Lloyd Williams,

February 17, 1938October 2, 2020

Lloyd Williams Jr., 82 passed away peacefully at his home in Montevallo, Alabama October 2, 2020.

He was a graduate of Hanceville High School and the University of Alabama. He received an NDEA fellowship in geography at the University of Wisconsin and earned his master's degree from the University of Alabama in geography and history. More graduate work was pursued at the University of Oklahoma.

He was a retired geography teacher and fruit horticulturist. He spent years developing his fruit collection of apples, blueberries, peaches, persimmons, scuppernongs, plus other fruits, and vegetables and raised honeybees for a time. He loved to entertain with his “historic and geographic tidbits.”

He was a faithful husband to his wife Pauline of more than 56 years. He is survived by his daughter, Theressa Baumann; son-in-law, Kenneth Baumann; and two grandchildren: Austin Callahan and Addison Baumann.

Theressa’s fondest memories include the many road trips, vacations around the country with her dad, and their love for watching Alabama football together.

He was preceded in death by his parents: Ludie Elizabeth Bowman and Lloyd Williams Sr.; three sisters: Infant Williams’ twins, Sybil Williams, and half-sister, Pauline Bell.

We are grateful for the excellent care given and the compassion shown to Lloyd by the Five Points Hospice team during his final weeks.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday, October 7 at 1:00 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Alabaster, Alabama followed by a funeral service at 2:00 pm.

Graveside Service will occur at Montevallo City Cemetery in Montevallo, Alabama. Bishop Isaac Jones to officiate.

Pallbearers include Eddie Blake, Brent Kelly, Billy Mack Lee, and Ray Ozley

Memorial contributions may be made to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints: Humanitarian Aid or to the Shriners Hospital for Children.


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, October 7, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, October 7, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Wednesday, October 7, 2020


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Lisa Stephens

October 6, 2020

Uncle Lloyd was one of the most intelligent people I’ve ever known. Growing up, I thought he knew absolutely everything. As I grew older, I learned I was probably right. He was a scientist, a botanist, a geographer, a political analyst, an economist... a true scholar. He spoke other languages and referred to God’s creations by their scientific names. He had a gift; he could make things grow. We enjoyed many of the vegetables and fruits from Uncle Lloyd and Aunt Pauline’s vegetable garden and fruit orchard. Of course, we always looked forward to the season when the peaches became ripe. He grew several different varieties. His blueberries were so great that other family members now have blueberries growing at their homes that started off at his farm. His legacy lives on in what he taught, in what he grew, and in how he loved and cared for his family. I’ll miss you, Uncle Lloyd. Until then...

Ed Howard

October 6, 2020

Loyd was a good friend going back to high school. He advised me on how to grow a pomegranate tree in Florida which did great . And he helped me with stocks as I was setting up my grandkids trusts and they all did great .will miss chatting with him . Ed Howard

Misty Binkerd

October 5, 2020

As he sat in the foyer at church I would stop and sit with him. We would frequently talk about blue berries. He frequently offered to share. Sometimes we talked about business and even the stock market. He always had something wonderful to share with me. I appreciated his kindness and his smile.


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