Webb D. Hallman, a native of Camden NJ, has been a licensed funeral director for more than 30 years. He came to Keyes Funeral Home in 2003 after the retirement of Atty. Earl and Demetri Williams. He is a member of the Widow Son Lodge #1, F&AM of New Haven, New Haven Consistory #7, earning the 33rd* Degree, the Eureka Chapter #1, Holy Royal Arch Masons, the Arabic #40 Shriners, Past Patron Eureka Chapter #2, O.E.S., The Heroines of Jacob. Webb is a Life Member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Hartford Alumni Chapter. He was past President of the Quaker City Funeral Directors Assoc. Phila PA, and Past President of the Quaker State Funeral Directors Assoc. of Penna. He is a graduate of Cheyney University, Cheyney PA and the American Academy of Mortuary Science, NYC. He holds funeral licenses in Penna, NJ and CT. Webb is the father of LeAnna DeBaptiste Hallman of Los Angeles, Webster DeBaptiste Hallman of New Haven and Matthew Young Hallman of Phoenixville PA.
Webb is a native of Camden NJ, a gradaute of Camden High School. He recieved his BA from Cheyney University (PA). Webb is a graduate of American Academy McAllister Institute of Mortuary Science of New York, NY. He has also done graduate studies at Villanova Univ, Univ of Penna, and Temple Univ. Webb Started his professional career as a social studies teacher with the Norristown (PA) School District. He has also worked in local government and the Department of Corrections. Webb brings 30 years of funeral service experience, having worked at the Perry Funeral Home of Phila PA for more than 17 years, and with the DeBaptiste Funeral Homes of West Chester for 12 years. Webb has always been involved with his community. He is a member of the Miller Memorial Baptist Church of Phila. A member of Harmony Lodge #21 F&AM, Prince Hall, of West Chester PA. The Eureaka Chapter #2, OES of New Haven. He is a Life Member of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, currently serving with the Hartford Alumni Chapter. Webb is a divorced father of Webster DeBaptiste Hallman, a 2002 Cheyney Univ graduate, LeAnna DeBaptiste Hallman, a 2002 graduate of Oberlin College and Matthew Young Hallman a future funeral director.