Who Is Cassandra Jamieson, Carl Webb Wife? 4 Kids

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Carl Webb Wife: The sudden death of the Australian former rugby league footballer, Carl Webb, has shocked the rugby world, and they are in mourning state now.

Before his death, the professional rugby footballer had been fighting a severe neurological illness for an extended period.

Webb was married to his beloved wife, Cassandra Jameison, and they had four children together.

Rugby Football Player Carl Webb
Rugby Football Player Carl Webb (Source: Nine’s Wide World Of Sports)

Carl Webb was born on March 20, 1981, in Mount Isa, Queensland, Australia, and was an Indigenous Australian.

During the mid-1990s, Webb played for the Dalby Diehards in the Toowoomba Rugby League competition.

Furthermore, Webb played for the Toowoomba Clydesdales before joining the Brisbane Broncos.

After his time with the Toowoomba Clydesdales, Webb made his NRL debut for the Brisbane Broncos in 2000 against the North Queensland Cowboys.

Additionally, before announcing his retirement in 2011, he played for North Queensland and Parramatta.

Who Is The Wife Of Carl Webb? Family And Kids

After his death, the rugby legend Carl Webb leaves behind his wife Casandra Jamieson and their kids.

According to the reports, Carl Webb and Casandra Jamieson were married for over five years.

Moreover, she had been through Carl’s ups and downs during their time together.

During an interview, Carl expressed how his wife Casandra highly supported him, even though the illness posed a significant challenge for them.

Carl Webb With Wife Casandra
Carl Webb With Wife Casandra (Source: Daily Mail. co)

“It is the hardest thing ever to expect anyone to do, but there is a level of strength there that is just incredible, and she turns up every day,” Webb said.

After his death, he left behind their four children: two sons and two daughters.

When Webb was suffering from the disease, their eldest son was aware of his father’s condition.

However, the three younger kids had no idea about the disease, except that their father was sick.

What Neuron Disease Was Carl Suffering From?

Carl Webb was suffering from an incurable disease named Motor Neuron Disease. On March 5, 2020, it was revealed that Webb had received a diagnosis of early-onset MND.

Motor Neuron Disease is a neurodegenerative disorder affecting motor neurons, causing progressive muscle weakness and atrophy.

After receiving the diagnosis, Webb relocated to disability housing in Brisbane.

He experienced both good and bad days, mentioning that the most challenging aspect for him was the gradual loss of strength.

Moreover, Carl even mentioned that putting on clothes and rolling over started becoming challenging for him.

This circumstance resulted in him being in a wheelchair towards the end of his life.

The Australian Footballer Carl Webb
The Australian Footballer Carl Webb (Source: Instagram)

However, he launched the Carl Webb Foundation, which raises money for individuals fighting MND and provides $2,000 in grants for modifications to bathrooms and cars.

Many people appreciated and praised him for his assistance towards those suffering like him.

Even after the death of Carl, many appreciate him for putting a smile on people’s faces when he was battling the disease.

Similarly, rugby league legends, including Matt Bowen, Petero Civoniceva, Greg Inglis, Lote Tuqiri, and cricket player Chris Lynn, collaborated for a charity match to raise funds for the Carl Webb Foundation.

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