Jim was born on September 30, 1960 in San Francisco. He passed away on April 23, 2018 with his family by his side. Jim is survived by his mother Yvonne Brum; step-father Clem Brum; father Richard Webster; children: Jackson, Maxwell and Angela; sisters Yvonne Webster and Lucinda Ballard (Charles); brother Michael Webster (Sandy); and was Uncle Jim to six nieces and nephews and their children. He was predeceased by his brother Richard Webster.
Growing up, Jim played little league in San Lorenzo and Fremont. He graduated from American High School where he belonged to the honor society, played varsity football, was on the varsity wrestling team and played drums in the band.
Jim worked in San Francisco for over thirty years. He was the proud owner of Able Plumbing. He played baseball, marathon bike rider, played drums in his band FOG (Four Old Men) and enjoyed his bar-b-ques, cooking and his vegetable garden. Jim was a self-sufficient man who enjoyed his home and his faithful friend “Dreamer” his four-year-old dog. He always came to all family functions, making everyone laugh with his quick wit and funny stories.
A light has gone out of our lives; he will be missed daily and will be remembered with love by all who knew him.
Jim was laid to rest with his brother Richard in a private ceremony at Mountain View Cemetery in Oakland.
And the beat goes on…