Cherel Lee Webster

Cherel Lee Webster, 60 of China Spring, Texas, passed away Sunday, January 5, 2020.

Celebration of Life:  6pm to 8pm, Monday, January 13, 2020 at West VFW 715 S, Reagan St, West TX 76691. We are asking anyone who is attending to please bring your favorite picture of you and my mom. A meal will be provided. Cherel requested to be cremated and spread with her sister Vanessa at Eichelberger Bridge, this will be done at a later time.

She was born October 26, 1959 in Dallas, Texas, to the late Leroy and Mattie Ruth Webster.

Cherel was preceded in death by her parents; brother-in-law, Don Walts; sister, Vanessa Hartig and husband John; sister, Esther Berry and husband, Paul.

She is survived by her son, Chris Chadwick and many sweet people that called her “mom”; sisters, Karen Walts, Wanda Scholder and husband, Voltor; brother David Webster and wife, Ruth; and her kitty cats that she loved.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Fuzzy Friends Rescue, 6321 Airport Road Waco, TX 76702.

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  1. Darlene Chadwick

    Our prayers are with you all! It was a blessing to have known & loved “Cheri”! Always, David & Darlene Chadwick

  2. You will be missed aunt cherel ????❤

  3. Teresa Rowe Martin

    I’m so sorry to hear about the passing of Cherel. My God please your family during your time of mourning! I’m an old childhood friend from Dallas.

  4. Darla Kimberling Hughey

    So sorry for your loss. I grew up with Cherel in Dallas, from grade school until they moved to Waco. She was such an up beat and happy person to be around and so funny. We just recently got back in touch through facebook. She will be missed for sure.

  5. I love u to the moon n back aunt tripp u mean the world to me. There was never a time n my life were u wasnt there for me u are and will always be my mother, best friend ,aunt. A part of me has left with u. I cant wait till we see each other again. Stacymaryjane

  6. Well Helen, it wasn’t your turn. Folks just keep jumping ahead of me. I love you,Sweetie and miss you. Remember the talks we had about Karma. You lucky lady.

  7. Laurie Sue Metcalf

    Love you Momma. I’ll see you in Heaven…

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