Weaver, Kenneth James 1 Jul 1978 - 25 Nov 2011 CCH-N 30 Nov 2011
[Note: Son of Frances; adopted by James Roy Weaver; married 23 May 2006 Jennifer Baltz]
Kenneth James Weaver, 33, Pomona, died at 8 a.m., Friday, Nov. 25, 2011, at his home. He was born July 1, 1978, in Mt. Vernon. On May 23, 2006, he married Jenifer Baltz in Miami, Okla. Weaver was a welder, and had been a volunteer for Halltown Fire and Quick Response Unit for several years. He attended Paris Springs United Methodist Church. He is survived by: his wife Jenifer Weaver; five children, Anthony J. Hutchenson, Springfield, Destiny Weaver and David Weaver, both of Mt. Vernon, Jeremy George of Pomona, and Josh George, of West Plains; two grandchildren; his father Kenneth Dwane Weaver; three brothers, Danny Weaver, Cory Clark and Brian Kline; four sisters, Darla Mitchell, Deneau Henry, Ashley Mitchell and Debra Bryson; several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins; and a lot of friends. His adopted father, James Roy Weaver and his mother, Frances Weaver, and grandmother Laura Bradshaw precede him in death. A memorial service will be held at Paris Springs Methodist Church Saturday, Dec. 3 at 11 a.m.
Weaver, Lee 29 Mar 1902 - 4 Oct 1933 CCR 5 Oct 1933 p1
[Note: Son of Ed & Paralee (Hoffman) Weaver]
Funeral services were held Thursday for Lee Weaver, 33 year old resident of Ozark, who died Wednesday in Springfield Baptist hospital of injuries suffered Saturday night as he was struck by an automobile on highway 65 north of here. Weaver, taken to the hospital immediately, was struck as he started to enter his own machine which was parked on the highway. Relatives said the other car failed to stop. He was knocked unconscious and suffered three fractures of the left leg and internal injuries. Survivors are his mother, Mrs. Pearline Weaver and several brothers and sisters. Burial was under direction of the B.C. Klepper Undertaking Company.
Weaver, Mary c1873 - 30 Jan 1913 CCR 31 Jan 1913 p1
[Note: Daughter of Samuel & Caroline (Turner) Weaver]
Mary Weaver an aged colored woman, died at her home of her sister, Aunt Dilcey Weaver in the east part of town, Thursday morning, Funeral services will be held at the residence at 1 o’clock p.m. with interment in the Weaver cemetery.
Weaver, Mary Elizabeth (Morrisett) 20 Dec 1862 - 12 May 1934 CCR 17 May 1934 p8
[Note: Daughter of John & ? ( ) Morrisett; married John Elijah Weaver 16 Mar 1854 - 9 Nov 1927; middle name Ann on tombstone]
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Weaver, mother of the four Weaver brothers, were conducted at 2:30 o’clock Sunday afternoon in the Herman Lohmeyer funeral home and burial was made in the Weaver cemetery. Mother Weaver, as she was known to all the Weaver clan, died early Saturday morning. She had gone to Tulsa last week to see the famous Weaver brothers show close its season, and was stricken there Wednesday night. Thursday night the boys gave their final show, although their smiles hid deep sadness at their mother’s critical condition. All four left for Springfield immediately after the show to join Mrs. Weaver, who had been sent here in an ambulance Thursday. They were with her when she died. Besides the four boys, Leon, Charles, Frank and Max, Mrs. Weaver is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Rena Doling, Mrs. Charles J. Chappel, and Mrs. Irvin Carr, all of Springfield. Since the death of her husband, J.E. Weaver, seven years ago, Mrs. Weaver had made her home with her son, Max, on Campbell Road.
Weaver, Mildred (Tatum) 23 Jan 1913 - 11 Mar 1933 CCR 16 Mar 1933 p1
[Note: Daughter of R. W. & Sarah (Mathes) Tatum; married Paul Weaver]
Max and Dwight Hawkins returning to Ozark after Saturday night midnight show in Springfield discover car over embankment near James River bridge -- three killed instantly, fourth dies Tuesday morning.
Max and Dwight Hawkins, sons of Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Hawkins of Ozark, returning from a Saturday night midnight show in Springfield early Sunday morning discovered a car over the embankment near the James River bridge. Mrs. Mildred Tatum Weaver, 20, Harry Edward Gibson, 21, and Carl Koenneman, 27, all of Springfield, were killed outright in the accident, and Carl Durham, 25, also of Springfield, was fatally injured. He died Tuesday morning in a Springfield hospital without regaining consciousness. As Max and Dwight came to the scene of the accident, the top of their car brushed a telephone guy wire, suspended across the highway and fearing a hold-up, drove on. As they rounded the curve just prior to making the straight climb up the James River hill on Highway 65, one of the boys looked back and saw the tail light of the wrecked automobile still burning in the ravine into had crashed. They debated the matter and decided to return and investigate. They turned around at the filling station at the Mentor turn-off, returning to the scene where they found the wrecked coupe and the occupants scattered about. The boys immediately enlisted the aid of Mr. Gooch, who operated a nearby filling station and examination revealed that three of the victims were dead and the fourth seriously, if not fatally, injured. Mrs. Gooch then drove to Galloway where an ambulance from Springfield was called and the dead removed to Springfield undertaking establishments and Durham rushed to a hospital there. The accident is supposed to have happened at least 25 or 30 minutes before its discovery. The cause of the accident and its circumstances will probably never be revealed.
Weaver, Nita Jane (Daniels) 24 Aug 1884 - 6 Mar 1968 CCR 7 Mar 1968 p8
[Note: Daughter of General “James L.” & Perlina Ellen (Allen) Daniels]
Funeral services for Mrs. Nita Jane Weaver, 83, a longtime resident of Ozark, will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Harris Chapel in Ozark, with the Rev. Max Edmondson officiating. Burial will be in Ozark Cemetery. Mrs. Weaver died in Bilyeu Nursing Home here at 1:50 p.m. Wednesday. She was a member of First Christian Church here. Surviving are a brother, Chas. F. Daniels, Ozark; three nieces and three nephews.
