Cherrie Webster

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A Mass of Christian Burial for Cherrie Webster was celebrated at 10:30 AM, on Tuesday, July 8, 2014, at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Montgomery, LA with Father Blake Deshautelle officiating. Interment followed at the Mt. Zion Cemetery, Montgomery, LA under the direction of Kramer of Colfax. Visitation was held on Monday, July 7, 2014, at Kramer of Colfax. Family Eulogies & Reflections was followed with a recitation of the Holy Rosary. Cherrie Webster, 82, of Ball, LA, passed from this life with her family and friends to the next, to be with our Heavenly Father on July 4, 2014.
Cherrie Webster, the daughter of the late William L. (Buck) Jones and Nora (Ting) Roberts Jones of Montgomery,  Louisiana,  was born April 22, 1932. Her childhood was spent on Nantachie Lake with her cousins including the late Virgil Jones and late Marjorie Stanfield Packett. She married Ray Webster in August 12, 1949. She earned a Master’s degree + 30 hours in Mathematics and taught for 20 years mostly at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches. After retirement, she tutored students, learned to play church organ, volunteered with the Ladies Auxiliary at St. Francis Cabrini Hospital, joined the church choir and busied herself with various computer activities and daily crossword puzzles as well as frequenting local Senior Citizen Centers. Cherrie was at peace with herself and God. Although Catholic, she also attended the First Methodist Church and Bible study in Pineville, Louisiana. A consummate mother and  omemaker, Cherrie was an excellent southern cook and enjoyed preparing meals for her family. Her knowledge and abilities with homemade biscuits, cornbread, red-eye gravy, cakes, candies, fried wild game, etc. was unsurpassed. She prepared many wonderful meals for the family. The main focus of Cherrie was the care and teaching of her children. Her entire adult life was focused on teaching her children to be successful, productive, and happy citizens. Cherrie Webster is survived by her 3 children: Dr. Robert Dale Webster and wife, Vicki, of College Park, MD; Mr. Glynn Webster and wife, Karen, of Atlanta, LA; and, Dr. Cynthia Webster of Bedford, TX. One sister, Veronica LaChapelle of Charlottesville, VA; nine grandchildren: Robert, Jr., Andy, Jeremy, Will, Rachel, Ben, Amanda, Bridget, and Rosa; and, nine great  grandchildren. Cherrie was predeceased in death by Ray Webster, her husband of 51 years. Thoughts that encapsulate Cherrie’s life are: Love, Perseverance, Teacher, Loyal American and Wife, Sacrifice, Proponent of Solid, Old-fashioned Values, and Mother  
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