Creston News Advertiser
Creston, Union County, Iowa
Wednesday, November 8, 2006
OBITUARY - WILEY WEBB
Wiley WEBB, 77, of Lenox died November 4, 2006, at Taylor Ridge Estates in Lenox.
Services will be 7 p.m. Tuesday, November 7, at Wilson-Watson and Armstrong Funeral Home, 205 W. Monroe St., Mount Ayr.
The Rev. Rick HAWKINS will officiate the service. Private burial will be Wednesday in Rose Hill Cemetery at Mount Ayr.
There is open visitation prior to services at the funeral home. A memorial has been established in his name.
Wiley WEBB, son of Jessie M. (MARSHALL) and Charlie D. WEBB, was born October 9, 1929, west of Lamoni. He worked on
Survivors include a sister, Georgia CAMPBELL of Mount Ayr; and three brothers, Richard WEBB of Villisca, Gary
WEBB of Jefferson, Texas, and Dennis WEBB of Fort Worth, Texas.
Wiley was preceded in death by his parents; brother Kyle WEBB; and sister Thelma ADAMS.
Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, February of 2009
Lenox Time Table
Wednesday, November 15, 2006
OBITUARY ~ WILEY DEE WEBB
Wiley Dee Webb, son of Charlie D. and Jessie Mae (Marshall) Webb, was born at
home, west of Lamoni, on October 9, 1929. Wiley graduated from Mount Ayr
High School and attended two years at Graceland College in Lamoni. Wiley lived his
adult life at Clarinda, Bedford, and Lenox, a resident of Taylor Ridge Estates for
several years. Wiley was a serious, educated man. He loved history and enjoyed trips
to the museum and historic places of interest. Wiley liked to tell stories of his
yester-years; his travels; his talks of jobs that he held as a young man with
farming being his favorite and autumn the favorite season.
Wiley played the piano, claiming never to be good at it, with "How Great Thou Art"
being his favorite song. Wiley collected a hat from each state visited. His favorite
color was blue and his outfit of choice was blue denim pants & shirt.
When going out to eat, whether it is breakfast, lunch, or dinner, you could bet it
would be hamburgers: and Dr Pepper! He spoke highly of his family and friends. He
cherished his class reunions and enjoyed talking of his memories of class mates.
Wiley passed away peacefully, but unexpectantly, on November 4, 2006 at Taylor
Ridge Estates. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother Kyle and a
sister Thelma Adams.
Survivors include his sister Georgia Campbell of Mount Ayr; brothers Richard, of
Villisca, Gary of Jefferson,TX, and Dennis of Ft. Worth, TX; nieces, nephews, and
his dear friends at Taylor Ridge Estates.
Wilson-Watson andArmstrong Funeral Home Of Mount Ayr was in charge of
arrangements for Wiley.
Burial was in the Rose Hill Cemetery in Mount Ayr.
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