Bruce Allen Webster

Bruce Allen Webster passed away unexpectedly, but peacefully, at home about 7:30 P.M. November 30th 2014. He was a friend to all he knew and kind to all he met. He was always there to help if you needed him.He was born in Red Wing Minnesota, November 1st, 1956 to Betty-Ann Webster and Loren K Webster both of Ellsworth, Wisconsin. He was a Christian and believed in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. He was baptized in the Christ Episcopal Church in Red Wing and was confirmed at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Ellsworth.He attended the Ellsworth Community Schools and Graduated with the class of 1975.He was always a hard worker. Beginning at an early age he worked mowing yards and stocking coolers. By the time he was in high school he worked on farms with Jim Thompson and Fred Winkler, and laying block basements with Duane Hager, as well as helping Loren and Walter Huber on excavation jobs. He worked part time his senior year at the Ellsworth Creamery.He was well liked in high school. In high school he enjoyed being in band and choir. He was in sports through high school and college. His senior year in high school he was voted football co-captain and wrestling team captain. He was a Conference, Regional and Sectional Champion, and placed at State before the state wrestling tournament had a class system.He was voted by his classmates as the 1975 Prom King. Even though there was a lot of work during his high school summers, he was on the Wisconsin National AAU Wrestling Team. On weekends, He wrestled with AAU Wrestling team and won 3rd place at the Nationals in Iowa City in his senior year.For a year after graduation he worked for Harry Brookshaw and Bill Schumacher. On weekends, with his two brothers Dana and Jon he built a new home ground up for our family.Wanting to coach football he decided to return to school for a teaching degree.He was interested in science and math and chose to major in those fields.He attended Bethel College and Mankato State. He graduated from University of Wisconsin, River Falls, in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science in Physics.He also earned Professional Licenses and Certifications as Master Electrician, Master Plumber in both WI and MN. He was licensed as a Certified Soil Tester, Licensed Designer, Cross Connection Control Licensee and Commercial Driver’s License.He was a Life Time Member of the National Rifle Association.He earned certifications to teach High School Physical Science, Mathematics, Broad Field Science, Chemistry, and Physics.He was the Elmwood’s Head Wrestling Coach 1980-86Coached Ellsworth Junior High Wrestling1989-93Coached Football in Plum City 1990Coached Football in Spring Valley 1991-93He was substitute teacher for Ellsworth, Spring Valley, Plum City, and Pepin, Wisconsin from 1990-93. He then located to St. Francis, Minnesota. From 1994-1996 he taught High School Physics and Coached Football. From 1996-2000 he taught Chemistry, and Mathematics, coached Football, Wrestling and Girls Summer Softball at Plum City High School, Wisconsin. He enjoyed coaching there very much.One summer he worked on the outage at Prairie Island. Tours were important. The second day he was there another tour guide was needed. Bruce was it. He explained the concepts of nuclear reactors to daily tour visitors.He left the teaching profession to go into business with his Dad. They worked together for ten years as Loren and Bruce Webster Excavating and Plumbing. His Dad was badly injured in 2008 and Bruce spent the next four years as the main care giver.From September 2012 through February 2013 he again returned to teaching. He was hired as a Long Term Substitute teacher of High School Physics and Math at Lake City, Minnesota. When the teacher returned from leave, she told him the class was further ahead than if she had been there herself.He was hoping to return to teaching. But with no position available he did not waste any time as he continued his education at the University of Wisconsin, River Falls, pursuing a Graphical Information Systems minor.Bruce was both a teacher and a doer and loved to coach high school sports, especially football. He was kind to those he met and tried to always be, understanding and encouraging, to all. We will miss him deeply until we all meet again in heaven.He is survived by his Mother, Betty-Ann WebsterBrothers Dana J.S. Webster of Waukesha, WIJames L. (Rose Marie) Webster of Elkhart Lake, WICharles (Kris) Webster of Ellsworth, WIJonathan L (Patricia) Webster of Franklin, WIUncles Richard (Joanne) Webster of Ellsworth, WIEugene (Mary) Webster of River Falls. WIOne niece and five nephews many cousins and many, many friends.His Father Loren K. Webster and Brother Kerry Lee Webster preceded him in death.Hill Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ellsworth is serving the family. Bruce Allen Webster passed away unexpectedly, but peacefully, at home about 7:30 P.M. November 30th 2014. He was a friend to all he knew and kind to all he met. He was always there to help if you needed him. He was born in Red Wing Minnesota, November 1st, 1955 to Betty-Ann Webster and Loren K Webster both of