On Monday January 29, 2018 Judith Webb "went to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ".
Judith Kay Webb (formerly Judith Bain, Judith Angle) 73, passed away on January 29, 2018 in the home of her family in Wichita, Kansas.
Ms. Webb was born to Raymond an Esther Bain on February 24, 1944. She had one sister, Norma Jean Sauer and two brothers, Gerald and Roger Bain.
As a child, she resided in Peabody, Kansas and moved to Wichita, Kansas shortly after high school graduation where she remained through the rest of her life. Although she moved to Wichita, her family often got together many holidays and times throughout the years and remained close. She enjoyed these family times as the family continued to grow with many nieces and nephews.
She was married twice. Her first marriage to Cecil Roland Angle Jr. They had one child, Cynthia Angle (Silmon). She later married, Larry Webb. She has been with her current boyfriend, David Waymire for 12 years.
Ms. Webb was a dedicated mother to Cynthia. She supported her through the ups and downs of raising a child, but her love never wavered. She was the most patient and loving mother one could hope for. And she continued to be supportive to her daughter throughout her life.
Ms. Webb worked various office jobs throughout her life until she retired. Her first job was at a candy counter when she moved to Wichita and her last place of employment was DCCCA Family Preservation.
She filled her life with many passions. These included vacations and going to museums and zoos. She loved nature and animals and loved to see and experience many different things. She enjoyed taking pictures of all these precious moments in life. She also took up painting for a few years. She loved Elvis and collected many things and enjoyed listening to his music and watching his movies. She enjoyed eating out and watching television.
She enjoyed going on vacations with her sister for many years and had many wonderful cross-country road trips to various states down south and the eastern part of the United States. They would often drive through more than 10 states on a single trip.
She also had numerous trips and outings she enjoyed with her boyfriend, Dave. They would often go to local museums, eat out, listen to Elvis and watch movies. They enjoyed such trips as Branson, Oklahoma, Colorado and local Kansas trips. They also attended many concerts together.
Her pride and joy was her family, including her daughter, son-in-law, Connell Silmon Jr, and four grandchildren, Jeremy Silmon, age 24, Trey Silmon, age 20, Cody Silmon, age 18, and Kyle Silmon, age 16. For as long as she was able, she participated and attended all their school and extracurricular events including band concerts, soccer and basketball games, Boy Scout and other activities they were involved in. She spent holidays with her family and talked with her daughter daily. She was a huge part of their everyday life and offered support any time there was a need.
She and her daughter had the opportunity to take many wonderful trips in the last 5 years. Including trips to Albuquerque Balloon Festival, Nebraska, San Antonio, Oklahoma, Branson, as well as several Kansas trips. One of their most recent road trips was to Niagara Falls, which included many stops in various states along the way, including Missouri, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, South Dakota and Nebraska.
Judy was a strong woman and overcame many challenges. She overcame a stroke in 2003. In October 2016, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and then had a stroke in January 2017. She was able to overcome these obstacles but suffered from another stroke in September 2017. Although she attempted rehab, she was unable to recover. She came and lived with her daughter and family and remained in their home up until the time of her death.
Ms. Webb was preceded in death by her parents, Raymond and Esther Bain. She is survived by her sister, Norma Jean Sauer, her brothers and their wives, Gerald and Myrna Bain, and Roger and Joy Bain, her daughter and son-in-law, Cynthia and Connell Silmon Jr., her grandchildren, Jeremy, Trey, Cody and Kyle, and by her boyfriend, David Waymire.
Judy was a patient and loving person. She made others around her feel loved. She always told her family that she loved them. She went through life being a good person and caring about others. May we all take a moment to reflect on our lives. Don’t let the daily struggles prevent us from focusing on family, friends, love and joy. Because these are the things that truly matter in the end.