Edna Nell Webb

June 6, 1927May 29, 2019

Edna Nell Webb, age 91, of Stockbridge, GA, passed away on May 29, 2019. She was born to the late Dewey & Odessa Martin in Atlanta, GA on June 6, 1927. She was a member of the Ole Country Church in McDonough, GA.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her brother; Barney Martin, her three sisters; Christine Ware, Ruby Dove and Cora Barrett and one son; Javan Martin.

She leaves to cherish her memory her children; Leonard Lee Webb and Linda Annette Webb, her six grandchildren; Joseph Collins, Cathy Jarrells, Darrell Collins, Sheryl Miller, Georgiana King and Randy Collins, 12 great grandchildren, two great-great grandchildren and a host of other extended family and friends.

Family and friends will be received for a visitation on Sunday, June 2, 2019 from 1 PM to 2:30 PM at Horis A. Ward Funeral Home located at 376 Fairview Rd in Stockbridge, GA. A funeral service will immediately follow the visitation and will be held in the chapel. Interment will take place at Fairview Memorial Gardens.


  • Visitation Sunday, June 2, 2019
  • Funeral Service Sunday, June 2, 2019


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Sheryl Miller

June 11, 2019

Missing you today and everyday since. You were such a strong lady and beautiful lady. God blessed me with you for 52 years of my life and for that I am very thankful.

Tina Dove

May 31, 2019

I remember when me mama and daddy would go down to Florida and go fishing with aunt Edna and uncle Lindell when they lived in Lake whales we had so much fun. I can say there was never a dull moment when you were around them. Even though I can't be there to celebrate your wonderful life and the precious memories. RIP my beautiful and precious aunt l will miss and love you forever and I can't wait till you and mama and daddy are waiting for me at those pearly gates

Wanda Dodd

May 30, 2019

Such a sweet lady! I know she will be missed by many. Praying for the family.

Cathy Jarrells

May 30, 2019

Granny was always young at heart. She played games with us like croquet, softball and cards. Her cakes were so good.

I lived with her my last two years of high school and that was a great experience. She took us places like Disney World and Chattanooga.

We were blessed growing up in the same neighborhood with her and many of our other extended family. Granny was just down the path.

I love you Granny and one day we will all be together again in heaven. Thank you for your unconditional love and I thank the Lord for blessing us with such a beautiful soul.

Sheryl Miller

May 30, 2019

My Grandmother (Granny) was a kind and caring person. She was a strong woman who loved life. She made the best cookies and always enjoyed being around her family. She took such good care of my grandfather when he was sick. She was patient and would always help those in need. She loved God and her church family so much. I have spent more time with her in the last 6 months due to her illness and we got even closer. I am so thankful she knew I was there for her and how much I loved her. I will miss her so much and my heart hurts but I know she is with her Husband ,Mother, Father, Brother and Sisters and is singing and rejoicing with the Lord. I love you so much Granny and it was an honor to have you as my Grandmother. RIP (One of my favorite pictures below of her and my Grandfather.)

Dianne Gilliam

May 30, 2019

I always looked forward to times that I spent with her. It was fun. She would have something good to eat and took time talking and cutting up with us. I enjoyed our family get togethers where we would sing and talk and enjoy the day. She was always a big part of all of our family get togethers. She was willing to help or give an encouraging word. I remember she and uncle Lindell taking dance lessons and showing us what they were learning and us dancing and having fun. Making homemade ice cream and playing badminton in her front yard. The times we had holidays singing hymns and silly little songs that were family songs. We had such good times together as a family and I miss all those days of fun and memories we made.
RIP Aunt Edna I love you so much.