Baggerley Funeral Home

930 South Broadway, Edmond, OK


Jamie Ginzl Webb

January 30, 1973June 15, 2020
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Jamie Gayle Ginzl Webb was born January 30, 1973 in Enid, OK to parents Harry and Diane Ginzl. She passed away far too soon on June 15, 2020 at home in Edmond, OK.

Jamie attended Edmond Memorial High School and Francis Tuttle. She was a manager for Aramark at the Oklahoma County Jail and Logan County Jail.

Jamie was preceded in death by her mother, Diane (Davis) Ginzl, and brother, Chad.

She is survived by her son, Wyatt Webb of the home; father, Harry Ginzl of the home; step-daughters, Sierra of Newalla and Serena Webb of Yukon, OK; nephew, Taylor Ginzl and wife Brittany and their daughter Charleigh of Moore, OK; nephew, Cameron Ginzl and wife Kailee and their children: Kaden, Brooklyn, and Raena of Mustang; uncles: Dick of Wisconsin Rapids, WI, Tom and wife Marty of Maplewood, MN, and Bruce and wife Carol of Rhinelander, WI; aunt, Ginger and husband Jim of San Tan Valley, AZ; numerous cousins and other family; and an abundance of friends, especially those from up at the Pit in Edmond.


  • Celebration of Life

    Saturday, June 20, 2020


Jamie Ginzl Webb

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Georgian Kalow

July 1, 2020

I remember when our Kalow family came down to OK for a summer visit. We had such a good time. I have pictures of Jamie and Chad and Jason and Shannon having fun at the water park, and especially catching those fire flies. Such good memories of a sweet little girl who was so kind to her younger cousins. Thank you for sharing your daughter with us. She is in my thoughts and prayers.

Nancy Webb Beck

June 19, 2020

Harry and Wyatt, We are so sorry for your loss. Jamie was a big part of our family and will be greatly missed. She was so proud of Wyatt and how well he was doing in school. We will help to keep her memory alive. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Aunt Nancy and Uncle Mike Beck

Serena Webb

June 19, 2020

The Best Bonus Mom a girl could ask for. She always pushed me to do better, and always had the right thing to say. I loved how Everytime she got a new purse, or new jewelery, she had to get me one to match. She showed me the true meaning of glitz & glam. Even though she was hurting, she was still the bravest and strongest person I knew. I was so happy my children got to know her.♥️ we all love you and miss you terribly.

Melissa Tiger

June 19, 2020

Jamie you will be missed dearly, you were always for fun to be around and to work with. I will never forgot on a whim we went to Texas and got Tattoos. So Sorry for your loss Harry and Wyatt. Prayers to you and Family

Lori Standifer (slider)

June 18, 2020

We will get those tats one day when we meet again. I will miss you.

Tammy Shoop

June 18, 2020

I'm grateful that Jamie and I stayed in touch, more so over the past couple of years. My whole family is praying for peace and comfort for everyone feeling the loss of Jamie, especially Wyatt and her father. She loved you both so very much. RIP cousin - with love.

Sandra Newton

June 18, 2020

Jamie, was always a big ball of energy everytime you saw her. She was so full of life, she could brighten up any room with that smile. Go rest high on the mountain your journey is done here on earth. Although we are sad and brokenhearted we know God's plan is Good. Love you and Blessings to your Family and your Crew of Brothers and Sisters ❤

Casey Franklin

June 18, 2020

I remember Jamie as this young kid shadowing Chad. She was always laughing. Sending love to all my friends who have always taken her under their wings and loved her as their own little sister. You were her rocks.

Mike & Susie Webb

June 17, 2020

We are so very sorry for your loss Harry, Wyatt and all of Jamie's many friends. Our thoughts, prayers and pieces of our heart are with everyone. Rest in peace Jamie. Love you.💛