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Celebrating the life of
Kevin Michael Webb
July 12, 1988 - May 12, 2019
“When I die, turn me into a tree so my Great-Great-Great Grandchildren can chop me down and turn me into a table.” – Kevin Webb
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Celebration of Life
  • 4:00 p.m. - Saturday, May 18, 2019
  • Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
  • 7200 Hodgson Memorial Drive (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31406

  • 912-352-7200
  • Family Will Receive Friends
  • 3:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. - Saturday, May 18, 2019

I had the pleasure of working with Kevin during our time together at Georgia Southern. He was one of the most dedicated and thoughtful people I knew. I graduated a semester prior to Kevin and he would occasionally message me to see how I was doing and offer words of support during my job search. Thank You Kevin, You will be missed.

Aashik Patel, Hawkinsville, GA

My wife and I would like to offer our condolences to Kevin's family and friends, particularly Melissa. We both knew we lucked out in getting this friendly, fun and hardworking couple as new neighbors when we moved in next door last year. Kevin was the first to greet us, with a smile, a handshake, and some sharing of who he was, and he also listened well, which is a rarity these days! We would like to offer any help we can to Melissa in these next days, weeks and months.

Steve & Pat Dickey , Pooler, GA

Desde Uruguay siento el fallecimiento de ese joven tan hermoso ! Lo siento mucho por su familia !!debe haber sido alguien muy especial para que Dios se lo llevará tan pronto!!

elena sanguinetti, Maldonado, Maldonado

Kev, I keep laughing and crying. I'm so honored to be able to call you one of my best friends growing up. And whenever we got to talk even though we didn't talk or see each other much, when we were able to everything was like it always was. I'll miss you, buddy. To your wife and family, I hope God comforts you during all this

Paul Codelka, Pittsburgh, Pa

Deb, my dear friend, I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for you and your family.

, Pittsburgh, Pa

Condolences to all family, and who where blessed to have known Kevin

Bryan Truhan, Imperial, PA

You were one of the first people I met when i started Longhorn. The crazy work nights, insane doubles, you turning into the Hulk when you got mad, Kevin's infectious smile and of course, his sweat rag. I am so honored to have met you, your wonderful wife, and soon, your son. I will watch every Steelers game this season. You are truly missed. You will never be forgotten.

Shannon Erdman, Pooler, GA

I’m so sorry about y’alls loss Kevin was an amazing person and always lit up the room when he walked in. His personality and huge heart for helping others was just inspiring and he was a fantastic person to work with You will be truly missed Kevin Fly High

Bree Fuller, Ellabell, Ga

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Sharon Wisneski, ,

Kevin Michael Webb, 30, of Pittsburgh, PA unexpectedly passed away on May 12, 2019.  He was born on July 12, 1988 in Downingtown, PA, the son of Jack Webb and Deborah Webb (Smith).  He attended Georgia Southern University, where he graduated in December 2018 with a Bachelors Degree in Logistics & Supply Chain Management.  As an active board member of the APICS Savannah Chapter, he was the assistant VP of student affairs.  Upon graduation, Kevin was hired as the Sales Optimization Manager for Diamond Crystal Brands.

Kevin is survived by his wife, Melissa Webb of Savannah, GA and their unborn son.  Other surviving family members included his mother Deborah A. Smith (Darrel G. Smith), father Jack Webb, brothers John Webb (Tiffany Webb) and Donald Webb (Emilianna Webb), parents-in-law Pablo and Celia Vasquez, brother-in-law Michael Vasquez, and step-siblings Tara and Kristian Smith.  Kevin is also survived by nieces and nephews Daniel, Gabby, Molly, Alaina, Lucian, Roselyn, and his beloved dog Maximus Melvin Webb.

Kevin’s favorite pastime was spending his off days sitting on the couch in his underwear, surfing the internet with Max.  All kidding aside, Kevin enjoyed cooking with family, golfing, Steeler Nation, concerts, and spending the last ten years with Mel by his side.  His love for life made his giggles extremely contagious and his playful demeanor drew many friends.  He was dedicated and determined to obtain a higher education in order to provide for his growing family.  Kevin was also eagerly awaiting the arrival of his first son in the fall, with unconditional love from the first moment they found out they were expecting. This incredible husband, father, son, brother, uncle, and friend will be deeply missed by all.

