, and the house. I loved his root beer. I remember him walking around singing. “Michael Michale I’ve been thinking, what is it that you’ve been drinking. He was a man that loved to laugh and it was contagious. Gonna miss him but Heaven gained a Saint and he’s with my mom now.

Debby Hughes-Hart

July 2, 2019

Uncle Dickie was the most loving and sweetest man l have ever known. He was so very special to me. My first memories of him are as he was in uniform when I was very young. I was blessed to have him in my life as were all around him. A peaceful, family oriented, faithful and humble man. I loved him and I will miss him so much.

He always said “I love You”, “God has been good to me” and “It’s in God’s hands”.

The heavens are certainly singing Hallelujah to welcome this angel!