Paul Loyd Webster

July 06, 1932 ‒ December 29, 2014

Fredericktown, Ohio

Paul Loyd “Webby” Webster, age 82, of Fredericktown, OH, passed away on Monday December 29, 2014 at the Riverside Methodist Hospital surrounded by his family. He was born on July 6, 1932 to the late James Glenn and Arnola (Hoovler) Webster in Fredericktown.

Paul graduated from Fredericktown High School. He retired from Fredericktown City Schools after 38 years as a school bus driver. One of his biggest joys was driving for 15 years for Lakefront Bus lines taking The Ohio State University marching band to their events. Paul was a lifetime farmer. He also enjoyed traveling with the Fredericktown Senior Activity Group. He was a card player and loved Euchre and Pinochle. He was also a member of the Dart Ball League at Grange in Ankenytown and was a lifetime member of AmVets. He was very proud of his Army service in the Korean War as a Generals Aide.

Paul is survived by his sons, Scott Smith, Glenn (Twana) Smith and Randy (Billie) Smith; grandchildren, Anthony (Melissa) Smith, Casey Smith and Joshua (Nicky) Smith; numerous great-grandchildren.; and several nieces and nephews.

Besides his parents, Paul is preceded in death by his wife, Margie Webster; sister, Louise Fessler and brother-in-law, Carl Fessler.

Calling hours will be held from 11 AM – 12 PM at the Snyder Funeral Homes; 33 E. College St. Fredericktown, on Friday January 2, 2014 with a funeral service starting at 12 PM, with Pastor Richard Prater officiating. Burial will take place in Amity Cemetery.

The family would like to make a special thanks to the Kobacker House Hospice team.

To view this obituary or leave the family a memory visit, www.snyderfuneralhomes.com.

The Snyder Funeral Homes in Fredericktown is honored to serve the family of Paul Loyd Webster.

 

  • To the family of Paul’s, so sorry for your loss. The good lord gave him the strength to keep going. He will certainly be missed. Many blessings and prayers.

  • So sorry for your loss..He was a great man .He will be missed .You are all in our prayers and thoughts Glenn sr,Glenn jr,Melody,Beth,Roy

  • So very sorry to hear of Webbie’s passing. Knew and loved him dearly. My mother, Gladys Woosley and her friend, Lloyd Payne will be so very sad hear this too. We will be keeping you all in our prayers. May God bless.

  • Scott and Family,
    Our prayers are with you. I only knew Paul briefly through Scott, as Scott helped us on our farm in Minnesota. But I do know that Scott loved and honored his father very much. Our Men’s prayer group will be praying for strength and peace in the days ahead. Blessed be the good memories of Paul.

    Bob Ehlers, the guys at Red River Marketing, and all the people at Barrett Farm Supply

  • We hold your family in our thoughts and prayers . He was much loved and will be missed by many.

  • SO SORRY TO HEAR OF WEBBIES PASSING….HE WAS A CLASS MATE AND A NEIGHBOR …… BEST ALWAYS WEBBIE…….

  • Our sincerest condolences go out to the family. My sisters and I have many fond memories of both Paul & Margie. I remember many fun times at the farm as a child. The family will be in my thoughts & prayers.

    With Love ~ Kristie (Smith) Overall

  • I am so sorry for your lost. Paul was a wonderful person,not only to me but to all he knew. He was a winderful father and grandpa to his children. Knowing him was very special to me. I got to go places with him on the LakeFront bus, that i never would have gotten to go. Hr made life a pleasure and enjoyed it so much. He will have a place in my heart forever. I love you all. God Bless the family. Linda Thomas- Kuenning

  • Webbie was a classmate of mine through 12 years in Fredericktown and was a really good person. He was a man of principle and did not hesitate to let you know where he stood.
    I saw him several years ago in the hospital in Columbus and quite frankly thought he was on the way out then but he had a fierce desire to live and I am sure he will be truly missed by many in the area.

    My condolences to his family.

    God Bless,

    Earl Bechtel

  • With deepest sympathy. Webbie was my favorite Freddie bus driver. What a kind man! He will be missed. You are in our thoughts and prayers.