Kevin’s service will be at Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors on Hodgson Memorial Drive on Saturday, May 18, 2019.  Please join us for visitation at 3:00 pm, with the service to follow at 4:00 pm.

On behalf of the family we extend our sincere gratitude to all through this difficult time.  The love, kindness, and support we have received has been truly appreciated.  A special thank you to the APICS Savannah Chapter for creating the Kevin Webb Student Scholarship Fund, benefiting a deserving student each year.

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I had the pleasure of working with Kevin during our time together at Georgia Southern. He was one of the most dedicated and thoughtful people I knew. I graduated a semester prior to Kevin and he would occasionally message me to see how I was doing and offer words of support during my job search. Thank You Kevin, You will be missed.

Aashik Patel, Hawkinsville, GA

Candle tribute lit by Heidi Chauhan — Georgia

My wife and I would like to offer our condolences to Kevin's family and friends, particularly Melissa. We both knew we lucked out in getting this friendly, fun and hardworking couple as new neighbors when we moved in next door last year. Kevin was the first to greet us, with a smile, a handshake, and some sharing of who he was, and he also listened well, which is a rarity these days! We would like to offer any help we can to Melissa in these next days, weeks and months.

Steve & Pat Dickey , Pooler, GA

Desde Uruguay siento el fallecimiento de ese joven tan hermoso ! Lo siento mucho por su familia !!debe haber sido alguien muy especial para que Dios se lo llevará tan pronto!!

elena sanguinetti, Maldonado, Maldonado

Kev, I keep laughing and crying. I'm so honored to be able to call you one of my best friends growing up. And whenever we got to talk even though we didn't talk or see each other much, when we were able to everything was like it always was. I'll miss you, buddy. To your wife and family, I hope God comforts you during all this

Paul Codelka, Pittsburgh, Pa

Deb, my dear friend, I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for you and your family.

, Pittsburgh, Pa

Candle tribute lit by Jasmine Lincoln — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Meghan Webb — North Carolina

Candle tribute lit by Kathleen Strates — Florida

Candle tribute lit by Donald Webb — Florida

Condolences to all family, and who where blessed to have known Kevin

Bryan Truhan, Imperial, PA

Candle tribute lit by Aunt Cor and Uncle Bob — Florida

Candle tribute lit by Jennifer Rowley — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Steven Gray — North Carolina

Candle tribute lit by Emilianna Webb — Florida

You were one of the first people I met when i started Longhorn. The crazy work nights, insane doubles, you turning into the Hulk when you got mad, Kevin's infectious smile and of course, his sweat rag. I am so honored to have met you, your wonderful wife, and soon, your son. I will watch every Steelers game this season. You are truly missed. You will never be forgotten.

Shannon Erdman, Pooler, GA

Candle tribute lit by Jeremy Rutland — Florida

Candle tribute lit by Jenn, Jason,Dillon Yesensky — Pennsylvania

Candle tribute lit by Luke and Gracie Binakonsky — Pennsylvania

Candle tribute lit by Amy and Josh Binakonsky — Pennsylvania

I’m so sorry about y’alls loss Kevin was an amazing person and always lit up the room when he walked in. His personality and huge heart for helping others was just inspiring and he was a fantastic person to work with You will be truly missed Kevin Fly High

Bree Fuller, Ellabell, Ga

Candle tribute lit by Denise and Aaron Yesensky — Pennsylvania

Candle tribute lit by Jason & Jenn Yesensky — Pennsylvania

Candle tribute lit by Genevieve Yesensky/John Smith — Pennsylvania

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Sharon Wisneski, ,

Candle tribute lit by Maureen Papariella — Pennsylvania

Candle tribute lit by Gail Koos — Arizona

Candle tribute lit by Donna Yesensky — Pennsylvania

Candle tribute lit by Brett and Dianne Rice — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Shelly Gibson — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Anna Ricks — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Mom and Darrel — Mississippi

Candle tribute lit by John Webb — Georgia


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