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David P. Webb III

Friday, August 6, 2010

David P. Webb III, 59, Bowling Green, Ind., passed away at Union Hospital July 29, 2010, following a brief illness.

He was born at Fountain Square, Ind., Feb. 12, 1951, the son of David P. and Bertha Louise (Lucas) Webb.

He graduated from Wood High School, Indianapolis, with the class of 1968. Following high school, he began working for Memorial Park Cemetery for several years. He also worked for E and W Tool and Mold.

He married Sue Shackleford Aug. 7, 1971. In 1973, he began working for Allison Transmission A Division of General Motors and retired in March 2004.

Most recently, he worked as a custodian at Clay City Elementary.

David enjoyed, very much, being able to spend his days with the students and faculty at the school, especially his grandchildren.

He was a member of the Bowling Green Old Settlers committee and the United Auto Workers Local 933.

In his free time, he enjoyed spending time on his front porch, talking to neighbors and passing out treats to the neighborhood kids.

He was preceded in death by his parents, sister Vicki Marie Webb, brother Steven Michael Webb, and grandchildren Ruth Mae Webb and Noel Webb.

He is survived by his wife Sue Webb, Bowling Green, sons David Scott Webb (Jennifer), Clay City, James Edward Webb (Jodie), Marshall, Ill., and Christopher William Webb (Jena), Bowling Green, daughter Larissa Elizabeth Webb, Bowling Green, grandchildren Shiloh, Josiah, Selah, Christopher, Emalee, Ethan, Zachariah, Tristan, Thomas, John, Brock, Tyler and Craig, sisters Mary Mouring (Roy), and Cathy Avila, brother Terry Webb (Connie), all of Indianapolis, as well as several nieces, nephews and extended family members.

At his request, cremation services have been entrusted to French Funeral Home. A memorial service will take place at Lawson-Miller Chapel, Saturday, Aug. 14, 2010, from 5-8 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Lung Association.

Visit www.frenchfuneralhome.com to light a candle in his memory.