Billy W Williams
August 6, 1929 – November 24, 2018
Billy Wayne Williams, 89, of Little Rock, went to be with the Lord on November 24th, 2018. He was born on August 6th, 1929 in Maynard, Arkansas to parents William Walter and Mary Williams. Billy was an active member of the LRBAD and Woods Club; and would be considered a true Southern outdoorsman - everything he owned was camo and whatever he killed was what the family was eating for dinner. His favorite food was fried catfish, crappie, hushpuppies and coleslaw. Billy did just about anything involving animals and the outdoors, including fishing, frog gigging, and hunting anything from deer to racoons - but his favorite were mallard ducks. After he met his wife, Linda, they ran off and got married on December 23rd, 1961 in Jacksonville, Arkansas and were blessed with 56 years together. Billy was a wonderful husband, Dad, PawPaw, brother and friend. He had a notoriously outgoing personality, loved to crack jokes and was just always fun to be around. Billy was preceded in death by his parents; 1 daughter: Christine Terrell; 3 sisters: Mary Williams, Lou Rogers, and Imogene Swaringin; and 2 brothers: Douglas and Junior Williams; and 1 grandson: Terry Newingham. He is survived by the love of his life: Linda; 3 daughters: Dollie and Bobbie Williams and Mary Haddock; 4 siblings: Jonell Shumate, Barbara (Fletcher) Davis, John (Patricia) and Clovis (Beth) Williams; 9 grandchildren: Ashley and Amanda Williams, David (Maria), and Tony (Samantha) Newingham, Shaun (Lindsay) Anderson, Andrew Allen, Casara (Ken) Latiolais, Emily (Matt) Middleton, and Krista (Kelly) Gideon, and 24 great grandchildren.
- Visitation Thursday, November 29, 2018
- Funeral Service Friday, November 30, 2018
- Committal Service Friday, November 30, 2018
Billy W Williams
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November 28, 2018
Uncle Billy. I love you and will miss you. I will never forget when I spent all my summer vacations with y’all. You always treat me like I was one of your own children and I love you for that. I love my aunt Linda so much too. I will never forget the mallard duck you gave me when I was a child. Oh I wish I knew where my stuffed duck was at. Fly high with the ducks uncle billy. You deserved your wings. I will miss you.... but will always cherish the memories. Love you so much. Rip!!! Xoxo 🤟 mwah 💋
November 28, 2018
Billy my brother as growing up with you, as known that we 20 years apart you taught me a lot of outdoor and fishing and you and Bob taught me sign language before I start school and what like living outside the world we went thru and really appreciate it. Love you forever my favorite brother..
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November 27, 2018
Paw Paw, I love you so much and I will make sure to keep things like you like them. I miss you but I know you are in the best place possible. Thank you for the love and support you have always given me. Thank you for the stability in my life you are the best paw paw a girl could ask for! I was very blessed to have you and for a long time I would ask God to keep you around because I can't do this life without you and he did and you seen a lot in your 89 years I am sorry that I was selfish but it was because I loved you so much I wanted you to be here so now I know you are truly happy and can walk like a young man again and hunt and fish you are the best until i see you again ill love you forever and always love CARA