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Eugene "Gene" Williams

eugene  williams

April 28, 1931 ~ May 12, 2022

Born in: Crosbyton, Texas
Resided in: Schertz, Texas

Eugene “Gene” Williams was born in Crosbyton, Texas on April 28, 1931, to his father, M.L. Williams, and mother, Mildred Frye, and passed away May 12, 2022, at the age of 91. Gene served overseas in the U.S Army during the Korean War. After completing his service, he married Donna Beth and they remained married for 50 years until her passing in 2007.

Gene was the youngest and last living child of his parents. His siblings were Grady, Eleanor, Adrian, and Billy Joe.

Gene and Donna lived primarily in Lubbock, Uvalde, Austin, and San Antonio, with some minor diversions to Oklahoma and Hereford. Gene worked as a banker for most of his career and later as a claims adjuster. As a banker, he loved getting to know his customers personally and always had stories to tell and advice to give. He also was a talented carpenter, remodeling and building his own houses. He usually had a project to work on during his spare time.

Gene is survived by his two sons, Bret (Cyndi) and Jed (Beverly) Williams; his grandsons Daniel, Nicholas, Matthew, David, Nathan, Wesley, and Thomas; and his great-granddaughters, Brylee, Brennan, and Heidi. He was “G-Pa” to all of them and their friends. He was devoted to his family, always dependable, and will be greatly missed.

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  1. I have such fond memories of Gene. I remember when he and my Dad built our home in New York. I remember how he made us laugh and his positive outlook on life. So many good memories. He will be missed.

  2. I dearly loved Uncle Gene. It was fun seeing him when he would visit my parents (Grady and Dorothy Williams) in CA. He always had interesting stories to tell. He was a wonderful man and will be dearly missed. May he Rest In Peace.

  3. Gene was a fine gentleman and friend. He worked for me as a flood insurance up till his retirement. He was such a nice and easy-going person. I miss you Gene. Peace to his family.

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