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“I love and miss you Uncle Robert. Tell everyone hi for me ”
1 of 4 | Posted by: Wanda Williams Ryan - Pecos, TX

“So sorry for your loss Deanna. Praying for you and your family. Rejoicing that he is at home with the Lord now. ”
2 of 4 | Posted by: Debi Stevens - Pasco, WA - Friend

“Robert & I were so much alike that our mother often called me "Robert." Although we were eight years apart in age, we were very close. Even his kids...Read More »
3 of 4 | Posted by: Donald Willikams - Brother

“I know he was loved by so many! Even Jailyn call him Papaw. My Dad left us much too early. Let the memories of having him for so long, bring...Read More »
4 of 4 | Posted by: Jerelyn Biorn - Burbank

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Robert Howard Williams went to see Jesus on March 14,2019 at the Chaplanicy Hospice House in Kennewick, WA.
There will be a private family service with an open house to follow on Saturday, March 24th from 12pm-2pm at his daughters house, 620 Ringhoff Rd., Burbank, WA.and at a later date He will be taken to Merkel, TX for his final resting place.
Robert was born on September 8,1935 to Everett and Jimmie Williams in Southland, TX. He grew up and spent most of his life in Merkel and Abilene, TX where he was a long time employee as a cook for Papa Bears Restaurant.. Robert moved to Burbank, WA in 2004 to be near his daughter and was Papaw to many of her daycare kids and he loved spoiling them with ice cream and candy.
Survivors include three sons: Robert (Andy) Williams of Kilgore, TX, John Williams of Abilene, TX and Jimmy and wife Angie Williams of Kilgore, TX. One daughter DeAnna and husband Randy Dickenson of Burbank, WA. one brother Don Williams of Little Rock, AZ , sister May Loflin of McAllen, TX, 18 grandchildren and many great and great grandchildren.
He was proceeded in death by two daughters: Gayla Williams and Tammy Williams, parents Everett and Jimmie Williams, seven brothers, 2 still born, Grady Williams, Sidney Williams, Pat Williams, Danny Williams, and Jerry Don Williams