35 Railroad Street Plymouth OH 44865 1/23/2011 14:00:00
Plymouth OH 44865 1/24/2011 11:00:00
Nancy C. Webber, age 68, resident of rural Ontario, Ohio passed away on Wednesday evening, January 19, 2011 at her home. She was born on August 26, 1942 in Shelby, Ohio to the late Francis and Grace (Dickson) Miller and had been a Mansfield area resident the majority of her life. She was a 1960 graduate of Plymouth High School and attended the White Cross School of Nursing in Columbus. Mrs. Webber was a Registered Nurse having worked at the former People’s Hospital in Mansfield and retired in 2004 from Madison Vocational High School where she taught nursing skills for 30 years. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Mansfield and enjoyed gardening, music, sailing, fishing and foremost her grandchildren.
She is survived by her husband, John E. “Jack” Webber, whom she married on February 8, 1964; three children, Chris (Heidi) Webber of Mt. Vernon, Ohio; Kimberly (K.C.) Webber/Tebbutt of Taos, New Mexico; and Dave Webber of Eglin Air Force Base in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida; four grandchildren, David, Noah, June and Miles Webber; two sisters, Janet (Walter) Miller of Pullman, WA; and Diana (Janos) Enyedi of Mason Neck, VA.
Friends may call at the Secor Funeral Home in Plymouth, Ohio on Sunday January 23, 2011 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM The funeral service will be held on Monday at 11:00 AM at the First Presbyterian Chruch in Plymouth, Ohio, with Reverend Linda Kaufman officiating. Burial will follow in Greenlawn Cemetery in Plymouth, Ohio. Memorial contributions may be made to the Amyloidosis Foundation, Inc., 7151 N. Main St., Suite 2, Clarkston, MI 48346. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.secorfuneralhomes.com
The Riverside White Cross offers our sympathy over your loss.
Dear Chris and Family, the staff at Langson Energy would like to extend our warmest thoughts and prayers to you and your family during this difficult time.
Our thoughts are with you. Mike Cress from Madison High School (in the past)
Jack, Kim, David, and Chris. I’m so sorry about your loss. Nancy was a great friend and co-worker at Madison. When I think of Nancy I think of her tilting her head back, giving a hearty laugh and then saying…”oh, my!”
All who knew Nancy knew kindness. We had lots of great times together. I’m so glad I got to visit with her when at the Clinic.
You all know very well that to Nancy her family was #1. She sure loved her grandbabies and was always quick to share pictures and stories. We all enjoyed her sharing with us.
Mrs.Webber was my Senior DHO teacher at Madison, what a great and happy time.. I truly enjoyed my High School years and learned so much thanks to her.. She was a wonderful teacher and a fun lady.. I am sadden to here of her loss. I hope these well wish bring some thoughts of peace to your family at these tough times.. Thoughts and prayers from New Jersey.
Warmly, Billie Davis Boyd Newton New Jersey
Please accept my sincere condolences with regard to the passing of Nancy Webber. She was one of my
teaching colleagues at Madison. I remember her as being an excellent teacher and a wonderful person to work with. Again, please accept my expression of deepest sympathy to all of you.
The staff of the Eglin AFB 96 MDOS want to express their deepest sympathies to the Webber Family.
So very, very sorry to get this news about your wife and mother and friend especially at such a young age. Nancy was “an upper classman” to me as I graduated from RMH in 1964. Riverside graduated the finest profession nurses I’ve ever had the distinct pleasure to know and it should be with pride that Nancy be remembered. Our nurses were all good people who modeled their character and skills into every other role they assumed in life. May our good and gracious and loving God love you, give you peace and provide His comfort and strength now, especially, and forever. Charlene V. Barsky–RMH 1964
Please accept my condolences in the passing of Nancy. I was a RMH classmate of Nancy’s and remember her fondly. She was a great nurse as attested from the many condolences sent and I can remember many fun times spent with her during our schooling. May God give you peace and your memories comfort you. She will never be far from you.
Dear Jack, Chris, Kim, and David: Nancy was the dearest friend I have ever had and I will always miss her. She was truly an angel on earth – always caring and concerned for others. Even though we cannot be there with you, you will all be in our thoughts and prayers. Our sincere sympathy. Louise and Floyd
Jack, Chris, Kim, and David, I am so sorry to hear of Mrs. Nancy passing. I saw her as a strong, wonderful person with so much love to give to her children, grandchildren and daughter in-laws, she will truely be missed. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers and I pray God heals your hearts and stays close to your family in this time of need. Please know I love you all.
I am thinking about your family and sharing your sadness. While in Nursing together, we all shared such good times in the dorm. It’s just hard to believe, while raising family and working all those years, that suddenly life ends so quickly. May God comfort you with wonderful memories of family times.
Dear Jack and family,I am so sad to hear of Nancy’s passing. I was a classmate and friend from the RWC class of 1963. We had many good times together both at Riverside and driving back and forth to her home in rural Shelby. My home was in Willard. We shared many laughs and tears. It warms my heart to think of her. Please know that her spirit lives on in those of us who loved her. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
On behalf of the entire membership of the Riverside-White Cross School of Nursing Alumni Association, please accept our sincerest condolences on the passing of Nancy, who was a member of our class of 1963. She was a role model for our profession and will be greatly missed. We will honor Nancy with the lighting of a candle, followed by a moment of silence, at our annual Reunion Luncheon in May. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Heidi and Chris and Family,
Tom and I were so sorry to hear about Nancy. No doubt this is a terrible loss for your family. I pray God will comfort you at this time and you will find His grace sufficient.
Mrs. Webber was my senior nursing instructor at Madison High School. She was an amazing, incredibly smart lady. She always had a smile on her face and was always there to encourage us and help us grow. I also cared for her mother, Grace, before she passed away. I feel grateful to have known them both. God bless everyone in this time of sadness. My prayers are with the family and friends.
I am so sorry to hear of Nancy’s passing. I was a student of her’s at Madison and she was a wonderful person and teacher. I have carried with me through-out the years of everything she had taught me. My deepest condolences to her family.
With sincerest condolences to the family. Mrs. Webber was my senior DCHO instructor at Madison and truley a remarkable woman! She will be greatly missed for her contributions in shaping the future nurses of america.
Dear Jack and children,
Nancy was a joy–fun-loving, witty, and yet compassionate. Even though we had not been friends long, we enjoyed our friendship. We send to you our prayers and sympathy during this difficult time.
Words do not often convey our heartfelt sympathy or comfort. These words from Peter Marshall have always comforted me in times of grief:
Those we love are with the Lord,
and the Lord has promised to be with us.
If they are with Him, and He is with us…
they cannot be far away.
Take care and know that we care. Ray and Jane
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Mrs. Webber was my Sr DCHO teacher and we all loved her so much. She had such a sense of humor and we all had so much fun that year. I truly miss our high school times but as everyone, we must grow up and move on. I will always remember my Sr. year though and the wonderful teacher that I had. My deepest sincere apology to you all for your loss. May God bless and give you peace. Mrs Webber, we love you…See you again, on the other side.
Dear Webber Family,
Mrs.Webber was a wonderful person and teacher. I also was one of her students at Madison, in the class of 1979.She was caring both in our school life and our personal lives. She was a definite plus to the Madison staff. God Bless you all in your time of sorrow.
So sorry to hear of Nancy’s passing. Since I’m from Willard we spent many trips traveling from Riverside to home. Hope all of your good memories will help you thru this time. You are in my thoughts and prayers.