Weaver, Sarah (Garrison) 27 Jul 1837 - 30 Jan 1915 CCR 5 Feb 1915 p1
[Note: Daughter of William J. & Mary (Bloomer) Garrison; married 22 Feb 1859 Greene Co MO Joseph L. Weaver 21 Nov 1828 - 28 Jan 1909]
Mrs. Sarah Weaver, for years a resident of Ozark and vicinity but for the past few years living in Oklahoma, died at her home there last week and her remains shipped to Ozark for burial, arriving here Monday. Funeral services were held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Loyal Estes, conducted by Rev. Mitchelmore, with interment at the Weaver cemetery. Mrs. Weaver was the widow of the late Joseph Weaver and was aged about 78 years. She had been a resident of Christian county nearly all her life and had resided for years in the home from which the funeral was held and in which she reared a large family. Mrs. Weaver leaves five daughters and one son, namely: Mrs. Loyal Estes, Mrs. J. W. Bingham, Mrs. Boriff, of Sparta, Mrs. Dr. Reinenger of Springfield, and Mrs. Tom Breazeale of Canada and John Weaver the son who resides in Okla. and with whom she was living at the time of her death. She had been a member of the Christian church over 50 years.
Weaver, Violet Jewel (Moody) Tindle 25 Jan 1947 - 13 Oct 2004 SN-L 15 Oct 2004
[Note: Daughter of Monroe & Vanna ( ) Moody; married Daniel Wayne Tindle 24 Mar 1946 - 11 Mar 1969; married Glenn Wesley Weaver]
Violet Jewell Weaver, age 57, of Oldfield, died Oct. 13. A memorial service will be at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Oldfield Church of Christ. Arrangements are under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.
Weaver, Violet Jewel (Moody) Tindle 25 Jan 1947 - 13 Oct 2004 CCH-N 27 Oct 2004
Violet Jewel Weaver, 57, Oldfield, died Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2004. She was born Jan. 25, 1947 in Ozark, the daughter of Monroe and Vanna Moody. Weaver was a member of Oldfield Church of Christ. Survivors include: her parents, Monroe and Vanna Moody, Oldfield; her husband, Glenn Wesley Weaver, Oldfield; a sister, Debbie Peak and husband Tom, Oldfield; her mother-in-law, Iola Weaver, Springfield; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Tom and Joyce Gammon, Fair Grove, Kenny and Marcia Weaver, Springfield, and Mark Weaver, Springfield; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Danny Tindle, who died in Vietnam. A memorial service was held Saturday in Oldfield Church of Christ under direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.
Webb, Amanda Jane “Manda“ (Pigg) 19 Jul 1879 - 15 Oct 1927 CCR 20 Oct 1927
[Note: Daughter of Richard & Amanda Marie (Gimlin) Pigg; married 9 Oct 1898 Thomas F. Webb 15 Jul 1875 - 17 Jun 1946]
Amanda Jane Pigg was born in the year 1879 and was 48 years, 2 months and 28 days of age at the time of her death which occurred at her home at 983 Johnson avenue, Springfield, Missouri on Saturday morning, October 15th, 1927. She was united in marriage to T. F. Webb on October 9th, 1898, to which union eight children were born, of whom all but two survive. She is survived by the husband and six children: Mrs. Clay Coffman, Mrs. Joe Yadon, Chesley, Leslie, Verna and Ellis; four brothers, John, Jeff, Sam and W. M. and one sister, Mrs. Mattie Haslip, also survives, together with four grandchildren and many other relatives. She professed her faith in Christ at the age of 14 years and was a devoted companion, a sweet, loving mother and a dear friend, being dearly loved by all who knew her. She lived in the faith that all are pure and true get that reward which she is now enjoying. The funeral services were held Monday morning, October 17th, at the grant Street Baptist church in Springfield, with short services at the church at Highlandville. Burial was made in the Odd Fellow’s cemetery at Highlandville.
Webb, Callie Roberts (Baggott) 11 Nov 1923 - 16 Nov 2010 SN-L 18 Nov 2010
[Note: Daughter of Jesse & Julia ( ) Baggott; married 27 Feb 1942 Jerome Webb 26 Feb 1924 - 4 Dec 1990]
Callie Roberta Webb, 87, of Nixa, Mo., formerly of Auburn, Ill., passed from this life on Tues., Nov. 16, 2010 at Brook Haven Health Care in Springfield, Mo. She was born on Nov 11, 1923 in Anna, Ill., to Jesse and Julia Baggott. She was a longstanding member of Aldersgate United Methodist church in Nixa. She loved spending time with her family. At the Nixa Sr. Center she especially enjoyed the dances and a host of friends. She married Jerome Webb on Feb. 27, 1942. He preceded her in death on December 4, 1990. Also preceding her in death were two beloved brothers, Raymond and Amos Baggott, an infant daughter, Brenda and a great grandson Joshua. Survivors include three daughters, Sue (Larry) Leahy, of Auburn, Ill., Cathy (Dick) Hesselgesser of Nixa, Mo., and Cindy (Clay) Goldstein of Lantana, Fla., eight grandchildren, Angie, Kim, Matt, Traci, Michael, Jill, Ashley and Adam, 15 great-grandchildren, Jake, Jason, Chas, Vince, Brenden, Micheala, Sarah, Aidan, Rome, Jazmine, Bryce, Lucy, Kelyn, Kaiya, and Kaleah, one sister, Mabel Johnson of So. Elgin, Ill, and several nieces, nephews and friends. A visitation will be held Friday, November 19, 2010 from 6 to 8 P.M. in the Klingner-Cope Family Funeral Home at Rivermonte Chapel, 4500 S. Lone Pine, Springfield, MO. A funeral service will be held Saturday, November 20, 2010 at 2 P.M. in Klingner-Cope Family Funeral Home Chapel with the interment to follow in Rivermonte Memorial Gardens. Memorial donations may be made to Make-A-Wish Foundation, 1510 W. Elfindale, Springfield, Mo., 65807. Online condolences may be made at www.klingner funeralhome.com
Webb, Charles E. 31 Aug 1920 - 16 Dec 2006 SN-L 19 Dec 2006
[Note: Son of Clifford & Martha (Gibson) Webb; married 1943 Loretta Rogers; married 1958 Lela M. (Rogers) Jones 5 Mar 1923 - 2 Jun 2004 - Loretta (Rogers) Webb Bowers & Lela M. (Rogers) Jones Webb were sisters]
Charles E. Webb, of Springfield, passed from this life on Saturday, December 16, 2006, at the age of 86. He passed peacefully at Springfield Rehabilitation and Health Care Center. The family is grateful to the staff of SRHCC for the care they gave Charles. Charles was born on August 31, 1920, in Rogersville, Mo. He was the second of four children born to Clifford and Martha (Gibson) Webb. In 1943, Charles married Loretta Rogers, of Ozark. They had three daughters during their marriage. In 1958, he married Lela Rogers, of Ozark. They had two sons during their marriage. Charles was preceded in death by his parents; his sister Lucille Samuel and her husband, Elmer (Cotton); five grandchildren, Christie, Mark, Rebecca, Tanya and Joseph Huff; and his longtime companion, Lela Webb. He is survived by two sisters, Marceline Howerton and her husband, Don, of Mountain Grove and Marthena Davis and her husband, Jeff, of Springfield. Charles is also survived by his children: Beverly Bowers, of Rogersville, Barbara Webb, of Cherokee Village, Arkansas, Bonnie Davis and her partner, Floyd, of Lamar, Arkansas, Gene Webb and his wife, Vicky, of Ellinwood, Kansas, and Rick Webb, of Tulsa, Oklahoma; his five grandchildren and one great-grandchild; also many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Funeral service will be at 1 p.m. on Thursday, December 21, at Preston-Marsh Funeral Home, 314 S. Main, Rogersville, with Rev. Paul Swadley officiating. Burial will follow the service at Eastlawn Cemetery in Springfield. Visitation will be Wednesday evening from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made in Charles' name to the Alzheimer's Association-Southwest Missouri Chapter.
