Adrian Webb • December 21, 2022
MARION ADRIAN WEBB DECEMBER 29, 1930 – DECEMBER 21, 2022
Adrian Webb 91 of Pine Forest Community passed away Wednesday December 21st. 2022 at home surrounded by his family. He is survived his daughters Shirley Anne Webb, Nancy Urquhart (Curtis), Susan Mather (Dennis) all of Pensacola. He is also survived by 7 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren, 4 great great grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Adrian was preceded in death by his wife Edith Webb, his parents, John L. and Lillie C. Webb, his brothers and sister in-laws John B. and Glenda Webb, William Floyd and Vie Webb, his sister and brother in-law Betty and Richard Thayer, his father in-law and mother in-law William A. and Ruby C. Tolar. Adrian Webb was a dedicated husband and father. He and his wife were owners of Adrian’s Restaurant for many years and then Diversified Fasteners, Inc for the last 28 years. For the past several years he enjoyed lunchtime spent with his and girls weekly. He was a life long member of Pine Forest United Methodist Church. He will be greatly missed. Adrian’s Memorial Service will be held February 18th, 2023, at Wilde Lake Church (formerly Pine Forest United Methodist Church) on Wilde Lake Blvd. Visitation with the family will be held from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 NOON, with the service being held immediately after. A special thanks to Covenant Care for the wonderful care they gave to Adrian and his family. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in his memory to Wilde Lake Church for the Disaffiliation Fund or Covenant Care Hospice of NW Florida
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Thank you for being you! I have so many Wonderful memories of all of the great times that we shared as cousins and family! You were more like a brother to
my dad Joe Webb.
Prayers, comfort & love to all!
I was honored to have met Mr. Adrian Webb three years ago, and tell him how his BBQ is one of my fondest childhood memories, and how I don’t even eat BBQ now, because nothing compares. He promised to fix me some, and I’ll hold him to it when I see him again if there is such a thing as BBQ in heaven! He was a delight- Quick witted and kind-hearted, though he liked to carry on like he was not, and he had the sharpest mind even up to the last year. I never got to meet his bride, but I know that she must have been an amazing person to be married to such a man, and it makes my heart happy that he got to spend Christmas with her in heaven this year. Until I see you again, Adrian, please keep watch over the kitties and me.
Adrian always treated me with kindness and encouragement (added with a dash of laughter or a joke!) from the time I was a child until the present (as a “senior citizen”). He was just like one of my uncles and I will missed him very much. God bless you, Adrian.