Clifford (Cliff, CW) Allen Webb, 68, died in St. Mary’s Hospital on Sunday, July 5, 2020 surrounded by his family.
There will be a visitation at First Pilgrim of Holiness Church (2625 E. Prairie St., Decatur, IL) on Saturday, July 11, 2020 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm. There will be a family & friends gathering on Saturday, July 11, 2020 from 3:00 pm until a later time at 2449 E. William St., Decatur, IL. Memorials can be made to the family, in care of Theresa Webb.
Cliff was born in March of 1952 in Memorial Hospital, Decatur, the son of Lucky and Mary V. Webb. He was graduated from Eisenhower High School and Parkland College, Champaign, IL. He worked at Pave Rite Paving in Springfield, IL. Clifford married his wife, Theresa in January of 1982.
Clifford is survived by his wife, Theresa A. Webb; Children: Barb and husband Eric Howell, Amy and husband Shorty Nelson, Bill and wife Traci Cunningham, Beau and wife Amy Cunningham, Chuck Cunningham, Derek and wife Janice Cunningham, Paul and wife Bri Cunningham, Kelly and husband Bill Prosser; 34 grandchildren; and 22 great grandchildren with one on the way.
He was preceded by his father and mother, Elmer Lucky and Mary V. (Wikoff) Webb; brother Danny Webb and wife Jackie.
Childhood memories included Elmer “Butch” Webb and Danny Webb, each with their own personality, but they loved all of their family. Cliff loved going to see family in Marion to be with cousins and ride horses.
Clifford always had a quip he would say for everything to make kids laugh. He married a woman with five boys. He reared five sons and three daughters, collected anything and everything he could, loved his long naps, taking vacations with his wife & family. Cliff never let go of anything as he was a lifetime collector.
Cliff had a great memory for dates and events. He had two sons who were die hard Cub fans and convinced him to jump ship from his wife’s team, the Cardinals. Since his passing, he has called his mother-in-law twice from his dead cell phone.
He had a full sized school bus made into a camper for his wife and eight children who had to push for him to pop the clutch to start, then run to jump in the bus going down the road. People never saw Clifford and Theresa without one another!! Clifford always sang his own ditties and old time Rock n Roll. All of Clifford’s songs, stories, and jokes will be greatly missed.
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