Name: Mrs. Barbara Jean Williams

Date: October 16, 1936 - January 29, 2021

Biography

City of birth: Boley, OK

Mother: Edrene McDonald

Father: John Oscar Barron

Spouse: Lonnie K. Williams Sr.

Daughters: Sharon L. Sibley, Pamela R. Williams

Sons: Timothy W. Williams, Lonnie K. WIlliams Jr. (Deceased)

Sisters: Annette Holmes, Juanita Hill, Linda James

Brothers: Hershel Phillips (Deceased), Harold McDonald, Charles McDonald

Occupation: Nurse Aide Healthcare Industry

Visitations: 11am-7pm Sunday February 7, 2021

Cemetery: Hillcrest Memory Gardens, 12825 N.E. 50th St., Spencer, OK 73084

Services: Earl M. Temple Memorial Chapel, 2801 N. Kelley Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73111

Services date and time: 11am Monday February 8, 2021



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(2021-01-29 10:30am) Linda McClarty wrote:
God knows your heartache and shares your grief.

(2021-01-30 6:07pm) Mary Gray wrote:
You are in my prayers.

(2021-01-31 8:22pm) Kennyatta Williams wrote:
My deepest sympathy.

(2021-02-01 5:20am) Jessie Scott wrote:
Sending condolences and sympathy to you and your family at this time, knowing that God is your strength and He will give you that Peace that Surpasses all Understanding. Praying your strength in the Lord and know that you are loved.

(2021-02-01 11:47am) Eva M. Fair wrote:
God bless you and your family richly.

(2021-02-01 3:11pm) Pastor Terry & Regina Gafford wrote:
Sharon please know that we are praying that God will strengthen you and your family during this time of bereavement. Remember God knows your pain and is able to encourage you

(2021-02-01 5:32pm) Laurie Coleman wrote:
God knows your heartache and shares your grief.

(2021-02-01 6:37pm) Dwayne & Vatenyca Gaines wrote:
Tim, we extend our condolences to you and your family.

(2021-02-01 7:12pm) Pastor Terry & Regina Gafford wrote:
Sharon please know that we are praying that God will strengthen you and your family during this time of bereavement. Remember God knows your pain and is able to encourage you

(2021-02-02 1:38am) Amber McDonald wrote:
I'm really going to miss my Aunt. I have so many memories getting to spending the night with Pam when I was little girl. Those were some of my happiest moments as a child..I have peace in knowing she is receiving her rewards...I pray for peace for her children and grandchildren during this time and the rest of our family🙏🏿💕

(2021-02-02 7:22am) Nia Anderson wrote:
In your moments of deepest sadness look to God for all the answers. My deepest condolences to you and your family through this tough time.

(2021-02-02 11:56am) Courtney Gay wrote:
Ecclesiastes 3:1-4 There is a time for everything, ans a season for every activity under the heavens: a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot, a time to kill and a time to heal, a time to tear down and a time to build, a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance, This may be your time of mourning and death in the family, but the God of promises, truth, and grace says we'll see our loved ones again and that this is only goodbye for now.

(2021-02-02 2:29pm) Mary Lucas wrote:
You are in my prayers.

(2021-02-02 3:04pm) CARLA AND MELVIN SANDERS wrote:
May you feel his loving presence. Carrying you all every step of the way. Mom's in great hands now and so are you. Sending Love and Prayers. The Sanders Family

(2021-02-03 8:43am) HazeL Dorsey wrote:
God knows your heartache and shares your grief .And we feel your pain and we Love you and will keep you in our prayers.

(2021-02-03 12:55pm) Ruby Beaird wrote:
God knows your heartache and shares your grief.

(2021-02-04 10:58am) Rita Donald & Mark Clytus wrote:
To the family of Barbara in your moments of deepest grief and sadness, think on these things: she was an array of sunbeam light ; she was loving, kind to all (an outstanding nurse). Showing how pleasant and one can be iregardless of health challenges. She would often say with Rita God help me to keep my heart from sin;—always reflecting God’s goodness, and always shining for HIM. Barbara’ was an avid reader. Her sunlight was expressed to others every moment chatting about local activities, state news national affairs and a number 1 sports enthusiast. She was the sunbeam for ALL. Barbara, “the THINKER” She delved into crossword puzzle books and solved the most intricate statements to list the words. She served her Savior every day with scripture, with prayer and gratitude to her family for every deed they provided along the journey. My sons said mom Mrs Williams has a the depth of FAITH and GRACE like a Queen. Therefore, may God comfort, pour out blessings to each family member, her friends, the more than 40 years longtime, dependable caregiver; and her Sunbeam assistance.

(2021-02-04 1:02pm) Cassandra Heru wrote:
May God comfort you today. You and your family are in my prayers.

(2021-02-04 3:23pm) Lisa Miller wrote:
My deepest sympathy.

(2021-02-05 8:33am) Ben & Stephanie wrote:
May you feel God's loving presence. Ben and I are here for you ANYTIME!! Praying for you and your family! Love you.

(2021-02-05 9:49am) Margery Felton-Cross wrote:
Praying for renewed hope.

(2021-02-08 4:13am) Kathy Coppinger wrote:
My condolences for you and your family. You are in my prayers.