Masonic rites for Rawleigh Alfred Webster, 77, Enid, will be Tuesday evening, April 3, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. the Stittsworth Memory Chapel. Arrangements are under the kind guidance of the Amy Stittsworth Funeral Service.
Rawleigh was born on April 6, 1934 in Wichita, Kansas, the son of Roy Alfred and Nora Belle Barrow Webster, and passed away peacefully on Thursday in Enid. He was raised in Wichita, later moving to Haven, Kansas.
Rawleigh served in the US Air Force from 1954-1957. He married Thelma Lois Johnson in Wichita, on October 16, 1960. They moved to Enid in 1967 where he was a roofing contractor for 50 years, owning Webster Roofing Company.
Rawleigh was a mason, shriner, lifetime member of the Scottish Rite; 50 year member and past master. He was Baptist by faith.
Survivors include his wife, Lois of the residence; daughter, Debra Fuller of Enid; granddaughter, Ashton Friedman of Quantico, Virginia, and great-grandchild, Emma Friedman, also of Quantico, Virginia.
Rawleigh was preceded in death by his parents, and two sisters.
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