Christi hospital. She was 76.
Williams had been a secretary for Betty Turner Real Estate and a clerk at Michie’s Minis Storage. She will be remembered for also having worked at The Courtyard Condominiums for 12 years, the former owner of a fruit cup stand on Alister Street, and a waitress at Lil’ Joe’s Smoke-n- Barbecue under the ownership of Mark Admire.
An avid Bingo player, she also was known as the “neighborhood mom” when her children were growing up, and as “Nana” to her granddaughter Kelsey Cartwright and her friends.
She was born Dec. 3, 1935, to Geraldine D. Shenk and Worrell E. Keep in St. Paul, Minn.
In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband Jesse Wayne “WWW” Williams, and a brother, Bud Keep.
Sur vivors include her daughter, Janet (Gordon) Scott of Port Aransas; two sons, Randall Ghiselli of Flour Bluff and Ronnie (Kathy) Ghiselli of Tomball; four grandchildren, Kelsey Cartwright of Port Aransas and Austin, Drew Scott of New Braunfels, Samantha Scott of Rockport and Shawn Scott of Canyon Lake; four great-grandchildren, and a brother-in-law, Robert (Sharon) Williams of Lake McQueeney.
A celebration of her life was held Saturday, April 7, at the First Baptist Church fellowship hall.
Her ashes will be spread with her late husband’s in a private family celebration at a later date.
Memorials in her name may be made to a charity of choice.