October 4th, 1987, Darrell Jamie Webb, 34, was born to the parents of Mildred Terry and Darrell Webb, Sr. He was a lifelong resident of Syracuse, New York. He subcummed to the call of death on Monday, November 1, 2021. He attended Syracuse Public Schools, earning his diploma from Corcoran High School in 2007. During that time, he would grow to be affectionately called Biggie and eventually just Big. He was an avid fan of Syracuse University. He was also very passionate about the culinary arts. He loved cooking for his family. He was very proud of his brand and company, Hustle Junkiez.Darrell will continue to live through all who truly knew and loved him. He is survived by his parents, Mildred Terry of Early Branch South Carolina and Darrell Jamie Webb Sr. of Buffalo, New York. His Maternal Grandparents, William Terry Jr. and Esther Terry of Early Branch, South Carolina. He grew an affinity for South Carolina during his frequent trips to visit them. His paternal grandparents, Shirley Webb and Robert Hall of Buffalo New York preceded him in glory. His grandparents were his foundation. He would not have reached or desired the things he did without the steadfast love and support they had for him. Darrell encompassed many things. His essence was BIG. His essence is BIG. He filled any room with joy and every heart with love. He was a protector. He was a teacher. He was a son. He was a brother. He was an uncle. He was a friend. He was a companion. But most importantly, he took pride in being a father. His eldest Tenea “NeNe” Webb, 13, does not just hold an uncanny resemblance to her father but the distinction of being his greatest friend. He doted and loved his youngest daughter D’ Kota Webb. His expectant son, Darius Webb will arrive to the wealth of love that his father cultivated very soon.Darrell is also survived by his eldest sister, Kristy Terry of Early Branch, South Carolina and his youngest, Vernita Webb of Syracuse, New York. He loved being their brother. Whether he was making a funny sound to antagonize Vernita or imitating Kristy’s laugh, he reveled in the honor of knowing that they belonged to him. His sisters entrusted him with another title that he also enjoyed: Uncle. His nephews: Ty’Zeir Chairs of Syracuse, New York and Jermaine “Jayce” Davis of Early Branch, South Carolina. His nieces: Brielle Davis of Early Branch, South Carolina; Serenity Brumfield and Noelle Webb of Syracuse, New York. Darrell was so many things, to so many people that this program could never truly suffice. Darrell never had a brother from his parents but throughout his life, he garnered many. From his early days, creating legendary times with The Villa, and even presently with The Avengers; he has a legacy that defies description. He has a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and cherished ones that share the same sentiment. He was your strength when you didn’t have any. He was your brother if you didn’t have one and his laugh was an elixir that soothed your soul. There are not words good enough to describe the man that we honor because he was a man of action. He never faltered when life said he should. He loved completely. He loved his parents. He loved his sisters. He loved his brothers. He loved his children and the women who blessed them with life. He loved his city. It would be trivial to say he was hard working because he came here and did what the Lord appointed him to do. He loved, completely.
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