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Dennis Ovid Webster
Wednesday, November 13, 2013 • Posted November 15, 2013

Dennis Ovid Webster, Blanco, Texas went to be with his Lord and Savior on November 6, 2013. Dennis was taken from this world in a jobsite accident. Dennis was born on October 14, 1948 in Jetmore, Kansas. He is preceded in death by his parents, Wilma (Abbott) Babcock and Ovid Webster.

He is survived by his wife Loretta of Blanco, Tx, Daughters; Cindy King and husband Tim of Salina Kansas, Sandy Cameron and husband Rodney of Osborne Kansas, Carla Foth of Blanco Tx, Julie Timmons and husband Bobby of Johnson City Tx, sons; Dale Webster and wife Jo of Blanco Tx, Danny Webster and wife Shannon of Blanco Tx. Granddaughters; Amy King and husband Shaun Bruce of Salina Kansas, Jennifer Webster of Blanco Tx, Mackenzie Foth of Blanco Tx, Stacy Timmons of Johnson City, Tx, Grandsons; Jeremy Cameron and wife Victoria of Osborne Kansas, Jamey Cameron and wife Erin of Osborne Kansas, Tanner King of Salina Kansas, Tim Webster, Dennis Webster and wife Roxanne, Kailen Webster, Kaileb Webster, Brandon Foth all of Blanco Tx, Bobby Timmons Johnson City Tx, Don Thompson of Johnson City, Tx, Great Grandsons; Hunter and Kyler King of Salina Kansas, Ash Cameron of Osborne Kansas, Jeremiah Webster , Paul Webster both of Blanco, Tx, Great Granddaughters; Riley and Jordan Cameron of Osborne Kansas, Bailey Bruce of Salina Kansas and Nancy Webster of Kansas, Sister Donna Corey and husband Verle of Colorado, Brother Jesse Babcock of Kansas and many nieces and nephews, and extended family and friends.

Service will be held at the First Baptist Church, Saturday, November 9, 2013 at 10:00 AM, with concluding services held in Jetmore Kansas at a later date. Dennis will be laid to rest beside his Mother in the Jetmore cemetery.

The family request donations be made to the Blanco Youth Football League, P. O. Box 1461, Blanco, Tx 78606.

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