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Elizabeth Noble Webb

Elizabeth Noble Webb, 81, fondly called “Biboo” was born in Selma, Alabama on Sept. 24, 1938, to James Stewart Webb and Virginia Rainer Webb. She died Dec. 8, 2019.  She was a resident of Demopolis most of her life.

She is survived by her brother, Mem Stewart Webb, and his wife, Carolyn Atkeison Webb; niece, Rainer Webb Mullin (Albert Henry Mullin); nephew, Mem Stewart Webb Jr. (Nicole Vaudry Webb); great nieces and nephews, Virginia Wynnton Mullin, Mary Stewart Mullin, Albert Henry Mullin Jr., Mary Virginia Webb, Mem Stewart Webb III, and Walker Atkeison Webb.

“Biboo” was a graduate of the University of Alabama and a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority. She taught school for 40 years in Atlanta, Pensacola, Birmingham and Demopolis.

She was a lifelong member of Trinity Episcopal Church in Demopolis, active in the early years of Christmas on the River, a volunteer in the Community Food Bank and the Hospital Auxiliary of Whitfield Regional Hospital.

“Biboo” was talented in smocking and hand sewing, loved reading and sharing books. She was known for her delicious caramel cakes.

“Biboo” owned and adored many dogs throughout her life, most recently her poodle, Charlie.

In later years she enjoyed her time at Sonrise Assisted Living and the SALT (Senior Adults Living Triumphantly) Program of Demopolis.

“Biboo” was dedicated to her family and loved spending time with loved ones and friends.

In lieu of flowers, donations are suggested in her memory to Trinity Episcopal Church, SALT Program of Demopolis (c/o First United Methodists Church), Hospice of West Alabama (3851 Loop Rd. Tuscaloosa, AL 35404) or the charity of your choice.

Funeral services were held Wednesday, Dec. 11, at 11 a.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church with Rev. John David Barnes officiating. Interment followed at Riverside Cemetery, Demopolis.

Pallbearers were Albert Henry Mullin, Albert Henry Mullin, Jr., Mem Stewart Webb III, Walker Atkeison Webb, John Cox Webb IV, Mem Creagh Webb, and John Hightower Turner

Honorary Pallbearer was Sam Hicks.