April 6, 1957 - September 29, 2018
VERA ANN WEBSTER entered this world on April 6, 1957 at 1:35pm at Florence Nightingale Hospital Dallas, Texas. Her parents were Esther Connie Triolo Hart and John Brinton Hart.
She passed away at 12:40am on September 29, 2018 at William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital/UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas at 61 years of age.
Vera grew up in the Pleasant Grove area of Dallas and graduated from Samuel High School. She grew up with siblings: John Benton Hart, Ella Maria Denett, Camille E. Crawson, Esther F. Roth, and Mary Jane Marshall. She worked for Zale Corporation Jewelers for over 44 years in various positions—her last position was Telecommunications Coordinator in the Zale/Signet IT department. She loved her job but was looking forward to her retirement years. She lived in Grand Prairie as a young adult but moved to Coppell Texas in 2002 to be closer to work and family/friends.
One of the proudest moments in her life was when she gave birth to her only son, Justin De Vaux Webster on April 22, 1981. She loved her Dallas Cowboys through the best of times and even during the most dismal years would not give up her hope for their success. She was an avid collector of “Precious Moments” figurines and so looked forward to fine barbeque and delectable Italian food.
She was preceded in death by her mother Esther C. Hart in 2000 and father John B. Hart in 2002.
She is survived by son Justin De Vaux Webster, siblings John B. Hart, Ella M. Denett, Camille E. Crawson, Esther F. Roth, Mary Jane Marshall, 2 grandchildren, 3 nieces, 7 nephews, and 16 great nieces and nephews. Lifelong friends include but were not limited to Carol Lesueur, Susan Draper, Reba Bausley, Pat Villarreal, Sylvia Cutler, Linda Pate, and Marcy Stewart. During her final years she was especially close to Heather and Michael Garner, Austin, Grant, and Sydney Garner, Jackie Martin, Mary Jane Marshall and her grandkids Angelo and Anna Bella.
A celebration and memory of her life will be held at Aria Cremation and Funeral Home at 2pm on Friday October 5, 2018—19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252—214-306-6700. Her final wishes were for her remains to be cremated.
She will be missed and fondly remembered for her kind ways that could be tempered with a feisty and spirited attitude. She was not shy and would willingly give her frank and honest opinion whether you liked it or not. I hope the Lord is prepared to receive her soul and spirit into his kingdom since she can at times be a handful. Vera, you will always be in our hearts, prayers, and thoughts.
Arrangements are under the direction of
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252