Roberta Winifred Williams
October 20, 1919 – February 8, 2020
Roberta Winifred Williams, 100, passed away on February 8, 2020.
She was born October 20, 1919 in Worth County, MO., to Mable Ressie Killingsworth and Robert William Fletchall. She was the third of seven children and a high school graduate of Allendale High School.
Roberta was of the Baptist faith and last attended Welborn Community Church. She served on PTA boards and enjoyed bowling on a ladies league. Roberta was a homemaker and an amazing mom. She was also a strong lady; being a two time cancer survivor.
She worked at Camp Crowder at the Army PX during WWII. Roberta also worked as a bank teller in downtown KCK.
Roberta was preceded in death by her parents, five sisters and one brother; Etta Henry, Christena Kemper, Frances Barnhouse, Margaret Shannon, Deane Tipton, and Robert Fletchall, Jr.
She is survived by her husband, Wesley D. Williams; son, Darrel Williams and his wife Cherie; three grandchildren, Brandy Estes, Wesley S. Williams, and Allison C. Williams and five great grandchildren.
- She is survived by her husband, Wesley D. Williams; son, Darrel Williams and his wife Cherie; three grandchildren, Brandy Estes, Wesley S. Williams, and Allison C. Williams and five great grandchildren
- Wesley Scott Williams
- Kim Williams
- Chad Estes
- Tim Shannon
- Jim Shannon
- Dave Sternshein
- Visitation Friday, February 14, 2020
- Funeral Service Friday, February 14, 2020
- Graveside Service Friday, February 14, 2020
Roberta Winifred Williams
February 13, 2020
I remember Roberta from when our boys played ball, she was a great lady and a terrific Mother.
I also bowled on the same team as Roberta and we had such fun especially when we won the game!
I have not seen Roberta for some time but I have such fond memories of her and her family.
Bella Vista, AR
Gary Williams Judi Smith
February 12, 2020
Aunt Roberta was always so gracious and was always smiling. When we visited her and Uncle Wesley one time she shared some sweet potato pie with us that she had made. It was the absolute best we have ever had! We both loved her and will always remember her sweet smile and kind heart. She loved her dear Wesley so very much! You could tell by the way she would look at him! Rest in peace dear Aunt Roberta.... 😘💖
February 11, 2020
We lived by Aunt Roberta and Uncle Wes for 17 years. She gave me advice on cooking, kids, etc. about two weeks ago we had a good talk and she told me she loved me. She loved her family, and she so loved her Wesley.