Donna Webb Obituary, Death – Naomi Noeldean Higgins gave birth to Donna Noel Higgins on November 18, 1943, in Dallas, Texas. Donna’s mother and stepfather, JC Manry, nurtured her with affection. Of her seven siblings, Donna was the oldest. When Donna and John struck up a conversation at a church picnic that she was attending with her ex-boyfriend, the ex-boyfriend became upset and left; the rest, as they say, is history. On June 15, 1960, Donna married the love of her life, Johnny Webb, after dating for roughly six months. They recently commemorated their 62nd wedding anniversary.
For a while, Donna oversaw the Brazier Dairy Queen on Bissonnet in Houston, Texas. Richard Noel and Jewel Adelle, two of John’s children, frequently assisted. After quitting Dairy Queen, Donna worked as a housewife until she started working as the church secretary and Sunday school teacher at South Shaver Baptist Church. Up to the church’s final year in 2007, she served as the church secretary for South Shaver Baptist Church. Donna adored Macy’s and was always able to score a good deal there. Donna always knew how to “dress for success” and did so. She cherished the occasions when she could go to the movies, go “Cabin” camping, and other activities with her family and friends.
She enjoyed telling elephant jokes and could recite them one after the other for hours. Additionally, Donna adored taking cruises with “My John,” the love of her life. Her younger sister Barbara June Manry and her younger brothers Randy, Jerry, Dennis, and James Manry also predeceased Donna. Naomi Manry, her mother, died in 1997, and JC Manry, her stepfather, died in 2001.
In addition to her husband Johnny (John) Webb, Donna is also survived by her son Richard Noel Webb and his wife Lyvia Ruth Webb, her grandson Jose Richard Noel (Chach) Webb and his wife Cristal, her grandchild Marcos Antonio Webb, and her great-granddaughter Zoe Webb.
Jewel Adelle Cyr and Orlando Quintanilla, as well as their grandchildren Cody and Tyler Cyr, Megan Quintanilla, brother Donald Reed Manry and Cindy, as well as their children Tina and Brian, are all present. Nephew Christopher Garner and wife Elizabeth and daughters Lena and Scarlett; sister Roxie Simond and husband Travis and sons TJ and Aaron. Sons Daniel and JC, as well as niece Misty and her spouse Brian Baker. Brianna and Julianna Rivera, daughters of niece Christina and her husband Daniel Rivera. She always said that she wanted to get to heaven before “her John” so that she could begin asking the Lord all the things she had ready to ask—and wow, she had a lot of questions!
Therefore, be prepared to wait if you have any questions when you get in paradise because Donna will not yet have had the chance to ask all of her inquiries.
We shall all miss Donna for a variety of reasons, including her contagious laughter, her grace under pressure while dealing with schoolchildren, and of course her world-famous banana pudding.
Donna In her nearly 80 years on this planet, Noel Higgins Webb served as a daughter, sister, wife, mother, sister-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, and a loyal friend to everyone who had the good fortune to cross her path.