Janet M. Webster

Janet M. Webster of Palm Coast Florida passed away on April 16, 2021 with her loving son Sean at her side.

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Janet M. Webster

Janet M. Webster of Palm Coast Florida passed away on April 16, 2021 with her loving son Sean at her side. The daughter of William E. McQueeney and Mary (MacDonald) McQueeney, she was born February 5, 1939 in Hartford Connecticut.  The family moved from the Hartford area to Old Saybrook Ct. in 1946 where she attended school. After graduation she married Clyde Manniel of Old Lyme Ct and they had 3 sons, Jay, Sean and Christopher. Janet was always energetic and forever busy. She became a successful Realtor and breeder of English Setter dogs. The focus of her life however was always her children and 2 grandchildren Sean Michael and Eric. The family moved to Florida in 1980s where her children were schooled.  Janet went to college and became a nurse which she practiced for many years attending to the elderly and bedridden.

Eventually Janet married Donald S. Webster with whom she traveled extensively and settled in Ormand Beach and finally Palm Coast.

Janet had more than her share of heartache; she buried her youngest son Christopher and her oldest Jay and her younger sister Linda. She is survived by her son Sean and grandsons Sean Michael and Eric, her brothers David and Richard, and many nieces and nephews.



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