With our LOVE & Prayers,
Barbara, Ayinde & Ain
Just heard about your mom. May god bless you and your family
I only knew Lori for a brief time, but I valued her friendship immensely. Rest well my friend, I will always think of you fondly. --Butch
I'm sorry for your loss. Relish in the memories of your mom and laugh when you tell stories.
I am so sorry to hear about dear Lori's passing today. I met Lori when she and I worked for Sacramento County in the 70's and 80's. She was a vivacious outgoing friend that did not know a stranger. She had a great sense of humor and was the life of the party. Lori was dependable and someone that you could confide in. She had a beautiful voice and sang a song at my daughter's wedding reception and other occasions.
My utmost sympathy goes out to Crystal and Kat who have lost such a dear mother.
Big sister, we know you are having a great reunion.
Today we sent you off. I am sure you noticed Susan, Donna, Sally and I ..."your kids" giggling about some of our past memories with you at the helm. You were a wonderful role model for us and we learned how to be better people because of your caring and loving nature. Susan called you a force of nature...true story! Today was a labor of love Mother Williams. Rest in peace.
May your family be comforted with your memories and Gods Love. In our prayers and love. Your Texas cousin,Janet and Max.
Lori was a dear friend of mother's Barbara at Sunrise and was there for me during and after my mother's passing. Lori had such and young and joyful spirit.
My sweet friend, i will always love you and know we will meet and be together again. Edie
What can I say, to really know her is to LOVE her! Lori was my west coast Mom and I will always love her.
Lori you will never be forgotten and always watched out for your "kids"
I first met Lori in 1981 when I interviewed for a clerk position. The last question she asked me in the interview was, “Do you know how to cook?” When I told her I was better at baking than cooking, she said, “Great! We have goody day every Friday. You'll fit in nicely.” Her last comment was,”I don't usually hire someone without probation, but I'm going to take a risk because I think you will be a good addition to my group.”
Lori loved her “kids” and most of the time we loved her back. With Mother Williams as the matriarch and Susan as our big sister, good or bad… we were more like a family than a team of clerical staff. We were blessed to have her take us under her wings and we are probably still there but now under her angel wings. Rest in peace Mother Williams and thank you for all you nurtured and also for taking that risk.