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Kenneth Lowell Webb, II
May 17, 1965 ~ June 4, 2023 (age 58) 58 Years Old
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Kenneth Lowell Webb II, 58, of Jeffersonville, passed away on Sunday, June 4, 2023 at St. Joseph Mt. Sterling. He was born in Ft. Worth, Texas on May 17, 1965.
Ken, his wife, 3 children and his father moved to Montgomery County in 2005 from Alabama. He was a member of Rolling Hills Church of Christ. Although he went to college and obtained a Master’s Degree, he decided that he loved the open road and made a living by being a truck driver. Other than spending time with his beautiful wife of almost 30 years and his talented children, his favorite pastime was all sappy Hallmark movies. This is closely followed by his love of cooking, playing golf, helping others, and his fur babies and grand fur babies. He will be dearly missed by his family, church family and friends.
He met his gorgeous loving wife at Harding University in Searcy Arkansas in the New Gym within 4 weeks of the start of her freshman first semester. He married her so he could “kiss her anytime he wanted”. He described his success as having such a wonderful loving family and successful children. He was funny, outgoing and never met a stranger. He made many friends across the globe and did his best to remain in touch with them, but not as often as he would have preferred.
Ken is survived by his beloved wife, Sharon Welch Webb of Jeffersonville; one son, Jacob Webb of Jeffersonville, two daughters, Symantha Webb of Lexington and Matalyn Hannah (William) of Nicholasville; one brother, Russell Pullium (April) of Azle, Texas. He was much loved by his nieces, nephews, his great-nieces, and great-nephews.
Ken was preceded in death by his parents, Kenneth and Naomi Pitcock Webb and his biological mother, Sam Pullium.
Visitation will be held at Rolling Hills Church of Christ at 2:00 pm Friday June 9, 2023 with a celebration of life beginning at 3:00 pm.