OBITUARY

Mr. Lloyd Gayle "Sixty" Webb

September 17, 1926March 3, 2019
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Lloyd Gayle “Sixty” Webb died on Sunday, March 3, 2019 at his home in Kaufman, surrounded by his family. He was born on the Webb family farm in Kaufman, Texas on September 17, 1926 to Clarence Haggard “Doc” Webb and Ida Harkness Webb. He graduated from Kaufman High School in 1944. Sixty joined the Texas Army National Guard in 1948. He served our country for 11 years in the 36th Infantry Division. Sixty worked for Ford Motor Company for 22. 5 years in Dallas, Texas. After retiring from the Ford Motor Company, he worked as a carpenter throughout Kaufman County. Sixty also was a Rancher on his family farm, which is over 100 years old. He was a Charter member of Calvary Baptist in Kaufman, Texas. Sixty will be missed by all who knew and loved him. Sixty was preceded in death by his parents, brother Donald Webb, his first wife Helen and his second wife Frankie. He is survived by his son Robert Fair and wife Rita of Kaufman, daughter Susan Arakelian of Garland, four grandchildren and their spouses, nine great-grandchildren, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.

  • FAMILY

  • Clarence Haggard "Doc" and Ida Harkness Webb, Parents
  • Donald Webb, Brother
  • Helen Webb, First Wife
  • Frankie Webb, Second Wife
  • Robert Fair and Rita, Son and Wife
  • Susan Arakelian, Daughter
  • Sixty also leaves behind his four grandchildren and their spouses, nine great-grandchildren, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • David Stewart, Pallbearer
  • Craig Johnson, Pallbearer
  • Scott McCaleb, Pallbearer
  • Robbie Fair, Pallbearer
  • Jackson McCaleb, Pallbearer
  • Seth Babovec, Pallbearer
  • O.D. Michaels, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Pete Frosch, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Cecil Chanay, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Kenneth Morgan, Honorary Pallbearer
  • David Butler, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Jack Fortner, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Gerald Legg, Honorary Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, March 5, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, March 7, 2019
  • Graveside Service Thursday, March 7, 2019
REMEMBERING

Mr. Lloyd Gayle "Sixty" Webb

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Debby Durham Mendez

March 7, 2019

The last time we were together...Frankie, Sixty, Debby and Bill

Don and Lou Evans

March 6, 2019

Sixty you were and always be a member of our family. We loved you dearly. We loved to see you at the auctions and even more when you came out to the house! I remember when you first got Van in the cattle business with that orphan newborn calf. She was well worth the hundred dollars he and his daddy paid for her! He named her Fatsy Watsy we had fun with her until she got old and he had to sell her. And we were in Rehab together and we would talk so much they moved us apart!!! You were always a pleasure to visit with and Frankie too. You will never be forgotten❤️Don Lou and Van Evans

Debby Durham Mendez

March 6, 2019

Sixty, we added our Dad's names to the Kaufman War Memorial, Uncle Doc and my Dad William C. Durham (Fannie Harkness Durham's Son) I wasn't able to make the trip but forever grateful you could be there. Love you

Ron Tackett

March 6, 2019

R.I.P. Your legacy will live on forever.
Many memories with The Tackett's

Stacy Durham- Manuszak

March 6, 2019

I remember visiting your farm Uncle Sixty when I was a little girl. I was about 9. Coming from El Paso, it was my first farm experience. I remember the porch, all the beautiful grass. Aunt Fanny’s pies and thinking you had a funny name to be named after a number. I recall you were so strong and handsome and kind to me. Rest peacefully. Sophie and James Durham Sr’s sonJimmy Durham’s daughter , Stacy

Debby Durham Mendez

March 6, 2019

You have and will be forever in my heart Sixty. You are so dear to our Family and will be greatly missed. You were more than a Cousin, such a dear friend to my Dad, a wonderful Nephew to my Grandmother. RIP Sixty..

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