Willie Webster
July 18, 1941 - December 28, 2020
Thompson, Hall and Jordan Funeral Home
Blaine Baird
Paulette Collins
Janee Webster
Gloria Wallace
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Thompson, Hall & Jordan Funeral Home
11400 Winton Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
513-742-3600 | Map
Friday 1/8, 10:00 am
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Thompson, Hall & Jordan Funeral Home
11400 Winton Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
513-742-3600 | Map
Friday 1/8, 11:00 am
Cemetery
Walnut Hills Cemetery
3117 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45206

Willie Webster Jr, better known by family as “June,” was born on July 18, 1941 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was the son of the late Willie B. Webster Sr. and Elizabeth Cook Webster. At the age of 4, Willie’s mother passed away and Willie was raised by the late Eddie Mae Webster, Willie Sr.’s second…

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Annlyles left a message on May 12, 2021:
Willie, My heart is hurting, because I didn't get to say good by. You were my good friend, and i miss you so very much! I know you're in heaven, because you were a good and heavenly man. R I P my friend. I'll see you again. Carolyn
Valerie Hearing left a message on February 14, 2021:
To the Webster family my prayer and condolences goes out to you. Mr. Webster's son Geoffrey is a great friend to me. He talked about his father with much prided and honor. I know Mr. Webster was a good person because of how his son's character. As I read the obituary I saw his reflection through his son. May the Lord continually be with the family.
Geoffrey Webster left a message on February 6, 2021:
Tracie and Carolyn, Thanks for sharing your thoughts and feelings! He was definitely a bright man. And where is my slice of pie (smile)?!?!
Isabell Strong left a message on January 18, 2021:
Willie, It was truly a pleasure knowing you! You did so much for so many people. You will be missed. Bell
Geoffrey Webster left a message on January 16, 2021:
Thanks for the support Paulette and family!
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Geoffrey Webster left a message on January 16, 2021:
Daddy, You got me my first tennis racquet and helped me develop into being good player. We got a lot of exercise from this sport! Missing you, Geoffrey
Blaine Baird left a message on January 16, 2021:
Uncle Willie, I greatly miss you! You did so much for me and my family. Because of you, I always had a back up ride to work, help with getting a few groceries, and assistance with homework. Thanks you so much! Your play niece Blaine
Paulette Collins left a message on January 15, 2021:
Sending prayers & sincere heartfelt condolences to the entire Webster family, Willie will be missed but never forgotten by the Collins - Steagall family :pray::heart:
James left a message on January 13, 2021:
Willie, We all have to smile more to enjoy life. Thanks for making us all laugh and smile! James
Beverly Clark left a message on January 10, 2021:
Willie, I love you! Your cousin Beverly
Janee Webster left a message on January 10, 2021:
Dad I will miss you. Love you more.
LaTia Webster left a message on January 9, 2021:
Uncle June will be miss dearly. Anytime I came over, he always loved to hear about my african dance performance and where I was going next. I will truly miss those birthday cakes! While you are no longer physically with us, your spirit is still felt. We love you!
Geoffrey Webster left a message on January 8, 2021:
Thanks for the wonderful memory!
Thompson, Hall & Jordan Funeral Home left a message on January 8, 2021:
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Grace Way left a message on January 8, 2021:
Willie that's what I called him.he was a dear friend,he always bake me a cake at christmas for my birthday also.he also was the man who did my taxes,I bet he would crack up after I left because he would scare me half to death making me think I would owe the government ,but I would would get a refund instead.he would always help me during election time and made sure I voted for the right candidates, we would talk about everything about our childhood,and be cracking up saying those were the good old days, I will miss you Willie Webster,rest in peace my friend:pray::pray::pray::wave:
Dionni Thompson left a message on January 8, 2021:
To Janee', Alon and the entire family, you all are in my prayers. I never met Mr. Webster, but Janee' you shared so many wonderful stories about him I can tell he was loved and that he loved you all. May God give you all peace, comfort and strength. From Dionni
Jim Bowie left a message on January 8, 2021:
While I did not know Mr. Webster directly, I do work with his son, Geoffrey. Willie must have been an incredible man to raise and guide Geoffrey, helping him to become the dependable and amazing individual he is. Our prayers are being offered for the Webster family, prayers to curb their sorrow after this loss, and prayers of thanks for his life.
MICHELE DAVIS left a message on January 8, 2021:
JANEE ,ALON AND EXTENDED FAMILY, FROM READING ALL THE POSTS OF MR.WEBSTER HE WAS A KIND,LOVING AND GIVING GENTLEMAN. MAY HIS LEGACY LIVE ON IN EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU. PEACE BE STILL MICHELE DAVIS CLEVELAND HTS.OHIO
Geoffrey Webster left a message on January 7, 2021:
Brynda Cunningham and family, thank you for the kind memories of my father! Also, many thanks for all you did for him!
