Jennie M. Webster
In Memory of
Jennie M.
Webster
1925 - 2018
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Condolence From: Dale Hofmann
Condolence: Mom Webster: What an exemplary human being. Kind, compassionate, and so dedicated to her family. She always welcomed me into her home, or any Webster family function, as though I were a member of the family, greeting me with a warm, big smile and "Hello Dallas" (a gracious version of Dale-the-_ss, thank you Dave Garlock the apropos nickname). I couldn't enter the house without her rustling up something out of the fridge, knowing Ron and I were "growing boys" and perpetually hungry. Every Christmas she always had a canister of home made fudge for me, well aware of my insatiable sweet tooth. When my youthful immaturity lead Ron astray, she never chided me or urged Ron to find a better friend.

I'm lucky to have known her.

And what greater measure of a person life is there than the children they raised. Need I say more.

Thank you Mom Webster,

Dale Hofmann
Thursday January 25, 2018
Condolence From: Paul Goodrich
Condolence: What an amazing woman. The life you lived was an inspiration to us all. You taught us to live and to love. You and Grandpa were exemplary to us on how to build a life. The love you shared for each other and to your faith in God gave us a true view of how life was meant to be. Now you are at peace and with God. I will look to the stars and know that you and Grandpa are looking down at us with love. I love you so much! Will miss you but I will know that you will always be with us.
Monday January 22, 2018