David Ma­son Web­ster

Cecil Whig - - & - OBIT­U­ARY POL­ICY

David Ma­son Web­ster, of Elk­ton, MD, passed away peace­fully on Mon­day, April 4, 2016, at home sur­rounded by his lov­ing wife and fam­ily. Born in Sal­is­bur y, MD, on Febr uar y 7, 1936, he was the son of the late Capt. Ma­son E. and Signe Is­berg Web­ster.

A U.S. Navy veteran, Mr. Web­ster grad­u­ated with a bach­e­lor’s de­gree in In­dus­trial Tech­nol­ogy from the Univer­sity of Mary­land, re­ceived a mas­ter’s de­gree from Tem­ple Univer­sity, and was a Mas­ter Elec­tri­cian. His ca­reers in­cluded DNR police cap­tain, teach­ing for Ce­cil County Pub­lic Schools, and Divi­sion Chair­man for Ce­cil Com­mu­nity Col­lege. Mr. Web­ster re­tired as an elec­tron­ics en­gi­neer from Aberdeen Prov­ing Ground. He at­tended Elk­ton United Methodist Church and was a mem­ber of the V.F.W. in North East, MD. Mr. Web­ster loved his wife’s cook­ing, trav­el­ing, spend­ing time with his fam­ily and was an avid waterman.

Sur­vivors in­clude his lov­ing wife of 30 years, Co­lette McFad­den Web­ster; daugh­ter, Kellee Trice and hus­band, James; sons, David M. Web­ster, Jr. and wife, Denise, Jon Eric Web­ster, Christo­pher Scott Web­ster, Theodore T. Mears and Thomas J. Mears, all of Elk­ton, MD; grand­chil­dren, Derek Web­ster, Daniel Trice, Hollee Trice, Syd­ney Web­ster and Avery Web­ster; and lov­ing cousin, Signe A. Causey.

In ad­di­tion to his par­ents, Mr. Web­ster was pre­ceded in death by his sis­ter, Inez But­ler.

Fu­neral ser­vice with mil­i­tary hon­ors will be held at 11 a.m., Fri­day, April 8, 2016, at Hicks Home for Fu­ner­als, 103 W. Stock­ton Street, Elk­ton, MD 21921, where vis­i­ta­tion will be­gin at 10 a.m. In­ter­ment will be pri­vate.

In lieu of flow­ers, con­tri­bu­tions may be made to the He­len F. Gra­ham Spe­cial Needs Fund in Mem­ory of David M. Web­ster, or to the Union Hospital Foun­da­tion for Amedisys Hos­pice, in care of the fu­neral home at the above ad­dress.

hick­shome­for­fu­ner­als.com Pon­der formed the orig­i­nal heavy metal bands, LATEM and Dag­gaGod, in which Craig was the drum­mer. He was pre­vi­ously em­ployed at Wil­li­son In­surance Agency and Wil­li­son Real Estate as a real­tor. He was a mem­ber of the Oak­land United Methodist Church and the Oak­land Ma­sonic Lodge #219. Craig loved his fam­ily, and en­joyed play­ing the drums, scuba div­ing, and spend­ing time at the beach. He will be sadly missed by his fam­ily, friends, and ev­ery­one who knew him as “Song Bird.”

Vis­i­ta­tion will be held on Wed­nes­day, April 6, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Kra­bel Fu­neral Home in Oak­land, IL, with Ma­sonic Rites to fol­low. Fu­neral ser­vices will be held Thurs­day, April 7, 11 a.m. at the fu­neral home. Burial will fol­low in Oak­land Ceme­tery.

For those who wish, memo­ri­als may be made to the Oak­land Ma­sonic Lodge #219. Mes­sages of sym­pa­thy may be left at www.kra­bel fu­ner­al­home.com.



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