Franklin H. Webb
Franklin Henry Webb of Colerain Township, Ohio passed away on December 17, 2020 at the age of 65.
Frank was born in Cincinnati, OH to Franklin D. and Janice M. Webb. Frank married Traci Webb of Colerain Township in Cincinnati, Ohio on August 25, 1990 in his hometown of Harrison, Ohio.
Survived by his wife of 30 years, Traci Webb, his parents: Franklin D. and Janice M. Webb, Six children: Michael (Susan) Webb, Brian (Amber) Webb, Kendel (Zach) Harris, Sara Dailey, Kyle (Toni-Marie) Morgan, and Meghan Miller, 14 grandchildren, Siblings: Randy (Melanie) Webb, Sisters Taunya (Steve) Poe, and Terri Webb, and lifelong family friend Kari Sprinkles.
Preceded in death by his late brother Jerry Webb.
Frank was a 1973 graduate of Harrison High School in Harrison, Ohio. He went on the study Drama at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Frank was a Deputy Sheriff with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department for 17 years, but his favorite job was being a Grandpa.
Due to COVID restrictions, there will be a private service held at Arlington Memorial Gardens. Due to Frank’s love for his Cincinnati Reds, the family plans to hold a “Celebration of Life” gathering on April 3rd, weather permitting. Time and Place to be announced at a later date.
In Lieu of Flowers, Family is requesting donations be made to Camp Joy as a “Tribute Gift” In Memory of Frank Webb. Camp Joy partners with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center to provide several different specialty camps, free of charge, every year for children with a wide variety of health conditions. Frank has three grandchildren who have Bleeding Disorders that benefit from this camp. ALL donations made in Frank’s name will be specifically donated to Camp NJoyItAll, which is the division of Camp Joy that provides a summer camp experience for children with cancer, blood diseases, and immune disorders through the CBDI at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. This division of the camp is designed to educate campers, form lasting friendships, and build self-esteem for children who may not be so confident because of their health conditions. Donations can be made at https://camp-joy.org/