Alan Williams

Obituary
  • "Thank you."
    - Briee
  • "So Alan you probably dont remember me but we grew up down..."
    - Briee
  • "Thinking of you today and always son. It has been four..."
    - Mom
  • "Was just thinking about you Alan, you're definitely not..."
    - Jonathan Buckley
  • "Thinking of you, Alan! We miss you so much! Keep watching..."
    - Auntie Carolyn

Alan Michael Williams, 23, the son of Frank Alan Williams and Leslie Gayle Segi and Metotisi (Ski) Segi; brother of Megahn Lanell Williams and Tifa Moana Segi; uncle of Damion Aaron Daily; nephew of uncles Tom, Bill, Ron, Michael, Bob and aunts Carolyn, Margaret and Margie; and grandson of Faron Hindman and Donna Hargreaves, died Nov. 4, 2009, due to a sad and unfortunate accident. He had too many cousins to list but just as important nonetheless, as well as many, many friends.

A service will be at 1 p.m. today at Kehl's Legacy Funeral Home, 11621 Old Seward Highway in Anchorage. Fred Kehl will officiate.

Family and friends are invited to join in a celebration of life at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Kenai River Drifter's Lodge in Cooper Landing. Call the lodge at 907-595-5555 for further information.

Alan was born Feb. 9, 1986, at Humana Hospital in Anchorage. He grew up in Washington, where he attended elementary and high school in Maple Valley. Alan and his sister, Megahn, spent every summer and many other times in Alaska with their dad. He enjoyed hunting and fishing and loved the outdoors.

He had his GED and was in his first year of college, working toward a welding apprenticeship. He was a recent Alaska Firefighter Association graduate and recently had obtained Wildfire Fighting Certification with his cousin, Nick, and worked processing fish as well as assisting with his Dad's lodge in Cooper Landing.

His family wrote: "Alan was taken from us much too soon. He was well on his way to fulfilling his many goals and aspirations, but God's plans interrupted his earthly ambitions and he is now with the Lord."



Published in Anchorage Daily News from Nov. 10 to Nov. 11, 2009