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Linda Kay Webber

December 30, 1945 — February 2, 2024

Greenville, SC

Linda Webber, a beacon of love and intelligence, passed away peacefully on February 2, 2024, in Greenville, South Carolina, at the age of 78. Born on December 30, 1945, in Detroit, Michigan, Linda's life was marked by her unwavering dedication to her family, her passion for education, and her kind-hearted spirit.

Linda's early years were spent in Berkley, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit, where she was raised by her parents, the late Albert and Dorothy Le Tourneau, alongside her siblings, Maricia Kohlmeyer and the late Arthur Le Tourneau. Linda's pursuit of knowledge led her to Central Michigan University, where she earned her Bachelor's Degree and prepared for a career that would touch the lives of countless children.

Linda's vocation as an elementary school teacher was more than a job; it was a calling. She brought light and learning to her students, serving not only as an educator but also as a substitute teacher. Her friendly demeanor and intelligent approach to teaching earned her the respect and affection of both her colleagues and her students. Linda's commitment to nurturing young minds was evident in the joyful success of her pupils and in the lasting impact she left on the educational community.

Outside the classroom, Linda's interests were a reflection of her loving nature. She found solace in the tranquility of her garden, where she cultivated both flowers and a sense of peace. Linda's love for her family was the cornerstone of her life. She reveled in the joys of motherhood and grandmotherhood. 

Linda is survived by her devoted husband, Stephen Webber, and their sons, Brian, Jason, and Mathew Webber. She was a cherished mother-in-law to Amy and Krysti Webber and her daughter-in-law to be Maya Bargar. Linda's legacy continues through her grandsons, Iain, Arthur, and Joshua Webber, and her granddaughter, Lindsey WebberHer sister and brother-in-law, Maricia and Pete Kohlmeyer, will carry the memories of their shared laughter and love.

Those who knew Linda will remember her for her loving heart, her friendly smile, and her intelligent conversations. She had a way of making each person feel valued and heard, whether in the classroom or in the comfort of her home.

Linda Webber's life was a testament to the power of kindness and the profound impact one person can have on the world around them. Her memory will be cherished and kept alive in the stories told by her family and the lessons she taught to all who were fortunate enough to know her. Linda's spirit, like the gardens she tended, will continue to bloom in the hearts of those she touched.

As the sun sets on Linda's earthly journey, we bid farewell to a remarkable woman whose presence enriched our lives. We celebrate the love she shared, the wisdom she imparted, and the gentle strength with which she faced each day. Linda Webber will be deeply missed, but her influence will remain as a guiding light for generations to come.

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