Mattie Mae Warren

May 1, 1922 - August 4, 2011
Mattie Mae Warren

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Mattie Mae Warren,89, of Hendersonville died Thursday, August 4, 2011 at Pardee Memorial Hospital.

Born in Henderson County, she was the daughter of the late George Washington Dryman and Ida Mae Dalton Dryman. She was the wife of the late Claude Elmer Webb and mother of eight children, three of whom preceded her in death, Sara Case, Paul Webb, and Linda Saltz.

She was of the Baptist faith.

She is survived by three daughters, Hilda Wilkie, Mattie Ann Barnett, and Beth Maynard of Hendersonville: two sons, Buck Webb of Chillicothe, OH, and Hubert Webb of Hickory; thirty-one grandchildren; thirty-one

great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren. “She will be greatly missed”

A graveside service wil be held at 11:00 AM Monday at Forest Lawn Memorial Park.


Monday, August 8, 2011
12:00 AM

Forest Lawn Memorial Park & Mausoleum - Directions
538 Tracy Grove Road
Hendersonville, NC 28792

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  • August 06, 2011
    Karen McGraw says:
    My thoughts and prayers are with you guys. Sorry for your loss

  • August 06, 2011
    Michael Lane says:
    I'm sorry for your loss, my condolences.

  • August 06, 2011
    Melita Lanning says:
    It is sure going to be different visiting mom's house without you there. This week has been an eye opener. I half expected to hear you asking me for a "popicical" as I walked to the kitchen yesterday. Your laugh an comments will forever be missed. I know you're glad to be home, whole again. Tell Lisa I love love an miss her for me. I love you grandma. Love Melita

  • August 06, 2011
    Claude A.(Buck) Webb Jr. says:
    So you're going to leave the old home place,You've found a better place to dwell,Said a sweet young mother to her boy one summer day.If your mind is made up this way I wish you well.The old home place will be lonesome we'll miss you when you go.The birds want sing,And clouds will fill the sky.But,if you should get in trouble write and let me know and then she said goodbye.If sickness over takes you and old companions shake you as through this world you wonder all alone.When friends you haven't any.In your pockets not a penny,There's a Mother always waiting at home...Ten years later to this village came a stranger no one knew.His steps was halt and ragged clothes he worn.Little children laugh at him as down the lane he trod at last he stopped in front of a cottage door,He gently knocked no sound he heard,He thought can she be dead...But,then he heard a voice known quite well by him, Her hair had silvered from the touch of time she said thank God they've sent my boy home to me...

  • August 06, 2011
    Bridgett Librado says:
    Well Grandma, I have many good memories as a child around you, the way your belly shook when you laughed, and how you danced, how you always had the can of snuff sittin right beside you, my biggest regret is not spending more time with you as I grew up and letting so much time pass by without bringing my girls over to meet thier great grandma. I love you and will miss you. May you finally have comfort and peace in God's Arms.