Born on January 3, 1933 in Atlanta, Georgia to Harvey Jackson Webb, Sr. and Maggie Pickard Webb.
Jack’s early fascination for electronics started with radio communications back in the 1940’s where he began his career in television repair. After his service in the Navy, his interests and training propelled him into a life-long career in communication technology starting with RCA, NASA and Sperry Univac to name a few. Jack’s career highlights in the Space Program included training the Apollo astronauts, building satellites and cutting edge communications technology. His gifted hands were skilled to repair or build most anything he put his mind to. He designed and built a beautiful lake house in Conyers, Georgia where he loved spending time on his pontoon boat and jet skis, or just relaxing and watching the lake. Seeing his kids, grandkids and great grandkids having fun always brought him great joy. In retirement, his favorite pastime was travelling across the country with Peg and their pups in the infamous Roadtrek – stepping foot in all but a few states.
He is preceded in death by his parents: Harvey Jackson Webb, Sr. and Maggie Pickard Webb; Brothers: Jerry Webb and Willie Joe Webb.
Jack is survived by his loving wife, Margaret (Peggy) Ann Webb; brother, James Robert Webb; daughters, Barbara (Webb) Grimes and husband James E. Grimes of League City, TX; Deborah (Webb) Human and husband Glenn D. Human of League City, TX, and Sandra (Webb) Peck and husband Dusty M. Peck of Magnolia, TX; stepchildren, Patti Ladish and Robert Ladish; grandchildren, Stephanie (Human) Riley and husband Jason Riley, Aaron Grimes, Ryan Grimes, Rhett Sanders and wife Brittany Sanders, Christina (Human) Caldwell and husband Wesley Caldwell, and Haley Peck; and great grandchildren, Wyatt Sanders, Audrey Sanders, Jakob Riley Lincoln Riley (aka Washington) and many more family members and friends. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.
Service Date: Friday, January 22, 2016 2:00 pm Gathering, 3:00 pm service at Crowder Funeral Home in League City.
Reception following at The Walding Station located at 100 Perkins Avenue, Suite A, League City, TX 77573. (Directions from Crowder: turn left (west) on Main Street, travel 1 mile, cross over the railroad tracks and make your first right on Perkins Ave).