Nancy L. Webster

Nancy L. Webster, 85 years young, left her earthly life to go home to be with her Lord on Sept. 9th, 2020.

She was born Aug. 7, 1935, in Jamestown, N.Y. to the late Edward and Evelyn Selin Engquist.

Nancy married the love of her life, Eugene L. Web-ster on June 25, 1955, who preceded her in death in January 2019 and who awaited her return to him in heaven.

Together, creating a home filled with love, laughter, and hospitality, they raised their five chil-dren: Kim (Gene) Olofson of Jamestown, N.Y., Kathy, who passed in 2017 (Steve) Van Dyk of Middle Grove, N.Y., Kevin (Bonnie) Web-ster of Tiona, Pa., Kris Web-ster of Virginia Beach, Va., and Daniel (Brenda) Web-ster of Warren, Pa. Her fam-ily, including her much loved 10 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren cher-ish her memory and continue her legacy of love, laughter and generosity.

Family also dear to her are her sister, Shirley Towers of Randolph, N.Y.; and her brothers: Stan (Maureen) Engquist of Ken-nedy, N.Y.. and Leonard (Carole) Engquist of Fort Wayne, Ind.; and many nieces and nephews.

Making her home in War-ren, Pa., for the past 57 years, Nancy was employed by New Process Co. in the early 70s and later retired from United Refining after many years of dedicated ser-vice. She was involved in and encouraged her chil-dren’s interests and activi-ties, and she cultivated many precious friendships through-out her life.

Her loving family have both joy and sadness in her moving on, but also look for-ward to celebrating with her again in the golden streets of heaven. Her joys and treas-ure in life were her family, her countless friends and her church family where she was an integral part of the Pur-suaders Group and the Youth Group. She enjoyed helping in the church sub booth at the Warren County Fair for many years, singing in the choir and was a valued member of the Memorial Committee.

Nancy was a very talent-ed artist and contributor to the church Epistle Newsletter. As an auxiliary member, she enjoyed volunteering in the Window Box Cafe and Gift Shop in the Warren General Hospi-tal. Sharing her time and talents in many ways, her desire was to bless others.

Having spent a lifetime loving and serving, we know this Good and Faithful Ser-vant has been joyfully wel-comed home!

Friends and Family will be welcomed at the Covenant United Methodist Church, 1624 Pennsylvania Ave. E. Warren, PA 16365, on Saturday, Sept.19, 2020 from 11a.m. to noon, with a memorial service at noon.

CDC guidelines will be enforced, face masks and so-cial distancing are required.

Memorials may be made to Covenant United Metho-dist Church or to a charity of one’s choice.

E-mail condolences may be sent by visiting www. lewisfuneralhomeinc.com

The Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home, Inc. has been entrusted with funeral ar-rangements.