Webb, David Clifford 1891 - 19 Feb 1968 CCR 22 Feb 1968 p8
[Note: married Martha 10 Apr 1895 - 5 Jun 1977]
David Clifford Webb, 76, Rogersville, died at 6:45 p.m. Monday in Springfield Baptist Hospital after a lingering illness. A lifelong resident of the community, Mr. Webb was a retired farmer and had worked for the Greene county road and bridge district for 10 years. He was a member of Harmony Baptist Church near Rogersville. He is survived by his wife, Martha; a son, Charles E., Ellinwood, Kan.; three daughters, Mrs. Lucille Samuel, Rogersville, Mrs. Marcelene Howerton, Raymondville and Mrs. Marthenea Davis, Springfield; one brother, Tom, Springfield; 12 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in Harmony Baptist Church west of Rogersville with the Rev. Howard Blevins, James Melton and Max Start officiating. Burial will be in Dodson Cemetery under the direction of Marsh.
Webb, Ellis Truman 1 Feb 1941 - 6 Apr 2002 CCH-N 17 Apr 2002
[Note: Son of Ellis Truman & Jane (Bacus) Webb, Sr.; married 25 Nov 1972 Betty Whisenhunt]
Ellis Truman Webb, 61, of Nixa, died April 6, 2002, in Cox Medical Center South, Springfield. He was born Feb. 1, 1941, in Kansas City, Mo., the son of Ellis Truman, Sr., and Jane (Bacus) Webb. As a youth he attained the rank of Eagle Scout. He served his country in. the U.S. Coast Guard. On Nov. 25, 1972, he and Betty Whisenhunt were married. He retired as a communications technician for Southwestern Bell Telephone. He had served as vice president of the Communication Workers of America Union in Kansas City. Ellis enjoyed fly fishing and gardening. Survivors include: His wife, Betty; his mother, Jane Webb, Kansas City; a brother, Bill Webb and his wife, Barbara, Anchorage, Alaska; two sisters, Janie Birkholz, Leewood, Kan., and Mary Garland, Mission, Kan.; two nephews, Kenny Birkholz and his wife Cathy and their child Chrissy and Bill Garland; four nieces, Sally Birkholz, Susan Birkholz, Gail Garland and Paula Lurf; a brother-in-law, Leeroy Whisenhunt and his wife Joyce, Tulsa, Okla.; and good friends Larry and Michele McKoy, Nixa. His father preceded him in death. Funeral services were April 9 in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Dr. Lee Strawhun officiating. Burial Followed in Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Springfield.
Webb, Huey C. 11 May 1919 - 29 Apr 1979 OH 3 May 1979 p5
[Note: married Wilma]
Services for Huey C. Webb, 59 of Rogersville were held at 10:30 a.m. today (Thursday) in the Klingner Chapel with the Rev. Bill J. Grabeel officiating. Burial was in Hazelwood Cemetery. Mr. Webb was dead on arrival at Cox Medical Center at 6:50 p.m. Sunday after apparently suffering a heart attack. Survivors include his wife, Wilma.
Webb, Janice Ilene (Richardson) 1953 - 9 Mar 2006 SN-L 11 Mar 2006
[Note: Daughter of Jimmy & Mildred ( ) Richardson; married Jess Webb]
Janice Ilene Webb, 52, Billings, passed away in the early morning of March 9, 2006, in her home, following a long illness. She was a retired nurse assistant and enjoyed fishing and crafts. Janice was of the Pentecostal faith. She was preceded in death by her grandparents and other family members. Janice is survived by her husband, Jess Webb; parents, Jimmy and Mildred Richardson; sister, Darlene Coffman and husband, Jerry; brothers, Rodney Richardson, and Randy Richardson and wife, Patty; several nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, and a host of friends that will greatly miss her. Visitation will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. today, March 11, 2006, in Greenlawn Funeral Home North.
Webb, Jennie died 11 Feb 1919 CCR 14 Feb 1919 p1
Mrs. Jessie Webb died at her home in Sedan, Kans, on Monday at 10:40 a.m. The deceased was the mother of Mrs. C. E. Ware of this city and had visited here. She was a native of Missouri having been born near Mount Vernon and was related to many prominent families of this state. Her mission on earth is finished, and she rests sweetly with her Lord.
Webb, John H. 3 Oct 1923 - Jul 1975 OH 31 Jul 1975 p8
[Note: married Cynthia]
John H. Webb, 53, 3437 West Chestnut Expressway, died Sunday evening in his home apparently following a heart attack. He was a member of Bethany Four Square Church of North Hollywood, Calif. Survivors include his wife, Cynthia; three sons, John W. of Arcadia, Calif., Douglas of Las Vegas, Nev., and Owen of Los Angeles, Calif; three daughters, Gayle, Sharon and Lynn, all of Los Angeles, Calif.; and five grandchildren. Arrangements were under direction of Adams of Ozark.
