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Marie Juliet Williams

marie williams

July 7, 1947 ~ March 5, 2022

Born in: San Antonio, Texas
Resided in: San Antonio, Texas

Marie Juliet Williams was born July 7, 1947 and has always believed that God gave her many blessings, giving her so many people that loved her as much as she loved them.

God graced us with the presence of Julie “Nana” Williams for almost ¾ of a decade and she gained her wings to heaven on Mar 5th, 2022.

During her time on this earth, she showed many outrageous acts of love, kindness and honesty that had no boundaries. She loved God, her loving husband and two boys (when they weren’t being little “poops”), happy hour and wine with friends, her granddaughters and throwing a good party.

Her zest for life always attracted new friends no matter where she went. She attended Edgewood High School and kept in touch with many of her friends for a lifetime. She worked in banking and gathered a few more friends to join along her life’s journey.

She is preceded in death by her husband, David J Williams, Jr., her father Lee Mena, mother, Bennie Perez Mena, and her younger brother George Mena.

She is survived by her loving son Christopher Andrew Williams who was with her until the end.

She is also survived by her son Greg “the doctor” Williams, his wife Roxanne and their children Ashley Nicole and Shelby Lynn who themselves added great grandchildren to the legacy.
She loved spending time with family and that included her cousins. She is survived by cousins Gracie Baldwin, Johnny Hernandez, Valde Perez, and Jaime Perez.

Lastly, she is survived by the extended family that picked her and called her Nana, her “adopted” daughter Ronda and “granddaughter” Reagan Caballero along with their extended family.

We all thought she could never pass & she never believed she would be here this long. She stayed for as long as she could and now her laugh and strong spirit will live on to continue to touch the people that knew and loved her the most.

A Committal Ceremony will be held at Ft Sam Cemetery on Wednesday, April 13th, 2022 at 10:15 am.  A Celebration of Life gathering will be held at Hearthstone Bakery immediately after the Committal Ceremony. A light brunch will be served as we gather to share the joys that Julie brought to our lives and the friendships she built to connect us all. Many loved ones will be following the brunch with Julie’s favorite Happy Hour, Saltgrass. All are welcome to join and enjoy provided appetizers. Cocktails and entrees available for purchase. We hope to see all of Julie’s many loved ones, friends, her teacher family, banking buddies and friends that became family to celebrate a wonderful life.


Graveside: April 13, 2022 10:15 am - 10:45 am

Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery
1520 Harry Wurzbach Rd.
San Antonio, TX United States


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  1. CandleImageJulie would love that she got younger when she decided to leave this world! She almost hit the big 75 going back to the days when she was nearly a quarter century old instead sounds just like she would want it. I love you Julie “Nana”!

  2. Juliet as I knew you at Stanford Elementary ❤️ A cheerful girl and a lovely friend in our high school years may God receive you in his Glory 💔🙏

  3. My dearest Julie. My best friend since 1st grade! Along with Ida Cuthberson, the 3 of us shared so many firsts. Always so much fun and so much laughter. Rest in peace with your husband, Mom, Dad, and brother, George. You’ll be my personal angel, now. I love you.

  4. CandleImageJulie, it is so hard to believe that you are no longer here on earth. We shared so many special times together that you were more of a sister to me than just a good friend. Say hi to Dave for me. You will never be forgotten. Love always, Denise

  5. CandleImageJulie, I always enjoyed working with you. You had such a fun and energetic personality. I can’t believe you left here so soon. Those who love you will miss you greatly. I am so glad I was able to call you my friend. Say hi to David for me. I will miss the two of you always and forever.
    Love you friend,
    Norma Jean

  6. Julie,
    I enjoyed working beside you. You had such a fun and energetic personality. Please say hi to David for me. I enjoyed talking to you both a lot. I am going to miss the two of you greatly.
    Love, Norma Jean

  7. CandleImageJulie Pooh, Amiga de mi alma,
    There are no words to express the loss of you in my heart. You brought so much joy and love to all of us privileged to have known you and to be part of your life for over 40 years. You always knew how much I loved you and that you were like a sister to me.

    Ingrid, Paul and Gabe loved you dearly and will miss you. Un día de estos te alcanzo my dearest friend.

    Forever and Con Safos

  8. We will miss nana. It was a privilege to spend time with you the week before you became on gods angel. Rest in peace

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