Brianna Sky Webb, 12, of Etowah passed away unexpectedly on July 19, 2019. Though her time here on Earth was short, the hearts she touched were many — far beyond her years. Brianna was preceded in death by three very special people to her: Stephen “TinMan” Lenoir, Cousin Kylie “Ky Ky” Overton, and Uncle Brandon Cassada. Brianna is survived by her momma and daddy, Misty and Benjamin Webb; her brothers, Tristian “Cricket” and Ben “Junior”; grandparents, Mike “Bubba” and Teresa “Nana” Cline, Kimberly “MiMi” Williams, and Alberta “Mamaw” Curtis; aunts, Nikki “Nik Nik,” Amanda “Bob,” Sabra “Bassa,” Lauren, Noelle and Heather; uncles, Tristin and Tee; many cousins who were all dearly close to her; and best friends, Aliyah, Zayda, Zac, HarLee, Ryker, AriElla, Madison, PaisLee, Piper, Isaiah and Noah. Brianna leaves behind a legacy of many achievements and awards she received during first through sixth grade, including the McMinn County Youth Leadership Award, Citizenship, STEM, 4-H Clover Bowl, A Honor Roll, Academic Banner, a member of the Beta Club, a member of the Math Team, numerous awards in science, social studies, math, reading, spelling, 4-H, and Poster Awards. Receiving of friends will be held at Serenity Funeral Home on Friday, July 26, from 4 to 8 p.m. A Celebration of Life will be held at the funeral home on Saturday morning at 11 a.m., with graveside services to follow. Pallbearers will be Tee McDermott, Matt Webb, Zach Webb, Mike Cline, Spud Webb, and Dillon Webb. Send your online condolences at www.serenityfunerals.com Serenity of Etowah Funeral Home & Cremation Services is in charge of arrangements.
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