Billie Joe Webster

Billie Joe Webster


Billie Joe Webster, 60, of Vian, OK went to be with his Lord on Saturday, Nov. 14th 2020 in Roland, OK. Born July 26, 1960 in Eureka, KS, he was the son of William L. Webster and Betty (Cook) Webster. He graduated from Bluestem High School in Leon, KS in 1978 and graduated from Kansas State University in 2009. He married Margene Wheeler in October of 1979. To this union two children, Brity and Luke, were born. The couple later divorced.Billie worked for Boeing as a maintenance mechanic for 20+ years. In his free time he enjoyed hunting, fishing and especially spending time with family and friends. He was always the life of the party and loved to make people laugh.Billie was preceded in death by his mother, Betty L. Webster. He is survived by his father, William L. Webster; his brothers, Jerry Lewis, John Webster, David Webster, and Richard Webster; his children Brity (Joel) Punzal and Luke (Jennifer) Webster; and his nine grandchildren, Caitlyn, Madilyn, Benjamin, Kaden, Addisyn, Caleb, Makali’i, Lawakua, and ‘lolana.A viewing service will be held Thursday, Nov. 19th at Forever Memories Funeral Services in Sallisaw, OK from 4-6pm. A graveside service will be held Friday, Nov. 20th at 2pm at Grace Lawn Cemetery in Howard, KS.


10 Responses

  1. We only knew Bill a short time but thankful we made his acquaintance! Joe thought he was a really nice guy! May the Lord Jesus comfort you all and may you treasure your good memories!

  2. My prayers are with you all. May God bless and comfort the family. Billie was a good guy and very entertaining…. John if you need anything, just holler brother… I’m on fb..

  3. Rest in Peace. My thoughts and prayers are with all his family during this difficult time.

  4. Rest In Peace Billie. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family; may God be with and comfort all of you.

  5. Hebb Rodeo Company of Howard, KS enjoyed many years of Billie attending our Rodeos. We will always remember how well he took it when I accidentally entered him in the Ladies Barrel Race instead of the Tie-down Calf Roping! Rest in Peace Bille.

  6. My dearest cousin. Your presence will be with me always. Till we meet again. Donadagohvi!

  7. We are very saddened to hear of billy’s passing. He was a dear friend and always enjoyed having him around. May the Lord give you strength to get through this difficult time

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