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Lucille Sylvia Webster

August 7, 1925 - March 19, 2007

Burial Date January 1, 1970

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Lucille Sylvia (Bray) Webster, the daughter of Lyndall and Gazena (Hinrichs) Bray was born August 7, 1925 in Phelps City, Missouri. She attended school at Phelps City until the eighth grade.


On April 26, 1943, Lucille was united in marriage to William Lawrence Webster. They lived in Northwest Missouri and Eastern Nebraska working construction and logging. Lucille worked with Lawrence in their logging and salvage business. She was a member of the Tarkio Assembly of God Church, Tarkio, Missouri.


Lucille loved doing ‘word search’ puzzles and baking. She will be remembered best by her granddaughters for their baking cinnamon rolls and chocolate cream pies together, their tea parties, ‘treasure hunts’, going to church together and evenings sitting on the front porch. She also had a love for animals. She enjoyed raising chickens, birds, numerous cats and dogs. Her best loved pets were her dogs Mickey Duck, Princess & Pee Wee; her cat Missy Mouse.


Survivors include her husband Lawrence, daughter, Linda Armstrong and her husband Leo, son John Webster and his wife Judy all of Rock Port; granddaughters, Julie Shallenberger and husband Kevin, Omaha, Nebraska and Jill Webster, Columbia, Missouri; two great-granddaughters, Addison and Macie Shallenberger; one brother Okly Bray and his wife Mary, and one sister Delores Bailey, Abilene, Texas.


Lucille was preceded in death by her parents.


Funeral Services: Thursday, March 22, 2007, 2:00 pm, Minter Funeral Chapel, Rock Port, Missouri
Burial: High Creek Cemetery, Watson, Missouri
Memorials may be directed to the Pleasant View Nursing Home, Rock Port