Webb, Lela M. (Rogers) Jones 5 Mar 1923 - 2 Jun 2004 SN-L 4 Jun 2004
[Note: Daughter of Cy & Addie (Woods) Rogers; married 1944 Allen Jones; married 1958 Charles E. Webb 31 Aug 1920 - 16 Dec 2006]
Lela M. Webb, of Springfield, went to be with Jesus on Wednesday, June 2, 2004, at the age of 81. She passed peacefully with her family at her bedside, at Springfield Rehabilitation and Health Care Center. Lela had fought a brave twelve-year battle with Alzheimer's Disease. Lela was born on March 5, 1923, in Christian County, Mo. She was the seventh of eight children born to Cy and Addie (Woods) Rogers. Lela's father and older siblings raised her due to losing her mother at age 3. In 1944, Lela married Allen Jones of Galloway. They had three daughters during their marriage. In 1958, she married Charles Webb of Rogersville. They had two sons during their marriage. Lela was a good wife, a wonderful mother and an excellent grandmother. Lela worked throughout her life at many different jobs in the Springfield area, as well as in the Ellinwood, Kan. area, where she lived for fifteen years. She was a waitress, a housekeeper and a factory worker to name a few. The job she loved the most was that of nurse's aide in two nursing facilities in Kansas. Lela always enjoyed helping people and would go out of her way to help if someone was in need. Lela was preceded in death by her parents; her three brothers, Troy, Walter and Homer Rogers; and three of her sisters, Murva Klapp, Clella Norton and Lola Rogers. She is survived by her sister, Loretta Bowers of Cherokee Village, Ark., and by her longtime companion Charles E. Webb of Springfield. Lela is also survived by her children, Sandra Fields and her husband, Bill, Lana Casey and her husband, Ron, Vickie Ogden and her husband, Lonnie, all of Springfield, Gene Webb and his wife, Vicky, of Ellinwood, Kan., and Rick Webb of Republic; her 11 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren; also many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Lela will be missed by many. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 5, at Mentor Baptist Church, 6105 S. Farm Road 193, Rogersville, under the direction of Preston-Marsh Funeral Home of Rogersville, with Rev. Lance Ogden officiating. Burial will follow the service at Eastlawn Cemetery in Springfield. Visitation will be today from 6 to 9 p.m. in the church. Memorial contributions may be made in Lela's name to the Alzheimer's Association, Southwest Missouri Chapter, or to Community Hospices of America.
Webb, Lela M. (Rogers) 5 Mar 1923 - 2 Jun 2004 SN-L 5 Jun 2004
Lela M. Webb, 81, Springfield. Services will be at 11 a.m. today, June 5, at the Mentor Baptist Church, Rogersville. Burial will be in the Eastlawn Cemetery, Springfield. Memorials may be made to Alzheimer's Association SW MO or Community Hospice's of America.
Webb, Lela M. (Rogers) 5 Mar 1823 - 2 Jun 2004 CCH-N 8 Jun 2004 & CCH-N 9 Jun 2004
Lela M. Webb, Springfield, died on Wednesday, June 2, 2004 at the age of 81. She passed peacefully, with her family at her side at Springfield Rehabilitation and Health Care Center. Lela had fought a brave twelve-year battle with Alzheimer's disease. Lela was born on March 5, 1923 in Christian County. She was the seventh of eight children born to Cy and Addie (Woods) Rogers. Lela's father and older siblings raised her following the death of her mother when Lela was 3. In 1944, Lela married Allen Jones of Galloway. They had three daughters during their marriage. In 1958 she married Charles Webb of Rogersville. They had two sons during their marriage. Lela worked throughout her life at many different jobs in the Springfield area, as well as in the Ellinwood, Kan., area where she lived for 15 years. She was a waitress, a housekeeper and a factory worker to name a few occupations. The job she loved the most was that of a nurse's aide in two nursing facilities in Kansas. Lela always enjoyed helping people and would go out of her way to do so. Lela was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers, Troy, Walter and Homer Rogers; three sisters, Murva Klapp, Clella Norton and Lola Rogers. She is survived by her sister, Loretta Bowers of Cherokee Village, Ark., and by her longtime companion, Charles E. Webb of Springfield. Lela is also survived by her children, Sandra Fields and husband Bill, Lana Casey and husband Ron, Vickie Ogden and husband Lonnie, all of Springfield; Gene Webb and his wife Vicky, Ellinwood, Kan., and Rick Webb of Republic; her 11 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and 2 great-great-grandchildren, as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Funeral services were on June 5 at Mentor Baptist Church in Rogersville, Mo. Burial followed in Eastlawn Cemetery in Springfield. Memorial contributions may be made in Lela's name to the Alzheimer's Association - Southwest Missouri Chapter or to Community Hospices of America.
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Webb, Martha 10 Apr 1895 - 5 Jun 1977 OH 9 Jun 1977 p2
[Note: married David Clifford Webb 1891 - 19 Feb 1968 ]
ROGERSVILLE - Mrs. Martha Webb, 82, Route 2, Rogersville, died at 8:45 p.m. Sunday in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield after a two-month illness. Mrs. Webb was a lifelong resident of the Rogersville area was a retired farmer. She was a member of the Harmony Baptist Church here. Surviving are her son, Charles W. of Ellinwood, Kan.; three daughters, Mrs. Lucile Samuel, Route 4, Rogersville, Mrs. Marcelene Howerton, Raymondville and Mrs. Marthene Davis, 3022 East Erie Lane, Springfield; 12 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Harmony Baptist Church, west of Rogersville, with the Revs. Howard Blevins and John Potter officiating. Burial will be in Dodson Cemetery under direction of Marsh of Rogersville.
Webb, Susan Marie (Boss) 18 Dec 1980 - 26 Aug 2008 SN-L 28 Aug 2008
[Note: Daughter of Roger & Carolyn (Slager) Boss]
Susan Marie Webb, age 27, of Springfield, went to be with her Lord Tuesday, August 26, 2008. She was born December 18, 1980, in Oak Lawn, Illinois, the daughter of Roger and Carolyn (Slager) Boss. Susan was a beautiful young woman, not only in appearance, but in the way she made those around her feel. She was tender hearted, a good friend, and a loving mother, daughter, and sister. Survivors include her son, Quinton Nathan Webb; her parents, Roger and Carolyn Boss, Nixa; two sisters, Michelle Boss, Springfield, and Christine Boss; and niece Emma, Nixa; a brother, Roger J. Boss and wife, Hsiang-Ting Chen, Palatine, Illinois; grandparents, Bill and Pal Slager, Mokena, Illinois; and aunts, uncles, other relatives, and friends. She was preceded in death by grandparents, Bernard and Ruth Boss. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, August 30, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa, with Pastor Duane Maas officiating. Burial will follow in McConnell-Bledsoe Cemetery, Nixa. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, in the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Springfield Lutheran Schools.
