Margaret S. Webster

23 November, 192428 August, 2020

Margaret Shartzer Webster, 95, of Fieldale, passed away Friday, August 28, 2020 in Roanoke. She was born in North Carolina, November 23, 1924 to Irvin Cannaday Shartzer and Mary Simpson Shartzer.

In addition to her parents she was also preceded in death by her husband, Carl Jackson Webster, Jr. and her son, Carl J. Webster, III; 2 sisters, Maxine Harmon and Mabel McNeeley and a brother, Joseph (Boy) Shartzer.

Margaret was a graduate of Fieldale High School and retired from Fieldcrest Mills. She was a member of Fieldale Baptist Church.

Surviving are several nieces and nephews and 2 God-children, Jessica Brown-Feltman and Hannah Rose Brown.

A private graveside service will be held at Roselawn Burial Park with the Rev. R. Wayne Fulcher officiating. Memorials may be made to Fieldale Baptist Church.

Arrangements are by McKee-Stone Funeral Home in Martinsville. To express online condolences, please visit


  • Private Graveside Service at Roselawn Burial Park


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Linda Williams

2 September 2020

I'm so saddened to hear of Margaret's passing. We moved beside her and Jack back in 1983. They were a beautiful couple and were great neighbors. Margaret always had a kind word for all she met. Heaven has a new angel. She will be missed.

Jeffrey Bryant

31 August 2020

We were saddened to hear of Aunt Margaret's passing but are all happy that she is resting peacefully now. She was such a kind and warm women to everyone in my family. My kids all thought of her as a Great-Grandma when we saw her over the holidays! She loved to give them little gifts and would hold them in her lap for as long as she could when they were young. Growing up, I have many fond memories of visits with her and Uncle Jack at their home in Fieldale. She will be missed.

Sandra Leet

29 August 2020

I am so very sorry to hear about the passing of dear Mrs. Webster. I have wonderful memories of she and Mr. Webster being my Sunday evening Training Union teachers. They were among the gentlest and kindest people I’ve ever known. When I would return to the church after marrying, I sought out to see dear “Mrs. Margaret’. There was not a more humble & gracious soul that ever lived. I know she is in glory now with her Heavenly Father and being re-United with loved ones.
Sandra Price Leet

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