Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home

8805 NE 23rd Street, Oklahoma City, OK


Coy Ray Williams

February 1, 1944January 9, 2020

Coy Ray Williams was born February 1, 1944 in Savanna, Oklahoma, the son of Arthur and Vida (Dement) Williams. He passed from this life January 9, 2020 in Nicoma Park, at the age of 75 years. Coy was raised in McAlester, Oklahoma. He had lived in Nicoma Park since 1967. Coy was a roofer and enjoyed spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. He and Edda Trotter were united in marriage on November 26, 1962 in Savannah, Oklahoma and she preceded him in death on December 31, 2003. He was also preceded in death by his parents; and his siblings, Orville Williams, Coleman Williams, Archie Williams, Arthur Williams, Donald Williams, Vera Roberson and Dale Williams. Coy is survived by his daughters and sons-in-law, Jean (Philip) Hammond of Hanford, California, Shelly (Keith) Rowe of Midwest City and Ranae (Jeff) Vacca of Kempner, Texas; grandchildren, Briana Hughes, Makenzie Beauchane, Kodi Green and Ravyn Depew; sister, Delca Williamson of Guthrie and a host of other family members and friends. Graveside services will be held Monday, January 13, 2020 at 2:00 pm at the Jones IOOF Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial donations be made to: Oklahoma Hospice Care 8241 S Walker Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73139


  • Graveside Service Monday, January 13, 2020


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Darrol Williamson

January 11, 2020

I remember uncle Coy and uncle Arthur had this copper tubing with a flange on one end that kinda looked like a French Horn, they told me it was clogged and that I looked like I had strong lungs and asked if I could unclog it by blowing it out. Well if I had been thinking clearly I would have remembered who was asking but I grabbed it and blew with every ounce of breath I had, and got a face full of baby powder for my efforts. They thought me how to laugh at myself and not take life to seriously. I will forever love and admire both of them for being such a strong influence in my life seconded only by my father.

Kim Williams

January 11, 2020

Uncle Coy was one of the best. I can remember him and Uncle Donald giving me the nickname Harvey. That nickname stuck with me for a long time, lol. I told them one day it wasn’t Harvey, I started school and it was Kim. From drinking coffee, working on cars, and our families spending endless lake summers together will always be some of my greatest memories. He was a amazing man, dearly loved and will be greatly missed.

Deborah Smith

January 10, 2020

Oh Man, there is so much I could say about this Man. He was one of my favorite Uncle’s
“I Love You Uncle Coy.”
Go Fly High...Uncle Arthur and Daddy are waiting on you!! The Williams Brother!!


January 10, 2020

Uncle Coy is the greatest Uncle ever, Loved to visit him and listen to all his childhood stories and tell me jokes. He was very quite man, but once he started telling jokes he would keep me laughing. Remember the times I would go and sew for him and we would set out on the porch and drink coffee and talk for hours. I always stayed with him and Aunt Edda when I was a child and loved the time I had with both of them. They are two very special people in my life. I will treasure the time we had together and never forget them.
The memories they gave me growing up I will never forget.
Love them very much.

Mat Jones

January 9, 2020

It was an honor and pleasure meeting your father. Find comfort in knowing he is at rest with the Lord. I'll be praying for you.

Mat Jones
Oklahoma Palliative and Hospice Care