ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, angela webb, 53, born on July 9, 1956 and passed away on September 20, 2009. We will remember her forever.she had 3 kids, misty dawn mckinzie, Brian Allen Webb, and Jason Matthew Webb, all from Joplin, mo. She had 1 brother and 3 sisters, one being her twin!

Posted by Annita Miller on August 8, 2016
Ang, I miss you so much. My life is not the same without you. I bet you & mom are talking so much.I have found a twin on Facebook that lost her sister so we talk together cause only twins has that special bond. I think of you every day & wish you were here with me. You always told me what I needed to do cause you were 7 minutes older than . HA I Love You Ang!!!
Posted by Misty Pietrzak on July 29, 2016
Love & miss you so much!

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Posted by Annita Miller on August 8, 2016
Ang, I miss you so much. My life is not the same without you. I bet you & mom are talking so much.I have found a twin on Facebook that lost her sister so we talk together cause only twins has that special bond. I think of you every day & wish you were here with me. You always told me what I needed to do cause you were 7 minutes older than . HA I Love You Ang!!!
Posted by Misty Pietrzak on July 29, 2016
Love & miss you so much!
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Shared by Annita Miller on August 8, 2016

Ang & me were always together growing up.Ang was always there for me no matter what. Unless you are a Twin you don't understand the special bond we had. I felt her pain & she felt mine even when I lived in FT. Worth,Tx. When Ang got sick I took a leave of absence from my job so I could help take care of her.We were two peas in a pod. I LOVE YOU ANG.

my best friend..

Shared by Misty Pietrzak on July 29, 2016

My Momma was truly my very best friend in the world! It tore my world apart when we got diagnosis she had small cell lung cancer. I promised her I'd be right there with her every step of the way tho, and I was. We did it all together, and I wouldn't want it any other way! I was at every chemo, radiation treatments, Dr visits, labs, and was there beside her in her bed when hospice came to help at the end! By doing this, I was able to learn more about what she wanted done, things most families never talk about or share, so I'm very thankful we did this! My Momma was truly the most giving, loving, caring person one could meet. She was amazing as my mom and as my best friend! I miss her so much!