Sheila Webster

Sheila Webster, 59, of Wenona, died on Saturday, May 11,2013 at the Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury. Born in Salisbury, MD. on April 9, 1954, to Shirley Ann White and the Late Sonny Stanford White.

She was a homemaker, a Devoted Wife, Mother, and Nana. The Deal Island School was very important to her, She loved to play bingo, enjoyed nascar racing and she loved to read. In addition to her Mother she is survived by her husband Stephen C. Webster, of Wenona, two daughters, Kelly Hoffman and her husband Albert Hoffman Jr of Wenona, and Stacey Brenner and her husband Norman Brenner of Shelltown, four Granddaughters, Jordan, Morgan, Hailey, and Emily,  Also surviving  are her brother Jeff White and his wife Joyce of Wenona, a sister Sunny Anne White and her friend, Steve Reid of Princess Anne, Her beloved Niece Ava, A Special Cousin Tracey Martin, and Her Aunt Sylvia Anderson as well as several other nieces and nephews and family members.  She also leaves behind her Beloved Dog “Princess”.

A Memorial Service will be held at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Wenona, on Thursday, May 16th. at 2:00 PM. Friends may call from 1:00 to 2:00 PM. Rev. David Webster will officiate.  Contributions may be made to Deal Island Chance Lions Club, C/O Jack Willing 23496 Deal Island Road, Chance, Md. 21821

To leave condolences for the family, please visit www.hinmanfuneralhome.com.

7 comments to Sheila Webster

  • Al & Katie Nurmi

    Sheila will be missed by us, she was one of the first people to welcome us into this community. We enjoyed her independence, her love of family, and especially her love for Stevie, we have fond memories of partying with her and Stevie, dancing and cutting up. I especially remember her “wigs” and stuffed dogs on a leash. We will miss her. May God Bless Sheila and may God give Stevie the strength he’ll need for this difficult time.

  • Sonny B

    Stev and Family Please know you have my deepest thoughts and prayers. May you find comfort in your wonderful memories if Ms Sheila. She finished the race with courage and faith in Jesus. Love you guys Sonny B

  • Joey & Karen Pietroski

    Our thoughts and prayers are with all your family in this time of sorrow. Sheila will be missed by all. Take care.

  • John and Martha Mister

    We are so very sorry about your loss. We know it is not going to be easy to put one foot in front of the other to do the next thing needed to get through this time of sorrow. We will be praying for you all.

  • tyler keaser

    aunt sheila you will be missed……uncle stevie and family just hang in there….miss you aunt sheila

  • Alison Abbott

    Stevie, Kelly, and Stacey,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all and your family during this emotional and trying time. Sheila was a wonderful person to know. She will be missed by many. Just always remember that God will carry you trough this and that He is always listening and is always there for you!!!! Lots of love to you all!!!!!!!

  • Joni F

    Words themselves cannot fully express the sorrow that is felt over the loss of your dear Sheila. It is such a difficult thing to deal with. As time goes by,though, you will begin to realize that as you think of her smiles, her affection for family, her laughter, the pain has diminished a bit and you’ll find yourself smiling again. I didn’t know her personally but, having lost someone dear to me, I can empathize with the pain you have and continue to experience. What comfort such scriptures as John 5:28,29 brought me! You will read there about the promise Jesus gave of resurrecting our loved ones back to life. When he resurrected His friend Lazarus back to life, He showed his ability and desire to fulfill that promise. ( John 11:38-44 ) Can you just imagine the joy Lazarus’ sisters felt when they held him in their arms once again? This joy we too will feel in the very near future. Until that day comes, we have the promise that God will draw close to those whose hearts have been broken ( Psalms 34:18 ) I truly hope these few scriptures have helped lessen the pain you feel as they had mine.

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