Sterling D. Webb

July 25, 2002 – February 3, 2019

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Sterling D. Webb 2002-2019


On July 25, 2002, a perfect little baby boy, Sterling DeWayne Webb was born to Sedonia LaTaisha Inez Campbell and Samuel D. Webb. He was such a happy baby, a bubbly little boy with an infectious laugh. He attended James H. Law Elementary, where he made a lasting impression on many. Sterling played little league ball for the Southside Colts and they became his second family. Sterling attended SOHO Intermediate, where he played basketball, then transferred to Albert Thomas Middle School, where he played football. He attended Ross S. Sterling High School until his untimely death. Sterling departed this earthly life suddenly on February 3, 2019. He is preceded in death by his grandmother, Nettie Webb; great grandmother, Sedonia Tenarrase; and a very special cousin, Justin Lee Campbell. Sterling leaves to cherish his memories to to his mom, Sedonia Campbell; father, Samuel Webb; brothers, Samuel W. Webb, Kam’ron Webb, Tyrique DeQuinton, Sam III; sisters, Kailin Campbell and Maddy; grandmother, Marilyn Campbell; grandfather, Darrell Hardison, Ernest Wilson and Robert Finley; aunts, Tamara, Trina (DeMarcus), Kendra (Mark), Kendalin (Derrick); uncle, Ron Finley; Godmother, Evelyn Campbell; a best friend, Nycole; and a host of great aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends. Sterling, to loose someone as special as you just simply seems unfair. Life will never be the same for me, the laughs, the jokes, the prank calls, us sharing funny pics and videos then you saying “Momma you lame, that one wasn’t funny.” The many trips for two hot and spicys plain, a medium fry and a large oreo mcflurry, I would buy you a million more just to have more time with you. I know that’s not my reality therefore I say to you son I love you and I will hold on to those happy memories to keep you in my heart. You are thought of with much pride, with each mention of your name, death will not change a thing the love will remain the same. I stand here proud to have been able to call you my son for sixteen years. Forever loving you, Mom

Saturday, the 16th day of February, 2019 Eleven O’clock in the Morning

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