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Alice Webb

July 25, 1915 — April 7, 2020

Obituary of Alice Mae Webb Alice Mae Webb was born July 27, 1915 to Joseph P. Cooper and Jean Bulloch Cooper on the family homestead 6 miles north of Karval, Colorado. Alice was the third of five children born to this union. The Cooper children walked 2 miles to a one room school called Rush Creek through the 8th grade. Alice also attended Karval and Hugo schools, she graduated from Hugo school with the class of 1934. In her early years their close neighbors were Abe and Ella Aery, JT Watson, Carl and Frances Westlund, Ed and Sarah Trainer family, BJ Trainer family, Roy and Agnes Matheson. The Ed Trainer family have been like her own family all the years of her life. On March 27, 1936 Alice married Charles Hanley Webb. They bought the old Charley Webb place where they ranched and farmed, milked cows and tended chickens. Alice and Charles had 2 children, Linda Lou and Charles Robert (Bob) who each attended and graduated from the Karval School. They lived here for 40 years, and, when their son Bob married they moved 2 miles north to the former Duncan Matheson place on Rush Creek. After 11 years they decided to move into Karval and purchase the old Curtis Bradshaw home, then owned by Melvin and Kordova Lockwood. Charles Webb passed away January 19, 1994 after almost 58 years of marriage. Alice then took care of her brother Joseph Cooper for a year until his death in March 1995. Alice lived within 6 miles of her birth place all her life until she took up residence at The Lincoln Park Living Center at the young age of 101 until her death at 104 and 8 mo. Alice loved people and the Karval Community. She lived through drought, dust storms, blizzards, hail, rains and beautiful weather. Her hobbies included making baby quilts for all the community babies and large quilts and crocheted afghans, she even took a few prizes at the Lincoln County Fair. Alice belonged to the Friendship Circle, a local farm women’s club, joining in 1936. She became a charter member of the Nazarene Church organized in 1931. Alice is survived by son, Charles (Bob) and wife Connie Webb of Karval, Colorado 6 Grandchildren: Gidget and husband Jim Capraro of Zap, North Dakota, Eric and wife Ellen Simmons of Brush, Co, Ryan Simmons and Amy of Parker Co, Tobe and Wendy Simmons of Hugo, Co, Anna and husband Albert Leach of Karval, Co and Michelle Mobley of Swink, Co, 11 Great grandchildren Travis and Trent (Karly) Capraro, Grayson and Brenna Simmons, Trevor Simmons, Colby and Brady Simmons, Aubrey and Tristan Lindt and Katelyn and Harper Mobley and 1 step great grandchild Trinity Leach 1 Great great- grandchild Corbin Capraro and 1 Step Great great- grandchild McCoy Cochran. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Charles and her Daughter Linda Lou. Also her siblings, her brothers in law and sisters in law. She leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews, friends and neighbors who loved her. Memorial contributions can be made to The Karval Friendship Circle PO Box 53 Karval, Co 80823 or Lincoln Park Living Center PO Box 38 Hugo, Co 80821 A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
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