George Walker Webb, Jr., age 82, peacefully passed February 19, 2023 in Abilene, TX.
A family directed memorial will be held under the pavilion of Atwell Cemetery, Atwell, TX on Saturday March 4, 2023 at 11:00 am.
George was born May 24, 1940 in Comanche, TX to George Webb, Sr. and Vivian Detta Webb. As a child, he loved cowboys, horses and all things adventurous. His true love was found as a teenager, when he met the one and only love of his life, Mamie Francis Foster. George excelled in football during High School, even while driving to Cross Plains and back several nights per week to visit Mamie. The couple married on October 30, 1956 and made their home in Dallas, where George began his career in Real Estate. He worked alongside his father at George Webb Realty. George's ability to buy and sell was predictable to those that knew him, and he quickly became an entrepreneur.
George's love for the great outdoors began early in life and when not engaged in Real Estate you would find him boating, fishing, hunting, camping and traveling the world. He found family and friend game nights and trips to Vegas especially fun! Never fully retired, George and Mamie moved to Abilene in 2008 to enjoy golfing, family and no traffic.
George is survived by his wife Mamie, of 66 years, daughters and son in laws, Tammy and Rick Worley, and Teri and Carl McQueen; grandchildren, Jesse and Becca Worley, Kimber and Scott Heuman, Jeff and Lucy Henson; great grandchildren, Raylee and Hudson Henson, and Kaleb, Jacob and Colton Heuman. He is also survived by his grandchildren by choice, TJ and Shanda Griffon, and great grandson, Stone Griffon. He leaves behind numerous family members and dear friends.
George was preceded in death by his parents George and Detta Webb, sisters Dorithea Gibson and Janelle Webb, son George Walker 'Butch' Webb, III, and grandson Cole Michael Worley.
Due to Georges love for dogs, the family asks in lieu of flowers, donations be made to your local SPCA.
The family extends their heartful gratitude to Dr. Purpura, Melanie Nieto, Interim Hospice, and Mesa Springs Nursing Center. The loving and dignified care given George will forever be a blessing.