Mrs. Lynn Frances Webster, age 67, of Randallstown, MD, died Thursday, March 8, 2018 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Columbia, MD. Mrs. Webster was born February 23, 1951 in Baltimore, MD. She married Steve Webster.
Calling hours will be Wednesday, March 14, 2018 from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services, 8728 Liberty Road, Randallstown, MD (21133).
Funeral services for Mrs. Webster will held on Thursday, March 15, 2018 at Greater New Hope Church, 2720 West North Avenue, Baltimore, MD (21216). The family will receive friends from 10:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. with services to follow. The burial will be at Woodlawn Cemetery on Thursday, March 15, 2018 at 1:30 p.m.
Lynn Frances Dorsey Webster, daughter of the late Frances Weaver Dorsey and the late Charles Robert Dorsey departed this life on March 8, 2018.
A graduate of Western Senior High School, she attended Morgan State College and Strayer Business College. Lynn also attended Cookley's Bible College for two years, which she loved very much.
Lynn was a devoted and loving wife to her husband of 46 years, Rev. Steve C. Webster, Pastor of New Horizon Baptist Church, a devoted mother to her daughters Katina and Jeanette, and a loving and caring grandmother to her grandsons, "Binky", Day and Solomon, whom she adored. Lynn was also a loving and caring daughter to her mother Frances who she always admired for strength and ties to family. Lynn's family was her life and she never wavered. She always tried her best to be her best for all of them no matter what adversities she faced.
Lynn loved her brothers, Charles Dorsey, Kent Dorsey and her sister, Betty Brown. Their families were her families. Her nieces and nephews meant a lot to her. Her cousins, aunts and uncles, those gone on before her and those that remain held a special place in her heart.
Lynn was not only a member of New Horizon Baptist Church, but First Lady, sanctuary choir member, missionary, head of the hospitality committee, Chair of the women's ministry, secretary and church clerk, Vacation Bible School teacher and responsible for the biggest job ever…taking care of the Pastor.
The passion in Lynn's life in addition to her family was her job and the work family she labored alongside of daily at T. Rowe Price for 17 years. She loved her work, gave of herself and did whatever it took. She always tried to make someone's day better even in her worst of times. Her response to inquiries about her own well-being was always, "It's all good." Lynn received various awards and an outpouring of love throughout the years. Each time she left on sick leave she knew she would be back at her desk one day, especially since she was fighting so hard.
Lynn's life had many twists and turns, but she was a fighter. Though not always easy, she accepted what was put before her with grace and dignity.
Her husband Steve was the love of her life. He was her first and last love. She gave him the very best of herself always. Lynn loved and treasured every moment with her daughters, Katina the Doctor of Education and Principal and Jeanette who gave her the greatest gift of all…her grandchildren. She spoiled them whenever she had the chance. Jeanette's talent and witty thinking always kept her mom laughing.
Lynn touched many people in her life and she always hoped that something was said or done to make a difference no matter how big or small.
Lynn leaves behind her husband, Rev. Steve C. Webster, Senior Pastor, New Horizon Baptist church; two daughters, Dr. Katina F. Webster and Jeanette L. Kreuzburg; two brothers, Charles Dorsey and Kent Dorsey; one sister, Betty Brown; two sister-in-laws, Barbara Dorsey and Marie Dorsey; one brother-in-law, Kenneth Brown; one son-in-law, Todd Kreuzburg; three grandsons, Maximillian K. Franz, II ("Binky"), Day Thomas Kreuzburg, Solomon Dylan Curtis Kreuzburg and a host of nieces, nephews and friends.