Ellen Mary Browne Webb
August 23, 1930 - November 9, 2015
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Born in New Orleans, La to John Francis Browne and Katherine Amato Browne, Ellen was the third child. She had two brothers, John Joseph Browne and Dominic Francis Browne, both deceased.Shortly after birth John Browne and family moved to Monroe, La where Mr. Browne worked for Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. Mr. Browne bought the family…

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Karen Browne-Vohs left a message on May 29, 2016:
My Aunt Ellen, whether she knew it or not, was a formidable influence in my life. I'd spend summers with my Grandmother, and, Aunt Ellen made sure I had regular trips to the library, swimming (she taught me arm and leg movements, threw me in and said, "You can do it." She was right.) Her wit was razor sharp, my cousins were my delight, and I still tell the story of Missy's birth. She gave me my first introduction to theater, sewing and cooking. She will remain a loved cornerstone in my life. To my Uncle Clyde and my cousins, I send belated condolences, love and the appreciated joy of knowing a woman like my Aunt.
Steve Mintz left a message on November 17, 2015:
Dear Clyde and entire related Webb Family, My condolences. Ellen was always so nice and respectful to me. I have made a memorial contribution in her name to Forsythe Avenue Beautification for one of the trees in the Forsythe Avenue boulevards between 6th and 18th Streets in Monroe. Sincerely yours, Steve Mintz
Eletha Hunter Murray left a message on November 17, 2015:
To Dr. Clyde Webb and the family of Mrs. Ellen Webb:We the family of the late Bertha Hunter, who worked in your home for 20 plus years, extend our heartfelt condolences to you at this time of bereavement. We know that Bertha would have wanted us to reach out to let you know how much Mrs. Webb meant to her. Bertha really loved and greatly appreciated not only Mrs. Webb but you and your family. On behalf of my children (Bertha's grandchildren) and myself, please know that our prayers are with you all.Kind Regards,Eletha Hunter Murray
Becky and Pat Franz left a message on November 13, 2015:
Never had the pleasure of meeting Ellen but know that she raised an amazing, loving, kind and sassy daughter that we are proud to call our friend. Ellen made a great legacy that she must have been so proud of. Our prayers are with Missy and the entire family. Love to all, Becky and Pat Franz
Greg Carr left a message on November 12, 2015:
My heart goes out to the entire Webb family/extended family. I know with absolute certainty that Ellen was truly one of a kind....and was the matriarch to a wonderful collection of quality humans...each unique and special in their own way. I remember well when Mike would return to LSU with "Ellen vittles" and the excitement that created for all of us who had ever tasted her incredible cooking. I also remember my first post-LSU visit to "Club Webb"...sharing martinis with Ellen like a real "grown up". I am truly deeply sorry for your loss. May the memories created with and by her bring you joy for years to come.......
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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