Charles T. Webster
1971 – 2009
OXFORD — Charles T. Webster, 38, of Auburn died during a horrific crash at Oxford Plains Speedway late Wednesday, July 15.
Charles (a.k.a. Charlie), was born June 12, 1971, in Lewiston, the son of Thomas Webster and Linda Poussard. He attended high school at Edward Little High and received a degree as an automotive technician at the local college Central Maine Community College.
He was employed at Goodwin’s in Oxford. Prior to attending college, he served in the U.S. Army for three years, including a term of service in Germany before being honorably discharged in 1998.
He and his family enjoyed the racing life at Oxford Plains Speedway. On Wednesday nights, you could always find him gearing up for the acceleration series where he raced in the Runnin’ Rebels division. He won his division race during the Friday Night Motor Mayhem, and jumped on his car in celebration.
He was the life of every party; he could bring smiles to every face and make any child giggle. Although he was never on time, he was always running on “Charlie Time” which meant that everyone else was simply early.
He is survived by his wife of almost 19 years, his high school sweetheart, Marcy Ray Tabor, and his very own “Charlie’s Angels,” his three daughters, Cassandra Lynn, 16, Diane Renae, 6, and Sara Jean, 2; his parents, Thomas and Sharon Webster of Mechanic Falls; his mother, Linda Poussard of Lewiston; his brother, Jared of Auburn; sister Becky of Oakland; his step-brothers, John and Jason Short of Mechanic Falls; his almost brother, Lane Fulton of Auburn; his in-laws, Misty Tabor of Lisbon and Gerald Jordan of Farmington; brother in-law, Mikel Tabor; many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews; and his best friends, Joni and Jamie, Shannon and Randy, Melissa and Jason, Kip and Carol, Jackie and Mike, and Randy Nutter. These are only a few of many that Charlie knew and loved.
He was predeceased by grandfathers, David Reynold, John Webster and Honore Poussard; grandmother, Jeanette Webster; aunt, Patricia Dupere; and uncle, Ralph Robinson.

Above all he loved his family. He will be greatly missed by all, but we must remember…. He lived as he died, “Hard and Fast.”

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