Charlie Webb Jr.

January 30, 1939April 4, 2018

Charlie Monroe Webb, Jr. (01/30/39 – 04/06/18)

It is with great sadness that the family of Charlie Monroe Webb, Jr. announces his passing after a brief illness, on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, at the age of 79. Charlie will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 58 years, Carmelita and his children, Lori and Chris. He will also be fondly remembered by his three grandchildren, Cameron, Caitlin and Collin, and his great-grandson Benjamin.

Charlie was a member of Gospel Lighthouse Church for 20 years. He was a postal carrier for the United States Post Office for 34 years. He volunteered his time at multiple nursing homes from 1988 to 2015, singing and playing his guitar with his wife, Carmie and other friends and family.

Charlie was a very caring and creative soul and was a friend to everyone. He loved to read and pursue knowledge. He loved to fish and camp when he could. He will be sorely missed.

A Celebration of Charlie’s life will be held with a Memorial Service at 2:00 PM, on Saturday, April 21 at David Clayton & Sons Funeral Home, 200 W. Center Street, Duncanville, TX 75116.


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, April 21, 2018

Charlie Webb Jr.

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Dale Arms

April 9, 2018

I just remember Uncle Charlie was a very nice man. Him and Aunt Carmie would come take me Trick and Treating for Halloween, Take me church. They tried to do things to entertain us kids. I know he loved his USPS job dearly. He use to like coming to the family reunions. Those are some of the good memories I have of Uncle Charlie. May you Rest In Peace Uncle Charlie.

Rita Dorsey

April 9, 2018

Dear Aunt Carmelita, Chris, Lori and Family:
I didn't even realize my Uncle Charlie was a Junior. That is really cool. And I didn't know Uncle Charlie very well. But, I remember his nice smile/laugh and I think he was a very good listener in a conversation. When I was a kid, he lived with us for awhile. He displayed his very colorful artwork on our plain, dreary walls. Livened them up for sure. I also remember him playing "Tom Dooley" on his guitar. He was definitely one of the many talented artists in our family. I wish I could have gotten to know him better. Warmest Regards to you all. God's Peace.

Rita Arms Dorsey