Dorothy Pearl Webster

Dorothy Pearl Webster

Dorothy Pearl Webster, age 87, formerly of Wyaconda, passed away Sunday, April 2, 2017 at the Clark Co. Nursing Home in Kahoka.

Dorothy was born December 28, 1929, near Deer Ridge, Missouri, a daughter of Emer Lewis and Lucy Alberta Vice Morrow.

She married Carl "Eugene" Webster, the love of her life, on August 19, 1949 at Canton, Missouri. He preceded her in death.

Survivors include her children: Penny Paul of Wyaconda, Gary (Nancy) Webster of Wyaconda, Mike (Cathy) Webster of Kahoka, Teresa (Kevin) Skinner of Memphis, and Steve (Rachel) Webster of Wyaconda; son-in-law, Mark Seyb of Arbela; seventeen grandchildren: Darin (Robin) Paul of Booneville, MO, Kelly (Rob) Gipson of Good Hope, IL; James (Amanda) Paul of Wyaconda, Patrick (Roberta) Webster of Winfield, IA, Rachel (Aaron) Small of Wyaconda, Jason Seyb (Jean Saxton) of Wyaconda, Becky Hyde of Luray, Marty (Hanna) Seyb of Barn Well, KY, Christina (John) Myers of Memphis, Jeremy (Stephanie) Webster of Columbia, Amber (Javan) Brown of Quincy, Toren Skinner of Riverside, IA, Hailie (D.J.) Mann of Wyaconda, Luke (Amanda) King of St. Francisville, and Stephen Webster, Logan Webster, and Logan Hooper all of Wyaconda; eighteen great grandchildren; six great-great grandchildren; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Fred Webster of Kahoka; Patsy Hobbs-Baker (J.D.)of Celina, TX and Nellie Crider of LaBelle; as well as nieces, nephews and other relatives.

She was preceded in death by her husband; a daughter, Dianne Seyb; son-in-law, Gene Paul; granddaughter, Allison Seyb; brothers and sisters: Otis, Harold, Vance and Cecil Morrow, Dema Carlson, Maxine Nichols, Alberta Harvey and Betty Brocksmith; and several brothers and sisters-in-law.

Dorothy attended school in the Deer Ridge area. She worked side by side with her husband on the farm all of their married life. She loved being outdoors and loved putting in a garden. She worked in the Country Pizza Wagon owned by her son Mike and daughter-in-law, Cathy, and also at the Scotland County Memorial Hospital.

Dorothy was of the Baptist faith.

She loved cooking for her family and having them around her table and filling up her home. She was famous for her homemade pies and noodles.  She crocheted and quilted and was an avid Cardinal’s fan.

Funeral services will be held Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 1 p.m. at Wilson Funeral Home in Kahoka with Pastor Mark Boley officiating. Burial will follow in the New Woodville Cemetery.

Friends may call at Wilson Funeral Home after 9 a.m. Wednesday with family receiving friends from 6-8 p.m.

Memorials are suggested to Camp Leeper or Industrial Opportunities.

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