Margie Jane Clark Webb was born on March 18, 1922, in Boyce, Texas to the late Henry Perry Clark and Sudie Bell Boyd Clark. She passed away peacefully January 11, 2017. Margie was a 1939 graduate of Waxahachie High School. She married the love of her life, Erdie Lee Webb on November 19, 1939. They moved to Midlothian in 1940 where they actively worked to better the community for over 77 years.

In 1941 she became a faithful member of the First United Methodist Church Midlothian. She served as a board member including board chair in 1992. She was active in Methodist Youth Fellowship, Stephens Ministry, and the Emmaus Community. She was a spiritual leader in her home and in her community.

Margie’s pride and joy were her two children. She adored Linda Lee Sanders and James E. “Jimmy” Webb. She was an active room mother, hosted many sleep overs, and braved the chaperone of the senior trip. She was also the perfect “Mrs. Claus” at Christmas. In 1950 Margie and Erdie purchased the Western Auto (Webb True Value) in Midlothian. During their 50+ years in business, they made friends with many of their customers. Working together they built a charmed life. Margie was a member of the Ladies of the Leaf, Midlothian Business Women’s Association and the Church Guild. She served as a State Tuberculosis Board member for over 15 years in Austin.

Margie was preceded in death by her siblings, Clinton Clark, Edward Clark, James Wallace Clark and Lucille Clark Howard. Also preceding her was her husband, Erdie Lee Webb, Jr., and daughter, Linda Lee Webb Sanders.

She is survived by her son, Jimmy Webb and wife, Betty, grandchildren, Julie Cooley, Jamie Wickliffe, Jenny Sanders, James Webb, Jr. and Jason Webb, great-grandchildren, Lori Cooley, Tony Cooley, Keri Wickliffe, Eric Wickliffe, Clark Wickliffe, Kati Wickliffe, Ryleigh Webb, Branden Webb, Emma Risse-Webb and Carson Risse-Webb. And great-great-grandchildren, Dakota Barton, Destiny Chandler, Hailee Cooley, Ethan Wickliffe, Alexis Chandler, Emilee Cooley and Kensley Moore

Visitation will be held Wednesday, January 18, 2017, 10-11 First United Methodist Church, funeral services will follow at 11:00 am Wednesday at First United Methodist Church.

Arrangements by Midlothian Funeral Home, W. Randy Hampton Director, 200 East Ave. E, Midlothian, Texas 76065. 972-723-9884,