Peggy Ann Webb, 73, of 111 Thomas and Webb Road, Johnson City, TN, went to be with the Lord on April 3, 2010 at the Johnson City Medical Center after a lengthy illness.Mrs. Webb was a lifelong resident of Washington County, TN. She was the daughter of the late Bert and Bertha McKinney Sheets. In addition to her parents she was also preceded by a loving sister Connie Scardo and a special nephew, Hugh "Bug"? Paul, Jr. She was a member of Union Church of Christ. After retiring from the Veterans Administration Canteen she enjoyed working at the E.T.S.U. Bookstore. The Bookstore employees and students became an extended family to her that she loved dearly. Survivors include her husband of 52 years, Lloyd: she was a second mother to nieces Donna Webb, Beverly Bennett and nephew, Joe Webb. Brothers in law, Lonnie Webb and Reece Bryant, sisters in law, Judy Webb, Betty Laws and Iva Lee Webb, nieces, Renee Pons, Cathy Barr, Sharon Bryant and Colleen Cramer, nephews, Leonard Laws, Jr., Rick Laws, Pete Laws, Tom Webb and Great nieces, Becky and Kristy Bennett, Great nephews, Justin Holsclaw and Wade "Lil Bug"? Paul. Great great nephew, Memphis Scott and several extended family members and special friends. Funeral services will be conducted from the Morris-Baker North Chapel at 8:00 pm on Tuesday, April 6, 2010. Mr. Jim Franklin will officiate. Burial services will be conducted at 11:00 am on Wednesday from the Roselawn Memory Gardens. The family and friends will meet at the cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Joe Webb, Scotty Bennett, Roger Tinker, David Arnold, Justin Holsclaw and Justin Malone. Honorary pallbearers will be Phillip Pons and George Barr. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 6:00 until 8:00 pm on Tuesday.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Peggy was a great lady who made working at the bookstore so much fun-she will be missed by all who were fortunate enough to know her. My thoughts are with her family and friends.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Peggy was a great inspiration! I always enjoyed going into work and seeing here there! She always knew how to brighten up a room. I remember when I first started working at the bookstore, I discovered her secret candy drawer…and everytime I would come in she would offer me whatever candy she had. She would also make the famous “star” sandwiches when we would have an event at the bookstore or out at the park. Peggy consistently did things for others just to see them smile. She will be greatly missed.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Though I know we should be rejoicing, my heart breaks for Peggy’s passing. She was a generous and compassionate woman who adopted everyone she met into her family and loved us as if we were her own. I worked with her for three years at the ETSU bookstore and she contributed immensely to making that place feel like my home. She touched, taught, encouraged all of us and lifted our spirits with a veracious sense of humor. Now she has been welcomed into her father’s arms as the unfailing good and faithful servant she has always been, and she is inspiring us again.

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