Walter Kirkland “Kirk” Webb

Walter Kirkland “Kirk” Webb, of League City, passed away on Saturday, April 20th, 2024, in Webster, Texas at the age of 64. He was born on September 24th, 1959, in Lubbock, Texas to Bill and Dorothy Webb.

Kirk was a Christian by faith and considered the outdoors his church; He spent most of his years as a ranch hand for Texas A&M research ranch in Uvalde, Texas, and his job was truly his passion. In his free time Kirk enjoyed reading western novels, riding horses, hunting, fishing, and nurturing his artistic side by painting and wood carvings.

Kirk Webb is survived by his son Sean “Corey” Webb and wife Sara, his parents Bill Webb and Dorothy, sister Andrea Fleener, brother Scott Webb and wife Susan, nephews Jason Fleener, Logan Webb and wife Stephanie, and nieces Meagan Fleener, Madison and husband Samuel Morgan, Sydney Webb, great nephew Jackson Webb, great nieces Harper and Ellie Morgan.

A public ceremony will be held at Texas Avenue Community Church. Date and time will be shared with family and friends via invitation.

The Family will also have a private memorial ceremony at a later date. His ashes will be spread at a private property in Moulton, Texas, where an Eastern Redbud tree will be planted in his honor.

In Lieu of flowers, you may send memorial to Texas Avenue Community Church, 320 Texas Ave, League City, TX 77573.


Letter’s of affection….

“Walter Kirkland “Kirk” Webb was born on September 24, 1959. He passed peacefully on April 20th, 2024. Kirk was born in Lubbock, TX but graduated from Clear Creek High School. Kirk was an outdoorsman and enjoyed fishing, hunting, riding horses, nature, etc. He spent over 20 years in Uvalde, TX working as a ranch hand and cowboy for Texas A&M. He considered the outdoors “his church” and his time with God.”

by Scott and Susan (brother)

“Today my father sadly passed. He was always a cowboy at heart and the happiest when he worked cattle in Uvalde and hanging out in Moulton, TX (Moulton Hilton). He will be missed but no longer in pain. The good lord got his hippie sleeveless Cowboy back.”

by Corey (Son)

“My big brother passed this morning. He could be difficult but in an endearing way. He was…is, much loved and is already missed. We know he is with God. His happiest place was when he worked in Uvalde Texas at a ranch run by Texas A&M. He was an honest to God bona fide cowboy… He loved being out in nature. A loaner but not. He always loved his family and wanted them near…even if he didn’t talk much when they were around. He loved the solitude of his work, the animals, and the outdoors. He considered that area ‘his church’… where he spoke to God the way he knew how and worked out life’s issues with Jesus.
I know he is now riding the range in Heaven. At his happiest again. We love Kirk and will miss you dearly until we get to see you again!”

by Andrea (Sister)


  1. Kirk was a great guy! We are so lucky to have known him. To his family we are sorry for your loss. But he is riding with all the cowboys in heaven. Love y’all

    Joye and Tj Griffey
    • Perhaps they are not stars in the sky,
      But rather opening where our loved ones shine down to let us know they are happy.
      May you cowboy out forever with the Lord,

      Julie Kohler
  2. Bill, Dot and family,
    Just want you to know how sorry we are for your loss. We never got to meet Kirk (Julie would’ve adored him, our cowgirl) but know we’d have loved him too, as we do you. May our Heavenly Father keep you strong, in His tender care, with grace & peace until that great day when He calls us home and we are reunited again. Love and prayers for all the family, I know y’all are missing him. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.

    Julie & Colleen Freeman
  3. It sounds like Kirk led a good life. I know he had a wonderful son aka Corey, my son-in-law. Rest in Peace, Sir.

    nancy knox

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