Endicott - Nancy Wendolyn Webster Elsbree stepped through the veil and into her heavenly reward to meet her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on March 1, 2021 at Ideal Senior Living Center Endicott NY. Nancy was born in Endicott NY on July 19,1937 the daughter of Roger and Barbara (Sutton) Webster. She is predeceased by her parents, and her beloved husband of 62 years William Elsbree, a son Damon Roger, and a brother Monte (Judy) Webster. She is survived by a son Deron (Angela) Elsbree of Edenton NC, daughter Doreen (Jeff) Masella of Syracuse, NY, daughter in law Krista (Russ) Story of Barton, NY and a brother Bruce (Kathie) Webster of Smyrna NY, Aunt Winnie (Victor)Andrews of Vestal, and many well-loved cousins, nieces and nephews. Also surviving are eight grandchildren Dan (Lyndsey) Elsbree of Charleston, Chris Elsbree of Edenton, NC, Allison Harrison, Andrea (Ronald) Brower, Amanda (Jeremy) Wagner of Syracuse NY, Nicholas, Jacob and Olivia Elsbree of Barton NY and two great grandchildren Marley Rose Harrison And Cooper Joseph Brower of Syracuse. Nancy graduated from Vestal High School in 1955 and Lowell Business School where she perfected the art of shorthand and worked at IBM. Nancy and Bill were married in 1957. Nancy was the ultimate mother and homemaker, she enjoyed cooking, gardening, and photography. Nancy and Bill spent their winters in Florida with family and friends and owned and operated the Oasis RV Park for 24 years, but their favorite place to be was at their summer camp on Hinckley Reservoir where they made many memories with their family, friends and grandchildren. Nancy was a "talker" and always showed a genuine interest in others. Nancy had a gift to find humor in any situation and was an exhorter to all she met. Nancy and Bill were members of Tracy Creek Memorial Church for many years and most recently members of Valley View Alliance Church in Vestal. Family will receive friends at Coleman and Daniels Funeral Home, LLC 765 Main St, Vestal on Sunday from 1-2PM, followed by a service at 2. Burial will be in the Spring in Tracy Creek Cemetery.