Kirsten Webb

1935 - 2018

Name

Kirsten Webb

Date & time of Service

Wednesday, March 21 2018 - 12:00pm

Funeral Location

The Church of Lady St Mary, Wareham

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Branch

Albert Marsh, Wareham
St Michaels Road, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 4QU

Telephone

01929 552107

Further information

Family flowers only.

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Messages of Condolence

Douglas A. Evans

21/03/2018

In Florida in 1964, my dad married Kirsten’s sister Hedvig, and Hedvig became my stepmother. Consequently, Kirsten became my aunt, and her family became my family. After losing Hedvig in 2014, my dad in 2017, and now Kirsten, my appreciation of familial bonds has only grown stronger. Susan and I send blessings to Nigel, Helen, Anna, Tim, and Kirsten’s precious grandchildren.
As an artist myself, I very much admire Kirsten's lifetime of creative achievements, as well. Many friends in Florida treasure their memories of Kirsten.

Anette Redin

14/03/2018

Kirsten Tetens Webb
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Kirsten was an incredibly wonderful person, and I will miss her very much. She was humorous, creative and had a fantastic drive.
I have known Kirsten from I was born. When I was quite young I and my parents went on a summer holiday with her parents in the north of Zealand. That was before they moved to Florida. When she came back to Denmark, she lived with my grandmother, near us, for a while. We spent a lot of time together, and she often went with us to our summerhouse. Even in those early years she was very creative. I remember she made wonderful Christmas calendar for me and my sister.
When her family came back from Florida, she moved to Mols to stay with them.
Here she started making pottery. She had her own workshop, and she travelled around Jutland and sold her pottery. I visited her a few times in Mols and I was permitted to work a little in her workshop.
In Mols she met a young Englishman, Nigel. They fell in love and I was there at the wedding, something I remember quite clearly.
Then they moved to England and when I was 18 I stayed with them for some months. That was when she was expecting Anna.
Later on Kirsten took up broidery, made beautiful pieces and had numerous exhibitions. And I was lucky enough to see one of these exhibitions.
Kirsten, Nigel and the girls visited us for the first time when the girls were young. Later we have met frequently. We have been to Wareham to visit them on three occasions, and they always visited us when they came to Denmark. We always had a very nice time together, and in many ways we share the same interests.

Kirsten, a truly wonderful woman.
My thoughts are with Nigel and the family.

Anette from Denmark

Rev. Caroline King Groshart (Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA)

12/03/2018

I had known Kirsten since I was about 3 years old. Living in Florida, I didn't get to see her nearly enough, but when we DID get together, we formed unforgettable memories! She will remain in my thoughts forever, and her artistic creations will live on forever, too. God keep you, Kirsten. We shall meet again.

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