Loretta Williams

Obituary of Loretta Faye Williams

Loretta Faye Williams, born to James and Ollie Rash on January 29, 1929, in San Bernardino, California. Raised in Redlands and graduating from Redlands High School. She worked for Bank of America after graduation. She married Robert "Bob" Williams in 1946. They moved to Parker, Arizona, before 1960. She was employed by Com Tel Company later to become Verizon. In Parker, she served on the Parker Hospital Board, Parker Chamber of Commerce, Soroptimist Intl. and B.P.O.E. Does. Retired in 1984, they moved to Havasu City and built a home. She became a volunteer of Hospice of Havasu. Preceded in death by parents, Jim and Ollie Rash, her husband of 66 years, Bob Williams, grandchildren, Hannah Williams and Zechariah Williams, brothers, Lloyd and James Rash, sisters, Sue Olnena and Cleta Nelson, niece, Tammara Bommer, nephews, Mike Toole, Marshall Toole, and Greg Harwood. She loved her family and friends she leaves. Sons Timothy married to Valli Williams and David Rash. Sisters Lou married to Bill Reid and Irene King. Granddaughters Bethany married to Troy Matthews, Rebekah Williams, and Abigail Williams. Grandsons Isaiah Williams, and Timothy Williams. Step-grandchildren Desire', David married to Karen and Krystyl. Step-great-grandchildren Andreas, Damien, Angelia, Dylan, Dominique, Arianna, Nathan. Great-granddaughter Emery Rose. Her many nieces and nephews, she loved them all. Best friends Lu Miller, Vicki Hart, Julie Hackman, Helen Powell, Sherrie Oppie, Debbie, and Tom Wenn and all of her lunch brunch. Her motto in life was give help and love to those in need. Arrangements were placed into the care of Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home.
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