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Berry Highland West

9913 Sherrill Blvd, Knoxville, TN

OBITUARY

Melissa Ann Webber

November 27, 1970November 13, 2019

Melissa Ann Webber, 48, went to be with our Heavenly Father on November 13, 2019. Melissa was a loving mother, grandmother (Memaw), beloved sister, aunt and cousin. She had a very caring heart and you knew without seeing her she was present by the sound of her infectious laugh.

Melissa is preceded in death by her father Willam Hayes Webber, her mother, Sybil Mae Moore Webber, and her nephew Jaxon Bryce Webber. She is survived by her son Corey Wilson of Knoxville, and three grandchildren: Harley, Thaddeus, and Mason; her brothers Vince Webber Sr, wife Sherri, of Parrish, Florida, Kevin Webber, wife Kim, of Grafton, WV. Her sisters Terry Webber, Rosemary Farmer, Carolyn Sloan, and brother Bill Webber Jr, all of Knoxville, TN. In addition to her son, grandson and siblings, Melissa also leaves behind serval nieces and nephews, as well as many cousins.

Melissa will be forever missed as she was certainly loved by many. May you fly high as you join your mom, dad and nephew. May you rest peacefully in the arms of our Lord and be a guardian angel watching over your grandchildren.

The family will receive friends on Friday, November 22, 2019 from 5 pm - 7 pm at Berry Highland West (9913 Sherrill Blvd. Knoxville TN 37932) followed by her funeral at 7 pm, with Jim Webber officiating. Melissa will be laid to rest on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at 11 am at Berry Highland West Cemetery.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, November 22, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, November 22, 2019
  • Graveside Service Saturday, November 23, 2019

Memories

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Hope Thatcher

November 21, 2019

Where do I begin?? I've never had this type of friendship with anyone else! For you to have come back into my life when you did was God's grace! You were my strength when I was weak. I looked forward to seeing you any opportunity that I had. I hated to see you go back to Aiken everytime you had a go. I felt an emptiness when you weren't around. You made my days better when you were here. You let me know that you loved me and my family. Isaiah just adored his Aunt Mimi. I know that you are rejoicing with your family in heaven. Till we meet again my sweet friend. I'll never be over loosing you.. I love you so much.

Donna Culver

November 21, 2019

My sweet Buttercup! I am so fortunate to know you the last few years. You taught me so much about gardening, "gingerly" is how you treat them.
You were the highlight at soap opera/coffee time! Your love for ALL , your forgiveness for those that wronged you. Your health, so complicated, so misunderstood. Your patience with me, "have you taken your meds?"
Your soul and heart that I saw, past the human body, to know your intentions, frustrations, happy places (Corey, Haley,,Thaddeus, Mason, Ray, Hope...Tn. ,Smokey, Babygirl)
I prayed you would get back to Tn. Before your birthday. You were promised. I never dreamed it would be this way. I am lost, you are now found. No more head games, no more lies, no more arguing, no more.....
HEAVEN, ready for you? You bet ya! Rest now, sweetheart. I miss you more every day. I see you everywhere....you are now FREE of the bondage of your human life, now free to be YOU!! I love you, my sister. Fly high with the loved ones gone ahead.
I'll see you, my girl, when my ticket is pulled.
You're FOREVER BUTTERCUP, --D. ❤