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Anne Elizabeth Middleton Webb


July 1, 2019

Anne Elizabeth Middleton Webb, 76, was called home to be with her Savior Saturday, June 29, 2019, while at home surrounded by her family.

Born and raised in Jackson County, Caney Fork community of Cullowhee, she was the daughter of the late Ransom and Edna Middleton. She and her (late) husband, James Clyde Webb, made the trek across Glenville Mountain to Transylvania County to move with their four small children to the Lake Toxaway, Quebec Community, where they were so lovingly welcomed into the community to raise their children and call it home for the past 52 years.

In addition to her parents and husband, her brothers, Harvey, Bruce and Larkin Middleton and sisters, Louise Middleton and Frances McCall; son, David Webb; and a special nephew who lived with the family, Ray Middleton, predeceased her.

She is survived by her loving daughters, Sharon (Chuck) Bradley, Shirley (Randy) Meece and Donna Webb, all of Lake Toxaway; brothers, Melvin (Patty) Middleton, of Cullowhee, Ralph “Bud” (Betty) Middleton, of Clyde and John (Jean) Middleton, of Sylva; a special nephew who lived with the family Bruce (Sharon) Middleton; sisters-in-love, Betty Plemmons, of Mount Holly, Barbara (Tony) Mauldin, of Black Mountain, Anna (Bob) Nelon, of Waynesville and Wanda (Russell) McCall, of Cashiers, her beloved grandchildren, Lakin (Timmy) Jones, Nathanael Meece, Charley Bradley, JT Bradley, Jesse Bradley, Sammy Bradley, Jeremy McKinney, Amber McKinney, Shallyne Middleton, Alyssa Abrahm, Chaston Gibson, Will Gibson, Matthew Hildebrand, Hunter Hildebrand, Hayden Hildebrand, Tanner Burrell and Josh Webb; seven great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

A longtime member of Faith Missionary Baptist Church in Lake Toxaway, she loved her church and was always ready to help serve in any way needed. She played a huge role in getting the Quebec Senior Citizens Program at the Quebec Community Center started and enjoyed her time working with the seniors of our community.

She loved her community. She served on the PTO board at TC Henderson Elementary, where her children attended. The Quebec Community Center was especially near to her heart as she served on the board and worked tirelessly for the community. The center was a gathering place on many occasions for her family and with the community.

The family would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to so many friends for their prayers and the tremendous support from the Hospice team.

“Rest in peace, mother. Your family sure did love you.”

Family extends special thanks and love to Chuck, Charley, JT, Jesse, Sammy, Randy, Nathanael, Lakin and Timmy for sacrificial love extended during this time of caring for their mother.

In lieu of flowers, consider a donation to one of the following of your choice, Hospice, American Lung Association, Cancer Research Institute or Alzheimer’s Association.

A memorial will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 2, 2019, at Faith Baptist Church in Quebec, with Rev. Kyle Reese officiating.

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Moore-Blanchard Funerals & Cremations is caring for the family.


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