Judy Dancer Webb

Judith Claire (Judy) Webb  of Dumas left her earthly form and progressed to her Lord and Savior who she knew well on May 12, 2021.

Judy was born on October 14, 1945 in Dumas to the late J.C. and Bonnie Dancer. Judy had seven siblings, her sisters, Ginger and Jeanie that she was close to and loved so much; her brothers, Jason and Sam that were a loving part of her life; her late brother, Jimmy who she missed every day; plus, Bonnie Lou and Paul Reece that left this earth incredibly young, and she never had the opportunity to know but she always thought of.

After high school graduation Judy moved to Little Rock to pursue a career in hairdressing. After graduating top of her class, she went on to have tremendous success in her career. Her personality and skill plus love for her craft were second to none. She was Hairdresser of the Year twice along with many other awards and titles too numerous to mention.

A runway model in school Judy was always a stunning beauty. She married Dickie, her husband of 57 years in 1964. They had two children, Tina Marie Grammer and Aubrey Richard Webb, III; three grandchildren, Dixie Claire Hills, William Newton Grammer (Billy) and Aubrey Richard Webb IV (Richard); and one great grandson, Liam king Grammer. Her children and grandchildren were the most important part of her life.

Judy in every way was a devoted mother, grandmother, wife, sibling, and friend. Always kind. She enjoyed her home, cooking, cleaning, laughter, anything Elvis, Christmas, rides through Arkansas Post, talks on the phone with her grandchildren, westerns, game shows, and absolutely loved the beach. She was spiritual, she loved her Savior and raised her children in a spiritual home with love, laughter, and safety.

No one will ever be more missed.

A visitation will be held Saturday, May 15, from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. A service is scheduled for Sunday, May 16 at 2 p.m. at Griffin Funeral Home in Dumas. Please send flowers. She loved them.

Please sign the online guestbook as the family would love to hear from each one of her friends.