Elwood Lyle Webb Sr.

Born: Mon., Nov. 5, 1923
Died: Wed., Apr. 23, 2014

No services to be held

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Elwood Lyle Webb Sr. age 90 of Fairfield, Montana died Wednesday, APRs 23rd at his home in Fairfield.  Cremation has taken place  under the direction of Gorder Jensen Funeral Home. At his request, no services are planned.

Elwood was born November 5, 1924 in Great Falls, MT the son of Ernest and Ruth (Smith) Webb. He was raised and educated in Cascade and ranched in Square Butte and Crown Butte areas and summers as a youth at the Birdtail Ranch with his grandparents.

He enjoyed wood working, writing poems, Gemology and photography. In his  younger years he enjoyed raising Appaloosa horses and was a member and past president of the Northwest Appaloosa Horse Club. He also enjoyed raising Herefords and black baldy Angus cattle.

He is survived by his wife: Jeanne of the home in Fairfield; 6 children: Elwood Webb Jr. of Napa, ID, Nat Webb of Huron, MT, Karen Johnson of Idaho, Tina Leveque of Napa, ID, Kim Krueger of Denver, CO, and Cathy Barnhart of California and a brother, Wesley Webb of Great Falls, MT, sister, Evelyn Anderssch of Butte, MT and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, a stepson Mike Fry, a stepdaughter, Kate Fadness, a sister in law, Millie Webb and a brother, Ernest Webb.

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Kathleen Bowers Brown
   Posted Sun April 27, 2014
It is with great respect and sadness that I write this message in response to hearing about your father's passing. My name may not sound familiar to you, but many years ago, I was privileged and blessed by your father's tremendous act of kindness that has remained most memorable and shared with others throughout my life. I was only 15 years old when I met your husband/dad. I new very little about horses, and a couple had sold me a horse that had been drugged to appear tame. When the drugs wore off, the horse showed its true wild, un-tameable nature. A trainer had told your husband/dad about what happened, and though he did not know me, he had great compassion and offered to trade me horses even knowing the other was not trainable. Your husband/dad became my hero and mentor of who I wanted to be like; to help others along my trail of life. I wish I had known that he lived so near to me, to thank him once again for that un-forgettable act of kindness that made a tremendous difference in my life. My sincere condolences in your loss, Kathleen

Nicoli (Nikki) Parson Ferrell
   Posted Mon April 28, 2014
I have such fond memories of the Webb house in Cascade, the many children to follow and enjoy. Karen and I spent many hours playing in the lot between her house and my grandmother's house. (Pearl Tintinger) I have known and gone to school with most of the kids. I always remember Elwood as the mystic cowboy.....
I knew Kiki was in Nampa, nice to know others are close also.
I am in Boise.

Carol Gray
   Posted Mon April 28, 2014
May God bless you and keep you in his care, now and in the days to come.
With heartfelt sympathies,
Carol Lynn Andersch-Gray

v. thompson
   Posted Tue April 29, 2014
My sincere condolences to the Webb family. May you find comfort in your loving memories, and in God's promise to soon "swallow up death forever" and "wipe away the tears from all faces." (Isaiah 25;8) While grief at the loss of Elwood is great, joy at welcoming him back in the resurrection will be greater. (Mark 5;42) With deepest sympathy,

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