Feb. 4, 1966 -
June 25, 2009
Jodi Lee Webster,
43, (nee Playter) of Eagle went to heaven Thursday, June 25, 2009. Her
daughters, husband and family were with her at home holding her hand as
she peacefully made the journey.
An inspiration to
everyone and always with a smile, Jodi was the best Mom to her two
beautiful daughters, Amberlee and Alyssa. Jodi loved spending time with
her husband and best friend, Craig. Each and every day, the Webster
familyís love for each other grew stronger and deeper.
Jodi is also loved
by her mother, Joyce Playter of Waukesha, brothers, Jaye (Margie) and
Jeffery of Waukesha, and other family and many friends. She was greeted
into heaven by her Dad, Jim.
from Waukesha County Technical College, Jodi shared her warm smile for 20
years as a legal secretary at a large Milwaukee law firm. She volunteered
at the childrenís school, was active in Girl Scouts and was an advocate
for cancer prevention, treatment and research.
Jodi loved playing
in the back yard and snuggling on the couch with her girls. In her free
time, she enjoyed reading, gardening, camping in the RV, cooking and
hanging out with her mom friends. In summer, she enjoyed swimming at
Ottawa Lake with her girls and floating on her noodle. When the fall
colors peaked, Jodi enjoyed hiking deep into the woods and taking pictures
of her girls. Snow shoveling and cold wonít be missed by Jodi, but
seeing her pretty smile and big hair under a warm winter hat will be
missed by her family. Spring always renewed her spirit, and next yearís
flowers and green grass will renew her spirit and love in all of us.
Visitation will be
held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, June 29, 2009, at Church and Chapel
Funeral Home, 380 Bluemound Road, Waukesha, (highways J and JJ, four
blocks south of Interstate 94) with the celebration of life and funeral
service at 5 p.m. The Rev. Scott Leannah is officiating. Private burial
will be at Prairie Home Cemetery.
In heaven as in
life, Jodiís girls are still her first priority. Memorials are suggested
to the Webster Girls Education Fund. Memorials may be sent to any Citizens
Bank of Mukwonago office or directly to the family. Visit Jodiís Caringbridge.org
Web site and type JodiWebster (no spaces) in the ďvisit a Web siteĒ
entry box for additional information on Jodiís journey.
Church and Chapel
Rudolph-Larsen Brothers is serving the family. For an obituary, directions
or condolences, visit the Web at www.churchandchapel.com,
or for more information call 549-0659.
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