Ellsworth, Wisconsin. He was a Christian and believed in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. He was baptized in the Christ Episcopal Church in Red Wing and was confirmed at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Ellsworth.He attended the Ellsworth Community Schools and Graduated with the class of 1975.He was always a hard worker. Beginning at an early age he worked mowing yards and stocking coolers. By the time he was in high school he worked on farms with Jim Thompson and Fred Winkler, and laying block basements with Duane Hager, as well as helping Loren and Walter Huber on excavation jobs. He worked part time his senior year at the Ellsworth Creamery. He was well liked in high school. In high school he enjoyed being in band and choir. He was in sports through high school and college. His senior year in high school he was voted football co-captain and wrestling team captain. He was a Conference, Regional and Sectional Champion, and placed at State before the state wrestling tournament had a class system. He was voted by his classmates as the 1975 Prom King. Even though there was a lot of work during his high school summers, he was on the Wisconsin National AAU Wrestling Team. On weekends, He wrestled with AAU Wrestling team and won 3rd place at the Nationals in Iowa City in his senior year. For a year after graduation he worked for Harry Brookshaw and Bill Schumacher. On weekends, with his two brothers Dana and Jon he built a new home ground up for our family. Wanting to coach football he decided to return to school for a teaching degree.He was interested in science and math and chose to major in those fields.He attended Bethel College and Mankato State. He graduated from University of Wisconsin, River Falls, in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science in Physics. He also earned Professional Licenses and Certifications as Master Electrician, Master Plumber in both WI and MN. He was licensed as a Certified Soil Tester, Licensed Designer, Cross Connection Control Licensee and Commercial Driver’s License.He was a Life Time Member of the National Rifle Association. He earned certifications to teach High School Physical Science, Mathematics, Broad Field Science, Chemistry, and Physics. He was the Elmwood’s Head Wrestling Coach 1980-86Coached Ellsworth Junior High Wrestling1989-93Coached Football in Plum City 1990Coached Football in Spring Valley 1991-93 He was substitute teacher for Ellsworth, Spring Valley, Plum City, and Pepin, Wisconsin from 1990-93. He then located to St. Francis, Minnesota. From 1994-1996 he taught High School Physics and Coached Football. From 1996-2000 he taught Chemistry, and Mathematics, coached Football, Wrestling and Girls Summer Softball at Plum City High School, Wisconsin. He enjoyed coaching there very much. One summer he worked on the outage at Prairie Island. Tours were important. The second day he was there another tour guide was needed. Bruce was it. He explained the concepts of nuclear reactors to daily tour visitors. He left the teaching profession to go into business with his Dad. They worked together for ten years as Loren and Bruce Webster Excavating and Plumbing. His Dad was badly injured in 2008 and Bruce spent the next four years as the main care giver. From September 2012 through February 2013 he again returned to teaching. He was hired as a Long Term Substitute teacher of High School Physics and Math at Lake City, Minnesota. When the teacher returned from leave, she told him the class was further ahead than if she had been there herself. He was hoping to return to teaching. But with no position available he did not waste any time as he continued his education at the University of Wisconsin, River Falls, pursuing a Graphical Information Systems minor. Bruce was both a teacher and a doer and loved to coach high school sports, especially football. He was kind to those he met and tried to always be, understanding and encouraging, to all. We will miss him deeply until we all meet again in heaven. He is survived by his Mother, Betty-Ann WebsterBrothers Dana J.S. Webster of Waukesha, WIJames L. (Rose Marie) Webster of Elkhart Lake, WICharles (Kris) Webster of Ellsworth, WIJonathan L (Patricia) Webster of Franklin, WIUncles Richard (Joanne) Webster of Ellsworth, WIEugene (Mary) Webster of River Falls. WI One niece and five nephews many cousins and many, many friends. His Father Loren K. Webster and Brother Kerry Lee Webster preceded him in death. Services for Bruce will be 11:00 a.m., Saturday, December 6, 2014, at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, Ellsworth, WI. . Burial will in the Oakwood Cemetery, Red Wing, MN.Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m., Friday, December 5, 2014, at the Hill Funeral Home, Ellsworth and for one hour prior to the service at the church on Saturday. Hill Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ellsworth is serving the family. Bruce Allen Webster passed away unexpectedly, but peacefully, at home about 7:30 P.M. November 30th 2014. He was a friend to all he knew and kind to all he met. He was always there to help if you needed him. He was born in Red Wing Minnesota, November 1st, 1955 to Betty-Ann Webster and Loren K Webster both of Ellsworth, Wisconsin. He was a Christian and believed in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. He was baptized in the Christ Episcopal Church in Red Wing and was confirmed at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Ellsworth.He attended the Ellsworth Community Schools and Graduated with the class of 1975.He was always a hard worker. Beginning at an early age he worked mowing yards and stocking coolers. By the time he was in high school he worked on farms with Jim Thompson and Fred Winkler, and laying block basements with Duane Hager, as well as helping Loren and Walter Huber on excavation jobs. He worked part time his senior year at the Ellsworth Creamery. He was well liked in high school. In high school he enjoyed being in band and choir. He was in sports through high school and college. His senior year in high school he was voted football co-captain and wrestling team captain. He was a Conference, Regional and Sectional Champion, and placed at State before the state wrestling tournament had a class system. He was voted by his classmates as the 1975 Prom King. Even though there was a lot of work during his high school summers, he was on the Wisconsin National AAU Wrestling Team. On weekends, He wrestled with AAU Wrestling team and won 3rd place at the Nationals in Iowa City in his senior year. For a year after graduation he worked for Harry Brookshaw and Bill Schumacher. On weekends, with his two brothers Dana and Jon he built a new home ground up for our family. Wanting to coach football he decided to return to school for a teaching degree.He was interested in science and math and chose to major in those fields.He attended Bethel College and Mankato State. He graduated from University of Wisconsin, River Falls, in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science in Physics. He also earned Professional Licenses and Certifications as Master Electrician, Master Plumber in both WI and MN. He was licensed as a Certified Soil Tester, Licensed Designer, Cross Connection Control Licensee and Commercial Driver’s License.He was a Life Time Member of the National Rifle Association. He earned certifications to teach High School Physical Science, Mathematics, Broad Field Science, Chemistry, and Physics. He was the Elmwood’s Head Wrestling Coach 1980-86Coached Ellsworth Junior High Wrestling1989-93Coached Football in Plum City 1990Coached Football in Spring Valley 1991-93 He was substitute teacher for Ellsworth, Spring Valley, Plum City, and Pepin, Wisconsin from 1990-93. He then located to St. Francis, Minnesota. From 1994-1996 he taught High School Physics and Coached Football. From 1996-2000 he taught Chemistry, and Mathematics, coached Football, Wrestling and Girls Summer Softball at Plum City High School, Wisconsin. He enjoyed coaching there very much. One summer he worked on the outage at Prairie Island. Tours were important. The second day he was there another tour guide was needed. Bruce was it. He explained the concepts of nuclear reactors to daily tour visitors. He left the teaching profession to go into business with his Dad. They worked together for ten years as Loren and Bruce Webster Excavating and Plumbing. His Dad was badly injured in 2008 and Bruce spent the next four years as the main care giver. From September 2012 through February 2013 he again returned to teaching. He was hired as a Long Term Substitute teacher of High School Physics and Math at Lake City, Minnesota. When the teacher returned from leave, she told him the class was further ahead than if she had been there herself. He was hoping to return to teaching. But with no position available he did not waste any time as he continued his education at the University of Wisconsin, River Falls, pursuing a Graphical Information Systems minor. Bruce was both a teacher and a doer and loved to coach high school sports, especially football. He was kind to those he met and tried to always be, understanding and encouraging, to all. We will miss him deeply until we all meet again in heaven. He is survived by his Mother, Betty-Ann WebsterBrothers Dana J.S. Webster of Waukesha, WIJames L. (Rose Marie) Webster of Elkhart Lake, WICharles (Kris) Webster of Ellsworth, WIJonathan L (Patricia) Webster of Franklin, WIUncles Richard (Joanne) Webster of Ellsworth, WIEugene (Mary) Webster of River Falls. WI One niece and five nephews many cousins and many, many friends. His Father Loren K. Webster and Brother Kerry Lee Webster preceded him in death. Services for Bruce will be 11:00 a.m., Saturday, December 6, 2014, at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, Ellsworth, WI. . Burial will in the Oakwood Cemetery, Red Wing, MN.Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m., Friday, December 5, 2014, at the Hill Funeral Home, Ellsworth and for one hour prior to the service at the church on Saturday. Hill Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ellsworth is serving the family. Bruce Allen Webster passed away unexpectedly, but peacefully, at home about 7:30 P.M. November 30th 2014. He was a friend to all he knew and kind to all he met. He was always there to help if you needed him. He was born in Red Wing Minnesota, November 1st, 1955 to Betty-Ann Webster and Loren K Webster both of Ellsworth, Wisconsin. He was a Christian and believed in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. He was baptized in the Christ Episcopal Church in Red Wing and was confirmed at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Ellsworth.He attended the Ellsworth Community Schools and Graduated with the class of 1975.He was always a hard worker. Beginning at an early age he worked mowing yards and stocking coolers. By the time he was in high school he worked on farms with Jim Thompson and Fred Winkler, and laying block basements with Duane Hager, as well as helping Loren and Walter Huber on excavation jobs. He worked part time his senior year at the Ellsworth Creamery. He was well liked in high school. In high school he enjoyed being in band and choir. He was in sports through high school and college. His senior year in high school he was voted football co-captain and wrestling team captain. He was a Conference, Regional and Sectional Champion, and placed at State before the state wrestling tournament had a class system. He was voted by his classmates as the 1975 Prom King. Even though there was a lot of work during his high school summers, he was on the Wisconsin National AAU Wrestling Team. On weekends, He wrestled with AAU Wrestling team and won 3rd place at the Nationals in Iowa City in his senior year. For a year after graduation he worked for Harry Brookshaw and Bill Schumacher. On weekends, with his two brothers Dana and Jon he built a new home ground up for our family. Wanting to coach football he decided to return to school for a teaching degree.He was interested in science and math and chose to major in those fields.He attended Bethel College and Mankato State. He graduated from University of Wisconsin, River Falls, in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science in Physics. He also earned Professional Licenses and Certifications as Master Electrician, Master Plumber in both WI and MN. He was licensed as a Certified Soil Tester, Licensed Designer, Cross Connection Control Licensee and Commercial Driver’s License.He was a Life Time Member of the National Rifle Association. He earned certifications to teach High School Physical Science, Mathematics, Broad Field Science, Chemistry, and Physics. He was the Elmwood’s Head Wrestling Coach 1980-86Coached Ellsworth Junior High Wrestling1989-93Coached Football in Plum City 1990Coached Football in Spring Valley 1991-93 He was substitute teacher for Ellsworth, Spring Valley, Plum City, and Pepin, Wisconsin from 1990-93. He then located to St. Francis, Minnesota. From 1994-1996 he taught High School Physics and Coached Football. From 1996-2000 he taught Chemistry, and Mathematics, coached Football, Wrestling and Girls Summer Softball at Plum City High School, Wisconsin. He enjoyed coaching there very much. One summer he worked on the outage at Prairie Island. Tours were important. The second day he was there another tour guide was needed. Bruce was it. He explained the concepts of nuclear reactors to daily tour visitors. He left the teaching profession to go into business with his Dad. They worked together for ten years as Loren and Bruce Webster Excavating and Plumbing. His Dad was badly injured in 2008 and Bruce spent the next four years as the main care giver. From September 2012 through February 2013 he again returned to teaching. He was hired as a Long Term Substitute teacher of High School Physics and Math at Lake City, Minnesota. When the teacher returned from leave, she told him the class was further ahead than if she had been there herself. He was hoping to return to teaching. But with no position available he did not waste any time as he continued his education at the University of Wisconsin, River Falls, pursuing a Graphical Information Systems minor. Bruce was both a teacher and a doer and loved to coach high school sports, especially football. He was kind to those he met and tried to always be, understanding and encouraging, to all. We will miss him deeply until we all meet again in heaven. He is survived by his Mother, Betty-Ann WebsterBrothers Dana J.S. Webster of Waukesha, WIJames L. (Rose Marie) Webster of Elkhart Lake, WICharles (Kris) Webster of Ellsworth, WIJonathan L (Patricia) Webster of Franklin, WIUncles Richard (Joanne) Webster of Ellsworth, WIEugene (Mary) Webster of River Falls. WI One niece and five nephews many cousins and many, many friends. His Father Loren K. Webster and Brother Kerry Lee Webster preceded him in death. Services for Bruce will be 11:00 a.m., Saturday, December 6, 2014, at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, Ellsworth, WI. . Burial will in the Oakwood Cemetery, Red Wing, MN.Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m., Friday, December 5, 2014, at the Hill Funeral Home, Ellsworth and for one hour prior to the service at the church on Saturday. Hill Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ellsworth is serving the family. Bruce Allen Webster passed away unexpectedly, but peacefully, at home about 7:30 P.M. November 30th 2014. He was a friend to all he knew and kind to all he met. He was always there to help if you needed him. He was born in Red Wing Minnesota, November 1st, 1955 to Betty-Ann Webster and Loren K Webster both of Ellsworth, Wisconsin. He was a Christian and believed in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. He was baptized in the Christ Episcopal Church in Red Wing and was confirmed at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Ellsworth.He attended the Ellsworth Community Schools and Graduated with the class of 1975.He was always a hard worker. Beginning at an early age he worked mowing yards and stocking coolers. By the time he was in high school he worked on farms with Jim Thompson and Fred Winkler, and laying block basements with Duane Hager, as well as helping Loren and Walter Huber on excavation jobs. He worked part time his senior year at the Ellsworth Creamery. He was well liked in high school. In high school he enjoyed being in band and choir. He was in sports through high school and college. His senior year in high school he was voted football co-captain and wrestling team captain. He was a Conference, Regional and Sectional Champion, and placed at State before the state wrestling tournament had a class system. He was voted by his classmates as the 1975 Prom King. Even though there was a lot of work during his high school summers, he was on the Wisconsin National AAU Wrestling Team. On weekends, He wrestled with AAU Wrestling team and won 3rd place at the Nationals in Iowa City in his senior year. For a year after graduation he worked for Harry Brookshaw and Bill Schumacher. On weekends, with his two brothers Dana and Jon he built a new home ground up for our family. Wanting to coach football he decided to return to school for a teaching degree.He was interested in science and math and chose to major in those fields.He attended Bethel College and Mankato State. He graduated from University of Wisconsin, River Falls, in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science in Physics. He also earned Professional Licenses and Certifications as Master Electrician, Master Plumber in both WI and MN. He was licensed as a Certified Soil Tester, Licensed Designer, Cross Connection Control Licensee and Commercial Driver’s License.He was a Life Time Member of the National Rifle Association. He earned certifications to teach High School Physical Science, Mathematics, Broad Field Science, Chemistry, and Physics. He was the Elmwood’s Head Wrestling Coach 1980-86Coached Ellsworth Junior High Wrestling1989-93Coached Football in Plum City 1990Coached Football in Spring Valley 1991-93 He was substitute teacher for Ellsworth, Spring Valley, Plum City, and Pepin, Wisconsin from 1990-93. He then located to St. Francis, Minnesota. From 1994-1996 he taught High School Physics and Coached Football. From 1996-2000 he taught Chemistry, and Mathematics, coached Football, Wrestling and Girls Summer Softball at Plum City High School, Wisconsin. He enjoyed coaching there very much. One summer he worked on the outage at Prairie Island. Tours were important. The second day he was there another tour guide was needed. Bruce was it. He explained the concepts of nuclear reactors to daily tour visitors. He left the teaching profession to go into business with his Dad. They worked together for ten years as Loren and Bruce Webster Excavating and Plumbing. His Dad was badly injured in 2008 and Bruce spent the next four years as the main care giver. From September 2012 through February 2013 he again returned to teaching. He was hired as a Long Term Substitute teacher of High School Physics and Math at Lake City, Minnesota. When the teacher returned from leave, she told him the class was further ahead than if she had been there herself. He was hoping to return to teaching. But with no position available he did not waste any time as he continued his education at the University of Wisconsin, River Falls, pursuing a Graphical Information Systems minor. Bruce was both a teacher and a doer and loved to coach high school sports, especially football. He was kind to those he met and tried to always be, understanding and encouraging, to all. We will miss him deeply until we all meet again in heaven. He is survived by his Mother, Betty-Ann WebsterBrothers Dana J.S. Webster of Waukesha, WIJames L. (Rose Marie) Webster of Elkhart Lake, WICharles (Kris) Webster of Ellsworth, WIJonathan L (Patricia) Webster of Franklin, WIUncles Richard (Joanne) Webster of Ellsworth, WIEugene (Mary) Webster of River Falls. WI One niece and five nephews many cousins and many, many friends. His Father Loren K. Webster and Brother Kerry Lee Webster preceded him in death. Services for Bruce will be 11:00 a.m., Saturday, December 6, 2014, at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, Ellsworth, WI. . Burial will in the Oakwood Cemetery, Red Wing, MN.Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m., Friday, December 5, 2014, at the Hill Funeral Home, Ellsworth and for one hour prior to the service at the church on Saturday. Hill Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ellsworth is serving the family. Bruce Allen Webster passed away unexpectedly, but peacefully, at home about 7:30 P.M. November 30th 2014. He was a friend to all he knew and kind to all he met. He was always there to help if you needed him. He was born in Red Wing Minnesota, November 1st, 1955 to Betty-Ann Webster and Loren K Webster both of Ellsworth, Wisconsin. He was a Christian and believed in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. He was baptized in the Christ Episcopal Church in Red Wing and was confirmed at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Ellsworth.He attended the Ellsworth Community Schools and Graduated with the class of 1975.He was always a hard worker. Beginning at an early age he worked mowing yards and stocking coolers. By the time he was in high school he worked on farms with Jim Thompson and Fred Winkler, and laying block basements with Duane Hager, as well as helping Loren and Walter Huber on excavation jobs. He worked part time his senior year at the Ellsworth Creamery. He was well liked in high school. In high school he enjoyed being in band and choir. He was in sports through high school and college. His senior year in high school he was voted football co-captain and wrestling team captain. He was a Conference, Regional and Sectional Champion, and placed at State before the state wrestling tournament had a class system. He was voted by his classmates as the 1975 Prom King. Even though there was a lot of work during his high school summers, he was on the Wisconsin National AAU Wrestling Team. On weekends, He wrestled with AAU Wrestling team and won 3rd place at the Nationals in Iowa City in his senior year. For a year after graduation he worked for Harry Brookshaw and Bill Schumacher. On weekends, with his two brothers Dana and Jon he built a new home ground up for our family. Wanting to coach football he decided to return to school for a teaching degree.He was interested in science and math and chose to major in those fields.He attended Bethel College and Mankato State. He graduated from University of Wisconsin, River Falls, in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science in Physics. He also earned Professional Licenses and Certifications as Master Electrician, Master Plumber in both WI and MN. He was licensed as a Certified Soil Tester, Licensed Designer, Cross Connection Control Licensee and Commercial Driver’s License.He was a Life Time Member of the National Rifle Association. He earned certifications to teach High School Physical Science, Mathematics, Broad Field Science, Chemistry, and Physics. He was the Elmwood’s Head Wrestling Coach 1980-86Coached Ellsworth Junior High Wrestling1989-93Coached Football in Plum City 1990; Coached Football in Spring Valley 1991-93 He was substitute teacher for Ellsworth, Spring Valley, Plum City, and Pepin, Wisconsin from 1990-93. He then located to St. Francis, Minnesota. From 1994-1996 he taught High School Physics and Coached Football. From 1996-2000 he taught Chemistry, and Mathematics, coached Football, Wrestling and Girls Summer Softball at Plum City High School, Wisconsin. He enjoyed coaching there very much. One summer he worked on the outage at Prairie Island. Tours were important. The second day he was there another tour guide was needed. Bruce was it. He explained the concepts of nuclear reactors to daily tour visitors. He left the teaching profession to go into business with his Dad. They worked together for ten years as Loren and Bruce Webster Excavating and Plumbing. His Dad was badly injured in 2008 and Bruce spent the next four years as the main care giver. From September 2012 through February 2013 he again returned to teaching. He was hired as a Long Term Substitute teacher of High School Physics and Math at Lake City, Minnesota. When the teacher returned from leave, she told him the class was further ahead than if she had been there herself. He was hoping to return to teaching. But with no position available he did not waste any time as he continued his education at the University of Wisconsin, River Falls, pursuing a Graphical Information Systems minor. Bruce was both a teacher and a doer and loved to coach high school sports, especially football. He was kind to those he met and tried to always be, understanding and encouraging, to all. We will miss him deeply until we all meet again in heaven. He is survived by his Mother, Betty-Ann WebsterBrothers Dana J.S. Webster of Waukesha, WIJames L. (Rose Marie) Webster of Elkhart Lake, WICharles (Kris) Webster of Ellsworth, WIJonathan L (Patricia) Webster of Franklin, WIUncles Richard (Joanne) Webster of Ellsworth, WIEugene (Mary) Webster of River Falls. WI One niece and five nephews many cousins and many, many friends. His Father Loren K. Webster and Brother Kerry Lee Webster preceded him in death. Services for Bruce will be 11:00 a.m., Saturday, December 6, 2014, at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, Ellsworth, WI. . Burial will in the Oakwood Cemetery, Red Wing, MN.Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m., Friday, December 5, 2014, at the Hill Funeral Home, Ellsworth and for one hour prior to the service at the church on Saturday. Hill Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ellsworth is serving the family.v

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