OldeWebster.com has a staff of professionals who are lifetime residents
- Carla Manzi, email@example.com
- Jim Manzi, firstname.lastname@example.org
Carla is a real estate broker and daughter of Jim and
Theresa Manzi. Jim Manzi is one of the unofficial historians of the town
with an exhaustive collection of artifacts, documents, photographs and
postcards of the early years of the town.
- Chad Pepin,
Creative, imaginative, patient, generous, talented,
hardworking, honest - no he's not a Boy Scout - he's Chad Pepin our Web
master and all around technology wizard. Having been blessed w/artistic
ability AND technological savvy, Chad has been producing art since he
was old enough to put crayon to paper. He has progressed to graphic artist
to graphic designer to marketing and advertising specialist for an international
corporation. His link to oldewebster.com is his sincere interest in his
hometown and its colorful history. While living in Belgium several years
ago, he went to the web to look up his hometown to share with his co-workers.
The lack of any internet presence for the Town of Webster was disappointing.
Upon his return to the US and Webster, Chad remained as a consultant for
the Belgium company. In due time, his creative juices in high gear, he
hung out his own shingle "Indigrafix".
In a series of "timing is everything" events, Chad has now located
his office at 154 Thompson Road, "the center of our universe"
where he frequents the real estate office owned by Herman F. Becker and
managed by Carla Manzi.
As the story continues, Chad and Carla
share more than early years at the Webster Public Library. Conversations
revealed a shared interest in preserving and publishing the early history
of the town as well as an appreciation for the conversations and reminiscing
of our older citizens. A web site would be a perfect venue for this idea
as well as encouraging others to share the memories of their youth. Through
the generosity of Jim Manzi, former Times editor and present T & G
columnist Ed Patenaude, the editing skills of Carla and the web genius
oldewebster.com is now a reality.
This site is for the entertainment of our Webster residents and is not
an educational or historic tool. The accuracy of information on this site
is based on past newspaper articles and stories submitted by our readers.
Our mission is to create a "digital coffee table book", rather
than an online reference tool. We hope you truly enjoy OldeWebster.com!
If any information appears incorrect, feel free to contact our editor
and we will be happy to change or update any info on this site.
Oldewebster.com is built from bits and pieces of Webster's past through
our generous contributing authors. If you wish to contribute any new material,
we will add you to the authors list, and also list your name on each piece
following, dated as late as 1960 or 1970:
Photographs - all kinds
Movies - converted to videotape (VHS)
Newspapers and newspaper articles
Business Stationary, or receipts
And especially... old stories written by YOU. We don't care how you submit
- Microsoft word, text, or pen-and napkin... we want to hear your stories.
Please restrict material to Webster and Dudley Massachusetts
All submitted material will be copied and returned in its original condition.
Any material which is personal or controversial in nature will not be