Webb, W. Ward, Rev. 5 Jul 1900 - 3 May 1931 CCR 7 May 1931 p1
[Note: Son of William C. & Maggie E. (Marley) Webb; married 27 Aug 1922 Jewell Leyde]
Suffering from complications, he started to improve when brought to home of his parents, but change for worse cam last week -- passed away Sunday morning.
Fighting a valiant fight for life, Rev. W. Ward Webb, who was brought to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Webb in Ozark some three weeks ago, instilled much hope into the hearts of his loved ones and friends by the marked improvement he made during the first week or ten days after coming here, but the change came last week and he passed away early Sunday morning. Although slightly past the age of 30 years, Ward’s rise in the profession of the ministry had been rapid, but marked with outstanding success. Being of that type of a young man who applies himself sincerely and whole-heartedly at his task, he easily mastered his educational difficulties and gave every evidence of being one of the leading ministers of Missouri, if not of the middle west. But fate seemed to play its untimely part and shortly after taking up his pastorate at Macon, Mo., to which place he came from Texas, he became ill and gradually grew incapacitated, releasing his pastorate some months ago to seek relief in a St. Louis hospital. But there he failed to improve and came to the home of his parents. During the first two weeks of his return, he improved rapidly and was at one time able to sit for a short while on the porch. But last week the change came and, being for the worse, he gradually sank away. The funeral services were held at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the Springfield Baptist church, with Dr. Lewis M. Hale, pastor, occupying the pulpit. Members of the choir of the church at Macon had charge of music and a group of the laymen of the Macon church were the active pallbearers. The Baptist ministers over the state, who were intimately acquainted with Rev. Webb, were honorary pallbearers. Burial was made in Maplewood cemetery under the direction of B.C. Klepper. A narrative of the life of this fine young man is as follows, as written by some of his loved ones: Rev. W. Ward Webb, of Macon, Mo., was born July 5, 1900, at Ozark, Mo. He passed away May 3, 1931, at the age of 30 years, 9 months and 28 days. He was graduated from the Ozark high school in 1918 and then entered the Springfield Business College. After completing the course he entered the ministry. He spent one year in Southwest Baptist College at Bolivar, three years in William Jewell College at Liberty, one year in Louisville, Ky., Seminary, and four years in the seminary at Fort Worth, Texas. During the course of his school work he was pastor of various churches. After completing his seminary work he was called to the pastorate at Macon, where he was serving at the time of his death. He was married to Miss Jewell Leyde of Springfield on Aug. 27, 1922. To this union was born one daughter, Elma Jean. He is survived by his wife and daughter, father and mother of Ozark, and four sisters, Mrs. W.E. Flesher of Cookville, Mo; Mrs. Thad Rice of Visalia, Calif., Mrs. W.S. Lockard of Clymer, Penn.; and Mrs. E.F. Turrentine of Kansas City, Mo., and a host of relatives and friends.
Webb, W. Ward, Rev. 5 Jul 1900 - 3 May 1931 CCR 7 May 1931 p6
Card of Thanks
We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation for the help kindness and sympathy shown us by our friends and neighbors during the illness and death of our beloved husband, son, and brother. We wish especially to thank Dr. Young for his untiring service in trying to alleviate his suffering during the last two weeks of his illness and all others for their beautiful floral offerings. Mrs. W. Ward Webb, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Flesher, Mr. and Mrs. Thad Rice, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Lockard, Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Turrentine.
Webb, William Chesley 27 Oct 1872 - 20 Apr 1947 CCR 24 Apr 1947 p1
[Note: Son of William & Salina J. (Gotcher) Webb; married 29 Oct 1893 Maggie E. Marley 24 Sep 1875 - 18 May 1937]
Funeral services for W.C. Webb, 75, who passed away Sunday, April 19, 1947, at his home in Aurora, Mo., will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock in the Aurora Baptist church and immediately following these services the body will be brought to Ozark where graveside services will be held in the Ozark cemetery. Mr. Webb was a long time resident of Ozark and was a well-known merchant here for many years. He was also a rural carrier out of Ozark and was retired from this work from the Ozark office.
Webber, Charles David 5 Dec 1853 - 19 Nov 1932 CCR 24 Nov 1932 p1
[Note: Son of William Walter & Margaret Frances "Fannie" (Harrison) Webber; married 30 Oct 1889 Etta Mae Morris 11 May 1870 - 16 Jul 1942]
Chas. David Webber was born Dec. 5, 1853 near Mt. Vernon, IL. He died Nov. 19, 1932 at the age of 78 years, 11 months and 14 days after a lingering and patient illness. He came to Missouri with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Webber in 1867 and lived in this vicinity ever since. He was married to Etta Morris of Linn County, MO in 1889. They have lived in Ozark all these years. To this union were born six children, Alt Elma, dying in infancy, Leland of Joplin, MO, Pallas of El Dorado, KS, Mrs. Clessie Worley of Miami, OK, Mrs. Clella Forbriger of Kansas City and Calista of Topeka, Kansas. He was converted and joined the Ozark Baptist Church in 1907 where he remained a member the rest of his life. Mr. Webber is survived by the widow, Mrs. Etta Webber, 5 children and 2 brothers, W.W. Webber of Mt. Vernon, IL, Samuel B. Webber of San Bernardino, CA, and two sisters, Mrs. Rinnie Lawing of Claremont, CA and Mrs. Julia Bryant of Ozark. Three grandchildren and a host of friends also survive. Funeral services were held from the Klepper Funeral Home at 10 o’clock Monday morning with Rev. Ross Carter officiating. Burial was made in the Odd Fellow Cemetery under the direction of B.C. Klepper.
Webber, Charles David 5 Dec 1853 - 19 Nov 1932 CCR 24 Nov 1932 p1
Those from out of town who attended the Webber funeral Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Leland Webber of Joplin, Mr. and Mrs. Pallas Webber and son of El Dorado, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Worley of Miami, OK, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Forbridger of Kansas City, Miss Calista Webber of Topeka, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bingham, Mrs. D.F. McCauley and children and Mr. Guy Logan, all of Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Bryant of El Dorado, Kansas and Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Clay of Billings.
