Theresa Rulene (Tidwell) Webb

December 29, 1944April 4, 2019

"It was Theresa's inner beauty that attracted me to her"... Billy Webb

Theresa Rulene Tidwell Webb, age 74, went on to be with her Lord and Savior on Thursday ~ April 4, 2019 at the Robin Johnson House in Dallas North Carolina with her loving family by her side. Theresa was employed by Steel Fab for over 34 years. When asked to her family what would they mostly miss about Theresa, multiple things were said. But her Laugh was overwhelmingly agreed. Theresa was known for her Jelly Belly candy machine she had at work where she loved being everyday and a lady who had great work ethics. She made everyone individually feel like they were the most liked and loved person to her and she knew how to show it. And her animals were very important to her. She was a Great wife, a Great mother, a Great cousin to her special cousins, a Great friend to everyone who ever knew her and Theresa will genuinely be missed by her family and friends.

Those left to cherish Tina Annette Fox and Kelly Christina Fox; two grandsons: Adam Heath Phillips and Hunter Seth Phillips.

Theresa was the daughter of the late Hall Fred Tidwell and Mabel Conard Tidwell.

A Life Well Celebrated Memorial Ceremony will be held at 6:00 PM, Thursday ~ April 11, 2019 at St. Marks United Methodist Church, 715 Main Street, Belmont, North Carolina with Reverend Bob Whittaker delivering words of comfort and hope to Theresa's family and friends.

The family will receive guests immediately after the Memorial Ceremony.

In lieu of flowers, the family ask that memorials be given in Theresa’s memory to the Robin Johnson House, 5005 Shepards Way Drive, Dallas, North Carolina 28034.

Expressions of love and fond memories may be made on Theresa's guestbook at

Carothers Funeral Home at Gaston memorial Park is compassionately serving the family of Theresa Webb.


  • Billy Webb, Husband
  • Tina Annette Fox, Daughter
  • Kelly Christina Fox, Daughter
  • Adam Heath Phillips, Grandson
  • Hunter Seth Phillips, Grandson
  • Hall Fred Tidwell, Father Deceased
  • Mabel Conard Tidwell, Mother Deceased


  • A Life Well Celebrated Memorial Ceremony Thursday, April 11, 2019

Theresa Rulene (Tidwell) Webb

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Danita Glover Pruett

April 13, 2019

Just want you girls to know, I am so sorry for your loss, You Mom was loved by everyone who came in contact with her. She will be missed!.sending thoughts and prayers to help you get through this difficult time! XX

Sherry Garceau

April 8, 2019

I’m so sorry for the loss of this hilarious lady who was so close to my mom and my family. Sending lots of love to Billy, Tina and Kelly. Here is a photo of Theresa and Billy that I took at her 70th birthday party. I’ll never forget her laugh.

Linda Bost

April 7, 2019

I am so sorry to hear of Theresa’s passing. Steve and I ran into her and her husband a while back in Sam’s. We ended up talking for a long time. Of course Steve and Theresa reminisced about their days at Steel Fab while I talked to her husband. He seemed like a real good match for her and she was so happy. I will miss her laughter most of all. Sending our heartfelt prayers for the family.

Brandy Cline

April 7, 2019

I spent a lot of nights at your house when me and Kelly were such close friends. I considered you a second mother. You gave me advice and was there to listen when I needed a mother figure. I will never forget you. You will be missed.

Cathy Harden

April 6, 2019

Tina and family you are in our thoughts and prayers. So sorry for your loss. Remember all the good times to help get you through this difficult time in your life.

Hugs & Prayers.

Sheila Phillips Price

April 6, 2019

She was a neighbor, friend and classmate...
One thing that stood out about her was how neatly she dressed, she would wear these very pretty and neat dresses...She was one of the sweetest people in our class...Very often we would have an opportunity to share something that a student or the teacher brought in ie. honeysuckle, flower or something; she would always take just a little piece and put it on the right corner of her desk...I would loved to have known her as an adult...