Gary Carlton Webb
It is with deep sorrow and sadness, that the family announces the sudden and unexpected passing of Gary Carlton Webb on Thursday October 20, 2022 at the age of 61. He passed in his apartment in Toronto.
Gary was born in downtown Toronto on August 5, 1961 and grew up and lived all his life in the Yonge and Eglinton area of Toronto. He graduated from the University of Toronto with a Specialist Degree in Commerce and Finance and worked in the hospitality industry as a food and beverage manager most of his life. He enjoyed cooking and entertaining his friends. His artistic talent was apparent in his imaginative decorating skills.
He was the loving son of the late Carl Webb and Jessie Webb and is survived by his only sister Bonnie Greenoe of Fort Myers, Florida. He will be dearly missed by Bonnie, Lisa Feavyear a lifelong friend of Toronto and other longtime friends.
Cremation has taken place and Gary’s remains will be laid to rest with Grandfather, Albert Webb and Nana, Inez Webb at Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Toronto on January 12, 2023. There will not be a funeral service and currently no celebration of life is planned.
In lieu of flowers donations to a charity of one’s choice would be appreciated.
I was deeply saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Gary. He was a big part of my life during my teenage years. We enjoyed many parties, formals and dinners together, even travelling to New York City, which he loved. I’m so glad we connected recently via phone and shared memories and laughter. He was fun and kind and I will miss him dearly. My sincerest condolences go out to his family and friends, including Lisa.
I’m terribly sorry for your loss…
Gary .. I hope you are at peace and are happy up there..
So many good memories.
I hope you have peace and are happy now.
I’ll miss all the good times.
I was so very sorry to hear of Gary’s passing. We had so much fun together in our teens. Great memories. He will be missed by many. My deepest sympathies to his family and dear friends.
Isla Tulloch. (now in Scotland)
So many happy memories Gary.
From painting the kitchen in Foster’s on Elizabeth Street in the 1980’s to staying up all night helping to decorate Elm Street for Christmas in the early 2000’s you were always ready to go above and beyond. A better friend and employee I could not have wished for.
The parties, the dinners, our trip to New York with Lisa and Sandy……never to be forgotten!
On behalf of all your co-workers and friends from Foster’s I wish you peace my friend and I hope you have Robbie to take for walkies
My love to Lisa and Bonnie..