Gwendolyn Ann Webb


Gwendolyn Ann Webb
Gwendolyn Ann Webb

Gwendolyn Ann Webb, 78, of Amarillo, TX passed away on June 21, 2021.

Memorial services for Ann Webb will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 26, 2021, at Living Water Fellowship in Canyon, TX, with Shane Nease officiating. Graveside services will follow at the Goodwell Cemetery in Goodwell, OK at 4:00 pm.

Gwendolyn Ann Webb was born on November 28,1942 to Angus Thomas Roberts and Clyma Glyn New in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Ann was married to Donnie Ray Collins who was a loving and dedicated husband throughout their life together. Ann was a homemaker for the majority of her life. She also drove a school bus for Goodwell Public Schools and worked for Pope Joy Construction and Tri County Electric. Ann enjoyed playing golf, sewing, dancing, gardening, and traveling to the mountains and the beach with her husband Don and loving pets Patton and Tallulah. She always loved spending time laughing with family and friends. Ann will be remembered most for her charismatic personality, flamboyant style, and beautiful blue eyes.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Angus and Clyma Roberts; her stepfather, Gilbert Thomas; her sister, Brenda Hill; and her oldest son, Joe Randy Ralstin.

Ann is survived by her husband, Don Collins of Amarillo, TX; son, Jack Ralstin of Hooker, OK; son, Levi Keenan and wife Shaunna of Great Bend, KS; daughter, Gina Keenan of Canyon, TX; daughter, Summer Symes and husband Brian of Mansfield, MO; and son, Ace Webb and wife Shayla of Canyon, TX. Ann was also lovingly known as Nana to her grandchildren Daris Ralstin; Alexa, Courtney and Rance Ralstin; Kyler Keenan; Slade Glover; Jordan and Destani Keenan; and Brylee and Berklee Webb; as well as 3 great-grandchildren.

8 Replies to “Gwendolyn Ann Webb”

  1. Estela we have such great memories with you and your family. The school bus rides were always an adventure.
    Thank you for your thoughts and prayers.

  2. Such great memories with you all. Eva was such a great community to grow up in. I really enjoyed texting and catching up. Thanks for all your love and prayers.

  3. Levi, Gina, Ace, Summer and Jack–Your mom was one of the first people we met when we moved to the Eva area. She was saved at our little Eva church and it was exciting to watch her grow. Our lives were blessed though her friendship as well as yours. Even though geography has separated us, we still love you and think of you often, Matthew 5:4–“Blessed are those that mourn for they shall be comforted.”

  4. God be with all the family. Think of all the good times together. Amen. From my family to yours.

  5. She was the 1st person I saw most mornings growing up, such as sweet lady and awesome person. I know she will be greatly missed by all who knew her! May God be with all her family and friends.

    1. Abel we have such great memories with you and your family. Thank you for the thoughts and prayers.

  6. I loved my mornings when Ms Webb picked us up in that little yellow school bus at Freeman Ranch East End! Her beautiful smile and eyes game me a great start to each day!

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