CISCO – Kay Webb Gann, age 68, went home to be with her beloved Lord and Savior Saturday, February 23, 2019 at her home surrounded by her loving family. Services for Kay will be at 10 am Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at the First United Methodist Church, 405 W 8th St. Cisco, Texas with burial to follow at the Oakwood Cemetery in Cisco. Family and friends will gather from 6-8 pm Monday, February 25th at Chambers Funeral Home, 203 W 7th St also in Cisco.
Kay was born November 27, 1950 in Gorman to John H. and Margaret Slayden Webb. She grew up in Cisco and was a proud graduate of the Class of 1969 of Cisco High School and was looking forward to her 50th class reunion this year. After graduating, Kay graduated from Cisco Jr. College and was in the Wrangler Band. She then attended Tarleton State University and received her Bachelor degree in education. She taught 4th grade in the same classroom for 28 years in the Lueders-Avoca ISD and in that time touched countless lives. After her retirement in 2005, she loved substitute teaching and volunteering at Cisco Elementary School.
Kay was an amazing Godly woman who loved her Lord and loved serving others. She was a volunteer for the Cisco Senior Nutrition Program, directed VBS for many years at Lueders First Baptist Church, worked as a Girls in Action leader, and a camp sponsor for the Big Country Baptist Assembly. She was a member of the Cisco Civic League, and the Retired Teachers Association. Kay was a faithful participant in the Prayer Group at First United Methodist Church in Cisco, also with the Wesley Sunday school class and choir. Kay was active in the Emmaus Community and was blessed with the honor of serving as Lay Director of Walk #115 in 2003. She loved to travel, but her very favorite past time was spending time with her family fellowshipping and playing games. Her pride and joy was her only daughter, Lorrie. Lorrie always said that her mother was her harshest critic, but her biggest fan.
Her parents John and Margaret Webb; a dear sister Terry Nelson, and a beloved brother Cam Webb preceded her in death.
Kay is survived by: her daughter Lorrie Renfro and husband Tim, a brother Bill Webb and wife Terri, a sister Mary Hill and husband Richard, a sister-in-law Cindy Webb, and a brother-in-law Bubba Nelson. She will also be missed by seven nieces and nephews and a host of great nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers are nephews Bobby Webb, Austin Hill, and Jeffrey Nelson, nephews-in-law Alan Butler and Eric Webb, and dear friend Luke Davis. Honorary pallbearers are longtime family members by choice, Kevin Carson, Ronnie Webb, Gerry Webb, and Ed Murphy (otherwise known as The Gang.)
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Cisco Senior Nutrition Program in Kay’s name. This was a program that Kay not only volunteered for but was also a recipient for a time.
Online condolences maybe made at www.chambersfh.net