James A. Webster Sr.

Thank you all for your continued prayers and love shared with my family and I this week. Jim made his trip on Tuesday to be with our Heavenly Father. We will miss him here on earth but know he is healed and watching over us. Here are the details for his Celebration of Life and our family.

James Allen Webster, 78, of Mims Florida passed away on Tuesday, September 12, 2023 in Sanford, Florida.

Celebration of Life services will be held at 11:00am, Saturday September 30th 2023 at First Baptist Church Mims.

Jim was born in Finleyville, Pennsylvania to Harold and Mary Webster on March 5, 1945. He went to Peters Township High School. He and Charlotte married on June 16, 1966. He worked as a machinist with his dad in Pennsylvania, and when Jim and Charlotte moved to Florida in 1978 he worked for Disney as a machinist. Jim and Charlotte started their business “The Sign Man” in 1986 and have been running that together since then with their son Doug. He was a Deacon at First Baptist Church of Mims and supported many missions.

Jim is preceded in death by his parents.

Jim is survived by his beloved wife of 57 years Charlotte Webster; his children – Jim (Pam) Webster, Jr. of Washington, DC; Douglas (Terrie) Webster of Deltona, FL; Amanda (Rob) Isaacs of Lady Lake, FL. His siblings – Barb Morgan of New Eagle, PA; Calvin (Elaine) Webster of Monongahela, PA; Jeffrey (Mary) Webster of Racoon Township PA; David (Carolyn) Webster of Venetia, PA. His grandchildren – Jordan Webster of Deltona, FL; Andrew Webster of Leesburg, FL; Savannah Isaacs of Ocala, FL; Daniel Webster of Oviedo, FL; Kaylee Isaacs of Portland, OR. His great-grandchild – Ryleigh Webster.

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