Nancy Kaye Dorrough Webster, a lifelong resident of Paris, Arkansas departed this earth for heaven on April 6, 2012 surrounded by her family. Nancy was born on September 8, 1945 and graduated from Paris High School in 1963. She was a member of Paris First Assembly of God Church. Her courageous battle with cancer was a shining witness to those who know her.
Nancy was the beloved wife of John Frank Webster, and one of five children born to the late Wiley Sr. and Agnes (Newkirk) Dorrough. Nancy will forever be remembered by her devoted daughters and sons-in law: Traci and James Fennell of Bentonville, Marla & John-Mark Scales of Fort Smith, Melissa and Roger Kremer of Scranton. Nancy is also survived by the jewels of her life, her precious grandchildren: Marissa & Braden Fennell and Isabella & Jake Toliver. Nancy is survived by her siblings and their spouses: Alma & Johnny Gattis of Huntsville, AL, Wiley Jr. & Shirley Dorrough of Woodward, OK, Norma & Jr. Nickerson of Paris, AR and Judy & Joe Friddle of Paris, AR and her loving nieces & nephews. Nancy’s legacy also lives on with countless children for whom she cared and other friends and family whom were blessed to know her. Nancy loved gospel music, camping, and anything that allowed her to spend time with her family.
To the many lives she touched, she was a prayer warrior, encourager, teacher, and inspiration of faith. Nancy retired from Paris Elementary School. Friends and family are invited to attend a visitation service on Monday, April 9th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at Roller Funeral Home in Paris. The funeral service will be held at Paris First Assembly of God Church on Tuesday, April 10th at 2:00 pm. Burial service will follow at Oakwood Cemetery in Paris under the direction of Roller Funeral Home in Paris. Online guestbook www.rollerfuneralhomes.com
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be sent to the Paris First Assembly of God Church Youth Group or the Nancy Dorrough Webster Teacher Scholarship Fund either directly to the Tech Foundation at Arkansas Tech University in Russellville (www.atu.edu/givetoTech) or through an account established at the First National Bank in Paris.
Pallbearers are Gene Alexander, Charlie Hampton, Paul Fitzjurls, Bill Hatcher, Richard Zimmer, Ronnie Blaschke, and Marvin Garren.