Glenn Curtis Webster, 86, passed away in his Temple home Monday, June7, 2021. Funeral Mass of Christian Burial is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 16, at Saint Mary Catholic Church in Temple, with Rev. Ranjan Cletus as celebrant. Burial will follow at Bellwood Memorial Park in Temple. Visitation is set for 5-7 pm Tuesday, June 15 at Harper Talasek Funeral Home, with rosary beginning at 6 pm.
Glenn was born in Temple to William Dean and Jewel Evel (McCasland) Webster on February 9, 1935. He married Nelia (“Nellie”) Barayoga Cabiad March 19, 1954, in Temple. He was retired after 48 years at Webster Radio & TV, 35 years with Webster School of Music, 23 years at Temple Junior College, 8 years at Bandas Industries, and 8 years in the Texas Army National Guard. He provided music at St. Mary’s 11:00 Mass for over 50 years and was a member of the Temple Gun Club since its inception. Some pastimes he enjoyed included music and guitars, clock repair, real and model trains, target shooting, building and flying model airplanes, archery, carpentry, working puzzles, and spending time with his family.
Glenn is preceded in death by his parents, sister Dixie Ruth Cox, and brother William Dean Webster, Jr., all of Temple,
Survivors include his loving wife Nellie, sister Jewel Sanford of Austin, and three children and their families: daughter Nelia (“Beth”) Dragoo of Troy; son Glenn Webster, Jr. and wife Jannette’Michele Webster of Temple; and daughter Loretta Atkins and husband Paul Atkins of Temple; grandchildren Cari Kemp and husband Joshua Kemp of Joshua; Marie Jeske of Troy; Michelle Kozeny and husband William Kozeny III of Belton; Rachael Dragoo of Troy; Tabitha Webster of Temple; Christa Webster of Temple; Marshal Webster of Kansas City, Missouri; Heather Hroch and husband Chester Hroch, Jr. of Temple; Cathy (“Cat”) Witt and husband Corey Witt of Crawford; and fourteen great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers are slated to be Joshua Kemp of Joshua, William Kozeny III of Belton, Corey Witt of Crawford, Chester Hroch of Temple, Pedro Stevenson of San Antonio, and John Linden of Denton.
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