Our dear Mother Sybil Massey Webb passed away at home surrounded by loved ones.

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Sybil was born and raised in Maeser (Vernal) Utah. Attended and graduated, Uintah High school in Vernal. She later met and eventually married Ben Miles Webb of Ioka, Utah, in the S.L.C Temple on June 20, 1946.

She loved and was an active member of The L.D.S church all her life. She was respected and loved by her fellow Ward members.

She was good at all sports, Still golfing in her nineties, was an avid reader, loved to crochet and most of all loved to make a garden grow.

Survived by children; Patricia (Layne), Lynne, Kerry (Luana), Wendy (Scott), Darrel, JoLene (Brent), Brian (Deceased). Leaves behind 19 grandchildren, 27 Great grandchildren and 12 great, great grandchildren. Proceeded in death by Husband Ben and son Brian.

Thank you to Inspiration Home Health & Hospice for making her passing easier.

Interment - Memorial Estates- Mountain View 3115 East 7800 South S.L.C.


Graveside Service

Monday, Feb. 14, 2022 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Memorial Mountain View Mortuary & Cemetery
3115 Bengal Blvd
Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121

Services Handled By

Memorial Mountain View Mortuary & Cemetery
3115 East 7800 South
Cottonwood Heights, UT


  • Survived By
  • Patricia, Layne, Children
  • Lynne, Children
  • Kerry, Luana, Children
  • Wendy, Scott, Children
  • Darrel, Children
  • JoLene, Brent, Children
  • Preceded in Death By
  • Brian, Children
  • Ben Miles Webb, Husband

Life Story Info

Post Date

Feb 08, 2022

Personal Info


Vernal, Utah, United States


Murray, Utah, United States





Religion and Beliefs

Latter-day Saint




  • High School
    Uintah High school
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NEXT Sheryl Lynn Greene (Danforth) Winsor Sheryl Lynn Greene (Danforth) Winsor


I know Sybil is at peace being with her eternal mate. I lived in the park there until the end of July. I would always stop and look at her garden, she took such good care of. I always teased her on how bad and weedy it looked. Once I had trouble making pie crust and asked her to come down and help me. She came down with me then she said she had to go home and get her own rolling pin and items to do it with. I told her I needed an old farm girl to set me straight. I got a speeding ticket after finding out she laid in bed sick once, it upset me so much. She was a wonderful friend and member. She and I liked to tease each other. She loved her family so much.

Marie Banks , Tuscola, IL, US Feb 13, 2022

We are so sorry to hear about this grand lady. We really loved

being in her Murray Ward for 29 years. Loved hearing about her garden.

Noray and Jim Turney Feb 10, 2022

Pat, I am so sorry to hear about Sybil’s passing. Heaven has added an angel. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs to you and your family. May she rest in Peace and Light forever.

Gordon and Loris Rhodes , West Jordan, UT, US Feb 09, 2022

I’m glad you and grandpa are finally reunited. Will always love you!

Peyton Atwood , West Valley, UT, US Feb 08, 2022

Until we meet again my sweet grandma. Always in our hearts. ❤

Kristyn Dotson , Murray, UT, US Feb 08, 2022