Obituaries

Virginia M. Webber

Died: 2015-02-09
Resided in: Danvers, MA
Viewing type: Visitation
Viewing location: Middleton Facility,128 S. Main St.
Viewing date: 2015-02-12 4PM-7PM
Service type: FUNERAL MASS
Service date: 2015-02-13 12:30PM
Service location: ST. RICHARD PARISH
Burial type: BURIAL
Burial date: 2015-02-13
Cemetery: ANNUNCIATION
Contributions: SEE OBIT
Obituary:  

Virginia Marie (Lee) Webber, lifelong Danvers resident, passed away surrounded by her loved ones on February 9, 2015, at the home she was born in 91 years ago. Born on November 14, 1923, she was the daughter of the late Catherine (Mullane) and Theodore George Lee. “Ginny” was the beloved wife of the late John Trask Webber with whom she shared 59 years of marriage. Devoted mother of Catherine Niedel and her husband Richard of Longmeadow, Peter Webber, Judi Webber-Sidmore and David Webber all of Danvers, Sue Belmer of Fryeburg, ME, Sarah Moholland and her husband David of Danvers and Jean Dunfey and her husband Jim of Wilmington. Cherished grandmother of Kristin Marouchoc and husband John, Bradford Niedel and his wife Kristen, Ashley Clough and her husband David, Andrew Moholland and his fiancée Sarah Conway, Caraline Moholland, Erik and Kaylee Belmer, Kevin, Patrick and Brian Dunfey. Loving great-grandmother to Owen Trask Marouchoc and Jordyn Elizabeth Niedel. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews, whom she loved dearly. She was predeceased by her siblings and their spouses, Katherine and George Patton, Dorothy and Donald Smith, Mildred and Bill Glennon, Harriet and Rollins Putney and Gardner and Mary Lee. Ginny was a 1942 graduate of the Holten Richmond High School, Danvers. She worked in the banking industry in Boston prior to staying home to raise her seven children. She was loved and cherished by her family and friends. Ginny will always be remembered for her kind heart and compassion toward others. She had an incredible sense of style and a love of family that will be greatly missed. Ginny enjoyed spending time at her home on Moose Pond in Denmark, ME. She was a long-time member of the Danvers Garden Club, Danvers Historical Society and the Mr. and Mrs. Club of Danvers. Throughout her life, Ginny was a devoted parishioner of both St. Richard’s and St. Mary of the Annunciation churches in Danvers. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Danvers Garden Club. PO BOX 167 Danvers MA 01923





Visitation Thursday in our Middleton Facility: 128 S. Main St., Rt114 from 4pm-7pm.

Funeral Mass Friday in St. Richard's Church, Forest St. Danvers at 12:30pm.

Burial at Annunciation Cemetery, Hobart St. Danvers.

Online expressions of sympathy:

Virginia was a lovely, gracious woman who until only recently was still an active member of the Danvers Garden Club. Her generosity in life is now continued with her passing with donations to the Club which only accentuate her dedication to her love of Danvers, civic responsibilities and just the beautification of life in general. On behalf of the Danvers Garden Club, please accept our most sincere condolences. Jacquie Cavanagh/President Danvers Garden Club
We send sincere condolences and prayers to Ginny's family. She was a wonderful mom. She will be remembered for her kindness and her strong faith. With love and sympathy, Carm & Steve
Sending love and support to you and your family, Kate. Your Mom was a beautiful person in every way. Jane and Mark Sherman
Dear Family, I always looked up to Ginny as she was a lovely, elegant,kind, and gracious lady.I told her one day that when I grow up, I wanted to be just like her. She blushed! That was Ginny,always so humble. I will forever remember her lovely smiling face. I'am sure she is most happy at last to be with her darling John. Please accept my deepest sympathies. Christine Morse (Garden Club member and friend.)
We are so sorry for your loss of this most beautiful and gracious lady..our thoughts and prayers are with your entire family, Love, Wendy & Bob Harris
Dear Kate, Peter, Judy, David, Susan, Sarah, and Jean, I am so sorry to read of Virginia's death.She was always so gracious and kind. I remember all the good times we had with your whole family when growing up. All of you will be in my thoughts and prayers suring this time. Sister Mary Ryan, S.P. Indiana
Dear Kate & family: I am so sorry for your loss. I remember a time in Maine, oh so long ago. Sending love & sympathy. Marcy Finn
Sending our deepest condolences to the entire family with love and prayers. Carol, David, Justin and Christopher Chaffee
So sorry for your loss. I wish I had met her. Ann Devereux & Joe Wist
Mrs.Webber A beautiful person with so much love That will never be forgotten. Our Thoughts and prayers to Judy and family. Love Valerie + Rainer
Sue I am so sorry for your loss. What a beautiful tribute to her. I am so happy and honored to have seen that. Will look forward to seeing you soon. We're moving to Conway early March so I can't wait to see you and give you a big hug. Sending you our love & hugs Janine & Bob Lapete
Sending our thoughts and prayers to you all.. May your faith and happiest memories carry you through.. So very sorry for your loss Leo & Gail Richards
She leaves a wonderful family legacy. Thinking of you. Susan Shepherd & David Morse
Kate, Rich, Brad & and Ish, I am so sorry about your loss. I have such sweet memories of her through the years. Rob and I send our love and condolences. Love, Andrea & Rob Cassidy
To Kate and Rich We send our thoughts and prayers to you on reading of the loss of your mother. The photo album is such a beautiful testimony of her love of you and family. You were blessed. With sympathy Peggy and Jim Scully

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