He was born on April 26, 1930, in Mount Airy, N.C., the son of Paul D. (Pete) Webster and Edith Gilbert Webster. He is preceded in loss of life by both his parents and a twin brother, William Phil Webster.
He is survived by his wife of 64 decades, Betty Jean Webster daughters, Julie S. Webster and Elizabeth M. (Marcie) Webster grandchildren, James Paul Webster Garrett and Alexandra Nicole Garrett and two excellent-grandchildren.
Paul and Jean fulfilled at NC Baptist Healthcare facility in Winston Salem, N.C., where Jean was head nurse on the surgical ground. They married in Boston, Mass., in which Jean established their first wonderful property, then on to San Antonio, Texas, Vulaines Sur Seine, France, Minneapolis, Minn., Durham, N.C., Augusta, Ga., and, eventually, Lancaster.
Dr. Webster graduated from Mount Airy Higher University, the University of Richmond, Bowman Gray College of Medication, internship at the Boston City Medical center, residency and fellowship at the University of Minnesota/Veterans Administration Hospitals and Fellowship in Gastroenterology at Duke College Health care Centre, soon after which he joined the Duke faculty and was promoted to assistant professor. He then joined the Health care College or university of Georgia in Augusta, Ga., the place he served as chief of gastroenterology and later on as chair of the Department of Medication.
In the Veterans Administration, he served as a medical investigator. At Duke University, as perfectly at the Health-related Faculty