Zelma Leo Webster passed away Wednesday, December 12, 2012 in the Trinity Mission Nursing Home in Granbury, at age 90. Graveside services will be held at 2:00 P.M. on Friday, December 14, 2012, in Faulkenberry Cemetery, with Brother Richard Williams of the Church of Christ in Groesbeck officiating. Zelma was born May 29, 1922 to John Treece and Opal (Walker) Treece in Thornton. She grew up in Thornton, where she attended school and then graduated from Groesbeck High School. Zelma married J. L. Webster on May 3, 1941 in Groesbeck. Soon after their marriage, J. L. served in World War II. During this time, Zelma moved with her family to Houston. After J. L. returned from the War he worked in the Houston shipyards before moving with the family to Alvin. Zelma became a licensed beautician and worked in an Alvin beauty shop until twins, Phillip and Phyllis, were born to the family in 1955. After that she dedicated her life to being a housewife and mother. Zelma and J.L. moved to Houston where they raised their twins. They were members of the West 34th. Street Church of Christ. Upon retirement, Zelma and J. L. moved to Conroe. Zelma enjoyed visiting with friends and family. Both Zelma and J. L. maintained many acquaintances in Groesbeck, where their son Phil has lived for 38 years. After being hospitalized in Conroe, Zelma moved to Granbury to receive care near her daughter Phyllis. Zelma was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, Robert Treece, and sister, Bessie Jarvis. She is survived by her son, Phillip “Phil” Webster of Groesbeck; her daughter, Phyllis Webster and her husband Jack Lawless of Granbury and their son, E. J. Lawless and his wife Claire Vo Lawless of Austin.