Patricia Anne (Garrett) Williams (1931 - 2017)

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Beloved wife, mother & grandmother, Patricia Anne (Garrett) Williams, left us on July 16, 2017. She joins her husband, Donald, in heaven, and is survived by her son Kenneth, and daughters Elizabeth, Diane, and Linda. She also leaves behind grandson Michael (Kenneth & Karen), and granddaughters Bria (Elizabeth), Riva & Brenna (Diane) and Chelsea (Linda). She enjoyed spending time with her 9 great-grandchildren.
She was born in Twin Falls, Idaho, and lived in Idaho until moving to Juneau, Alaska for her high school years. After her marriage to Don, they lived in Anchorage, Alaska while he finished his Army service, and then moved to Seattle to start their family. They eventually moved to Kenmore where they raised their kids and lived in retirement. Patricia was close to her neighbors and enjoyed their friendships.
She will be remembered as a woman of faith, and a strong Christian who felt strongly about reaching out to others in need. Bird watching was a favorite activity, and she kept bird feeders in the yard and spent countless hours at the windows, bird books in hand. She enjoyed various arts & crafts, and especially loved quilting, frequently attending quilting retreats at Camp Huston in Gold Bar, where she made many friends and enjoyed times of fellowship. Her children & grandchildren have received personalized quilts, made with love and are a special memory of her.
Published in The Juneau Empire from Aug. 10 to Sept. 9, 2017