Jean Williams

Born: Thu., Jul. 10, 1930
Died: Tue., Jun. 25, 2019

Graveside Service

2:00 PM Fri., Jun. 28, 2019
Location: Union City Cemetery

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Jean Williams, 88, of Union City, Ohio passed away Tuesday June 25, 2019 at Wayne Hospital State of the Heart Unit. She was born July 10, 1930 in Union City, Indiana daughter of the late Eugene & Mary (Maloy) Bannon. Jean was a member of the Eagles Auxiliary, American Legion, enjoyed playing bingo, piano, and her harmonica.
She is survived by her children, Patricia Johns-U.C., Ohio, Michael Williams-U.C., Ohio, Jerold Williams-Winchester, Indiana, Teresa (Jose) Lainez-Ft. Pierce, FL, Kristy (Nathan Butt) Williams; grandchildren, Shawn (Becky) Johns, Stephanie (Steve) Tompkins, Stacy Armando Velasco, Elena (Changel) Chicas, Leticia Colchado, Patricia (Luis) Rivera, Alicia (Jose) Villegas, Jose (Yecica) Colchado, Eric Arthur, Michael Williams, Derek Williams, Jerold Williams, Elijah Williams; several great grandchildren; and a sister, Maxine Resor.  
  Preceded by her parents; husband, Stanley Williams; twin sister, June Charles; and a brother, Bud Williams.
Graveside services only Friday June 28, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. in the Union City Cemetery. There are no public calling hours.
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Alicia Villegas
   Posted Wed June 26, 2019
May you find peace knowing Grandma Jean is in a better place. Love & Peace for the whole family
-Villegas Family

Paula VanHook
   Posted Wed June 26, 2019
So sorry for your loss.Sending prayers to you and your family.May God Bless. From Paula and Joyce White,

Comprehensive Health Network
   Posted Thu June 27, 2019
Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Jean Williams. You are in our thoughts.

   Posted Fri June 28, 2019
Dear Patty and Family,

May you all find peace in knowing that she is in a better place. Scott and my deepest condolences.

   Posted Fri June 28, 2019
I am very sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you in this difficult time. One encouraging thought you might find comforting is found at John 5:28, 29. “The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” God gives us this beautiful hope that he will soon resurrect our dead loved ones and we can see them again on a paradise earth! I hope this promise brings you comfort as it does me.

Elena Chicas
   Posted Fri June 28, 2019
This isn't the end, it's just the beginning grandma. No more suffering, no more pain. May your spirit live on in all of us and may the memories of you never fade. I love you

Ronnie Lambdin
   Posted Sat June 29, 2019
So sorry for your loss , She will be missed.

Jane Barr Torres
   Posted Sat June 29, 2019
"Jean Bannon" was my first babysitter and I loved her. She was probably still a teenager at that time. She also watched me while mom was doing her "he's on a business trip so I'll paint the living room" [or whatever major project she undertook while dad was gone]. Jean and mom were always scheming on getting some project done. I loved to go to Jean's apartment. She had a little blond sister Maxine who was a lot of fun but best of all Jean had another sister who looked just like her! I had never seen twins before. Jean went with us on our get-a-ways to northern Indiana. If we took my elderly grandma and great-aunt too, mom and dad tended to them while Jean and I went to the lake or the playground or playing in the woods. We had so much fun and I just loved Jean! As an adult, whenever we would run into one another, we were always so happy to see each other. May God Bless Jean and all of her family. She was a wonderful and beautiful person.

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