Spring Branch – James Henry “Jimmy” Webster, 69, passed away September 4, 2021 at his home in Spring Branch, TX. Jimmy was born in Alice, TX to Robert Henry Webster and Betty Bernice (Raymond) Webster.
Jimmy was preceded in death by his father Robert H. Webster. He is survived by his mother, Betty Bernice Webster, his wife of 42 years, Nita (Walker) Webster; three children, Brandy Hariman, Brad Webster and wife Charity, and Brent Webster and wife Nina; his sister, Cindy Prochazka and husband Henry; six grandchildren, Reed, Trace, Garrett, Colton, Lindsey, and Leni; and five great grandchildren, Carolina, Isabella, Kendall, Reagan, and Wessen. He is also survived by other loving relatives and many dear friends.
He proudly served our great country in the United States Army.
After the Army he spent his entire employment in the oil and gas industry. He ran the gamut and performed all manner of occupations from driving trucks, oil field sales, and ran a trucking company.
Throughout his life Jimmy had many interests and hobbies. He was an avid fisherman, proud Harley Davidson owner and rider, and loved to travel, especially in an RV and via his multiple Harleys. He was a fan of classic rock, particularly the Beatles. He enjoyed a cold craft beer with family and friends. He was a Dallas Cowboys fan, more so when they were winning. He was also known for his sense of humor and his ability to be excessively orderly and fussy (anal-retentive).
On Saturday September 11, 2021, beginning at 1:00 PM, a public viewing will be held followed by a celebration of Jimmy’s life beginning at 2:00 PM. The location will be Crofts – Crow Chapel in Blanco, TX, 911 Mesquite, Blanco, TX 78606.
In lieu of flowers the family asks that you drink a beer in memory of Jimmy.