William “Bill” Webster Obituary, Death – The Weld County Government bids farewell to William “Bill” Webster, who served as a WC Commissioner in the past, with a broken heart. Webster, who had served as a commissioner from 1990 to 1998, went away in the comfort of his own home with his family by his side. Webster played a significant role in the establishment of the Two Rivers Parkway, the growth of the Weld County Department of Public Works, and the erection of the southwest building for the county.
In addition, Webster has had a significant impact on the Weld County community through his work as a founder of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County, a former member on the Board of United Way of Weld County, the Greeley Stampede Committee, and the Greeley Planning Commission, and through his service in a variety of other organizations. His parents, one daughter, Lisa Webster, and one sister, Kathy Robinson, all passed away before him. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family.
Bill received his high school diploma from Lincoln Community High School in the year 1964. After that, he did his military service in the United States Navy. After 32 years of service with CILCO as a substation and line man, he took his retirement from the company. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council #1250 throughout his entire life. In addition to that, he was a member of the Blessed Sacrament Church in Springfield, the American Legion Post #263, the Pekin Moose Lodge #916, and the Lincoln Eagles Aerie #2708.
Cooking, fishing, golfing, playing the piano and harmonica, telling stories, cleaning his vehicles, and maintaining his yard were some of his favorite pastimes. In addition to this, he found great pleasure in going on vacation with Barb to Table Rock Lake and spending the winter months as snowbirds in Florida.