In Loving Memory of
Renée Stueber Webb
May 20, 1946 - October 29, 2019
Renée Webb passed suddenly, but peacefully, at her home in Manhattan Beach. She was preceded in death by her parents, Delmar and Winifred (Hampton) Steuber of Westchester, California.
Renée was born in Santa Monica and remained a resident of the South Bay her entire life. Growing up, Renee was the quintessential Southern California girl. She was a cheerleader at Westchester High School and went on to be a Cheerleader at UCLA. She was a princess in the Homecoming court and a member of Chi Omega. Despite her short stature, she was an award winning beach volleyball player and also wore the Miss Manhattan Beach crown.
Renée received her Bachelor of Science in Anthropology at UCLA and taught school briefly. She went on to become a very successful pharmaceutical sales representative. Several years later, she received a grant from Loyola Marymount University where she proudly completed her doctorate in Anthropology.
Renée enjoyed singing in the choir at Journey of Faith Church. She also loved writing spiritual poetry. Some of her poems have been recorded by a local Christian artist. In addition to singing, Renée was a voracious reader, with a special fondness for mysteries and historical fiction. Of course, she was a life long Bruin fan and she also loved the Los Angeles Kings.
Those of us lucky enough to know her will miss her smile and silly sense of humor. If there's a cheering squad in heaven, we're sure she's leading the pack!
Renée's ashes will be scattered at sea at a future date.
Published by The Beach Reporter on May 22, 2021.