Waymon Udon “Don” Williams, age 82, was reunited with his wife in Heaven on September 30, 2019. He was born in Morton, Texas, to parents, George “Wes” and Viola Williams, on September 12, 1937. He married Sandra “Sandy” Wofford on October 11, 1957. He is remembered as a devoted and loving husband, father, uncle and friend. He had multiple business experiences, including automotive repair, real estate sales, teaching automotive mechanics and business management. He and Sandy were proprietors of Sandy’s Furniture and Décor in Alvin, Texas, prior to their retirement. Aside from work, he was a talented musician, playing guitar for family and community gatherings. He loved to travel to Colorado to drive through the mountains, visit family and go hunting and fishing.  

He was preceded in death by his wife, Sandy Williams; parents, Wes and Viola Williams; brothers: Elijah Williams, Paul “Pete” Williams, Walter Williams, Wayne Williams and Elbert “Bert” Williams; sister, Wanda Key; and great-grandson, Logan Sanders.

Those left to cherish his memory are his children: Udonna Williams of New Braunfels, Texas, Suzanne and husband Douglas Lumpkins of Delta, Colorado, Brad Williams of Alvin, Texas, and Denna and husband Gary Dixon of Alvin, Texas; 18 grandchildren: Dusty, Landon, Ashley, Tyler, Adam, Twyla, Justin “Red,” Kris, Austin, Sara, Taylor, Tara, Garren, Wesdon, Nathan, Julia, Colin and Laura;  24 great-grandchildren; brother, George and wife Charlotte Williams of Lubbock, Texas; brother-in-law, Ed Wofford and wife Dorothy of Montrose, Colorado; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Arrangements under the direction of Froberg at Oak Park.

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