Webber, Etta May (Morris) 11 May 1870 - 16 Jul 1942 CCR 16 Jul 1942 p1
[Note: Daughter of Norton & Mary (Bishop) Morris; married 30 Oct 1889 Charles David Webber 5 Dec 1853 - 19 Nov 1932]
Mrs. Etta Webber, of Ozark, died Thursday morning at a Springfield hospital following a lengthy illness. Funeral arrangements are incomplete pending the arrival of relatives.
Webber, Etta May (Morris) 11 May 1870 - 16 Jul 1942 CCR 23 Jul 1942 p1
Funeral services for Mrs. Etta Webber, longtime resident of Ozark, were held Sunday, July 19, at the Ozark Baptist church, conducted by Rev. Bruce C. Maples, with interment in the Ozark cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home. The following obituary was prepared for publication by Mrs. Chas. F. Boyd, a close friend who had been closely associated with Mrs. Webber for many years in her garden work. Etta Webber was born in New York State May 11, 1870, and departed this life July 16, 1942, at the age of 72 years, 5 months and 5 days. She came to Missouri, with her parents when still a young woman and was united in marriage with Charles D. Webber, Oct. 30, 1889. He husband preceded her in death several years ago. She is survived by her children, two sons and three daughters. Her sons are Leland A. Webber, Colorado Springs, Colo., and Pallas Webber, Lyons, Kan., and the daughters are Mrs. Wilbur Worley, Miami, Okla., Mrs. Ralph J. Forbriger, St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Arnold Fitzsimmons, Norfolk, Neb., and three grandchildren, Marilyn and Margaret Worley, Miami, Okla., and David Lee Webber, Lyons, Kan. A nephew, Ward D. Webber, The Dalles, Ore., who she took into her home as an infant after the death of his mother, also survives. She was a faithful member of the Ozark Missionary Baptist church for many years, and at the time of her death. She lived most of her life in Christian county. She was a modest, humble Christian, a considerate neighbor, a good wife, a kind friend, and a loving and greatly loved mother. Most of her life in Ozark, Christian county, was spent in her homey little cottage know by all as “Cozy Corner” nestled away among the trees and scrubs and amid myriads of flowers, the garden spot of Ozark. There is hardly a flower of any color or hue or name that cannot be found tucked away some place in her garden. There is perhaps not a flower garden in Ozark but what has some flower or shrub that first grew in Mrs. Webber’s garden; she was generous and always glad to divide her joys with her friends. “Cozy Corner” had been the Webber family home since 1869. She was a charter member of the Home Garden Club, and a very active and efficient member. She was the president of the club during 1941. The following poem expresses Mrs. Webber’s philosophy of life as if it had been written for her: Let me live my life from day to day In a friendly self-forgetful way; With hand-clasp warm and a [INCOMPLETE]
Webber, Margaret Frances “Fannie” (Harrison) 28 Nov 1832 - 8 Feb 1906 CCR 15 Feb 1906 p1
[Note: Daughter of William Burchett/Berchet & Elizabeth (Ireland) Harrison; married 17 Jan 1851 Jefferson Co IL William Walter Webber 20 Jan 1829 - 2 Jun 1887]
Sister Margaret F. Webber was born in Williamson county, Tenn., Nov. 28th 1832 but was reared in Robertson Co. Tenn. Her maiden name was Margaret F. Harrison. Her father moved to Illinois in 1847. In Jan, 17th, 1851, she was married to William Webber and moved to Missouri with him in Oct. 1867. Sister Webber was converted at the age of 17 years and united with the Baptist church and lived a consistent Christian until her death which occurred Feb. 8th, 1906. Thus they pass away. She has gone from us but our loss is her eternal gain. The funeral services was held at the residence, by the writer, after which her body was taken to the cemetery and laid in the grave to wait until the trumpet of God shall sound to wake the sleeping dust. W. T. Holbert.
Webber, Pallas Hathaway 23 Aug 1897 - 27 Aug 1977 OH 1 Sep 1977 p16
[Note: Son of Charles David & Etta Mae (Morris) Webber; married ? Whitworth]
BRANSON - Services for Pallas Hathaway Webber, 80, Branson, were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Whelchel Chapel here with the Rev. Weldon Frazier officiating. Burial was in Odd Fellows Cemetery in Ozark. Mr. Webber died Saturday afternoon at Skaggs Community Hospital after a long illness. He was a native of Ozark and attended the Baptist Church. Survivors include a son, David L. of Indianapolis, Ind.; two sisters, Mrs. Clessie Worley, Bonner Springs, Kan. and Mrs. Clista Fitzsimmons, Sioux City, Iowa, and several grandchildren.
Webber, Sam B. 29 Feb 1854 - 19 Nov 1935 CCR 21 Nov 1935 p1
[Note: Son of William Walter & Margaret Frances "Fannie" (Harrison) Webber]
Relatives in Ozark received word this week of the death of Sam B. Webber, which occurred Tuesday morning at the home of his son, Ward, at The Dahls, Oregon. Burial will take place Friday at San Bernardino. The deceased is brother of Mrs. Julia Bryant and Mrs. Rinnie Lawing, being the latter’s twin brother. Sam, as he is known in Ozark, left here about 30 years ago. He was born in Fairfield, Ill., but was reared in Ozark. Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Leonard and Wendell and Mrs. Julia Bryant visited with him last summer while on their trip west. Sam will be remembered by all of the old timers in Ozark. He is survived by four sons and two daughters. Mrs. Webber passed away this last summer.
Webber, Ward Duff 2 Mar 1868 - 29 Jul 1900 CCR 2 Aug 1900
[Note: Son of William Walter & Margaret Frances "Fannie" (Harrison) Webber; married Sadie Kinney]
The remains of Ward D. Webber arrived here on the train Wednesday morning and were taken in charge by the members of Friend Lodge No. 352, A. F. & A. M. and escorted to the residence of G. W. Logan. At 3 o’clock p.m., the body was taken to the Odd Fellows cemetery and buried with the beautiful ceremony of the Masonic order, to await the call of the master.
Webber, Ward Duff 2 Mar 1868 - 29 Jul 1900 CCR 9 Aug 1900
A Card of Thanks
“Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaketh.” I wish to extend to my many friends, acquaintances and neighbors and especially to the Masonic fraternity and those who offered so freely to disfurnish and discommode themselves in order to comfort my soul in my sad distress caused by the loss of my poor boy, Ward D., the fullest and most sincere thanks of my hears; and I a poor woman, am only able to return the gratitude of my heart for all your kindness and may the living God, who is our rest and portion, help us all to live above reproach and finally give us a happy admittance into the Palace Royal of God is my prayer. Mrs. M. F. Webber.
