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Judy Williams Judy Kay Rogers Williams, 62, passed away in her home in Austin Texas on December 16th, 2012 after a long and courageous battle with cancer. She was born to John and Margaret Rogers of College Station, Texas on April 16th, 1950. She attended grade school in College Station and high school at Churchill in San Antonio where she was Yearbook Editor and Salutatorian. In 1972, she graduated from the University of Texas with degrees in History & Education. She taught elementary school for many years and recently retired from an administrative job at Austin Westlake High School's The Learning Center, where she administered large doses of love and sunshine to students, teachers and parents. Her grandchildren were the center of her universe. She loved spending time with them and in fact, she couldn't walk past a children's store without picking out an outfit or buying a book. She loved family gatherings-especially the Williams family "programs" at Christmas when everyone performed. She could sing the harmony parts to any song. (It's speculated that as the youngest of four girls, the melodies were already taken so she had no choice.) She never met a stranger and was constantly surrounded by friends from every walk of life. Although she went to UT, she was a tried and true Aggie. As a child, she and her sisters could walk to an Aggie game and sit in the "knot hole" section for 50 cents. She got to see every game on TV this season and, in fact, was a very vocal supporter of Johnny "Football" and team. Judy is survived by Wally Williams, her husband, soul mate and singing partner of 39 years; their children, Johannah Mosel and husband Josh, Abbie Williams and Cole Williams-all of Austin; her son through marriage, Quinn Williams and wife Kim of College Station and grandchildren Shay, Kamai and Cade Williams and August, Adelaide and Graeme Mosel. She also leaves behind her sisters Lucy Baker of San Antonio, Jo Bergeron of Cedar Park and Shirley Wallace of Bryan. A life celebration will be held in the Austin area in mid to late January. If you wish to donate to the children of Haiti, as Judy did, visit Medair/Haiti: http://www.medair.org/en/donate-now/

Published in Austin American-Statesman on Dec. 30, 2012
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