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March 5, 1985 – January 8, 2024
Chuck Gordon Webb, beloved brother, father, son, uncle, and friend, passed away on January 8, 2024, at the age of 38 in his hometown of Cincinnati, OH. Born on March 5, 1985, Chuck lived a life filled with love, determination, and resilience.
Chuck was a proud resident of Cincinnati, OH. Despite facing numerous challenges, Chuck’s indomitable spirit allowed him to overcome them and find happiness in the simple joys of life. He always prioritized the well-being of his two sons, Jonathan and Blake Webb, whom he cherished with all his heart.
Chuck made his mark in the food service industry, working diligently to provide for his family. He found fulfillment in his job at McCoy’s, where he excelled as a food manager. Chuck was known for his strong work ethic, dedication, and a friendly smile that brightened the atmosphere wherever he went.
Chuck’s untimely departure has left an immense void in the lives of those who knew and loved him. He will be remembered as a devoted brother, a loving father, a cherished son, and a loyal friend. His memory will forever be etched in our hearts as we recall his strength in the face of adversity and the unwavering love he bestowed upon his family.
Chuck is survived by his sons, Jonathan and Blake, his sisters, Alisha Webb and Patsy Strunk, his brother Jay Vaughn, his father Herbert Vaughn, his loyal friends Brittany Harris and Jerome Byrd. His passing is mourned by a multitude of relatives, friends, and acquaintances whose lives he touched with his kindness, generosity, and resilience.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Anna Vaughn.
Funeral services to honor Chuck’s life will be held at Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, located at 2155 Compton Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45231- Follow the BLUE line on cemetery grounds, on Tuesday, January 16, 2024. The family will receive visitors from 12:30 PM until 1:30 PM. A funeral service, celebrating the beautiful life of Chuck Gordon Webb, will commence at 1:30 PM. Following the service, a burial will be held at Arlington Memorial Gardens Cemetery at 2:30 PM.
In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations be made to Hospice of Cincinnati in Chuck’s name, as he had a compassionate heart for those in need.
Chuck Gordon Webb will forever remain in our hearts, and though we grieve his loss, we find solace in knowing that he is now watching over us from above, reunited with loved ones who have gone before him. May his soul find eternal peace.
Tuesday, January 16, 2024, 12:30 AM – 1:30 PM
The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home
Tuesday, January 16, 2024, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home
“Meeting you and getting to know you was one of the best gifts God could have gave me. I still can’t believe your gone. It seemed like yesterday we were running around goofing off and stuff. I’m at a loss for words because this doesn’t seem real at all. You will forever be in my heart and your legacy will always love on through your kids and your memories. Watch over us and save a seat for me up there next to you. Love you and truly gonna miss”
“Chuck Love You Brodie. We Put On @ Arc.”
“Hey Chuck! Know we didn’t talk much towards the past few yrs but i know and will remember you as the sweetest, kindest, most loving, loyal father, brother and friend! It saddens me your family especially your sons have to deal with this! Hold them close! No more pain, your a soldier! Much love man! I hope I am able to make it even to pay my respects to your beautiful family! God bless the Webb family and friends!! – Mollie Grundy”
“So sorry for the loss. Your family is in my prayers”
“Bro this is so hard to write. I just want to hear the phone ring and you say ‘hey Britt it’s been a minute go pick up Harry and lets chill.’ You are beyond missed here on Earth by so many bro, you have a whole army. I know without a doubt if love could’ve saved you then you would’ve lived forever. Your sister has worked her butt off to get your send off perfect, though it’s a day I have been dreading I am sure you will look fly! I miss you bro and love you so much. I hope you always felt loved in my presences. Until we meet again in Heaven you will be grieved here on Earth. You made a huge impact on so many.”
“Rest in paradise, Chuck.”
“Peace from an old friend. I’ll be thinking of Chuck and times long past. Hoping for the best for everyone affected.”
“I hope ur send off is everything u ever wanted.. I will always be here watching over the boys and will love u until the end of time.. from my first breath to ur last 2 infinity and beyond.”
“I will forever love you and look after the boys.. I feel like I lost a huge piece of myself this week.. I made sure to give u an amazing send off so the boys could find the closure they deserve.. I put u in the 10 commandments garden across from our mom. I know u are in heaven watching over us all.. kisses to the sky bub. Hug Mom Rob Michael and Karen for me”