Pilar Williams

3 octobre 195311 janvier 2021

Pilar (Maria) Williams passed away in Chandler, Arizona on January 11, 2021. She was born in Madrid, Spain to parents Clementino and Petra Pascual on October 3, 1953. A Celebration of Life will be held in her honor on Monday, February 8th at 2:00 p.m. at the Gazebo at Valley of the Sun Mortuary and Cemetery, 10940 E Chandler Heights Road, Chandler, Arizona 85248. In lieu of attending in person, you are invited to join us in remembering her life and spirit via Facebook Livestream.



Pilar Williams


Mary Mendoza

4 mars , 2021

I remember when we celebrated her birthday at the casino she was so happy. We always got together for lunch and catch up on what was going on. I miss my friend.

Marie Patterson

8 février , 2021

For Sean and all of Pilar's family,

Such a beautiful and touching celebration of life service honoring Pilar. May the fragrance of memories be a tissue for your tears, give you strength and comfort, and always lead you back to all the love, smiles and laughter you shared. Rest in peace Pilar, rest in peace. 🙏💕🙏

Patty Crumrine

8 février , 2021

I wanted to share this picture of Pilar playing with these piglets. I have always loved this picture because it shows how beautiful Pilar was inside and out. She loved animals like I do and we shared that. I can hear her laughing with joy at the wonder of these cute little guys. I keep this picture up in my house and it always makes me smile. Love love love you Tia.

Pete Fraser

8 février , 2021

I was lucky enough to know and work with Pilar for over 15 years. She was always in a good and high spirited mood. We spent lots of time together as co-workers and as friends. She would always speak of her son and how proud she was of the man he had become. You could tell she was a great mother and good friend. My heart was broken when I saw the announcement of her passing knowing that she had just begun the reward of all those years of hard work. She will be missed.
My condolences to her family and friends, including all the people she touched during her time at Honeywell.

Patty Crumrine

8 février , 2021

I love this old pic of Pilar with some piglets. She and I shared a love of animals

Vesna LaRue

8 février , 2021

I have so many sweet memories of Pilar❤️We worked together and enjoyed our time together for many years. Right now only tears and broken heart. I love you my friend❤️

Mari Carmen Alvarez

8 février , 2021

En estos momentos de dolor por la perdida de mi prima Pilar,os mando mi más sentido pesame.
Un fuerte abrazo a hijo y hermanas

Mari Carmen

Dan Minguez

8 février , 2021

My aunt Pilar is an awesome person! She and I are only 9 years apart and we understand each other and have a special connection. I can't remember a visit or phone conversation that has not resulted in both of us laughing our heads off. She has that loud, contagious laugh that comes from the heart. And after the visit or phone call is over you feel better about yourself, happier somehow.
She loves her family, her son specially. You can feel the pride every time she mentions his name. Loves animals and is passionate about things she believes in.
I love her very much.
Her physical presence will be missed, but she lives on in my mind and in my heart. I hear her laughter as I write this note, and yes, I feel better. Thank you Pilar!

Ian McKillop

4 février , 2021

My name is Ian McKillop and I was Pilar’s last manager at Honeywell. It felt very special getting to help celebrate her 40th anniversary at Honeywell and last day with the company as she moved into retirement. Her energy, humor and attitude was often the only thing that got me through tough days at the office.

After her retirement, we became real friends. She even got to meet my wife before she headed off to Arizona. We stayed in contact as I got to hear about her buying a new car, a new home, attempts at dating, her strong political views and general life with no work. We often discussed visiting her once travel was again safe. We are completely saddened by her sudden passing. Pilar felt like part of our family. While I was wish there was more time with her, I am grateful for the small part of her life we got to share and the joy she brought.

Pilar we love and miss you.