Linda Faye Morris Williams

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  • "Mom, I miss you so much! Thank you for everything you did..."
    - Cindy Williams
  • "My condolences go out to your family. May "the God of all..."
  • "Cyndi, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom!..."
    - Erica
  • "I love you very much grandma."
    - Ashley Williams
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Linda Faye Morris Williams was born in Houston, Texas on March 17th 1948 and passed away in The Woodlands, Texas on November 17th 2012. Linda grew up in North Houston and in June 1967 she married David Ronald "Ronnie" Williams. They lived and worked in The Woodlands and had their daughter in 1973 and their son in 1975. In 1984 they moved to Willis, TX when Linda pursued her career as an accountant with TDCJ. In 1995 Linda graduated with Honors on the Dean's List in the top 10% of her class at Sam Houston State University where she majored in Psychology and Minored in English to advance her writing skills.

Linda was extremely blessed to have seen her daughter's daughter born, and see her son get married and have his three children. She felt very blessed to have lived with and helped in raising one of her granddaughters and to have loved and spent time with all four of her grandchildren as they have grown into bright, beautiful kids.

Linda loved to paint, read and write and always loved to learn, which she was able to share with her kids and grandchildren. Throughout her life, Linda had an unconditional and undying love for her family and no matter what happened, her children and then grandchildren always came first.

Proceeded in death by her beloved sister, Barbara Morris; and her husband, Ronnie Williams.

Linda leaves behind her daughter, Cynthia "Cindy" Jean Williams and granddaughter, Ashley Nicole Williams; her son, David Ronald Williams; daughter-in-law, Jenny Annette Williams; granddaughter, Monica Myra Williams; grandson, David Ronald Williams Jr.; granddaughter, Madison Renae Williams; and her beloved Beagle, Freckles.

Mom, we will love you always, cherish all of the memories you so lovingly gave us and continue to teach our kids the same values and traditions you instilled in us so many years ago. Cindy and Dave & Jenny


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Published on yourconroenews.com from Dec. 1 to Dec. 14, 2012