Shirley Webb BARRE – Shirley Webb, 98, passed absent peacefully on Friday, July 16, 2021, at Barre Gardens Nursing and Rehabilitation. Born Aug. 28, 1922, in Honest Haven, she was the daughter of Gordon and Marie Havens. She graduated from Fair Haven Significant School in 1940. In her early 20s, Shirley married Harold Magwire. Alongside one another they experienced two sons, Thomas and Michael Magwire. They later on divorced. In 1978, Shirley married Fred Webb. With each other they moved to Donahue Street in Graniteville in 1989, wherever she resided right up until 2019. Shirley attended the Sheldon Magnificence Academy and opened her personal salon in Burlington, which she operated into her 60s. Then in her early 70s, she began teaching cosmetology at the Riverbend Job and Complex Heart and later on recognized a posture at the JC Penney Salon in Berlin, wherever she labored for many yrs. Previous pupils explain Shirley as humorous and light-weight-hearted, but strict when vital. She entrusted in her pupils the great importance of retaining professionalism, courtesy and shopper provider though striving for excellence. Even with the generational improve in hairstyles, Shirley liked instructing finger curls and pin curls. By incorporating older tactics into modern day cosmetology schooling, she emphasised her enthusiasm and intention to maintain the industry’s record. She ultimately retired from instructing, holding her place as a stylist at JC Penney Salon right until her early 80s. Shirley genuinely experienced a passion for lovely hair, sustaining and braiding her personal lengthy and healthy hair the entire length of her again well into her 80s. In her spare time, Shirley relished animals, especially the numerous dogs and cats that accompanied her through her existence. She learned a enthusiasm for acrylic and folk-art portray, generating beautiful landscapes on canvas and delicate models on numerous items of attractive woodwork. Approximately each individual wall in Shirley’s household was ornamented with her very own canvas paintings. During her life, Shirley created close relationships with her grandchildren and loved shelling out time with their little ones as she gracefully aged into her 90s, even assembly her initially fantastic-fantastic-grandchild. She also liked cooking and typically shared her recipes with her grandchildren. Shirley will be remembered for her independence, spunk, contagious laughter, intelligence, and potential to reinvent herself in instances of adversity. Survivors incorporate her sons, Thomas Magwire and his wife, Melanie of Graniteville and Michael Magwire of Lisbon, New Hampshire a few grandchildren, Darin Magwire of Vermont, Cynthia Fitzgerald of Colorado, and Michael Magwire, II of Iowa 6 terrific-grandchildren, Lauren McKinstry, Stephen McKinstry, Dylan Magwire, Alayna Badeau, Abigail Magwire, and Kendal Magwire and two great-terrific-grandsons Karsen Gilbert and Canaan Moscova. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her brother, John her sister, Norma and her granddaughter, Beth McKinstry. The assistance to honor and rejoice her lifetime will be held on Friday, Sept. 17, at 6 p.m. at the Hooker Whitcomb Funeral Dwelling in Barre. For a memorial guestbook, visit www.hookerwhitcomb.com.