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Carl Webb

Visitation:
Date: Tuesday, January 12, 2021
Time: 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Visitation Location:
Bland-Hackleman Funeral Home

Service:
Date: Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Time: 10:00 a.m.

Service Location:
Hazel Dell Missionary Baptist Church

Interment:
Hazel Dell Cemetery


Memorials/Donations
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Hazel Dell Cemetery and left at the funeral home.

Obituary
Carl Wesley Webb, age 80, of El Dorado Springs, Missouri, passed away January 9, 2021, at his home. He was born August 17, 1940, to Carlas Christopher and Opal Marie (Price) Webb in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Carl grew up in Eureka, where he attended school and church. Carl left behind a testimony of a heart-felt, know-so salvation. God convicted him at a Brush Arbor meeting at Grassy Knob School House. He went to the altar, prayed, and the Lord took the conviction away and gave him peace.

Carl moved to El Dorado Springs shortly after finishing school. He soon met Veda Mae Barger, to whom he was married for 46 years. From this union, the Lord blessed them with two children. Together, they attended Hazel Dell Missionary Baptist Church, where the Lord led him to join the church and be baptized. Years later, he was ordained as a deacon. Carl loved his church and was steadfast in his faith. Carl was a very loving, caring, kind husband, dad, Pappy, and friend.

Carl worked at Witt Printing Co. for 32 years. After leaving the company in 1992, he started his dream woodshop and worked until illness stopped him. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, and woodworking. He especially loved watching his granddaughters grow up. He would light up when his granddaughters walked into the room. He loved hearing their stories and teaching them the ways of orneriness.

Carl was preceded in death by his wife (Veda Mae), son (Carl Wayne), brothers (Don and Norman), and parents (Carlas and Opal). He is survived by daughter, Brenda Ford, and husband (DJ) of Milo, MO; granddaughters, Emily Mae and Amy Sue, of Milo, MO; companion, Betty Beason, of El Dorado Springs, MO; and many brothers- and sisters-in-law, nieces, and nephews.

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