Calvert Colston Webb, 61, a retired manager for the Westinghouse Electric Corp, here died Wednesday in Winston-Salem, N.C.

He suffered a heart attack while he and his wife, Larayne, were visiting one of his sisters, Mrs. Elton Cocke.

Mr. Webb, a 12th generation Virginian, was born in Gladys, Va. He was a graduate of the University of Virginia.

During World War II, he served as a petty officer 1st class with the Navy in the Atlantic and the Pacific.

He came to this area after the war and was a buyer for the Hecht Co. until 1952, when he joined Westinghouse. Based in Laurel, he managed the territory that included Washington. Baltimore, the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia and the Maryland Eastern Shore. He retired in 1974.

Since then Mr. Webb had been associated with B. A. Coe Co., an appliance service firm, in Washington.

He was a member of the George Washington Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution, the Robert E. Lee Camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, the Samuel Cooper Chapter of the Stars and Bars, the Jamestown Society, the District of Columbia Society of the Order of Founders and Patriots of America and the St. Mary's County Maryland Historical Society.

In addition to his wife, of the home in Springfield, and his sister, he is survived by two other sisters, Mrs. Edis Clark, of Galveston, Tex., and Mrs. Richard Young, of Dallas, Tex. and a brother, Walter Walker Webb, of Byran, Tex.