Alan-Williams-Obituary

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Alan Ray Williams

Taylor, Texas

Aug 6, 1944 – Jan 30, 2021 (Age 76)

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BORN
August 6, 1944
DIED
January 30, 2021
AGE
76
LOCATION
Taylor, Texas

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Providence Funeral Home - Taylor Obituary

Alan Ray Williams, 76, of Taylor passed away Saturday, January 30, 2021.  He was born August 6, 1944 to A.R. and Dorothy Williams.  He has a brother Charles Williams and a sister Wanda Sanders.  He was married to Patricia Bernhardt on September 18, 1964 at First Baptist Taylor. He had two daughters, Monica married to James Lefner and Melissa married to J.T. Stone.  He had two granddaughters Ashley Stone and Rebecca Lefner.  He has one great-granddaughter Violet Munos. 


A Celebration of Life will be held at 2:00pm on Saturday, February 6, 2021 at the First Baptist Church on Mallard Lane, Taylor, TX.


 

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Sending prayers for the family...I know he will be missed by many....May God comfort you in your time of sorrow....

Alan was a committed and faithful servant of our Savior and Lord. He was kind, generous, loving, and always ready to reach out and help others. We will miss him in Sunday School, worship services, and Prime Timer activities. Our prayers are with Pat and their family.

Were very sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you Missy and your whole family.....Keep his memories close to your heart........

My deepest sympathy goes out to Pat and family. Alan was a very nice person. May he rest in peace.

Dearest Pat, Monica, Melissa, Charlie and Wanda and the entire family. I am so very sorry for your loss. We have such great memories of First Baptist Church. We had such a great Church Family. All of you will be in my prayers and I send love and hugs to all of you. May God give you Peace and wrap His arms around you.

Had the great pleasure of knowing and working with Alan. I learned
a lot from him, and the almost daily rides to Houston area to jobsites
were fun and interesting. RIP Brother Alan. You have completed your race.
Praying for the family and friends.

My deepest sympathy for Family and Friends. I worked with Alan many years ago and hate to say I haven’t seen him since he came to visit company for some business. Alan always seemed like the Father figure at work. He always had such a calm, sweet personality and always there to help figure things out. Sending Prayers

Alan was one of the kindest people that I had the opportunity to go to school with. Those who knew him will truly miss him. Our prayers and sympathy to the family and those who knew him well.

Doug and Jan Ruthven

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Prayers for all of you.