Linda Jeanne Webb Linda is survived by her husband Robert Webb and mother, Sylvia Schipper and two daughters Melissa Marlow and Sara Dietz. She also has three grandchildren Faith Dietz, Grace Dietz and Bradley Marlow. Linda was a faithful follower of Jesus and served at Calvary Baptist Church in Hawthorne. Linda loved going camping with her husband and family, sharing the word of God with those who did not know him, cruises, reality TV and music. Linda graduated from Mira Costa HS, received degrees from El Camino College and retired after 32 years of service from TRW. There will be a memorial service Friday June 24, 2011 at 2:00 pm at Rice Mortuary followed by a reception until 5:00 pm in the Rice’s Lighthouse Reception Room. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her name to Calvary Baptist Church, 4081 El Segundo Blvd., Hawthorne CA 90250.

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  1. Bob, Sara, Melissa, I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. I remember Linda’s smile, her good cheer, and her down-to-earth approach to life. You are in my thoughts. Val

  2. Bob, Remember those happy times and places of which I know you and Linda had many. I will remember her with her happy smile and bubbly personality forever. My prayers are with you and the girls.

  3. I will miss you MOM. You have been a rock for your family and a pillar for the Church. I will miss you on a personal level and as a Pastor. RIP MOM until we meet again to bring Glory to our Lord and Savior

  4. The most profound thing that I can say is that Linda is my friend and sister…I always knew that she was there to count on and I will miss her deeply. I know that the pain is fresh now, but I can see her dancing before the Lord Praising Him and leading the heavenly choir – if you close your eyes and listen quietly…you can hear her singing…

  5. Mom, you will always be remembered to me as my best friend and confidante. I appreciate our many talks and time together. I will never forget your beautiful voice and how you loved to get people involved in the choir. You’re my rock star! I love you with all my heart and soul! Thank you for bein’ my momma!

  6. My deepest sorrow and regret for you!!! I know we have not talked in a while but you guys cross my mind often and always bring aa smile to my face. It came as quite a shock. I am truly sorry.

  7. Dear Bob, Sara, Melissa and Jeanne, We are so very sorry for your loss. We have you in our thoughts and prayers. We remember all the good times we had going camping together, BBBQs at your home, and the many times playing games and laughing together and watching our kids grow up. I am so glad that God some how told me to call Linda the day she came home from the hospital. We talked like we always did and as we got to the end of the call, she told me, “I love you, sweetie” and I said “I love you, too.” We will always remember her laugh and especially her voice as she sang beautifully to our Lord. We will truly miss her and she will always have a place in our hearts. All our love, Mike, Kathy and Michael

  8. Dear Bob, Sara, Melissa, I was so very sorry to hear about your loss. I remember how much Linda would do for everyone at TRW and the friend she was to me. Your loss must be felt ever so much more deeply given the circumstances. Please know that you are in my prayers.

  9. Dear Bob, Sara, & Melissa, I am so sorry for your loss. Linda was a wonderful person who made people around her feel positive and happy. She made me feel comfortable in a new environment when I moved here to work for TRW. She always looked out for others. I am so sad for you she is no longer part of your daily life. I know you will have many happy memories of life with her, remember her love for you!

  10. Our families knew each other for years but we did not. Fresh out of the Navy we finally met. God brought us together for the good times and the bad times. I would do it all over again Buttons. All that I am I owe to you. The best part of me is–you. I love, you will always be my hero. Bobby

  11. We have many wonderful memories of shared ministry through North Redondo Chapel choir with Linda and all the family. Linda always sought for excellence in the music and worship. She also was great about connecting those in the choir in fellowship. We will missed her here on earth, but look forward to the great eternal reunion with our Lord Jesus in heaven. Love, Jim and Sandie Learned

  12. We have many wonderful memories of Mrs. Linda! We frist met almost 18 years ago at Del Aire AG. She was my Daughters Missionettes Leader and i Joined her side in that ministry. We sang together in many musicals, she was a wonderful singer. She always opened her home to my family and I. We also had many Campouts together. She will be truly missed. Our Prayers are with you Webb Family!!!

  13. Dear Bob and family, I loved Linda like a sister. Every time we met we took time to talk about everything and anything. I will miss our little talks. Linda was the greatest, and she will be truly missed by my family. I know my father absolutely loved Linda as well and we had a wonderful time at all of the parties. God Bless you Linda–wish we had a longer time together! Love you always, Karen

  14. To Bob and his family i am so sorry for your loss. I know how hard it is and if I can help in any way let me no. You are in my prayers. Mike Rossi

  15. To the Webb Family We are in shock! We just spoke not too long ago. We will always remember the good times and the laughter that Linda brought to our lives. She will be missed. Our condolensces go to the family and we will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers. Karen and Ron Corey

  16. Linda was like a second mom to me. When I was a teenager I remember her hugs feeling so warm and safe. She was a great influence in my life and I’ll miss her so much. I’m praying for the Webb family. May the Lord give you strength during this hard time. I love you all.

  17. Very sorry to read that Linda has passed on. My sister Alyse and I have known her since we were kids at North Redondo Chapel. We lost contact with her in the last years. We send our condolences to her family and especially her Mom. Love, Eileen and Alyse

  18. Hi Mom, I miss you and love you very much. Thank you for being the bestest mom ever and the most amazing Nana to the girls and Brad. Love always, your “bonus baby”.

