Gary T. Webb

May 5, 1954November 11, 2021

Gary T. Webb, age 67, of Hamilton, Michigan, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family Thursday, November 11, 2021. Gary was born May 5, 1954, to his parents Worley and Margaret Webb, who preceded him in death as well as his brother, David Webb.

Gary is survived by his wife of 48 years, Beverly Webb; children Margaret Webb (Robert Vander Hoff), Kimberly Henney, Jessica (Jacob) Fifelski, and David Henney. Gary had seven grandchildren whom he adored - Hannah Henney, Connor Henney, Alexis Henney, Gabriella Henney, Olivia Vander Hoff, Eli Fifelski, and Emelia Fifelski. Gary is also survived by his siblings Joanne Krise, Norma Conn, Ronald (Darla) Webb, Debra (Buddy) Smith, Curtis (Rhonda) Webb; siblings-in-law Thomas (Linda) Wierenga, Carol Caldwell (Clarence Kimbler), Loreen Meyer, Victoria (Peter) Fifelski.

Gary was an extremely kind man who loved his family and friends very much. Gary drove semi-truck for 45 years. He enjoyed fishing, golfing, bean bags, camping, traveling, coffee with his friends at the 76th Street Truck Stop, hauling his fifth wheel and boat, and talking to anyone. He is known for his signature style of hats and unique sayings such as “Papa loves you” to his grandchildren. His friends and family will miss all of his many lectures and living in “Gary’s World."

Gary’s family is honoring his wishes and will have a private celebration of life at a later date.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Robert Webb

November 16, 2021

I would like to start with a thought of something Gary has said to me more than once. When my Uncle Jr passed Gary said he looked at my dad (Uncle Joe) as a father figure. Well our family's were close and Gary was not only my cousin, he was like an older brother. As well as the rest of his siblings. We have many stories. I can see Gary now telling a tale with that wrinkled {Elvis like upper lip} smirk. Was always creating laughter and smiles... He will surely be missed. I'm sure he is sitting with Uncle Jr and getting ripped a new one or getting words of praise for being the Proud Dad, Papa, Husband, Brother, Uncle,Cousin and all around Webb Man he was. Well Loved by all for the man amongst men values he carried with him. He will be missed , but never forgot. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Bev and kids and the rest of the Webb family. Love and blessings to all of you.

Sandra M

November 15, 2021

Rest In Peace Gary. I am so thankful to have had you and Bev as friends through out the years and to have met the rest of your amazing family on our last visit. Until we meet again….

Stephenie (Cheyne) Hooker

November 15, 2021

Like a 2nd Dad to me, I remember lots of summers at the yellow house on Radstock in the pool, lots of gatherings at my parents house, snacks, card playing and cocktails, my dad grilling or cooking up something. Card games were the best; Bev playing for quarters for laundry money and my dad teasing her. Gary being the jokerster that he was would chime in, and it was mostly "you ass" to the both of them from Bev. LOTS of time spend growing up with all three of thier girls and Gary's brother Ron. Gary had a lot of wisdom to share whether you wanted to hear it or not, he always wanted the best for his kids and even if you weren't his kid he had something to tell you and you'd better listen. I will miss his laughter, his smile, and his presence here on earth, I will miss seeing him at the truck stop or running into him at the gas station or the local grocery store. One thing I do know is this; I know he and my dad are in heaven swapping stories and having a great time, this isn't good bye, it's "I'll see ya later down the road"

Nick Roush

November 15, 2021

Every memory I have of Gary is pleasant!! Love Bev, Gary and that entire family! The world is a more sad place without him but heaven is more happy as they now have another amazing angel!! Gary it was a privilege knowing you and rest easy!


Nick Roush

Debra Smith

November 15, 2021

I've only ever lived 5 days that Gary wasn't in life . When Dad died he took over the father figure role and brother. Believe me I've needed his guidance so many times . My heart and mind are hurting so bad but my soul is at peace because I know he is in heaven and not in any more pain.
As far as memories there are too many I could list but one particular one is in my heart .
Him and Bev lived on Green Lake and we were out on the water, he was trying to teach me to water ski.... that was the one and only time he would attempt that... he was spotting or driving but every time I almost made it up I would fall and the boat would drag me along. He would yell at me to let go of the rope!! He was so afraid I was gonna get hurt.... we laughed about it later.... but just like that rope... I'm hanging on with all might to honor your memory and do you proud. I love you big brother.

Tina Grover

November 15, 2021

My heartfelt sympathies in the passing of our Very Dear friend Gary.
Tom and I have been friends with Gary & Bev for 50+ Years
We had many adventures and fun times together . We grew up together from 4 crazy kids into 4 crazy adults
The memories are endless!
If it weren’t for Gary & Bev I never would have met my husband Tom
I love you Gary and will miss you so much
Rest In Peace my friend
Until we meet again
I love you

Thomas Grover

November 15, 2021

Gary was my best friend I have known him
For over 50 years Gary and I had so much fun growing up together I am going to miss him. may he rest in piece
love you Gary

Rhonda Webb

November 13, 2021

So sorry for your loss Bev. Thoughts and prayers at this time.