Ollie Webb Walker

June 4, 1935 ~ April 6, 2021 (age 85)

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On Tuesday, April 6, 2021, at 4:35 a.m. the death angel came and claimed the life of Sister Ollie Webb Walker.

 Funeral services will be conducted 1:00PM Monday in the chapel of Dilday-Carter Funeral Home. Interment will follow in Old Pisgah Cemetery.

Ollie Webb was born to the late James Webb and Beavie Tenase Webb on June 4, 1935.


Ollie is preceeded in death by her parents; her husband. James Melvin Walker; her brother, James Webb, and brother, John Lewis; her daughter, Donna Gilbert; her three sons, Larry Webb, Tommy King, and Michael Walker; and a sister,
Mary Sue Parkee.


Ollie professed Christ at an early age and was a member of Mt. Nebo Baptist Church. She was a prominent and active member there until some sickness and health problems limited her duties there.


She served as an usher, a Sunday School teacher, and an active member on the Mother board, along with any other capacity that could be filled. She is remembered by her special plays and programs that she had in church.


Ollie worked at Henry I. Siegel. She was a full-time mother and a housewife. She was a kind, loving person and mother to all that knew her.


She leaves to cherish her memories one brother, Bufford (Ann) Webb of Indianapolis, Indiana; Lester Johnson of Huntingdon, Tennessee; Riley (Kym) Webb  of McClemoresville, Tennessee; Pete (Cynthia) Webb of Kentucky; Paul Webb and two sisters, Emma Nesbitt of Huntingdon, Tennessee and Patricia Easley of Nashville, Tennessee; three sons, Bruce (Margo) King, Dennis King, and Darrell Walker all of Bruceton, Tennessee; three daughters, Amy Williams, Deborah Adams, and Rita (Lonnie) Singleton all of Bruceton, Tennessee; a very special son-in-law, Billy Gilbert also of Bruceton, Tennessee; and a host of grandchildren and great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews; relatives and friends.


She leaves to cherish her memories also two special friends, Mrs. Sandra Alexander of Memphis, Tennessee, and Sister Margaret Owens of Huntingdon, Tennessee.


She was grateful for her children and grandchildren who supported her while she was living.


“Love You and Pray”was one of Ollie’s favorite quotes that she would tell everyone.


I John 4:7-8

(7) “Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God, and everyone that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God. (8) He that loveth not knoweth not God for GOD IS LOVE.”


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