  19. Linda was the first person I met in Redondo Beach back in 1970. She was secretary to the Superintendent of RBUSD, and greeted me when I went in to sign my contract. Thanks to her kindness, she went out of the way to connect me with my 2 former roommates, and oldest friends in CA, Mary Jane and Jeri . She had a big heart and “walked her Christian talk”. I will always remember her fondly. Our sincerest condolences to your family .

  20. I do want to say that I am really saddened by her death, she was a beautiful, caring woman. We shared a lot of conversation about diabetes and how difficult it is to cope with it. But through it all I did enjoy just being around her and laughing and just her warm caring heart that she has passed on to her daughters and grandchildren. Love you Linda always. Your friend Monisha

  21. Hi Mrs. Linda, I know that you won’t be able to read this, but I just wanted to let you know that me and George love you very much and we are so sorry that you are gone so soon. We will see you again some day. We love you always

  22. I have known Linda, well all my life. I went to her wedding to Bob. Linda sang at Heidi and my wedding, she had a beautiful voice. I will dearly miss her.

  23. Bob, I don’t know where to begin to tell you how sorry we are for you and your family’s loss. We have so many fun memories of parties from work and our neighborhoods with you and Linda. What a sweet blessing she was to all of us. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help you and your family. Love To All…..Greg and Suze

  24. We are so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing, but we know she is with Jesus now and it’s a hope to look forward to meeting again in eternity. We remember the days at North Redondo Chapel. Linda has a beautiful voice and we were blessed to hear her solos in church. She graciously sang at our wedding and put up with our spedial request to sing Cat Stevens “Morning Has Broken” She tactfully suggested another song she had sung before. Her voice made our wedding special. We know she will be missed, but be comforted that we will all meet again with her dad and brothers. Our thoughts and prayers are with deepest sympathy for Bob, Jeanne, and the girls.

  25. Dear Jeanne, Bob and girls We have known you for so many years from North Redondo Chapel. We sang in the chior for many years with Bud and Linda. Our deepest condolences to you all. All our love,

  26. To The Webb Family: May the peace which comes from the memories of the love you shared with Linda,your mother and grandmother, comfort you now and in the days ahead. Know that my prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. My deepest sympathy – Larry Post

  27. Linda was such a wonderful person. I remmember being 11 years old and I had never had a birthday at a nice restaruant and for the first I was sung happy birthday with a desert and a candle. It may be insignificant to many, or taken for granted by some, but was a gesture that till this day makes me feel so special. She will be missed, but is with our father and at peace. Love Chrystal

  28. Bob: Praise God, I still have contact with my Boeing family, that I was able to receive this news about your loss. My prayers are with you and your family during this time. Words may not be enough, but it’s good to know that she was a child of God and to remember that Jesus said in his word: “Let not your hearts be troubled. If you love God, you will also love me. In my Fathers’ house are many rooms or mansions. That he will go and prepare a place and when he’s done, he will come back to receive her. He has done this for Linda. Please find comfort in knowing that wherever he is, she is also. Hold On To God’s Unchanging Hand….Love, Your Sister In Christ…Lee Johnson(Ex-Boeing)…

  29. Dear Bob, Melissa and Sara, Our hearts go out to you at this time. Linda was a cheerful wonderful person. Melissa and Sara, the best babysitters I ever had. Your parents raised you well. May the wonderful memories of your Mom/Wife be always remembered in your hearts. God bless all of you : ) Myke and Barbara Sheets

  30. Bob: It was with great sadness that we heard about Linda passing. Our thughts and prayers are with you. Bll & Mildred

  31. To the family of Linda Webb, A good friend of mine who wishes to remain anonymous relayed to me the story of Linda and her unfortunate passing. I understand that Linda was a great fan of my show “The Apprentice”. For that I am grateful. But most of all I wish to express my deepest condolences to the Webb family on Linda’s passing and send my sympathies to all in this time of grieving. Donald Trump

  32. Bob, we are so sorry for your loss and are also sorry that we never had the chance to meet Linda. We are think about you and your family at this time.

  33. Linda was a beautiful kind loving person. Everytime we had a chance to speak she would inspire us with her positive outlook on life and her faith. She will be missed by all that knew her. God Bless Linda and her family at this difficult time. Love, John, Tracy & Marcie Giovannoni

  34. Dear Bob, Melissa and Sara, Our harts and prayers go out to you and the family. You all were blessed with a wonderful wife and mother. God Bless

  35. Dear Bob, We are so sorry for your loss – our thoughts are with all of you. Love, Orla, Stephen, Clio and Brian

  36. Bob, Jeanne, Melissa and Sara, The voice is silent, but the spirit lives on. What a gal Linda was! That incredible laugh can still be heard. Little did I know that the beautiful voice who sat next to me in New Sounds of Hawthorne in 1975 would one day be my pregnant Matron of Honor (with Bob being the Best Man-Yes, Melissa and Sara, you were there too). Jeanne made our wedding cake. A dear, dear friend to all who needed one. Bob, you and Linda have always been in our hearts, even if we didn’t see you often. Our gratitude for her friendship and love. So happy we all crossed paths. Love, Jill and Bob Moritz

  37. Dear Bob and Family, We are saddened to hear of Linda’s passing. We know that this is a very difficult time for you. You are in our prayers. Jeff and Lisa Sachs

  38. Dear Bob and Family, We are saddened to hear of Linda’s passing. We know that this is a very difficult time for you. You are in our prayers. Jeff and Lisa Sachs

  39. Dear Bob We will all miss her amazing smile at Incredible Restaurant.Joe and my family( Jay & Bobbie) wish you all the best. Shari

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