Webber, Ward Duff 2 Mar 1868 - 29 Jul 1900 CCR 16 Aug 1900
In Memory of Ward D. Webber
Ward D. Webber, who died on the morning of July 29th, 1900, at Dallas, Tex. was born March 2d, 1868 one a quarter mile south off Ozark, Mo. on the farm now known as the Perrin farm and was buried August 1st on the same farm upon which he was born. His parents, William and Margaret F. Webber, moved to Ozark in the spring of 1869, and by the time Ward had reached the age of five years, he astonished the business men of Ozark by his witty questions and answers and by his propositions to some of the divines. He lived with his parents until he was seventeen, receiving a good common school education, leading his classmates in almost every branch of study. During the time he studied telegraphy under Wiand Tunnell of Ozark, and when about seventeen, he entered the employ of the St. L. & S. F. railway company and the W. Y, Tel, Co, and for several years looked after and conducted several offices in some of the principal cities of the United States. He entered the Telegraphers contest at St. Louis and came out with second honors. He operated in Springfield, St. Louis, Kansas City, Little Rock, Washington, D. C., Chicago and many other places, including New York and Brooklyn. He then left the employ of the Western Union and engaged with private parties and corporations operating private wires during which time he followed other pursuits, always have uppermost in his heart the personal interest of his mother whom he respected above all. His desire for adventure and knowledge caused him to frequently change locations, So great was this desire that on July 1891, he crossed the Atlantic to Dublin, Ireland. After visiting all the ancient buildings and viewing the sepulchers and tombs of the ancient and renowned worthies of Ireland, including the last resting place of the idolized Parnell, he took passage on Aug. 17th for London, the world’s greatest metropolis. He spent the time while there viewing and searching for that for which his ambition and eagerness had driven him from the sunshine, the kind and warm hearts of his nativity. He visited one day in the great British Museum, also visited St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, which was founded by King Sebert in 616, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Queen’s stables, the great bridges and many other noted places as his intuitive and ambitious mind dictated; and answered the social calls of many personages of note. He bid farewell to London on Aug, 23, 1894 and return to Dublin via Southampton, arriving there Sept. 3rd. After visiting the principle cities of England and Ireland, he began to think of America and the loved ones at home. On the 18th day of Sept, he kissed the Blarney stone and stepped aboard the steamer Britannia and sailed for New York. On his return, he made a tour of the United Sates, remaining one winter in Florida at Key West and along the Gulf Coast. He located in Washington, D. C. in 1895 and there took the obligations of a Mason, joining the Osiris Lodge, and lived true to the order until death. During his travels, he made frequent visits home to see his mother and friends so dear to him and who very much appreciated his presence. He finally located in Kansas City in 1898 where in 1898, he met the joy of his life, Miss Sadie Kinney who he wooed and wed in Sept 1899. He went from there to Dallas, Tex and located, his wife joining him shortly after, where they lived comfortably and happily until the situations came announcing the fact that his joys on earth were coming to an end. When he, like all mortals, was forced to obey. Ward, in his adolescence, was the joy of his parents hearts and the aspiration and adoration of their lives; in manhood the picture of health, intellectually far above the average, always affable, kind and gentle to everyone and everything, always willing to lend a helping hand to any of God’s created intelligence. He was not only a philanthropist, but was benevolent and kind to all animate nature, and it seemed to be his nature to endeavor to make everybody and everything around him easy and happy, He was very loquacious, but pleasant in manner and conversation, an impressive talker, serving as lecturer and organizer for the Labor Telegraph Union at one time. Politically, he was socialist, declaring that every person should be free in the superlative. Religiously, he was a free thinker and would never accept anything as being true simply because someone said it was trues; was not an agnostic nor an infidel, but believed in duly considering all things and holding fast to that he believes to be true and right. His religion was to benefit humanity and we believe in many things he was optimistic. He believed that the God of nature performed all things well, He apparently was as independent without a cent as with his thousands. He had an aversion to lying, and believed every American should be lord of his shrine and king of his palace and the housewife queen of the palace. The was thirty-two years old when he died, away from home but not friendless which fact was fully demonstrated by the people of Texas and Kansas and the place of his nativity. Dying while yet young, comparatively speaking, yet he had lived a hundred years. I no wish to say in behalf of his wife that while in her grief and sadness, she was indelibly impressed by reason of the appreciation, hospitality and generosity of the people of Ozark, the true manifestation of which was conclusive. Upon that eventful night His spirit was called to take its flight From its cold charnel house of clay From the gloom of night to endless day To his loving wife he spoke his last Then his waiting spirit onward passed It moved to join angelic grace Where the limpid stream flows through the Holy place To meet his friend on the other shore Where the spirits of men forevermore Bask in the sun of eternal day Where there is no desire to go astray. G.W. L. Below we give his epitaph, written by himself and read at the grave by Judge Collier. AN EPITATH Some day or weary night, my restless soul Will reach in heaven or ___? its destined goal I crave no prayer f superstitious slave Nor ask the mockery of a flowery grave No unctuous words of praise from lips that plead With God, for pay, recounting word and deed, No funeral march, no lying epitaph, No crowds of laughing hypocrites to laugh Ere falls the last clod on my senseless clay! No printed tribute to be read today Forget tomorrow, let no tear be shed That springs not from the heart when I am dead Fling defiance in the face of Fate Whether the end I calmly trust will wait Some thoughtful friend when all is o’re may not Forget these lines and wandering near the spot When comes to view the rounded hill of sod Might say, “He did not fear to meet his God” Ward D. Webber Dallas, Tex, Feb 10, 1900
Weber, John Martin 12 Nov 1880 - 31 Jul 1960 CCR 11 Aug 1960 p1
[Note: Son of Charles & Catherine ( ) Weber; married Anna Matilda Schatz]
Funeral services for John Martin Weber, 79, who died July 31 at his farm home near Billings, were held at 9:30 p.m. August 2 at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, with the Rev. William J. Connell officiating. The rosary was recited at 8 p.m. August a in the Harris Funeral Chapel at Billings. Burial was in St. Joseph’s Cemetery under direction of Harris. He was a native of Fair Grove and came to Billings in 1918. Survivors include two sons, Carl Weber of Billings and Joe Weber of Kansas City; two daughters, Mrs. Theresa Helton of the home and Mrs. Frances Hagedorn of Pierce City; four grandchildren; one brother, Max Weber of Springfield; two sisters, Mrs. Rosa Eslinger and Mrs. Mary Alexander, both of Springfield.
