Obituary of Charles Webster
April 4, 1949 August 12, 2008. It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Charles Chuck Webster Jr. at the age of 59 years, in Rio Hondo TX. Beloved son of Charles Webster, Kingsville, formerly of Harrow and the late Virginia (Wright) Webster (2001). Survived by his best friend and sole mate, his devoted wife Vera, who unselfishly cared for Chuck during his four year battle with cancer. Survived also by his daughters Chastity and Mirenda of Rio Hondo,TX. Treasured Poppa to Anthony and Atlanta, Rio Hondo, TX. Dear brother of Ginger and husband Brian Pollard, Harrow Becky and husband Tim Glidden, Kingsville. Also survived by nieces and nephews Tracy and Tim Ferriss, Tim and Joanne Pollard, Aaron Pollard and Bev and Rick Mills; and great nieces and nephews Spencer and Jordyn Ferriss, Chloe and Kobe Mills. Chuck will also be dearly missed by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends in Texas and Ontario. Chuck grew up in Harrow and worked in the trucking industry for 30 years, traveling extensively in Canada and the United States. He was a caring and compassionate person with an extreme gift of gab. Besides his love for family and friends, his other passion was for the game of golf. He always had his golf clubs with him on long truck runs and stopped to play a round of golf whenever time permitted. Chuck and Vera traveled to Southwestern Ontario in June of this year to celebrate Fathers Day with his dad, Chuck Sr. and family in Harrow. During his visit in June Chuck played his final game of golf with his buddies in the Harrow Open at Kingsville Golf Course. Cremation has taken place in Texas. Visitation at Gerald A. Smith Funeral Home 197 King St. W. Harrow, ON. on Friday September 12, 2008 from 10:00 a.m. until the memorial service at 11:00 a.m. to celebrate Chucks life. If desired memorial donations may be made by cheque in memory of Chuck to Kingsville Golf and Country Club Legacy Fund 640 County Road 20 West Kingsville, ON N9Y 2E6 or to the charity of your choice. You may send your online condolences to www.geraldasmith.ca Chuck wanted to share some of his thoughts with us-: While working in the Harrow and Windsor area for years, many special relationships were formed. These friendships will always remain with me. The friendships just grew and I was fortunate enough to end up as part of these extended families. I dont know why or how or when you may have been a relative or friend but the relationships just blossomed into something very special, and I Love You All. I Will miss all the fun on the Golf Course with the guys. The friends I have made are very special people I will miss you all. And finally a very Special Thank You to Dr. Todd Shenkenberg and especially the Nurses in the Chemo Department, Valley Baptist Hospital, Harlingen Texas.