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Burlingame, California

May 12, 1946 – Apr 12, 2019 (Age 72)


May 12, 1946
April 12, 2019


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Crosby-N. Gray & Co. - FD-96 Obituary

James Lee Williams, son of the late Lyle Williams and Ruthella Williams, was born in Clarinda, Iowa. He spent his first five years on a farm and moved to East Menlo Park in 1955. Graduated from Ravenswood High School in 1964. Married Anna McBride 4/9/66. Jim joined the U.S. Navy in 1966 and...

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I love you dad. Your loss has been hard to bare. One day we will meet again.

Rest peacefully old man. I will miss our Sunday talks tremendously.

"Jim, you will be missed and many times we cooked for post activities. RIP my friend and prayers upon your wife and family - until we meet again comrade!" Chester Palesoo Sr. Friend/Team Comrade, Redwood City

My sincere condolences for your great loss. May the God who "binds up the brokenhearted " and "comforts all who mourn", sustain your family during this challenging time. Isaiah 61:1,2.

Gina, many heartfelt condolences to you and your family from your friends and co-workers of the BPL staff.

My little Bro, As sad as I am right now, I am so very pleased for the life we shared as we were growing up. I think that the reason we were always so close was because we were only 14 months apart. We did do a lot of laughing over the things that happened in our lives, and I know that I will always cherish them the rest of my life. As I was going through the pictures I have of us a kids not one of them was by ourselves, we were always together, as it will be once again one day. I love you...

""Jim, I'm so glad I got to see you again in Ventura, CA Seabee Reunion 2015. 47 years later and you still looked the same just a little older. Your Brother in Christ. Blacky RC Blackmon

Sorry to see you go, your off on another great adventure, it was an honor to know Willy

Jim, my youngest brother, I am going to miss your sense of humor! You were a funny guy. I swear you never grew up. I especially loved your talent for painting. I think you made a darn good father too. I could see how much you loved all of your children and those grandkids. Rest in peace. Love you. Ann (Sissy #1)