Webster, Aili A. (Aho) 11 Dec 1914 - 10 Jun 2000 CCH-N 21 Jun 2000
[Note: Daughter of Matthew & Hilma ( ) Aho; married 27 Aug 1937 Ed Webster]
Aili A. Webster, 85, Highlandville, Mo., passed away at 4:50 a.m., Saturday, June 10, 2000, in her home. Aili was born Friday, December 11, 1914, in Butte, Montana. Her parents were Hilma Aho and Matthew Aho, both U.S. citizens from Finland. Many Finnish customs were in their home. Aili was raised with one sister and two brothers in Cazadero (Northern California), where she spent many hours hiking, fishing, trapping and playing with her siblings and friends. She moved away from home to go to High School in Sebastopol, California and graduated from High School in Santa Rosa, California. In 1937 on August 21 Aili married Ed Webster in San Francisco. They were married almost 45 years before Ed passed away in 1982. Ed and Aili were the first people to walk across the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco when it first opened. Aili and Ed raised their two daughters, Cathy and Marvene, in St. Helena in the Napa Valley of Northern California. Aili was Mother Advisor of the Rainbow Order for Girls, belonged to the Methodist Church and was active in the women's prayer group. Aili began oil painting when she was 60 years old, selling and giving away many paintings. She wrote and had published, several songs, poems, and plays. In 1975, Ed and Aili moved to Ozark, Missouri for their retirement years. Their daughter, Cathy (Moody) Waldrep moved to Ozark in 1976 with her three daughters. Their daughter Marvene Bauman, her husband David and their daughter Jessica moved from California to Oklahoma City. Aili had a strong prayer life as evidenced by her witness through her poetry. She was a friend to many, loved and lived life, loved her family, was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, and friend. She was preceded in death by her husband, and two brothers. She has one sister, Lillian Powers age 91 now living in Medford, Oregon. Aili is survived by her two daughters, their husbands, four granddaughters; Kimberly Anderson and husband Matt of Colorado and their four children; Tim, Josh, Melissa and Joey Darst; Wendy (Moody) Mills and her husband Paul of Ozark; Juli (Moody) Highley and husband Mike of Nixa and their three boys; Gabriel, Jacob, and Luke. Granddaughter Jessica Bauman lives in Ithica, New York where she attends the Cornell University. We will all miss our dear mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and dear friend more than words can say. She was indeed a special blessing to us all. Thank you Lord for her life and her gift of love. Funeral services were held Tuesday, June 13, 2000, at 11:00 a.m. at the Harris Funeral Home of Ozark with the Reverend Darrell Hinds officiating. Burial was at the Selmore Cemetery at Selmore, Missouri.
Webster, L. Marceline (Reeves) 16 Jun 1921 - 21 May 2006 CCH-N 7 Jun 2006
[Note: Daughter of Leo V. & Esther (Van Dolah) Reeves; married 15 Jun 1940 Philip A. Webster]
L. Marceline Webster, 84, Hutchinson, Kan. Passed away May 21, 2006, at the Pleasant View Home in Inman, Kan. She was born June 16, 1921to Leo C. and Esther Van Dolah Reeves. A lifetime Hutchinson resident, she received her high school diploma from Hutchinson High School in 1939 and was a 1941 graduate of Hutchinson Junior College. Marceline spent her life as a homemaker and attended services at Park Place Christian Church where she was a member of the Christian Women’s Fellowship. On June 15, 1940, she married Philip A. Webster in Hutchinson. Survivors include: Her husband, of the home, son Donald M. Webster and wife Nancy of Hutchinson and Christopher J. Webster and wife Debbie of Ozark; a daughter, Jacqueline E. Gingerich of Hutchinson; a sister, Martha Lackey of Branson; 12 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and a daughter-in-law, Nelly Webster of Fredrick, Md. Marceline was preceded in death by a son, Jon, two sisters, Vivian Moore and Pauline Reed, and a great granddaughter, Faith Buggeln. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. May 23 at Park Place Christian Church with Pastor Kim Biery officiating. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials may be sent to the church or Pleasant View Home in Hutchinson. Condolences may be sent to the church or Pleasant View Home in Hutchinson. Condolences may be sent to www.elliottmortuary.com.
Webster, Philip A. 1920 - 19 Feb 2008 CCH-N 27 Feb 2008
Philip A. Webster, 87, of Hutchinson, Kan., passed away Feb. 19, 2008. He was a project engineer with a woodworking manufacturer. Philip is survived by two sons, Don Webster of Hutchinson, Kan., and Christopher Webster of Ozark; one daughter, Jacqueline Gingerich of Hutchinson, Kan.; a brother, Leo Webster, of Edmond, Okla.; 12 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Services were held Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. at Park Place Christian Church in Hutchinson. ©Ozarks Newsstand 2008
Weddle, Sherry Waynette 28 Sept. 1977 – 17 June 1995 CCH-N 21 June 1995
[Note: Daughter of Dennis Wayne & Juanita ( ) Weddle]
Sherry Waynette Weddle, 17, Ozark, died Saturday, June 17, 1995, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. She was born Sept. 28, 1977, and attended elementary school in Springfield before moving to Ozark. She was a 1995 graduate of Ozark High School and was looking forward to attending College of the Ozarks this fall. She was an employee of Consumers Market in Ozark and a member of Grant Avenue Baptist Church, Springfield. She was preceded in death by a sister, Peggy Sue Weddle. Survivors include her mother and step-father, Juanita and Chet Marksberry, of the home, her father and step-mother, Dennis Wayne Weddle, Sr., and Jonalie, Lebanon; bothers and sisters, Denise and Alan Welch, Lebanon, Dennis Wayne Weddle, Jr., and Michelle, Cole Camp, John and Serena Weddle, Seymour, Rena and Jim Bourge, Seymour, and Paula Weddle, of the home; a beloved friend, Brent Allen Scott, Ozark; grandmothers Gladys Weddle and Dorothy Weddle, both of Lebanon; foster parents Bill and Gwen Mackey, Ozark, and many other relatives and friends. Funeral services were Tuesday in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with the Rev. Steve Wilks officiating. Burial was in Mount Rose Memorial Cemetery, Lebanon. Memorial contributions may be made to the Sherry Weddle Scholarship Fund at Ozark Bank.