George D. Williams

George D. Williams

Feb. 1928 – Feb. 2021

George was born in Missouri to George and Lucille Williams and passed away at the age of 93.  He was a professional cowboy and also worked as a contractor and carpenter for many years.

He is survived by his children Shirley Rodgers, Mike Williams, Ben (Randa) Williams and Sam (Becky) Williams; grandchildren Willie Armstrong, Danny Armstrong, Travis Williams, Nick Williams, Cody Williams, Ashley Williams, Ryan Williams, Julie Von Berckefeldt and Shelley Fliflet and numerous great grandchildren.  George was preceded in death by his first wife Betty Williams and more recently by his wife Mary Williams, son Dave Williams, and siblings Frank Williams and Mary Lancaster .

Memorial contributions can be made in his memory to Community Hospice.

A celebration of George’s life will be held at Allen Mortuary on Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 1:00p.m.

A livestream link to view the celebration of life:   https://viewlogies.net/allen/cVFhnP6NI PIN: 150656

7 Comments

  • Susan Panter McBride March 3, 2021 5:46 pm

    Our loss is Heavens gain! Mr. George you raised a family, you worked hard. All to support your family. You
    Are a good man! Now go rest with Jesus. God has blessed you, Susan Panter-McBride

  • Miriam casey March 3, 2021 5:54 pm

    I only met George 1 time but it was a honor

    Glad to have met him may he Rest In Peace and god’s presence

  • Rick Weder March 4, 2021 3:19 am

    It was an honor to know George and call him my friend. My memories of Mr. George Williams will always stay with me no matter where I go and what I do!

  • Angela Gardner March 4, 2021 3:24 pm

    Uncle De thank u for all the wonderful memories from my child hood,letting us stay the summers and the best family reunions,u will be missed ,u were a great man with lots of love,I love u …Angela

  • Joanne Mello March 4, 2021 4:15 pm

    My hole childhood was surrounded by my uncle Dee & Family what a treasure those memories are you will be missed your memories will always be in my heart….

  • John Gardner March 4, 2021 5:19 pm

    Unc Dee you taught me so many things. Your crossing over has me very sad i didnt get to say goodbye i am ashamed for not making it down to see you reason being is that you mean more to me than most everything i cherrish forever all the time i spent with you when i was a kid showed me how to ride and rope on a horse how to deal with my anger issues. Plus so many other things im truely greatful i Love you with all my heart and i will never….ever forget you. Say hi to jesus for me and let him know that i still dont like tomatos. Love forever yor great nephew and. Save me a spot next to you up there in our lords kindom. Sincerely johnny gardner

  • Christine Williams March 5, 2021 6:48 am

    I have fond memories of my cousin George Dee, whom I called Uncle Dee. His ranch was a real fun place to visit growing up!! I loved your Shetland pony “Pizza”.
    You will be dearly missed

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