The award has been presented anually for the past 60 years to the builder, remodeler, or developer member who has done the most for the betterment of his community.
Webster recently served as Builder Captain for a HomeAid expansion project for The Family Place, a shelter in Dallas for victims of domestic violence and their children. This 9,671 sq. ft. project added a 4-bedroom apartment, three 3-bedroom apartments, a multipurpose room, counseling area and parking lot to the existing facility.
He is a regular contributor to organizations that are important to both him and his employees including the 4-H, the Lake Highlands Junior Women’s League, the Children’s Cancer Fund, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Ducks Unlimited and Park Cities Quail. An Eagle Scout, he was troop leader for the Boy Scouts of America for many years. He is active with St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church and its various ministries.
Earlier this year, Webster participated in the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s North Dallas Executive Lock-Up and contributed to the the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Dallas’ Blondes Vs. Brunettes powder puff football fund-raiser.
In addition, he currently serves on the board of directors of the Collin County Municipal Utility District No.1, is a member of the City of Dallas Fire Code Advisory Board, serves on the Dallas Housing Task Force, and as First Vice President of the Home Builders Association of Greater Dallas.