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Alice S. Webster Obituary
ALICE WEBSTER Alice S. Webster, 93, a twenty year resident of the Foulkeways Community in Gwynedd, died unexpectedly and peacefully July 4, 2013. She was born in Moylan-Rose Valley, November, 1919 to John Alfred Stratton and Isadora Stratton on their family farm. She graduated Westtown School in 1937 and Oberlin College in 1941. She married the late G. Willard Webster in 1944, and embarked upon their 65 year journey together through life. She once said that she was most proud of the fine family that she had raised, but she has been active in service to the broader community throughout her life: an active member of Gwynedd Meeting, serving as their secretary for many years; a long time volunteer at the Barrett Friendly Library, Cresco, where she was called the "Angel of the Library"; and at Foulkeways. Being a member of the Society of Friends, her faith and family have been the pivotal foundations of her life. Her spirit, kindness and caring nature touched everyone who knew her and she will be missed. Alice is survived by her four children, Robert Webster, Virginia W. Sims, William Webster, and Marie Wells, as well as by seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held July 20, at 3PM at Middletown Friends Monthly Meeting, 435 North Middletown Rd., Lima, Pa. 19063. Light refreshments will be available after the service. A private graveside service will follow. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in memory of Alice to the "Stewardship Fund", Development Office at Foulkeways, 1120 Meetinghouse Rd., Gwynedd, PA 19436, in acknowledgement of the caring service provided to their mother and father during their years at Foulkeways. This charitable fund is made available to staff for education and promotion within the Foulkeways system and is one that Alice supported.

Published in The Reporter on July 11, 2013
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