Maiya Webster left a message on January 7, 2021:
My Grandpa will be dearly missed by all the lives he has raised, changed and uplifted. I enjoyed all the phone calls I had with him during my first two years in college. He asked how things were, what my dorm was like, the people and always reminded me to keep going and "stay in your books". I will miss those calls but will remember them along with all the lovely memories you all have shared! Much Love, Maiya Webster
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Malik Webster left a message on January 7, 2021:
Grandpa :heart:
Charmaine left a message on January 7, 2021:
Thank you for sharing this Ms. Brynda. Thank you for all the love your showed my grandpa
Pam Long left a message on January 7, 2021:
Hello Geoffrey, Your Dad was a truly dear friend of mine for 43 yrs. He will be greatly missed...Take care and God Bless!
Thompson Hall Jordan Funeral Home left a message on January 7, 2021:
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Charmaine left a message on January 7, 2021:
This was beautiful Aunt Janet. Thanks for sharing.
Charmaine left a message on January 7, 2021:
Love you so much Cousin Jackie. Thank you for sharing!
Charmaine left a message on January 7, 2021:
Ashley. Thank you so much for sharing this. You used to have me rolling with this. Grateful to hear about my Grandpa’s encouraging words to you.
Charmaine left a message on January 7, 2021:
My grandpa with his baby Alon
Charmaine left a message on January 7, 2021:
:two_hearts::two_hearts::two_hearts:
Deborah Webster left a message on January 7, 2021:
The cycle of life is you're born, you pay taxes then you transition. Regardless of the cycle you're never ready for the final one. June is what we called him, sometimes he would call himself "Bid Daddy" with that sneaky laugh lol. I remember our mom telling me that June use to spit in his cream soda because he didn't want his siblings drinking his pop. I don't know because I was younger and we did have a big family. I'm just glad that I was to young to go in the fridge by myself. LOL June you will always and forever be in my heart. I love you and I will miss you dearly.
Carolyn Weaver left a message on January 7, 2021:
Mr. Willie Webster, was a very quiet person the first time I meet him. We talk about baking cakes and my sweet potato pie . He request me to bake him sweet potato one year . Mr . Webster said , “ that was the best “. He will be missed.
Brynda Cunningham left a message on January 6, 2021:
My family would like to extend our prayers, love and condolences to Mr. Webster's family. We've known Mr. Webster and his family since the 70's. My family grew up in Bond Hill. I remember my mom and dad always calling Mr. Webster, Willie Webster, they would say his full name. I'm smiling now thinking of my parents saying his full name. We cherished Mr. Webster. He was also so kind, cracked jokes and was full of life! This is very sad and hurts to know Mr. Webster has gained his wings to God's Glory! I have great memories of Mr. Webster. My siblings and I thought of Mr. Webster as an Uncle. I would visit Mr. Webster at his home in Bond Hill and in the nursing homes and take him lunch. He loved Captain D's fish meal and Frisch's vegetable soup and sandwich. I would call Mr. Webster to see how he was doing and would say, "Mr. Webster I'm coming over on pay day, what would you like for lunch or dinner?" Mr. Webster would laugh and say "Okay Brynda". I would kiss him on his head when I saw him. It was always good to see Mr. Webster. He loved his family and friends. He loved to talk about Geoffrrey, Janay and his grandkids. He was so excited when I mentioned that I worked with Charmaine when she interned at P&G. He was so proud of his children and grandkids. Mr. Webster and I spoke after Thanksgiving and we talked about his baking for years and how Charmaine baked so many beautiful pies for Thanksgiving. He was proud. Mr. Webster would always make me his delicious and famous pound cake for Christmas and my birthday. I would eat practically the whole cake by myself. I asked him to just make them for my birthday because they were so addictive and delicious! He would make his cakes for my family also. We looked forward to the holiday season for his cakes. He would spend hours baking for his oved ones. He would tell me I'm making cakes for Janay because she has orders in Dayton. His baking was a passion of his along with the love of his family. God blessed my family with Mr. Webster! His spirit was loving, caring and generous! My family and I miss Mr. Webster dearly. He was our uncle and we now have another loved one in heaven watching over us along with our parents. Webster family, please accept our condolences, prayers and love. Your father, grandpa and brother will be missed by the Cunningham family. We love you, Brynda Cunningham and family.
