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Mary (Manning) Webster, 87, of Manchester NH, died March 21, 2007 at the Elliot Hospital.


She was born in Manchester October 19, 1919, and was the daughter of Charles and Addie (Ryan) Manning. She attended St. Joseph High School for girls, and received an A.S. degree from the NH Accounting School, now Southern NH University.


She worked as a bookkeeper for many years at the former Weisman Brothers Auto dealership. She was a member of the former Our Lady of Perpetual Help parish, and St. Anthony of Padua Parish.


Mary was a beloved mother, sister, grandmother and great grandmother. She enjoyed using the computer and making personalized cards for family and friends. She will be remembered for her love of reading novels, keeping in touch with family and friends, and bringing the family together at the house her parents raised her in.

She was a volunteer for many non-profit organizations in the greater Manchester NH area including The Caregivers.

She was loved music, and was a talented accordian player who made sure her all of her children received the benefit of music lessons. She also was talented artistically, developing that talent later in life by sketching and painting.   While her husband, Berwin, was alive she enjoyed many outings in their "Blue Canoe" especially exploring Massabesic Lake and its islands. 



She was pre-deceased by her husband Berwin Webster, in 1981, and her daughter Kathi Webster, in 2006.  Burial took place in St. Joseph Cemetery, Donald St. Bedford, at the convenience of the family at the family plot. 

She is greatly missed by her children, nieces and nephews and cousins. She led a full and happy life, and was living in the home where she was born just prior to her death.