Kingwood Funeral Home

22800 Highway 59 North, Kingwood, TX


Clay Williams

June 8, 1969January 18, 2020

Clay is preceded in death by his mother, Nancy Williams and a son, Richard Steincke.

He is survived by his Wife, Tabatha Williams; Children: Brooklynn Williams, Raelynn Williams , Shelby McCluskey (Blake), Ashley Hebert (Jacques), Wesley Williams (Anita), Tuff Williams, Shonda Booher (Stephen), Summer Thompson (Randy), Chad Farr (Brooke); Grandchildren: Caleb, Brayden, Parker, Oaklee, Jackson, Harley, Elli, Conner, Peyton, Zane, Holden, Courtney, Zach, Brandon, Ashtyn; Father, Melvin Williams, Siblings: Tammy Cheshire (Joel), Duane Williams (Kerri) and Lester Williams (Rose); Father-in-law, Ronnie Streetman; Mothers of his older children; Shannon Williams and Vickie Langley; Numerous nieces, nephews and friends also survive.


  • Caleb Postoak
  • Wesley Williams
  • Tuff Williams
  • Lester Williams
  • Duane Williams
  • Chad Farr
  • Jacques Hebert
  • Ashley Hebert
  • Ronnie Streetman, Honorary


  • Graveside Services & Interment

    Friday, January 24, 2020


Clay Williams

have a memory or condolence to add?

Aunt Birdie Hinds

January 23, 2020

I wish we could have seen you more through the years. I’ll always treasure the time you spent with us when you were younger. I know how much Jon loved you and I’m so glad yall spent time together in the summer riding the river. I’ll always love you and your brothers and sister. May you rest in Gods arms my sweet nephew. Love, Aunt Birdie

Dawn Connery

January 21, 2020

Here’s the picture for my memory, finally found it

Dawn Connery

January 21, 2020

I finally found the pic that goes with my memory

Dawn Connery

January 21, 2020

Clay and I have been friends since grade school. I have many memories of him, he was always kind and caring. I haven’t spoken to him in person in sometime but we did exchange some of fb - I will miss his fun responses. The last time I saw him was a mini reunion at a fundraiser for Kenny, he brought along his son. I won’t be able to make the service and I am sorry about that but know that he was loved by many.
May God wrap his arms around Clay’s family and give you peace and strength in this tough time.

Tommy Blair

January 21, 2020

To many memories to pick from Clay you always made life so much fun when we got together some of the things you said or done made me laugh so hard still can't believe it. Clay you will always be with me no matter . Just thought I was lost now I really will be . Love you cuzz tell our momma's love for me . This is so hard . Take care make em laugh like only you can

Wanda Cheshire

January 20, 2020

Clay, you were taken unexpectedly and way too soon.
Many will miss you at birthday celebrations, Thanksgiving, Christmas, anniversary,etc.
I loved your fried turkey. Glad you shared your expertise with others (Morgan Gantz paid close attention for which I’m thankful.)
Above memories are from your many nieces/nephews (many of whom are our grandchildren. They ALL loved their Uncle Clay!
Melvin, Tammy, (Duane and Lester) what sweet, wonderful memories you all must have!
So glad you all were privileged to have so many good times/memories together!
Ken (Poppa) and Wanda (Memaw) Cheshire

Pam Long

January 20, 2020

Clay, you and I were your Uncle Duane's best ranch hands ever.I love you.

Shonda Booher

January 20, 2020

My heart is broken. Just broken. You promised to be here forever. I love you daddy.


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