Carl Cheney Webb

Carl entered into this world on February 7, 1965 in Anchorage, Alaska to David E. and Sheila Wilson Webb.

Carl and his family moved from Anchorage and continued to make their way to Southeast Panhandle on to Port Alexander, and then later on to Ketchikan. He so enjoyed to celebrate with his classmates on their every 10 year reunion.

Carl met and married Amy Hartgenbush and together they had their daughter, Megan. His pride and joy as he would say. They later separated.

His hobbies were fishing, hunting, riding his horse Ginger, and spending time with his family and friends. One of Carl’s greatest achievements in life in which he was so proud of, what would have been his 20th year of sobriety in October of this year. He was so proud to be supportive of his hometown Ketchikan’s new Stomp the Stigma Program. He was loud and proud to be supportive of those that made their goal in sobriety.

Carl kept his driving skills up by going to Texas, and even Tennessee to take more tests to further his endorsements on his license. He loved to be a long hauler, but liked to stay closer to home. He was proud to be a laborer and dump truck driver for South Coast Inc., fuel truck driver for Petro Marine, and driver of equipment for Aero Services at the Ketchikan International Airport. Whenever Carl wanted extra time in for driving he would call P&T Construction and would always be employed at any time. He loved to drive the Mack named Little Blue.

In the latter part of 2015, Carl met the love of his life, Beth. They were married on May 19, 2016 with family and friends in attendance, and on July 9, 2016 they were able to celebrate their union – having all their family and friends to join them at North Tongass Community Club.

Carl and Beth moved from Ketchikan to Tennessee, where they eventually settled down and purchased a little home. Carl still did his long hauling, but enjoyed being able to get home to be greeted by his wife Beth and his pups Cole and Jack-Jack.

Carl’s final employment was with a great company known as Midwest Logistics. He certainly had his loyalty to the Green Bay Packers. He watched as many games and possible and was a number one fan.

On Sept. 17, 2021, Carl entered into eternal peace at the age of 56, with his loving wife Beth and daughter Megan by his side.

Carl is survived by his wife Beth of Tennessee; daughter Megan Webb of Oregon; daughter Andria Hansen of Ketchikan; son Jesse Hanson (Samantha) of Ketchikan; his mother Sheila Cannon and husband James of Utah; three sisters – Tiffany Lowhorn & family of Tennessee, Jeannette Stark & family of Utah, Debbie Alvey & family of Texas; aunt Judy Glasspool & family of Ketchikan; father & mother-in-law Ben & Susan Kinsman of North Carolina; sister-in-law Emily Robertson & family of Mumford, Tennessee; Allen & Katie Cazeau & family of Gloucester, Virginia; brother-in-law Benny Edenshaw & family of Ketchikan.

He was preceded in death by his father David E. Webb; aunt & uncle Marsha & Larry Hilley; and his uncle Phillip Webb.

There will be a Celebration of Life at the North Tongass Community Club on Dec. 29, 2021 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.