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Lewis Bryan Williams

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Lewis Bryan Williams Obituary
Services for Lewis Bryan Williams,age 91, of Sweetwater will be at 10a.m Friday, September 23 at McCoy Chapel of Memories with Rev. Chris Stephens officiating.
Interment will be at Crews Cemetery near Winters under the direction of McCoy Funeral Home in Sweetwater.
Visitation will be from 6p.m to 7:30p.m Thursday evening at McCoy Funeral Home.
Williams died Monday, September 19,2016 at Rolling Plain Hospital in Sweetwater.
He was born June 19,1925 in Crews. Williams married Geraldine "Jerry" Smith on September 14,1946 in Sweetwater.
Lewis was a member of Broadway Baptist Church. He was a veteran of W.W. II serving in the U.S. Navy. He moved to Sweetwater in 1945 and went to work for U.S. Gypsum. After working over forty years, he retired as Quarry Superintendent. Lewis then turn his life to enjoying more time with his family, The Gideons, his Church, his Inmate ministry at Nolan County Jail, and all Masonic organizations. His long time masonic history included Past Master of Sweetwater Lodge #571, Past Master of Fisher County Lodge # 703, Past Commander of Sweetwater Commandry #89, the Red Cross of Constintine, York Rite College, and York Rite Chapter & Council. He was a member of Waco Scottish Rite Bodies where he was selected to be a 33rd degree Mason and was a member of Suez Shrine Temple in San Angelo. He past Worthy Patron of Mamie D. Crane #1018 Order of the Eastern Star and a member of The Tranquility Masonic Lodge established when man walked on the Moon.
Survivors include one daughter,Jackie Page of Sweetwater, TX, two grandchildren Jason Guest & wife Heather of Abilene, Jared Guest of Sweetwater, TX ; three great grandchildren: Hannah Guest of Abilene, TX, Jacob Guest of Sweetwater, TX and Keeli Guest of Abilene, TX.; One Brother Billy Ray Williams & wife Mickie of Cleburne,TX? ;Sister-in-law Joy Wheat and Williams special companion: (his dog) "Dixie"
He was preceded in death by his wife Jerry Williams on July 12, 2012.
Pall bearers will be His Masonic Brothers.
The family request memorials be made to Broadway Baptist Church, 710 East Third St., Sweetwater, TX 79556 or one's favorite charity
Online condolences may be expressed at www. mccoyfh.com
Published in Sweetwater Reporter on Sept. 22, 2016
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