In Loving Memory of Jack Lee Webster

Jack Lee Webster

May 13, 1952 – June 10, 2023


Mr. Jack Lee Webster, a resident of Colorado Springs, Colorado, peacefully passed away at the age of 71. He was born on May 13, 1952, in Adrian, Michigan, to his beloved parents, Ralph Webster and Joyce McGee.

Growing up in Colorado Springs, Jack attended Coronado High School, where he formed lifelong friendships and cherished memories. After completing his education, Jack pursued a career in construction maintenance, where his skills and dedication were admired by colleagues and clients alike.

Jack was known for his infectious sense of humor and his love for joking around. His laughter and wit brightened the lives of those around him, leaving an indelible mark on everyone he met. He had a unique talent for lightening any mood and bringing smiles to the faces of his loved ones.

Jack leaves behind a legacy of love and laughter. He is survived by his four brothers, his sister, sister-in-laws, nieces, and nephews, who will fondly remember his warm presence in their lives. Although deeply saddened by his passing, they find comfort in knowing that Jack has joined his mother, Joyce McGee, his son Ben, and stepfather Larry McGee in eternal peace.

During this time of mourning, let us celebrate the life of Mr. Jack Lee Webster and the joy he brought to those fortunate enough to have known him. May his memories be a source of strength and comfort to all who loved him.

1 Comment

  1. Richard Jason Webster on June 22, 2023 at 4:26 pm

    Jack struggled through out his life with schizophrenia. I know that once in awhile he would become aware of the pain this disease was causing him in his life and how it effected his relationships causing him distress. One moment he could be very likeable and friendly and the next moment he could be angry, intolerant and abusive. It was very difficult to have a decent relationship with him.
    Yes, he was quick with a joke and a hard worker. Schizophrenia prevent him from enjoying his family, friends and coworkers. Also, his habitual smoking was part of his disease. That part is what caused him the most pain.
    It is so sad that he struggled with is mental health all his life, with never a promise of a good treatment and then have to struggle to stay alive for the past few months as COPD took his life.
    I truly hope his soul is at peace. He deserves that.