Norma Jean Webb

In Memorial

Norma Jean Webb, age 83. Sunrise September 24, 1935, Sunset March 30, 2019, was born in Columbus Ohio as an only child to the late William H. and Elizabeth C. Ray.

Norma grew up on the East side of Columbus and attended East High School. Norma was a long time
employee of Mettler-Toledo Scales where she assumed many duties as a valued associate. Norma
enjoyed many things in life; including her family, dancing, bowling and traveling. She was a member of
VEW Auxiliary Post 3764 and of Faith Ministries. Norma loved her dogs of which she had many during
her life time.

She is preceded in death by her husband Byron C. Webb.

Norma leaves to cherish her memory; Duane (Debra) Tribune, Antoinette “Toni” Tribune-Colvin, Angelo
(Terri) Graves, step-daughter Penni Webb, several grandchildren, great-grandchildren and a host of
friends. She also leaves special memories to her two best friends the late Frank and JoAnn Matthews,
her favorite Darlene Matthews and good friend Yvonne Reed.

Visitation 9:00am and Funeral Service 10:00am Saturday, April 13, 2019 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Interment at Arlington Memory Gardens

Condolence Messages

  1. It is hard to cope with losing anyone we love,our heavenly Father has given us a sure hope of a future to be reunited together with our beloved ones again.Acts 24:15.The true God can not lie.Titus 1:2 My condolences.

  2. Irish J. Richardson

    To the Webb family. My heart is with you and your family at this time of your loss. There is comfort in knowing God’s promises about the resurrection hope. (Acts 24:15) and (John 5:28,29) In the past God has resurrected humans and He is eager to do it again because He hates death. (Mark 5:41-43) To learn more about God’s promises go to JW.ORG. There are online Bible study lessons featured and more. Love Your Neighbor Irish J. Richardson

  3. Edward and Dianna Poindexter

    To the Webb Family: Our hearts were broken for you all when we heard of your great loss. We are praying for your strength during this time of grief. May the Love of Jesus comfort you and may His Peace be yours. With Love and Our deepest Sympathy.

  4. Kenneth A. Bates, Sr.

    To the Family, from the Bates Family, our sincere sympathy and condolences go out to you during this dark hour in your lives. Your Matriarch has been called home, pains and burdens no more. Mom will continue to dwell in each of your hearts and memories.

  5. Its had to belive as i look out of my backdoor that you are gone. We were neighbors for years. You were always busy in your yard till your health failed. Praying for the family

  6. To the entire family of Norma Jean
    I extend my condolences and prayers to you all. Norma will truly be missed. Norma was truly loved by many, and and will be missed.
    Cherish the memories and on hold to faith to get your through.
    May hold in his arms during these times.
    Prayer of peace to you all

    Lisa Flint

  7. Toni and family,
    Praying you’ ll feel His tender, loving care as your heart finds His path to healing and peace.

    Thinking of you

  8. Zenzele-Leandria Young

    My condolences Aunt Toni. I didn’t know your mom transitioned.
    Love to you and the family. Grieving is a thing that takes time.
    Prayers for both your grief, strength & joy, for God is in control of them all.

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