Wilmetta June Dye Williams, age 74, of Marble Falls Texas, died on Sunday, March 20 of an extended illness. Born on Jan. 24, 1937 in Siloam Springs, Arkansas to Leeman and Nina. Mrs. Williams graduated from Siloam Springs High School, attended Hillcrest Medical Center School of Nursing, and served in the United States Air force.
June is survived by her husband, Robert Williams of Marble Falls, Texas; her daughter, Twyla Brown and her husband Bill of Round Rock, Texas; her son, Randy Clark and his wife Debbie, also of Marble Falls. She is also survived by her grandchildren; Jonathan and Emily Brown of Houston, Texas; Justin and Kimberly Brown of Georgetown, Texas; Joseph and Sara Brown of Norfolk Virginia, Bethany and George Azaletey of Round Rock ; Tiffany and Ryan Anders of Pflugerville, Texas; Jeremy Brown of Round Rock; Cody Clark of Granite Shoals, Texas; Bryan and Melia Strong of Graham; Texas, Reagan and Sue Ann Strong of Kingsland, Texas and her siblings; Howard and Cheryl Dye of Green Valley, Arizona, Glenda Myrick and Lou Burris of Wilmington, Delaware; Alvin Hall, Delbert and Carol Hall, and Larry and Helen Hall of Siloam Springs.
Mrs. Williams was a loving follower of Christ and strongly believed in the power of prayer. She loved to knit, was a published photographer, and was an extremely proud and loving "Nonnie" to all of her grandchildren. Her High School yearbook said it well when they noted that June was "A girl with a heart as big as her name and a friendliness that will bring her fame."
The funeral will be held at 10am on Saturday, March 26, 2011 at Howell-Doran Funeral Home located at 1901 W. Wallace St. in San Saba, Texas. She will be laid to rest at Cherokee Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to June’s favorite charities, Samaritan’s Purse or the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
Special thanks go to Dr. Frank Courmier, Respiratory Therapist, Billy; and Nurses, Donna, Kathy, Aimee, and Cindy of the Intensive Care unit at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Temple, Texas who offered care and compassion beyond measure.