OBITUARY

Susan Scott Williams

January 21, 1943September 12, 2020

Susan Scott Williams, age 77, of Round Rock, Texas passed away on Saturday, September 12, 2020 in Round Rock.

Susan Scott Williams was born on January 21, 1943 in Louisville, KY to Frances and John Scott. She married James Williams in Richmond, Texas on August 25, 1958 and received her LVN license. Susan and James moved to Austin, Texas in 1969 where she received her administrator license. She started working as the administrator of Retirement Nursing Center for 10 years until she became part owner of Retirement Nursing Center until she retired in 1984.

She was preceded in death by one son, Curtis Williams and one sister, Martha Scott Battle.

Survivors include her husband, James Williams. Two sons, Richard Williams and wife Karen of Round Rock, Texas and Ronald Williams of Round Rock, Texas; one daughter Connie and husband Alan Carey of Round Rock, Texas; one sister, Robin Scott of Austin, Texas; one sister-in-law Dorothy Williams of Round Rock, Texas; one niece, Cheryl Hamilton of Colorado Springs, Colorado; four nephews; one cousin; seven grandchildren, Tiffany, Dustin, Ryan, Daniel, Kinette, Katrina and Jeremy; and five great-grandchildren, Colt, LuLu, Hayden, Julie and Kel.

A private graveside service will be held on September 17, 2020. In lieu of flowers, we ask to please donate to American Cancer Society or a charity of your choice in Susan’s name.

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Pamela Hendrix- Wolan

September 17, 2020

I’m sorry for your loss.
Susan always had a big smile for me when I was a child and as an adult. She was very kind! I went to visit her with my grandma( aunt sis) one summer. Thinking of her and the trip now brings another big smile to me. I’m sure she is worshiping with all the family at the feet Jesus. May God bring you comfort during this time.
Pam

Linda Bristow

September 17, 2020

Susan was a very special person. We became good friends after I went to work for Retirement and Nursing Center. She was a very caring and supportive person. Then Susan, James, Dan and I became lifelong friends . We looked forward to our weekly meals out and many fun activities including just hanging out together. Susan and James were very creative and so much fun to be with. Among our favorite memories are the trips we took together before moves and grandchildren began multiplying. Our first was to Colorado where we spent a week in Winter Park then on to Vale and Ouray, where we rented a Jeep and took an exciting, tortuous ride over the mountain to Telluride and back. At Durango we took a beautiful scenic train ride to Silverton and back. After Susan retired she and James were spending time in Hawaii. Susan called and asked us to join them. So we did. We spent two joyous weeks touring Maui, Kauai, Hawaii and Oahu. When Dan and I retired the four of us took a month long trip. We camped up the West Coast from San Diego to Vancouver, B.C. There we boarded a cruise ship for the Alaskan Inside Passage. After returning to Vancouver, we spent several days sight-seeing in Victoria, including the exquiste Butchart Botanical Gardens. Upon leaving Victoria we took a ferry to Seattle, WA, where we spent time exploring, including Mt. St Helens. From there we headed home by way of Idaho, Salt Lake City, and the Arches National Park in Utah. On to Albuquerque, where we visited The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History. Then home. Among other cherished memories are the involvement we had in family life including our children's weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, and so many family occasions. Susan was an important part of our lives. We lost a great friend. She will be missed beyond words, but she will always be in our hearts and prayers. God Bless James and the Williams Family. We love you. Linda & Dan Bristow

Dave Bristow

September 16, 2020

A favorite memory of mine. I will never forget when I moved out to San Diego, after Graduating college ‘91. Susan and James were traveling up the California coast. They had stopped in San Diego and called me. It was so great. They asked me if I had sometime to spend and if I had any ideas. Boy did I. I had purchased one of those discounts books and saw a place for lunch and a half price coupon for a sail boat on Coronado Island. So, we went over to rent the boat. The guy at the boat rental place asked me if I had sailed a boat before. I said “Yes”. He didn’t ask how many times (once)! He said the winds were pretty active and would only rent it to and experienced sailor. I looked at James and saw a look of confidence. So, I said I was experienced. Susan was sitting up to the front of the boat, and I want to picture her with a big smile on her face as James and I tried to make sure we didn’t crash that boat into the bridge. We did barely bump into the Coronado Bay bridge., but there was no damage. Thank goodness for James. We laughed so much after that. That was so much fun. Susan was such a special lady!!! Loved her so much!!!

Yvonne Terry

September 16, 2020

I have so many great memories of Susan. I use to call her my angel. She was a friend and a confidant. I will never forget the time I baked her a carrot cake. When she cut her a piece she found a wad of paper towels in the cake. She thought that somehow I had mistakenly put a paper towel in the cake and frosted over it. Turns out James, her dear husband, had taken a chunk and filled the spot in with paper towels, and then covered the spot with frosting. Susan was more than just a friend, she was family to me. She always made me feel like family to her. She and James are 2 of the best people I know with the most beautiful hearts! I will miss her presence in my life, but the memories will never be forgotten! My heart and my prayers are with you all. I am so, so, sorry for your loss.

Jeani Emery

September 14, 2020

So sorry she was a nice lady

Gary Maness

September 13, 2020

I will always remember her great big smile and how when she laughed it was heartily. Rest in peace. And God bless the family.

Brenda Coneley

September 13, 2020

Susan was a lady that understood life. I loved her from day one. She was very special . I have not talked with her for several years but my love for her was there. She always treated my kids and me so nice and did not pay attention to crap. She will be missed but Heaven got themselves one fantastic angel. You go girl and I will see you again . Love, Brenda Moffitt Coneley

Candace Sandlin

September 13, 2020

Susan always made sure everything was in order down to the last detail. She had an Angels heart at every party or event I attended with her. She was that one person you could always count on even if it was just to rock the baby to sleep so you could rest. She will be missed and thought of often. May God bless the family and the Holy Spirit bring you comfort and 🙏 peace

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