Annie Kathleen Webb

September 23, 1935September 17, 2020

Annie Kathleen Webb, 84, of Cape Carteret passed away Thursday. Graveside funeral services will be conducted 3:00 p.m. Friday, September 25, 2020, in Evergreen Memorial Park, Wilson, NC.

Anne graduated from Saratoga School in 1953, Atlantic Christian College in 1959, and was a retired teacher and coach from Goldsboro High School. She was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by her family and friends.

Surviving are her sister, Justine Webb Newcomb (Donald) of Wilson; five nieces: Robin Bass (Kyle) of Atlantic Beach, Charis Lewis (Jamie) of Wilson, Renee Evett (Gill) of Wilson, Julie Biven (Kevin) of Kentucky and Jill Webb Forbes of Florida; great-nephews and great-nieces: Dillon and Bryson Bass, Rose-Webb and Tripp Evett, Christopher Lewis and Savannah Glover (Dwight); great-great-nieces and nephew: Alyssa, Riley and Devin Glover; a special cousin, Becky High.

She was preceded in death by her parents, John Riley and Kathleen Honeycutt Webb; brothers and sister: Ralph Webb, David M. Webb, Robert Webb and Dorthea W. Rose.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105 (

Funeral services are under the direction of Thomas-Yelverton Funeral Home, Wilson, NC. Online condolences may be sent by visiting


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Bobbie White

October 11, 2020

Ann, I love you. You were a wonderful neighbor, friend, and sharer of life. Your heart was kind and true. Rest In Peace my friend. I look forward to being your neighbor some sweet day in Heaven!

Cathy Paparazo Doty

September 26, 2020

I was so sad to hear about Coach Webb! She was a dear tennis and softball coach, driver's Ed teacher,mentor, and friend to me at GHS and beyond. I will never forget her first pair of Air Jordan's, her green Mercedes, and her love of all things sports. Most of my best high school memories can be traced back to our tennis team and Coach Webb. She was one of a kind, and our world needs more people like her. Please know that she had the biggest heart, and encouraged me to be the best athlete and person I could be.

Tracye Higgins

September 22, 2020

Ann Webb was such a special person. I loved her laugh and boy did we laugh on the golf course. RIP Ann

Juli McLamb

September 22, 2020

She was definitely one of a kind.! I only knew her for four short years but during that time she gave me some good laughs. Aunt Anne your family and friends are going to miss you but so happy that you are now remembering things that dementia had made you forget.

Juli McLamb

Tommy Stanton

September 22, 2020

Hello Justine and Donald
I am very sorry to hear about Ann. I am sure you have many memories that will provide some comfort. I have a lot of old basketball memories. Susan had deep brain surgery stimulation some months ago and we are in Winston Salem Baptist Hospital getting it reprogrammed. God bless y’all.

Arquita Brooks

September 21, 2020

The Therapy department at Cherry Point Bay Nursing and Rehabilitation Center wishes to extend our deepest condolences to the family of our beloved “Coach” Annie. We are so grateful for the time we shared in her life. We loved her with all our hearts and are deeply saddened to learn of her passing. She was such a blessing to us. May God Bless you and comfort you through this difficult time.

mary speight

September 21, 2020

I remember her fondly from days at Goldsboro High School. I was hopelessly clumsy and very uncoordinated!! She patiently taught me how to play volleyball and tennis (sort of) LOL. I know it was a challenge. I later had the pleasure of working with her niece, Charis at WCC.
She was a fine person and a great teacher!

Mary Speight

Sandra Kelly

September 21, 2020

Anne was very special to me. She cherished her family and spoke frequently of how proud she was of each of them. Dorothea, the patient and smart sister; Tenny and husband Donald, special loving couple; David, the talented younger brother; and Ralph, the ambitious brother. She loved her nieces dearly, and Robin was just like her own child. On a lighter note, Anne would always win “Yard-of-the-month awards” for her perfectly manicured yard/flowers. She was loved and respected by coworkers and students at Goldsboro High School. But to me, she was a dear friend for many years. She and I were neighbors, friends, coworkers, and Wilson County girls.

May she Rest In Peace.

Love. “Bunns”


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