Janet Webb Obituary, Death – Janet Webb has reportedly died at age 75 untimely and unexpectedly leaving family and loved ones in agony and grief. After a courageous and drawn-out struggle against cancer, Janet Lynn Webb lost her battle with the disease on December 16th, 2022. Both of her parents, William Thornburg and Wilma (Bennett) Thornburg, had passed away prior to her birth on November 19, 1947, so she was an only child. Her parents’ names were Wilma (Bennett) and William Thornburg. William and Wilma were her parents’ names when they were young (Bennett). Wilma and William were the names of her mother and father, respectively.
She was named after Wilma. There was not a single member of her family left behind. Her devoted husband of 55 years, David Webb, as well as her daughter Julie Lynn (George) Webb, her grandson Alexander James David Swank, her sister Carol (Ben) Reyes, her niece Lisa (Todd) Tillberry, and the rest of her family will carry on without her. Her daughter Julie Lynn (George) Webb will also carry on without her. The loss of Janet will hit very close to home for everyone. In addition, members of Carol (Ben) Reyes’s family are a part of Janet’s extended family. Carol is Janet’s sister. Carol and her family will miss her in a significant way after she passes away.
At seven o’clock in the evening on Wednesday, December 21, 2022, the Jackson, Lytle, and Lewis Life Celebration Center in Springfield will open its doors to visitors. Those visitors will include members of the Jackson, Lytle, and Lewis families as well as friends of those families. The festivities are scheduled to get under way at five o’clock in the afternoon. Funeral services are scheduled to get under way at seven o’clock in the evening, and Pastor Randy Warner is going to act as the officiant while also presiding over the ceremony.
Janet’s primary area of concentration during her time at Clark State University, where she also earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, was on the nursing profession. This was also the subject of her thesis project. Since the Community Hospital first opened its doors in 1986, she had been employed there in the same capacity as a registered nurse. Before that, she had served as a nurse at a variety of hospitals, including the Masonic Home, the Mercy Hospital, the Grandview Hospital, and the Springfield Regional Medical Center, amongst others. Prior to that, she worked at the Springfield Regional Medical Center. In addition to this, Janet has been an engaged and active participant in the Restorative Justice Program for a significant portion of the program’s history.