September 2010 Volume 7

In MEMORIAM - Ronald Keith Webster, Donald John Morris and Evon Vincent Webber

Staff reporter KC Times
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Ronald Keith Webster
Ronald Keith Webster a KC Old Boy from the 1950’s was laid to rest on July 30th, 2010 in Overland Park, Kansas.   Although he lived in Kansas, he was a supporter of the KCOBA and gave back to the causes that appealed to him.

Anthony Johnson, Jamaica’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom was a schoolmate and friend of Ronald. He had this to say about him:  “I have not seen Keith since he migrated, but he was a very

pleasant person - he never seemed to lose his smile and was always willing to help. I never heard anyone say anything negative about him, and I never heard him say anything negative about others. He was a true Fortis and I am glad to learn that he was active in Old Boys activities. I would have expected no less. Please give my warm regards to members of his family, some of whom I know personally. May his soul
rest in peace.”

Donald John Morris
Long standing Kingston Justice and KC Old Boy, Justice Donald Morris (a.k.a. John Morris) OD passed away at 1:00 a.m. on Tuesday August 31, 2010.

Evon Vincent Webber
Evon Webber passed on to the next life on August 12, 2010.  He was buried in Athens, Georgia.  Evon was born in Kingston on October 20, 1957.  He graduated from Kingston College and later George Brown College in Toronto.

He leaves behind his wife, Hope Webber, two sons and other relatives.

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