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WEBB-William Osborn, 87. Died February 2, 2002 in Sharon, CT. Employed by the CIA from 1946 until 1963, he later served on the Boards of Directors of the American Crafts Council and the Sharon Hospital. Obbie is survived by his beloved wife, Lois; sons Killian O. Webb and Garrett Webb; brother Richard Webb; 2 granddaughters and sixteen nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held on June 1, 2002 at 2 P.M. at Noble Horizons, Salisbury, CT.
His novel was turned into an era-defining movie, but he was never comfortable with its success, and he chose to live in poverty.
WEBB-CLANCY--Lisa Anne. 38, of San Francisco, formerly of Hazlet, passed away on January 18, in San Francisco, CA. She was a resident of Hazlet before moving to San Francisco fourteen years ago. She attended St. John Vianney High School in Holmdel and graduated with honors in 1984. She attended Boston University and later transferred to Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus of Performing Arts, where she graduated with a BA in Communications. She had an independent spirit and enjoyed hiking, ...
HASTIE--Cynthia Webb of Cambridge, MA. Longtime Manhattan resident, June 28, 2005. Beloved wife of the late John W. Hastie. Loving mother of Donald W. and Lillian M. Hastie of Boston. Sister of the late Katherine Webb Small. Funeral private. In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Cynthia to St. Peter's Episcopal Church Food Pantry, 346 W. 20th St., NY, NY 10011 would be appreciated.
TRAMMELL - Webb. Sep tember 15, 2005. Beloved husband of Susan. Loving father of Philip. Devoted brother of Ghislaine Morris. He was a retired Lieutenant Commander in the Navy and former Rockefeller Foundation assistant treasurer. Friends may call at Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison Ave. at 81 St., Monday and Tuesday, 2-5 and 7-9 pm. Mass of Christian Burial, Wednesday, September 21, 10:30 am, at the Church of St. John the Martyr, 250 East 72nd St. Interment to follow later at Arlington National ...
Ruth Webb, a successful Hollywood agent, was a master of the art of professional rehabilitation, reviving dormant careers and representing clients few other agencies would touch.
Ruth Webb, Hollywood agent who was master at reviving dormant careers, dies at age 88; photo (M)
HONG KONG — As one of Asia's legendary foreign and war correspondents, Kate Webb was witness to some of the most tumultuous events of her time. She cheated death on the battlefield on many occasions and considered herself lucky. Webb, 64, died Sunday after a long fight with cancer.
Kate Webb was a brave, no-nonsense correspondent during the Vietnam War and was once erroneously reported to have been killed in Cambodia.
Webb, who directed programming from a mobile production truck for Fox Sports and the Mets, relied on close-ups and pacing to enrapture his viewers.
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