Walter Jr. Webster

September 6, 1934December 7, 2018

Walter Jr. Webster was born September 6, 1934 in Pryor Oklahoma. He was the 9th child of Walter and Viola Webster. He moved to Notus, Idaho when he was ten years old. While refereeing a basketball game at Notus High School, he met the love of his life Clarice Joan Pullen. They were married on June 26, 1954, and had three children.He had numerous jobs over the years, with stories regarding each one. He never knew a stranger and loved to help people in need. Walter was very active in his community, serving on the City Council for 1 term, he also served as President and assistant chief for New Plymouth Volunteer Fire Department which he was involved in for 24 years.

Walter was most happy when he was around his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, he never saw a baby he didn’t coo at. He is survived by his wife Joan of 64 years, his daughter Ellen (Tom Harrison) of Middleton, Clay (Connie) Webster of Star. He has 6 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his son Tim Webster, his parents Walter and Viola, and his 8 brothers and sisters.


  • Clarice Joan (Pullen) Webster, Wife
  • Walter Webster, Father
  • Viola V. (Sisco) Webster, Mother
  • Ellen (Webster) Smith, Daughter
  • Clay Webster, Son
  • Connie Webster, Daughter-in-law
  • Tim Webster, Son
  • Also Walter is survived by, at this time, six grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. His eight brothers and sisters preceded him in death.

  • Noah Webster, Active Bearer
  • Dax Pearson, Active Bearer
  • Drew Pearson, Active Bearer
  • Caseyn Pearson, Active Bearer
  • Garrett Renz, Active Bearer
  • Jason Hoskins, Active Bearer
  • Norm Collingwood, Active Bearer


  • Visitation Wednesday, December 12, 2018
  • Funeral Service Thursday, December 13, 2018

Walter Jr. Webster

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Tracy DeVault

December 16, 2018

This is my favorite photo of Junior.

Tracy DeVault

December 16, 2018

Dear Cousin Joan and Family
Judy and I were very saddened to learn of Junior's passing. I keep telling myself that I will get to see everyone at least one more time. Somehow it doesn't seem to be working out that way.
Tracy & Judy DeVault

The attached photo is from the family gathering in New Plymouth in 1974.

Kathy Johnson Schnell

December 13, 2018

My favorite story about Uncle Junior is that when he was born Grandma Webster had run out of names so she just called him Junior. I do not know if it was a true story or not but it always brings a smile to my face when I tell the story. Uncle Junior will be missed by all that knew him. He was such a gentle man with a great laugh. Love you a lot. Auntie Joan and family please know you are in my heart and my thoughts. Love, Kathy Johnson Schnell