Lenore welcomed people to University Presbyterian Church while working at the kiosk. One of the young men she worked with just told me she was one of the nicest people he ever met.In fact, this photo is cut from a picture of Lenore and Scott at the kiosk. Lenore was a gift to all who knew her at University Presbyterian Church.
We are sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort sustain you during your bereavement.
Sending our deepest condolences to the Williams family. Jane Suzick and I were fortunate to have known Lenore, and loved her contagious smile and warmth. Lenore was a very loving woman, who was very proud of her family. She will be deeply missed.
I attended and worked at University Presbyerian Church when Lenore volunteered there. She worked at the welcome desk, answering the phone and greeting all who came by with her wonderful 200watt smile. She was such a joy to know. Although it was painful to see her arthritic hands, she never said a word about it, I never heard her complain. She was always interested in others and just oozed joy. I also remember visiting her at Horizon House, where she again was her wonderful, welcoming self, sharing stories of her life and love. She was a treasure and will be missed. I am just glad to know I will see her again and that she is now in the presence of our Savior. Blessing,