May 17, 1940 – February 20, 2021
Judith Faye Williams, 80 years old, of Iowa Park, passed from this earthly life to her heavenly home on February 20, surrounded by her loving family. She was known to everyone who knew her as MiMi.
MiMi was born in rural Wichita County on May 17, 1940, the eleventh child of fourteen born to John Robert “China” Stewart and Belle Marie Harmon.
She spent her childhood and teen years in the Kamay and Valley View communities, and married the love of her life, Felton Williams, on October 27, 1962 in First Baptist Church in Kamay, Texas. To this union were born two children, son Curtis and daughter Kimberly. They spent their married life in Valley View. Mimi retired from serving as secretary at three locations of Iowa Park Schools after thirty-one years of faithful service. She was loved by “her” children and respected by her peers. She would be seen holding one of the students on her lap, as the most important part of her job was providing comfort, understanding, and security to the children.
Mimi’s life was truly a life well lived. She dedicated her life to her family, providing a warm and inviting home for her husband and children. Even while working, she found time to make memories with her treasured family. She was an avid Hawks fan, and never missed a grandchild’s sporting event. She was a quilter, liked to read, and enjoyed watching cooking shows on TV, as she was an excellent cook herself and could have hosted a show of her own! She was involved in the creation of two cookbooks. One was dedicated to her by the schools, and the other was the Stewart Family Cookbook. Her countenance clearly glowed with happiness and contentment, and her most beautiful smiles could be seen when surrounded by her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. As much as she loved and cherished her husband, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, she loved her Lord and served Him faithfully.
Those remaining to cherish her memory are her husband Felton Williams; son Curtis Williams and wife Donna of Iowa Park; daughter Kimberly Price and husband Shawn of Iowa Park; grandchildren Dustin Williams of Burkburnett; Jeremy Williams and wife Meagan of Iowa Park; Troy Williams and wife Moriah of Kerrville, Texas; Faye Goodyear and husband Paul of Louisville, Kentucky; Russell Price of Louisville, Kentucky; great grandchildren Rody Williams, Collier Williams, Reese Williams, Joe Rhett Williams, Lincoln Williams and Hudson Williams; and countless nieces, nephews, former students and friends who all loved Mimi.
A celebration of Mimi’s life is scheduled Friday, February 26, at 10:00 am at Faith Baptist Church in Iowa Park, with visitation at Dutton Funeral Home on Thursday, February 25, from 5:00-7:00 PM.
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February 28, 2021
Praying for all of the family, she was sweet lady, I know she will be missed dearly,
much hugs and prayers
The Brady Family
February 24, 2021
Judy was a good friend who is loved by many! My heart hurts for all of you, and your precious family is in my thoughts and prayers!
February 23, 2021
Sorry for your loss. Such a sweet woman.
February 23, 2021
Sorry to hear about Judy's passing Felton. We all sure had a lot of good times back in the day. I lost Frances a year and a half ago. Sure miss my cook. Love you guys.
February 23, 2021
Judy was one in a million ladies
I have ever known to be so loving
and kind hearted to everyone she
met. For me I will never forget her smile, and that chuckle laugh she had ever time I talked to her.
We had some good times at good
ole Valley View.
To the family I send my condolences of your loss.
Everyone loved Judy💕🙏