WEBB Lynnda

Posted: March 27th, 2015

Webb, Lynnda (obit & card)

Lynnda Anne Webb

1948 – 2015

Ms. Lynnda A. Webb of Lethbridge, passed away after a brief illness on Monday, March 23, 2015 at the age of 66 years. Lynn was born on July 15, 1948 in Edmonton, AB. As a child, she lived all over Canada where she had fond memories growing up as an Air Force Brat. As an adult, she spent many years in Windsor, ON where she was blessed with her only son, Randy. She then moved to Lethbridge, AB to be closer to family, and made their home there. Many years were spent enjoying most of her time talking and bonding with her son and special daughter-in-law & friend Suzanne. Lynn also took advantage of her time spoiling her two precious granddaughters. These were the best years of her life, and endless memories will always be close to all who knew her. After retirement, Lynn flourished to find her own love which was to travel. She took many trips solo and discovered a passion and found serenity in her time away in her adventures and enjoyed being in the West Coast Sunshine. Lynn always made time to mentor many people who crossed her path. Through her wisdom and unconditional love, and at times used downright stubbornness. She will be missed by all who were touched by her many gifts. Above all, Lynn was truly a unique individual and for anyone who knew her for her; quirky sense of humor, “joie de vivre” will understand her well known phrase “not my circus, not my monkeys”. Lynnda Anne Webb is survived by her son Randy and his wife Suzanne; grandchildren Jayme and Kyra; two brothers George and Bob; nieces and nephew Vickie, Deryk, Haidee and Adrienne; best friends Cheryl & Bob and the whole Schram clan. A Celebration of Life will be held from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at the Army Navy and Air Force Veterans Club, 517 – 5 Ave South, Lethbridge. As a tribute to Lynn, please wear your sunglasses on this day. Visit www.mbfunerals.com to send a private condolence.

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  1. Rose Rossi says:

    Couldn’t believe it !
    Lynn has always been a constant….Always busy doing something , somewhere , and caring for someone
    We always share a chuckle about something we always felt was stupid ….her tall statue presence ,smile , and character will be remembered in our hearts and missed

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