Betty  Williams
Betty Williams, 90, of Washington, went to be with her Lord Saturday afternoon, Sept. 28, 2019, on her way home from a family party celebrating 1-year-old great-granddaughter Jayla Delph.
She was born August 15, 1929, in Milltown, Indiana, to the late Cecil and Mabel Nix. Betty was a lifelong member of the Methodist Church. She was retired from being a registered nurse and had served in several hospitals around the country as she went to the location where her husband served in the Army, and finally here in Washington. She married Jack Williams on Oct. 21, 1950. She was so proud of her family of two daughters and two sons, and of their families who each consisted of a son and a daughter. Then those grandchildren had blessed her with seven great-grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Cecil and Mabel Nix; her brother, Jack Nix. Betty is survived by her loving husband, Jack Williams; children Beth Eskew, Jill (Kevin) Lawrence, Jay (Shelly) Williams, all of Washington, Ted (Jill) Williams of Linton; grandchildren Carrie (David) Alford, Derek (Lendi) Eskew, Jaclyn (Damion) Delph, Travis Williams, all of Washington, Kaitlin (Hayden) Flath, Kendall (Chloe) Williams, both of Linton, Sara (Justin) Graves of Mitchell, Scott (Brittany) McDonald of Nashville, Tennessee; great-grandchildren Trevin and Taylin Alford, Breah and Brayden Eskew, Easton and Jayla Delph, Bre and Macy Graves and Kyzer Williams.
A private memorial service will be held Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019, at Sugarland Memory Gardens.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Christ United Methodist Church. Arrangements entrusted to Gill Funeral Home. www.gillsince1872.com.
Published on October 3, 2019

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David and Pat Harris
Oct 04, 2019
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Betty was a very special friend. Spent many hours with her in both Texas and Indiana. She will always be remembered as our special friend.