Frank (Alfred Fraser) Webster

On July 9, 2019, Frank (Alfred Fraser) Webster of Edmonton passed away at the age of 88 years.
He is survived by his loving wife, Patricia; two sons, Kenneth (Kathy) and Douglas (Jane), and one daughter, Linda (Evangelos) Michelakis; five grandchildren, Luke, Zachary, Chelsey, Leah and Austin; and six great-grandchildren.

A private family service will be held.

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Geoff Allam

Dear Mrs. Webster, Ken, Doug and Linda.
Susan notified me about the passing of Mr. Webster. I am so sorry to hear the news. My condolences to all of you. I have fond memories of the times I spent with you in Wetaskewin many years ago and of the outings he organized for us as young kids in the church . He was a good role model and will be missed.

Hubert & Roselene Danyluk

Dear Pat and Family ,,, may loving memories ease your loss and bring you comfort … our deepest sympathy to all the family … Hubert & Roselene Danyluk

Brian Hawrelak

Dear Ken, Doug, & families
I sure enjoyed knowing your Dad – he was a friendly, kind, and humble man – just what God wants us to be. Our condolences.
Brian & Elaine Hawrelak

Nan Morrison

Dear Patricia. My Deepest Sympathy to you in the passing of Frank. I have just driven home again, from Bonnie Doon, passed your neatly finished home, and again, realized I wanted to drop you a note. I’m glad we made contact after so many years as I remember Fraser as a young boy at his Webster Grandparents lake home., and of course I remember his parents and Gainor. I have fond memories of things you told me he has done: Renovated your home, and made it very neat, got up early to satisfy bed ridden patients their craving for as smoke, (even though he didn’t smoke), and along with another volunteer roamed our back lanes to help keep our homes safe from vandalism. I spoke to Frank after you moved to your new condo and he seemed very happy to get your meals prepared for both of you.. I trust you are keeping well. We all face death sometime. It is never the right time, My Very Deepest Sympathy to you. Sincerely,
Nan Morrison. (Argyll). .

Fran mclaren

Sending loving thoughts your way, as I remember so many wonderful times with you.

Joe and Lynne Broschak

Dear Pat and and family; We are so sorry to hear of your loss. May God comfort you at this sad time and give you peace.
Frank will be remembered as a kind man and always ready with a smile.
Our prayers and love are with you all.

John Wright

The residents of the fifth floor at the Ashbourne Place for assisted living wish to express their appreciation of Frank and Pat over the past year as table companions with whom we enjoyed our table conversations.

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