Mr. William Roy Webster of Ringgold Georgia was received into the presence of our Lord and Savior May 7, 2022. His devoted and loving wife Ann Delores was at his bedside. Born Jan 24, 1938 in Chattanooga to Roy Houston Webster and Willie Mae Greenway Webster, later attending City High School and went on to graduate from The University of Tennessee. His career spanned 35 years with Western Union, eventually retiring as Vice President of Communications. Upon retirement, he and Ann built a home on Lookout Mountain, doing much of the clearing of land and construction themselves. He and Ann were both active members of the community, with Bill holding membership in Alhambra Shriners and The Freemasons. He served 10 years as Secretary for the Fraternal Order of Eagles where he led numerous fundraising events benefiting The Boehm Birth Defect Center. Bill was a member of Thankful Memorial Episcopal Church in St. Elmo. A mentor and friend to many, Bill was known for his strong work ethic and remarkable business sense. His wicked sense of humor brought laughter and joy to any room. He was kind to a fault and adored by many. He loved his family, a good glass of Chardonnay, lively conversation, a faithful dog, a good read, but his greatest love was Ann. Their love story began at age 14, and their devotion to one another is truly unmatched.
In addition to his parents, Bill was preceded in death by his sisters Mary Frances Shumaker and Betty Gail Hughes. Brothers in Law James Shumaker, Willard Hays and John Thompson. Sister in Law Mary Jean Thompson. Mother and Father in Law Mary and Anthony Caplin. Niece Keltie Hays Peay. Nephews Warren Houston Shumaker, William Michael (Olga) Hill, and J. C. Shumaker.
Survivors include the love of his life, Ann Delores Caplin Webster. Daughter Kimberly Webster Campbell. Stepchildren Dena (Randy) Benton, Susan (Bruce) Moore and Tony (Gani) Roberts. Grandchildren include Craig Campbell II, Marlo Campbell, Lindsay Martin, Christopher Martin, Megan Bishop and Jessica Crenshaw. Sister Peggy Webster Hays, Brother in Law William Hughes, nieces Rhonda Wood, Sissy Shumaker and Meridith Benincasa. 12 great grandchildren, 7 great nephews and nieces and 4 great great nieces and nephews. Countless friends and neighbors.
A special thanks to Caris Healthcare Hospice of Fort Oglethorpe and Sharon Brown for their devotion and support. The family is so grateful for all the wonderful friends and caregivers and the kindness shown. Heritage Funeral Home and Crematory is in charge of arrangements with a memorial service to be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be directed to Thankful Memorial Episcopal Church 1607 W 43rd St, Chattanooga, TN 37409 or Caris Healthcare Fort Oglethorpe 127 Battlefield Crossing CT Suite 127 Ringgold, GA 30736.