Mrs. Elizabeth Webster, of Gordon, Georgia passed away on Tuesday, September 1, 2020 at her residence.
Graveside services were held on Wednesday, September 9, 2020, at 11:00AM from the Scott's Chapel Cemetery, Stevens Pottery, Georgia.
Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson Webster was born April 18, 1933 to the parentage of the late George Robinson, Sr. and the late Mattie Webster Robinson. She had two sisters: Lillian Stanley, Susie Mae Ford and two brothers, George Robinson, Jr. which all preceded her in death.
She retired from Central State Hospital after 32 years of dedicated service as Food Service Supervisor. Those who worked with her thought of her as a caring person.
She was affectionately known as by those is the neighborhood as “Ms. Sweetie” who they considered her a kind, sweet and loving person.
She was a great cook who loved to spend time in her kitchen also known as a person with character, peaceful and giving spirit; she was a devoted woman to her family those in need anywhere and everywhere. Her humbleness, faithfulness, her laughter and most of all sene of pride will always shine in the life of those who truly loved her.
Mrs. Webster leaves to mourn her passing her devoted husband, TJ Webster, Sr.; three sons, TJ (Carolyn) Webster, Jr. of Coopers, Dorsey (Linda) Webster, Joseph (Lavon) Webster of Milledgeville, Georgia; two daughters, Fannie Mae Webster, and Lashanda Webster of Cooper; one adopted son, Thomas (Susan) Wood of Steven Pottery; one sister, Betty Jean Hooker of Newark, New Jersey; ten (10) grandchildren, Adrian Webster, Danielle Banks, Ronald Patrick Banks, Kimala, LaTina, Cutina, Felicie Webster, Shondreka (Chancellor) Reese, Daja Webster; eleven (11) great grandchildren; two sisters-in-law, Evelyn Griffin of St. Louise, Missouri and Elizabeth Beard of Detroit, Michigan; six brothers-in-law, Dorsey (Barbara) Webster, Hubert (Sarah) Jackson of St. Louis Missouri, AJ Jackson, Pelman Williams of Coopers; special and devoted friends, Carolyn Rozier and Lavon Webster (phone partner); a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, her family and friends.
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