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William Webster '12 October 11, 2023 3:46 PM updated: October 11, 2023 3:56 PM

William Aaron George Webster 
November 22, 1989 - August 16, 2023 

William Aaron George Webster was born in Houston, Texas on November 22, 1989, to Darryl Webster and Kelly Williams.

William graduated from the High School for Engineering Professions. He furthered his education at Texas A&M University where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in 2012. This was his pride and joy. He loved the Texas A&M Aggies all the way gig'em.

Shortly after graduating William was offered a position with The Texas Department of Agriculture but was unable to accept it due to a decline in health, caused by Ataxia.

Instead, William accepted a position at Goodwill Industries which he faithfully performed for seven years receiving a perfect attendance award after the first five years.

William was baptized during his senior year of high school under the leadership of the late Dr. Gusta Booker where he began his walk of service. William was a part of the Great Debaters, GSM Drill team, and he worked with his father as an audio technician in the GSM Media Ministry. There he served faithfully until his health would not allow him to do so anymore.

Waiting to welcome William as he stepped into eternity was his mother, Kelly Williams, twin sisters Tailor and Tieler Webster: Grandmothers Shirley Webster, Mable Williams.

Celebrating his life on earth are his parents Darryl & Karole Webster; Brothers Nicholas Williams, and Jonathan (Gessica) Brown; Sisters Tahaka Lundy, Taylor (Decedric) Leno; Aunts Katherine (Gary) Droemer, Roslyn Reed, Donna Bolden, Cathy Ozan, Sondra (Gohn) Merenu; Godparents Mark Richmond and Tiara Colomb.

I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. 2 Timothy 4:7


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