Roberta Jean Webber Hudson
Roberta Jean Webber Hudson (Bobby Jean or Bert), 86 of Mesa, Arizona and Austin, Texas passed away on October 1, 2022. Roberta was born on January 26, 1936, in the town of Hitchcock, Galveston County, Texas to Thelma Frances (Anderson) and Robert Isaac Webber Sr.
As a young woman, Roberta won numerous awards in 4-H including becoming the Galveston County Rodeo Queen. She taught 3rd grade at the Catholic School in Dickenson, Texas and served as Secretary of the Arcadia, Texas Chamber of Commerce. Roberta attended the Alvin Junior College Nursing School. She further her education in nutrition and horticulture taking night classes at the Austin Community College. Both Roberta and Harold were owner/operators of Sky Mountain Construction in Austin, Texas serving the Texas Hill Country. Anyone that came to know Roberta knew how much she loved her family, pets, and farm animals and was a visionary full of entrepreneurial ideas.
Roberta was preceded in death by her husband Harold Anderson Hudson Sr.; her grandparents, John Oscar Anderson, Mary Agnes Fourby, James Webber, Nettie Daura; her parents; sisters, Mary Francis LeCompte and Thelma Antoinette Winn; brothers, Paul Willis Webber Sr., Robert Isaac Webber Jr. and Joseph Anthony Webber. She will be deeply missed by her surviving sisters Teresa Louise Geissen & husband Jack, and Imelda Maria Sharp; children, Johanna Marie Raupe, Rose Anna Hudson & husband Robert Hansen, Jennifer Lynn Crampton & husband Glenn, Harold Anderson Hudson Jr., Daniel Damen Hudson & wife Rosalba, and Robert Duke Hudson & wife Galadriel; grandchildren, Senobia, Marshall, Dianna, Robert, Brian, William, Valerie, Travis, Trenton, Trey, Troy, Tyler, Trinity, Tracey, Trevor, Antonio, Adam, Samantha and Sabrina; great-grandchildren, Logan, Aubrey, Ian, Nathan, Ryan, LaCie, Lance, Lindsay, Amelia, Olivia, Alexander, Emma, Anthony, Hunter, Caden, Chloe, Shania.
Funeral Services and rosary will be between October 11-13, 2022 in the Chapel of Cook-Walden/Forest Oaks Funeral Home. Interment to follow final services at the Cook-Walden/Forest Oaks Memorial Park.
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