Wm. R. Chase & Son Funeral Home

737 Chenango Street, Port Dickinson, NY


Lois L. Williams

May 6, 1942May 2, 2020

Lois L. Williams, 77, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family on Saturday, May 2, 2020. She was predeceased by her parents, George & Avolyn Wasley and her husband of 49 years, Robert J. Williams. She is survived by her loving children, Gwen & Ed Mungo, Dan Williams, David & Tonya Williams; grandchildren, Gina, Brock, Avolyn and her mother, Jessica, Axel, Ashley & Jeff; great grandson, Henry; siblings, Shirley & Ron, Carol & Brian, George, Mary & Steve, Jaye & Barry; siblings-in-law, Ronnie & Lorraine, Connie & Brad; aunt, Doris; several nieces and nephews; her dog, Penny and her cat, Lily. Lois was a longtime member of the Chenango Bridge United Methodist Church where she tended to the gardens, taught Sunday school and decorated for the holidays. She was a graduate of the Windsor High School Class of 1960 and retired from UHS after many years of service. She will be remembered for her love of her family, gardening, and decorating her home and yard for Christmas for all to enjoy. Not only did she take time to smell the roses, she also enjoyed planting them for others. We wish to extend a special thank you to Dr. Harris and the entire staff at Broome Oncology and Lourdes Hospice. Services will be announced at a later time. Kindly consider memorial contributions in Lois' name to the Fenton Free Library, 1062 Chenango Street, Binghamton, NY 13901.


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Tina Lavoie

May 8, 2020

Where do I begin...a wonderful woman has passed...Lois was the best neighbor anyone could be lucky to know. She always had a pleasant demeanor. She was so proud of her family. I often asked if there was anything I could help her with and she would politely say "my family is really good at taking care of me." I knew she was right, as I have witnessed with my own eyes countless times...Gone are our conversations of gardening, or how the giant woodpecker would create such a racket in the early morning hours...I may not be able to walk with her to admire her koi pond, or her Clematis, but I am eternally grateful for the lilies and Hibicus she gifted me with, because for me, part her spirit resides within...My wish for the family..is peace and comfort in knowing that Lois lived a good life, not by chance, but because of the love and nurturing that came full circle....

Ellen Clark

May 5, 2020

I had the pleasure of meeting Lois quite a few years ago since I worked with her son Dan. He always spoke so highly of his mother. My deepest sympathy to the family.

Phyllis Calhoun

May 4, 2020

Williams Family:
I am so very sorry for your loss. I worked with Lois at UHS for some years and it was a pleasure to know her. Lois was a wonderful woman who truly loved her family. She was great to work with and I had a lot of fun with her. She will be missed! I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

Rose Hassett

May 4, 2020

I worked with Lois for many years at UHS and I can honestly say that she was the nicest person I have ever worked with. She was so sweet and kind...she had the most beautiful smile ! The world was a much better place with her in it! I am so sorry for your loss.

Janet Updike

May 4, 2020

Dear Williams Family:

I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Lois for many years at UHS. She was a lovely lady and a pleasure to work with. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Janet Updike


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