Susan Kay Webb

December 06, 2021

Susan Kay Webb, of Comanche, Oklahoma, was born January 15, 1950 in Lubbock, Texas to Harry and Alta (Gillum) Christy. She passed away at her home on Thursday, December 2, 2021, with her family at her side. She was 71.

The family will receive visitors on Tuesday, December 7, between 5:30-7:00P.M. at Whitt Funeral Home. Funeral services are scheduled for Wednesday, December 8, at 12:00P.M. in Whitt Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Rocky Keck officiating. Live streaming of the funeral service will be available at Serving as pallbearers will be Jeramy McAbee, Ryan Brunette, Cameron Milbeck, Floyd Webb, Donny Vantassel and Gavin Barella. Honorary pallbearers will be Cole Vantassel, Daylen Webb, Cody Vantassel and Geoff Jones. Interment will follow at the New Velma Cemetery under the care of Whitt Funeral Home.

Susan graduated from public schools in Arvin, California. She received her beautician's license from Frederick's Beauty School in Bakersfield, California. On February 22, 1992 she married Johnny Bob Webb in Bakersfield. She was employed as a waitress. Susan and Johnny owned their own painting company for decades.

She loved to bake cakes, make jelly, and collect knick-knacks. An advocate for both the veterans and firefighters, she loved to raise money for both groups. Christmas was her favorite time of the year. Susan loved her family dearly, especially her grandchildren.

Susan is survived by her husband, Johnny; children: Judith Kimbrell and husband Jerry Harris of Marlow, John David Vantassel of Bakersfield, Anthony and wife Lisa Vantassel of Duncan, April and husband Jeff Landolfi of Elgin, Johnny Webb Jr. of Duncan, Stephanie Webb of Duncan; 10 grandsons; 14 granddaughters; 9 great grandsons; 8 great granddaughters; brothers, Bill Christy of Kingston, Lester James Christy of Las Vegas, Nevada, Ben Stephen and Betty Christy of Kingston; and sisters, Sally Johnson of Duncan, Penny Wood of Tuscon, Arizona, Janice and husband Ricky Stewart of Bakersfield.

Memorial contributions can be made to either Chisholm Trail Hospice, 2000 Elk Avenue, Duncan, OK 73533 or Von Hawks Rising, PO Box 1461, Duncan, OK 73533.

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