Jeannette “Joy” Ann Rose Webster

December 27, 1937 ~
January 6, 2021

Jeannette (Joy) Ann Rose Webster (née Kenny), age 83, of Kingston, Jamaica went to be with her Lord on Wednesday, January 6, 2021. Predeceased by her loving husband, George Webster; and her sister, Marjorie Kenny. She will be lovingly remembered by her children, Heather (Kelvin), Stuart, Kevin (Amy), John (Tania); grandchildren, Sarah, Jacob, Elizabeth, Rachel, Monica, Demeatrice, Anna, Gabriel, and Olivia; as well as many nieces, nephews, family, and friends. She will also be missed by her Mona Heights Chapel and Source of Light communities. Joy gave selflessly, professionally and joyfully to the Lord’s work and to her family. We would also like to extend special thanks to Mrs. Vivette Nugent for her many years of tireless and selfless service, and her love and dedication to Mom and Dad. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday, January 13 at 11 am at Immanuel Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, MI (USA) and will also be live streamed. Interment will follow at Pine Hill Cemetery. Due to COVID, attendance will be limited to maintain safety. Should you wish to attend, please advise Heather Fairfax via email ( Live streaming of the service can be viewed at In lieu of flowers, those who wish may make memorial contributions to Mona Heights Chapel, Kingston 6, Jamaica ( or Source of Light International at

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January 14, 2021 12:23pm
I have had the pleasure of knowing Mrs. Webster, affectionately called “mom Webster and grandma” for several years. Our condolances and sympathy to the family and extended family. Her presence will be missed. we have so many years of memories that we will hold dearly in our hearts.

- Janice Folkes

January 13, 2021 12:57pm
Joy was a tireless worker for our Lord. Her work will long be remembered. Ashman and Kathleen (Nancy) Gayle

- Kathleen Gayle

January 12, 2021 9:44pm
John,my sincere condolences to you and your family. Mrs. Webser meant so much to.

- Nurse McHugh Air Jamaica

January 12, 2021 9:39pm
Gentle, unassuming, kind, thoughtful, calm, loving – all beautiful and fitting descriptions of our beloved Mother Webster. Although she was ‘boss’, her motherly methods in the office while she managed our department, inspired us, made us feel relevant and made us love our jobs. Mrs. Webster was so understanding, she weighed each person’s situation on its own merit, nerve generalizing, always willing to see beyond the obvious. She led the department with gentle but firm hands. And yet, she was loved, truly loved by all whom she managed. In her hands, under her guidance we carried out our jobs, our daily responsibilities, but we also become better people, we learnt how to love – we became family. It is truly amazing at how quickly the news of her passing mobilized us all. Persons who we have not spoken to in years, those we had lost contact with and those who were seemed to be off the grid – all reaching out, sharing our precious memories, smiling through our tears for our beloved Mother Webster. We enjoyed her sharing of books, book markers her faith and her family. The same calm, gentleness she showed us at work, is the same characteristics she exhibited with her husband George, her sons and her daughter. They too became our family, as well as her co-workers at Source of Light. We love you Mother Webster, we have never forgotten and will always keep you in our hearts. In the words of Helen Keller: quote “What we once enjoyed and deeply loved we can never lose, for all that we love deeply becomes part of us.” Sleep in Peace until we meet again in glory. -'The family' Admin Services - Air Jamaica Limited

- Jullian Brown Moore

January 12, 2021 8:19pm
I count myself very fortunate to have known Aunt Joy. We were both at the University of the West Indies at the same time and that gave me the opportunity to get to know her very well. She was immensely kind, warm and caring. She loved Uncle George and her children and was so supportive of them. In fact, her dedication to Uncle George was inspiring. She was supportive of him in every facet of his life and truly was a loving life partner. My friends at UWI loved her also and some even became her friends - drawn by her kindness and compassion. My condolences to Heather, Stuart, Kevin and John, their spouses and children. Rest in peace Aunt Joy.

- Andrew Webster

January 12, 2021 5:13pm
Mother Web I had the pleasure of working with you at Air Jamaica as my boss and mentor and I will always remember your kind words and long chat we use to have. You will always live on in my heart for the wonderful person you were R.I.P dear friend you will be missed

- rosemarie Hall

January 12, 2021 4:49pm
Joy has gone home to be with The Lord. My deepest sympathies to Heather, Stuart, kevin, John their spouses and their children and their extended families. Joy was a sweet and gentle spirit. I enjoyed her yearly visits at Thanksgiving when our family in Canada would come together to remember The Lord and thank Him for His goodness and mercy Showered on us all. We have spent many memorable moments over countless meals. Joy was so lovable, and her love for The Lord was evident. I will miss you Joy. We will always set a place at the Thanksgiving table for you as you will always hold a special place in our hearts. Rest in peace. Janet Creswell. ( Mother-in-law of John.)

- Janet Creswell

January 11, 2021 2:50pm
We extend our deepest condolences to Heather, Stuart, Kevin, John, their spouses, and their children. We are very sad to say goodbye, here below, to Joy our Aunt and sister in the Lord. Joy was immensely important in the lives of many in our family, not least ourselves. She and Uncle George were used by God to bring the Bible into our home shortly after we were married. We were privileged to have many wonderful and memorable family visits with her in Montreal. She is now at home with her Savior and we look forward to seeing her in Heaven. Rest in Peace dear Joy. Robert & Jennifer McFarlane

- Robert & Jennifer McFarlane

January 11, 2021 9:47am
I had the pleasure of working at Source at light in the 80's Mrs Webster was an integral part of the mission and I loved working with her. I express my deepest condolances to you all and may her love and life bring you all much comfort. (New York).

- Grace Wilson-Smith

January 10, 2021 2:10pm
Due to Covid we missed our usual Christmas gathering with Aunt Joy. It is with great sadness that we say good bye, however we are so thankful for the moments we had with her and our precious memories of our times together will live on in our hearts. John 11 vs 25-26

- Simone (Creswell) , Alex , Aliyah and Adam Sarimaz

January 10, 2021 1:47pm
Mrs. Webster was a gracious and kind woman of God. She was committed to the work of the Source of Light Missions and was passionate about the work of missions. She loved her family and spoke lovingly abot her children and their spouses.

- Lilýclaire

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