Born: 8/18/1962, Provo, Utah
Death: 11/5/2009, Moab, Utah
Service: 11/10/2009, 2:00 pm, Spanish Valley Mortuary
Tenley Webb, 47, passed away on Thursday, November 5, 2009 at her home
surrounded by her family.
She was a long-time cancer patient, a brave and gentle warrior battling
against a silent enemy. Though it was this disease that had overthrown her
body, she did not lose in her battle against cancer, because she never
Tenley was born on August 18, 1962 in Provo, Utah to Bill and Beverly
(Miller) Webb. She started to attend school there and later Graduated from
the University of Utah with a Mechanical Engineering Degree. She loved
being in the outdoors where she could rock climb, hike and ride horses.
She moved to Moab, Utah in the late 1980’s where she met her soul mate
She is survived by Gregg; a daughter Riley; her parents Bill Webb of
Salt Lake City, Beverly (Ron) Nagel of Moab; a sister Charisse Zima of
Sandy; and a lot of beloved longtime friends.
At Tenley’s request cremation has taken place and a memorial service
will be held November 10, 2009 2:00 pm at Spanish Valley Mortuary
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