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Shannon Webb

Shannon Lois Webb

Monday, October 23rd, 1967 - Saturday, April 25th, 2020
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Obituary

Shannon Lois Webb, 52 (10/23/67 - 4/25/20) of Rabun Gap, GA, passed away peacefully Saturday, April 25, 2020, at home with her family lovingly by her side after an amazingly brave and courageous battle with illness.

Shannon was born in Tallahassee, Florida and has lived in Rabun Gap, GA for the last 15 years where she thrived among this beautiful community who so warmly embraced her passions of music, photography, arts, love of animals, and the peacefulness of enjoying the outdoors. Along Shannon’s life journey and travels, she had the opportunity to live in a Charleston, SC, Woodstock, GA, Nashville, TN and Ashville, NC where she enjoyed the music and arts communities cultivating strong and powerful friendships.

Shannon was an amazing and special individual who possessed a loving, generous and sweet spirit that so easily complimented her gentle soul. She had an uncanny gift of intelligence and insight that was fueled by her active mind and creative soul that naturally supported her sense of adventure. She had the gift of intuition and sage wisdom that she freely shared with others and often transposed those thoughts into a beautiful poem or song. She believed strongly in the gift of kindness and compassion and was always willing to offer love, support and assistance to help you in both the good and challenging times.

Her love of travel created many great adventures and memories that produced friendships that lasted throughout her life. Shannon was fearless in her willingness to explore and expose her heart and mind to new experiences that expanded her overall knowledge of life and the fulfillment of her dreams. Her zest for life gifted her a generous laughter that could be fun, mischievous, infectious and always warmed your soul and brought a smile to your heart.

Shannon was at peace in her soul and secure in her faith and with her relationship with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. She was a very spiritual person and explored and enjoyed all aspects of fulfilling peace and tranquility in the balance of her life.

Shannon was preceded in Death by her brother Chip, Grandparents, and many beloved Aunts and Uncles.

Shannon is survived by her Parents, Helen Score Webb and Vernon Carroll Webb; Sisters, Kelley (Rabun Gap, GA), Susan (Tallahassee, FL), Niece (Elizabeth Verrier), Aunts (Ann Score Salmon and Nancy Score), and several Cousins.

The family wishes to thank each and every one for all the prayers, visits and well wishes, at this difficult time. We would like to extend our gratitude and appreciation for all the amazing staff at Amedisys Hospice Care for the kind and gentle care they provided Shannon and especially, her wonderful sweet nurse, Autumn, for guiding her so lovingly through this journey.

A celebration of life will be held for Shannon at the Parker Ranch in Clayton, GA at a later date.

Kindness, Care and Giving were such vital components of the core of Shannon and as such, the family would ask that if inclined, please make a donation to a support service organization of your choosing on behalf of Shannon.

An online guest register is available and may be viewed at www.habershamcrematory.com.

Habersham Crematory (678-617-2210) of Cornelia is in charge of arrangements.
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Sheila

Posted at 01:00am
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John Pekins

Posted at 11:51pm
I was Shannon's high school English teacher at SAIL (School for Applied Individualized Learning) in Tallahassee. It was a great honor to work with her in that capacity. Shannon was highly intelligent, committed to learning all she could every day, and generous and kind to all she met -- students and teachers alike. I am now retired after 35 years of teaching middle school, high school, and community college.students -- by rough calculation, somewhere around 14,000 total. Shannon exists in my memory among the top 1% of those students. Indeed, I can think of no student who exceeded her intelligence, commitment to learning, and simple human goodness. She was a great gift to all of us at SAIL, as I see from the other tributes on this memory wall that she was also to all others she met on her life's pathway. I have included her in my prayers and wish her a wonderful journey from here. Peace be with her and with her family and many friends.
-- John Pekins

Ben Tanner

Posted at 10:23am
I met Shannon only once--during the eclipse craziness that overtook Rabun County a couple of years back. She was a friend of friends we were camping with that weekend. She had her guitar, I had mine. Over the course of that weekend, I enjoyed her presence immensely. Shannon was the kind of person who allowed conversations to cut directly to the chase, you know what I mean? She was serious about art, serious about music. She made an indelible impression on me. As I said, I met her only once--but I'll never forget her. What a soul.

Ben
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Marsha Cantrell

Posted at 02:22pm
Dear Helen, Carroll and family, I am so sorry to learn of the loss of your precious daughter. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you. Am sending loving wishes for your healing, along with a big, vicarious bear hug. May the peace of the Lord be with you. Marsha Cantrell
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Nancy, Judy, Mary and David

Posted at 03:10pm
We are thinking of you and hope that Shannon is providing laughter through good memories and peace to all of you. Love, The Score Family
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