Janet Jackson left a message on January 6, 2021:
My big brother, June. I never thanked you for my first job. Babysitting Geoffrey as he sucked his thumb while pulling my ear or my hair, lol. I think he liked keeping me busy, working in his yard and cutting his grass. Why did he get an electric lawnmower? Well guess what I did, yes ran over the cord. Even after that, he didn't stop picking me up. As a teenager, he got me a job at H&R Block as a receptionist. It wasn't as easy as it looked. June you will be missed with your distinct laugh. I will miss how much you could keep a conversation going because Lord knows you can talk, lol. Rest now no more pain, your sister Janet. Love you
Jacqueline Covington left a message on January 6, 2021:
My first memory of Willie Webster, Jr. came as teenagers with the surprise and joy we felt in learning that our mothers were sisters from Biloxi-MS. They both had lived and died in Cincinnati-OH in the mid-1940’s of tuberculous. Secondly, I’ll always remember how excited he became whenever he won a game of Bid Whist; while, playing against me and any other partner. And thirdly, “Oh! How I’m going to miss the ‘perfectly’ baked pound cakes that Willie baked for my birthday (July 17) - year-after-year.” Willie was my closest and a very special 1st cousin. I will truly miss him. Jacqueline Covington, 1st Cousin
Geoffrey Webster left a message on January 6, 2021:
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Gloria Wallace left a message on January 6, 2021:
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Gloria Wallace left a message on January 6, 2021:
Geoffrey it is with great sadness to hear of the passing of your father. Vanessa always spoke highly of him.
Vanessa Avery left a message on January 6, 2021:
I have fond memories of Mr. Willie Webster. He was my buddy. He was my tax man. He would always remember my birthdays with a beautiful card and homemade favorable cakes. I could depend on him to place Christmas orders of cashews and turtle candies. I am going to miss our long talks. Mr. Willie Webster placed a footprint of appreciation of life in me. Love Vanessa Avery
Thompson Hall Jordan Funeral Home left a message on January 6, 2021:
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Geoffrey Webster left a message on January 6, 2021:
Thank you for the amazing short testimony Ashley!
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Geoffrey Webster left a message on January 6, 2021:
Thank you for the nice thoughts and great picture!
Geoffrey Webster left a message on January 6, 2021:
Marc (& Anita), Your visits with my father and acts of kindness towards my father while he was at GP were invaluable to him. Thank You!
Ashley Way left a message on January 5, 2021:
Aww:cry: Mr.Webster I can’t believe you’re gone I’m thankful for you doing my taxes and was always happy to get you a fish sandwich and large vegetable soup in return for your services. I always looked forward to your childlike sense of humor when it came to doing my taxes, remembering you enjoying scaring the crap out of me doing my taxes with all your uhhh ooo’s and let me see what I can do’s keeping me on edge for a whole week just to bless me with my max. Always very welcoming calling me your WOOKA you even told me last time you did my taxes that I turned out alright and you were proud and keep taking care of my baby. I thanked you then but i feel the need to thank you again so Thank you for that you will be truly missed. RIH:dove_of_peace::blue_heart:your WOOKA :kissing_heart:
juanita crosswhite left a message on January 5, 2021:
Geofrey and Janae, I am so sorry for your loss. I will miss Willie. I will especially miss his sense of humor and honesty. I will also miss his delicious homemade cakes. I love you cousins and I will continue to pray for you. Juanita
Ferguson left a message on January 5, 2021:
We are saddened by your loss cousins. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this time. Marc & Anita Ferguson
Geoffrey Webster left a message on January 5, 2021:
Daddy, You have a very large heart that all did not get a chance to know. Thanks for sharing it with me! You will be missed for more than I can document in this short note. Your Son, Geoffrey
geraldine johnson left a message on January 5, 2021:
I’am praying for you Janee , Geoffrey’ and the Family . I didn’t know your Dad but I’m sure he was a caring husband father and friend :pray::skin-tone-5::rose: your cousin Geraldine Johnson
Bobbie Turner left a message on January 3, 2021:
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Benita Parker left a message on January 3, 2021:
Geoffrey, we are sending sincere healing prayers and comforting hugs at this time of sorrow. Please take comfort in knowing that you were there for your father during the time he needed you most. Remember that God is there to comfort and strengthen you always. Love, the Parkers (Greg & Benita)
Tracie Turner left a message on January 3, 2021:
Mr. Webster was one of the wisest persons I’ve ever met. He had a great talent for telling stories with side splitting humor along with providing historical & realistic content. Mr. Webster was promoted to a managerial position managing his former coworkers who were mostly white. One would have to have specific skills to effectively manage his department that person was Mr. Webster.
Geoffrey Webster left a message on January 3, 2021:
Daddy, You have a very large heart that all did not get a chance to know. Thanks for sharing it with me! You will be missed for more than I can document in this short note. Your Son, Geoffrey
Thompson, Hall & Jordan Funeral Home left a message on January 3, 2021:
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